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  • Ssd for config files.

    macom - - My NAS Build

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    Quote from Shinobi: “ou can partition it and install OMV on one partition and use the other as a sharedfolder (appdata) ” I have it that way as well. Installed OMV on the SSD. Shrinked the filesystem and created an additional filesystem at the end. One of the pit falls is: if you have a SWAP, you need to move SWAP to the left before creating the new filesystem at the end.

  • hd-idle still with UUID use?

    macom - - General

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    Yes, try. Should work. If not, use sdx. If you have an SSD or USB pen-drive as OS drive you can also just set a general spin down value. hd-idle -i 3600 in /etc/default/hd-idle to sping down all (spinning) drives after 30min

  • hd-idle still with UUID use?

    macom - - General

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    dev-disk-by-label-xxxx Which hardware are you using? x86, amd64 or ARM

  • Quote from wowter: “nothing in processes really stands out (to me) ” You can try with htop from the CLI. After starting the program you can use F6 to sort by column. CPU% or TIME might be interesting. CPU% shows you the current CPU usage per process, whereas TIME shows you the processor time the process has used. So even if the process in question does not show up with high CPU% right now it might have a high TIME value. deonsworld.co.za/2012/12/20/un…monitor-system-resources/

  • Site Hosting Best Practices

    macom - - General

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    I found this guide quite helpful in addition to the videos from TDL blog.linuxserver.io/2019/04/25…domainreverseproxyexample

  • You created the user1 in the GUI of OMV, right? Then he should be member of the users group. Can you post the output of: ls -l /sharedfolders/AppData/Nextcloud ls -l /sharedfolders/Nextcloud

  • You need to find out what is filling your drive. Start with du -xhd1 / this will show you the size of each directory without descending to other filesystems (i.e. without descending to your data drives). Based on the result you might have to dig deeper in the directory which is using the most space. Usually it is either a PLEX database growing too large, issues with docker or a rsnyc job to a drive which is not mounted. Then the data are stored on the OS drive instead of the target data drive.

  • Can't access web gui

    macom - - Network

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    Mhm, either use google or wait until some docker specialists join.

  • locked users root

    macom - - General

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    I hope you solved it !!!

  • locked users root

    macom - - General

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    @peekaa Have you found something?

  • Can't access web gui

    macom - - Network

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    Usually it is either a PLEX database growing too large or a rsnyc job to a drive which is not mounted. Then the data are stored on the OS drive instead of the target data drive.

  • Can't access web gui

    macom - - Network

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    Then you need to find out what is filling your drive. Start with du -xhd1 / this will show you the size of each directory without descending to other filesystems (i.e. without descending to your data drives). Based on the result you might have to dig deeper in the directory which is using the most space.

  • Quote from aldrick: “I've seen on the forum that AMD motherboards have Realtech NIC's wich brings issues sometimes ” Not sure if this is enough to banish Realtech NICs. But up to you, of course. Quote from aldrick: “Raid 1 is in case one HDD has problem. ” Most people here would prefer to use the drives individually and sync the data with rsync. Or use rsnapshot to create snypshots of the primary drive on the secondary (backup) drive. In the forum you will find many cases where users had issues …

  • Quote from savellm: “EDIT2: I changed: /dev/disk/by-label/jailhouse /srv/dev-disk-by-label-jailhouse ext4 defaults,nofail,user_xattr,noexec,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0,discard,acl 0 2 to: /dev/disk/by-label/jailhouse /srv/dev-disk-by-label-jailhouse ext4 defaults,nofail,user_xattr,exec,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0,discard,acl 0 2 ” If you edited fstab, this change will not be persistent. Have a look here Installation and Setup Videos - Beg…

  • Quote from goliath: “So I have to create a new container from scratch. ” But most likely you can use the /config from the previous version. So you have to setup the container, but you don't have to do the configuration of the service/application again.

  • Quote from Shienor: “Bin gerade am überlegen ob ich die OMV 5 ausprobieren soll. Macht das in dem frühen Stadium Sinn? ” Auprobieren kann man immer. Ich würde es aber noch nicht produktiv einsetzen. Es fehlen auch noch die plugins von omv-extras.

  • Welcome to OMV. Quote from aldrick: “I've seen that OMV has some issues with AMD motherboards ” Where have you seen that? I don't think there are specific issues with AMD. Quote from aldrick: “- 2x4To (RAID 1) or 4x3To (RAID 6) ” Why do you want RAID?

  • Does the container show up as running in the GUI? Have you tried "http://myomvip:4780/install.php"? Have you checked the logs of that container? What are owner:group and permissions of the bind mounts?

  • Quote from Rickown: “Now I get the following error message during the installation of Nextcloud: 504 Gateway Time-out ” I assume you removed some information from the compose file for MariaDB (credentials). Do you see the nextcloud starting page or do you get the error when you try to reach the page the first time? Have you tried both, http and https? What are owner:group and rights for these folders? /sharedfolders/AppData/Nextcloud /sharedfolders/Nextcloud

  • ETA for OMV 5.0 - weeks, months, quarters, 2020?