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  • Just in case anybody else is thinking of using my proposed .automount unit file mentioned in a previous post, please note that while it does work it also has two unfortunate side-effects: 1) The 'mountpoint' command which was pointed out to me by votdev no longer seems to work - it reports that /sharedfolders/backup is a mountpoint even when the disk is disconnected. 2) If you try to access the shared folder (by using rsync for example) then it hangs for 90 seconds before returning a "no such de…

  • Hi Volker, Thanks for the reply. I have been looking into this problem a little already. The issue is that as well as the systemd mount unit you also need a systemd automount unit which should contain something like the following: Source Code (10 lines)I have tried this out and it seems to work for me. You need to autogenerate the automount unit file at the same time as you generate the mount unit file. The mount service can then be disabled - the automount service handles it all I hope that hel…

  • Quote from votdev: “and everything should work as expected ” Perhaps I'm missing something here - but it really doesn't work as I expected. Please take a look at the following : Source Code (73 lines)Initially I look at my backup folder which is a shared folder created in OMV. In line 12 it is mounted on /dev/sda1 and line 15 confirms it is a mountpoint I then unplug the disk and repeat - as expected the shared folder is now mounted on / and /sharedfolders/backup is no longer a mountpoint I then…

  • Quote from votdev: “A feature that is not implemented ” Nice one....! Would be a nice feature wouldn't it..???..... Thanks for the reply - mountpoint is just what I need. Is it really necessary to delete and then recreate the share to get the mount point corrected - that is quite a hassle if there are lots of references to it? N

  • I have a Shared Folder called "backup" on device "disk1" which is mounted on /dev/sda1 - all configured using the OMV GUI. The command df shows the following as expected: Source Code (3 lines)If for some reason "disk1" goes offline then it shows as "Missing" in the GUI and df now shows Source Code (3 lines) So now /sharedfolders/backups is mounted on /. However if I look at the share in the GUI it still shows the share as being on /dev/disk/by-label/disk1 - nothing has changed there! As a result…

  • [Sensors] OMV-Sensors in OMV 4.1.x

    namirda - - Plugins

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “Nope. I have lm-sensors installed but I just let the system manage the fan. ” Sorry to keep coming back on this one! OMV4 is running fine on my TS-451 except that the fan runs all the time where it never used to do so using qnap software. I have installed lm-sensors and fancontrol but I am concluding from "sensors-detect" and "pwmconfig" that there are no pwm-capable sensor modules installed. Does that sound right to you? What does the output of "sensors" look like on you…

  • Quote from tkaiser: “If you want to discard these messasges simply add a file below /etc/rsyslog.d/ (see in the already existing ones for example syntax) ” Thanks - that hides the problem at least! These messages look as if they are highlighting an incompatibility in the image.Is it true that rpi and armhf images should always run on the rock64 or is it more complicated that that?

  • I have been using 0.6.28 for the last week or so - all very stable. The only issue I have is that syslog is being spammed hard with thousands of messages like : Source Code (10 lines)The errors are coming from a number of different docker containers running armhf images - the containers run as expected but the log file is suffering! What is this about? Is this something that will disappear when a release version of OMV is available? If not can anybody help point me towards a solution - I have no…

  • [Sensors] OMV-Sensors in OMV 4.1.x

    namirda - - Plugins

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “It probably still works on systems that have upgraded from 3.x to 4.x because omv-mkgraph is still around. I guess the plugin needs more changes for OMV 4.x. While I use lm-sensors, I don't use the graphs in OMV and none of my test OMV boxes are physical. ” I understood from a post some time ago that you are running OMV4 on your QNAP TS451. Do you use lm-sensors to manage fan control on that box? How exactly? If not then how is it done? Thanks

  • Quote from tkaiser: “Or you use 0.6.28 / OMV 4 and don't do any updates until you see a 0.6 release version appearing at the above URL. ” Thanks - I was using the url at the beginning of this thread and didn't realise there were other releases elsewhere. 0.6.28 now up and running. Thanks for your help N

  • Quote from tkaiser: “OMV images can be found here: github.com/ayufan-rock64/linux-build/releases I would prefer the armhf variant (32-bit userland) since it has a lower memory footprint and it's easier to run Plex media server with it. Background info: ayufan and I worked close together to integrate all the improvements for ARM boards and the images are fully supported (kernel updates as deb packages so all you need to do is to 'apt upgrade' from time to time to keep all components of the image …

  • Web-based file explorer

    namirda - - Plugins

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    Hi Paul - Sorry - can't help you there. It would mean building your own filerun docker image including ssl and I have no idea how to do that! SSL must be quite a common requirement though - you might try asking on the filerun site... N

  • Custom notifications

    namirda - - General

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    This works perfectly to add pushbullet or some other notification method to OMV. However, I would like to suppress the emails and only send the pushbullet - how can I stop the emails being sent? I could change the transport parameters in /etc/postfix but won't those changes be overwritten by OMV? What's the best way of doing this in OMV4 ?

  • mergerfs questions

    namirda - - Plugins

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    Indeed, I can always recreate the symlink and/or share the union12 folder directly but it seems kind of messy. Maybe that's just how it is? I had expected all files in the union12 share to show up in the disk1 share AS WELL - but it doesn't seem to work that way N

  • mergerfs questions

    namirda - - Plugins

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    I have a new and much simpler question about mergerfs which I hope somebody can put me straight on... I think I must be missing something somewhere. Let's say I use the mergerfs plugin to create a file system called union12 combining two devices with labels disk1 and disk2. I then create a shared folder from union12, share it with samba and copy a few files into it. These files now show up in /sharedfolders/union12 and also /srv/dev-disk-by-label-disk1/union12 So union12 is being treated as a sh…

  • Web-based file explorer

    namirda - - Plugins

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    Quote from macom: “Quote from namirda: “it looks like the perfect web-based file manager to me ” How about writing a small [how-to]? ” OK.... 1) As well as the Docker plugin you will need docker-compose because two images are required. Install latest version like this Source Code (2 lines) Modify the above curl command to make sure you get the latest version. 2) Check the docker-compose installation Source Code (2 lines) 3) Pull the filerun image Source Code (1 line) 4) Create a file docker-comp…

  • Web-based file explorer

    namirda - - Plugins

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    Have you tried afian/fileRun - it looks like the perfect web-based file manager to me. WINSCP, Samba, webdav etc just don't cut it when the files get large! I have installed filerun in Docker in OMV4 and it runs perfectly - quick too. And it's free for up to 3 users. Anybody else tried it? n

  • RemoteMount Problems

    namirda - - Plugins

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    I am having some trouble using the Remotemount plugin to mount my smb shares. I hope somebody can help ... After successfully completing the add dialog, I get the standard "Please wait... Applying configuration changes" but it never finishes. Seems to be looping somewhere. While waiting for the GUI to complete, I took a look at fstab from a terminal and it now contains Source Code (10 lines) which looks about right to me - Remotemount has indeed added a line for the share Valgraph on 192.168.1.7…

  • QNAP TS-459+/Pro with OMV

    namirda - - My NAS Build

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    @ryecoaaron A couple more questions please about OMV on TS-451 series.. 1) Do the front panel indicator lights works as normal with OMV - and does the quick copy button still work? 2) Have you seen the new(ish) TS-451A with the quick access front USB port? I presume that non standard hardware like that is not currently supported with OMV? Do you know how it works? thanks n

  • QNAP TS-459+/Pro with OMV

    namirda - - My NAS Build

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    Good answer - thanks. Didn't realise you were the developer - great job!! n