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  • Best guide to use Active Directory

    donh - - CIFS/SMB

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    I wrote a script for windows in this thread. forum.openmediavault.org/index…Directory-LDAP-Revisited/ Read it first. Then try it in a vm.

  • You can install proxmox on a minimal debian install. That way you can set the disks up the way you like. I think setting up omv in an lxd container would work but I wouldn't do it that way. If you try and it works fine let us know. I use zfs mirrors for important data. Remember mirrors are not backups.

  • I run omv as a vm in proxmox. I don't use docker containers and only a few plugins. The omv uses very little system resources. It makes it easy to snapshot omv before an update and roll back if there is a problem. OMV makes sharing disks easy and proxmox makes it easy to increase the size of the virtual disks if needed or move them to a new disk. Try it you will like it. as for docker again I don't use that but proxmox does do lxd containers natively. They work fine.

  • NTP Server for OMV

    donh - - General

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    You should be able to add a time server option to your dhcp server. google.com/search?client=firef…q=dhcp+option+time+server Quote from R2D2: “Questions: Am I forced to activate smb for this? Looks like.. Is this time server option (in smb) a generic ntp server? (Important because there is not one windows client but many others) Where does it get the time from? From upstream ntp? From rtc? ” Create a feature request here. github.com/openmediavault/open…?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aclosed It would make mor…

  • Make your life easier, run OMV as a vm in proxmox.

  • Samba Authenticate via LDAP (using SSSD)

    donh - - CIFS/SMB

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    I am not sure if it requires kerberos or not. I have only done this on windows. There are other threads using realmd that you could look at too. google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=sssd+openldap

  • Samba Authenticate via LDAP (using SSSD)

    donh - - CIFS/SMB

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    Here is how I do it for windows. I don't know if it will work for openldap. You might be able to get some ideas. Test in a vm. There are other posts too. forum.openmediavault.org/index…Directory-LDAP-Revisited/ "P.s. I'm happy to share how I got any of the above working bits to work should anyone be interested." I am sure others will be interested in this. Thanks

  • With no details how you connected to ad or what version server, it is hard to guess what may help.

  • Did you try a reboot?

  • Quote from votdev: “Are you on 4.1.22? The mentioned error should be fixed since many versions. ” Maybe there is a way to show the OMV version in the error down the road?

  • I don't pass threw disks to proxmox so I can't speak to performance. I manage the disks in proxmox because it gives more options. It's easy to increase the size and zfs is far more stable in proxmox if you want to use that. I am sure there are other advantages too.

  • Why thakes it so much time for reboot?

    donh - - General

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    Try this on the cli. systemd-analyze blame 47.264s networking.service 2.818s sssd.service 2.024s dev-sda1.device 1.588s apt-daily.service 1.530s php7.0-fpm.service 1.331s openmediavault-engined.service 1.293s apt-daily-upgrade.service 1.268s nginx.service 1.069s openmediavault-issue.service 898ms smbd.service 895ms collectd.service 794ms keyboard-setup.service 755ms xinetd.service 724ms ssh.service 694ms systemd-user-sessions.service 679ms quota.service 634ms snmpd.service 574ms rrdcached.servic…

  • Why thakes it so much time for reboot?

    donh - - General

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    What version of OMV?

  • Dumb question. Is OMV time synced the 2008 server?

  • OS disk out of space - what to do?

    donh - - General

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    How many older kernels are on your system? dpkg -l | grep linux-image | grep ii If you see more than two you can remove those and save 30M+ each. Most debian systems remove older kernels keeping the latest two or three. apt-get autoremove Unfortunately OMV does not do this. You have remove them yourself. I had a feature request to have OMV do this but but it was closed. github.com/openmediavault/openmediavault/issues/299 Anyway if you are using more than 8GB you have something wrong as KM0201 sa…

  • And FYI most releases have waited for the x.1 debian version. It is called stability. Testing is at your own risk. If you do not have the skills or want to learn them, wait. That said there are people here who will try to help you.

  • Still a little confused but if the only one not working is the 2008 server try mapping a network drive. You can enter a different user and password that way.

  • Can you continue? If so use a live cd to install grub.

  • I doubt it supports uefi yet, may in the future. I installed the .iso and it went fine on proxmox. How are you installing" openmediavault.org/?p=2554

  • Or boot a live cd of your choice and get the ip. Then reboot and try that ip again. It will probably get the same ip because dhcp will probably give it that based on the mac address. Worst case install debian minimal and install OMV on top of that.