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  • Docker is like a virtual environment of sorts. It can appear to be a bit unwieldy at first, but there are guides available here on the OMV forum site that will show you the way. I use to have quite a few programs running on my OMV that were either done via OMV plugins where available or separate manual installs. I replaced as many of those as possible with dockers, a dozen of them so far. It's the way to go.

  • If you are using the OMV Plex plugin, it communicates with the Plex.tv repository. However, Plex Pass versions are not available via that repository. Only the public releases are available that way. You have some options though. 1) Manually download and manually install the Plex Pass versions, or 2) Use an update script that does the checking, downloading, and installing for you - See: github.com/mrworf/plexupdate , or 3) Instead of using the OMV Plex plugin, switch to running Plex in a docker. …

  • Thanks, I'll update the Guide.

  • I do not know what or where OMV does with the changed value. The only other suggestion I have is to reboot. OMV 3.x is no longer supported, so it's possible that something was changed that made the fix I suggested non-working, and no longer using OMV 3 myself I would not have noticed.

  • Sftp nat error?

    gderf - - SSH

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    If the services are connectable from the LAN but not from the outside WAN, then your router is not properly configured.

  • And the syslog entries still say: space usage>85.0% ? If so, your edit did not take or the configuration didn't update. Check the file you edited again and verify the change did take.

  • Sftp nat error?

    gderf - - SSH

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    Have you tried this test? canyouseeme.org/

  • What value did you set in OMV_MONIT_SERVICE_FILESYSTEM_SPACEUSAGE= ?

  • install Intel 9560 WiFi driver

    gderf - - Network

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    Have you been here yet: intel.com/content/www/us/en/su…/wireless-networking.html

  • Generally speaking, only an update to the kernel would require a reboot. I don't know why you are not getting update notifications. Mine is also broken and I have not seen any update notifications in years.

  • The boards being sold lately have revised silicon; so that bug is a non-issue for those buying new hardware. I asked ASRock support about this when I first read of it years ago, and I was told that they were extending warranty to anyone impacted by the bug whose board failed because of it. If and when I need to test that promise, I'll find out if it's good or not. Knowing what I know I would still buy this board again without hesitation.

  • Disk Usage empty

    gderf - - General

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    I already have the netdata docker installed.

  • Disk Usage empty

    gderf - - General

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    Quote from hoppel118: “Quote from gderf: “It's Disk I/O that no longer works with kernel 4.19. ” I can’t see „Disk I/O“ graphs. Are they disabled because of the issue? ” No, they are not disabled and are still visible. It's just that collectd no longer provides any data to the graphs so they appear empty. I do not remember how I got Disk I/O graphs added into Performance Statistics, but IIRC it was something extra I had to install.

  • Disk Usage empty

    gderf - - General

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    My bad, I misread the OP. Disk usage works here. It's Disk I/O that no longer works with kernel 4.19.

  • Disk Usage empty

    gderf - - General

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    Not working here on either 4.19 kernel. Linux omv 4.19.0-0.bpo.1-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.19.12-1~bpo9+1 (2018-12-30) x86_64 GNU/Linux Linux omv 4.19.0-0.bpo.2-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.19.16-1~bpo9+1 (2019-02-07) x86_64 GNU/Linux Last activity on my graphs is from third week of January.

  • Disk Usage empty

    gderf - - General

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    There is a problem with collectd and kernel 4.19. The empty graphs are the result. This will require an upstream change to collectd. If you are using kernel 4.19, then either downgrade to 4.18 (or boot to 4.18) or wait for the collectd maintainers to come up with a fix and release an updated package.

  • Support network cards

    gderf - - Network

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    Quote from BJohnD: “I just want to be sure I buy a card that will work (there are a lot around with the same Realtek chip). ” In a word: Intel.

  • Silverstone DS380 has eight hot swappable drive bays, either 3.5 or 2.5in. Internally there is room for four more 2.5in drives. The ASRock Rack C2550D4I I use has 12 SATA ports on board. After almost four years with it all eight bays are full and I have begun swapping in larger drives for existing smaller drives. Currently I am using 12TB drives to replace the smaller 3TB ones I started with. Current drive complement is 2x 12TB, 2x 8TB, 1x 4TB, 3x 3TB. I grow by about 1TB/month and it will be ab…

  • Yes, the NAS is in the safe. The only connections to it are power and ethernet.

  • I would stick to RAM that is on the ASRock qualified RAM list for the board unless you have a very good reason not to and you run it past ASRock support first. I have a 450W power supply in it and it is fully loaded with eight hard drives. Pretty sure you could go with less, say 300W. I run it headless and it is stored in my gun safe.