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  • SNAPRAID takes the best feature from RAID5 (the ability to recreate a failed disk) and adds a lot of highly desirable features to include protection from bit-rot, file and folder restoration, and others.

  • User can only access one share

    crashtest - - AFP

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    And yet, I'm guessing the user who originated this thread has the same problem - that your "advice" broadcast solved nothing. Forum support is not; "this is the way it is" and, essentially, "deal with it". That's not why users post here. A solution to an odd issue may be needed. Usually that requires a dialog, not a broadcast. Good grief, the OCD is an overpowering force, uh? New users and actually getting a result in a thread becomes meaningless, because you simply can't help yourself, can you?…

  • Can't install OMV on NanoPi M4

    crashtest - - General

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    @tkaiser - address the user, not me. Because, as you know, I know you for what you are and, frankly, it's sad. And despite this foolish air of "all knowing, all seeing", you know nothing of what's actually going here until the user responds. You're "ass"uming, with new users, which you seem to do most of the time. The power cable used could be 3 meters long. Also, the user clearly stated that it was working, it failed, and a reinstall didn't work. Hence, the user noted HDMI issue is purely coinc…

  • Can't install OMV on NanoPi M4

    crashtest - - General

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    Quote from ivan.vaskevych: “The OMV (v. 4) was running fine on NanoPi M4, then SD failed. ” "Running fine" for how long? _____________________________________ - You said you used a "different SD card"; but is new and is it a good one? SanDisk for example. - Did the two cards you're using come from the same source? (Maybe they have same problem?) Generic SD-cards are known to cause problems even if they initially test error free. I've had first hand experience with that. And while I've never boug…

  • Quote from ThomasH: “Like I said, a lot of my data will be images, video and music, much of which I can replace if lost, but some of it (mainly home-made pictures and video) can't. ” I don't know what you had in mind for data integrity protection but, have you looked at SNAPRAID ? One disk will protect all of your data, allow for recovery of files and folders as of the last SYNC, and will detect and correct bit-rot. It's worth a look and it's support in OMV, with a plugin, in the GUI. Of course,…

  • another slow SMb question

    crashtest - - CIFS/SMB

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    Look at this post, problem #5 for SMB tuning references. But when you throw in the wireless "X" factor, there's so many possibilities. The first thing I'd try is plugging a wireless client, into the wired portion of the network, check the speed, and go from there.

  • mellanox connectX3 card help

    crashtest - - Network

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    Quote from patman2097: “Do OMV users usually have to download drivers usually ” No. Usually support for hardware is in the kernel. But, to be supported in the kernel, hardware is generally not cutting edge. Also supported devices tend to be popular and used widely. Cutting edge and rare hardware, may mean a driver is required. __________________________________________ I looked at the Mellanox site and have to agree - it's certainly not intuitive. There are a lot of links to install advice, but …

  • Problems With Docker

    crashtest - - Docker

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    Rebuilds can be a pain, but if you backup the boot drive on the fresh build, you may never have to do it again. (At least not before a major upgrade.) Quote from Morne: “As for the snapraid very very good product and are currently testing it. I also am testing the Union File system looking good so far. ” Excellent. Working together, they're a good pair, and far better (safer) then RAID5 IMO. Regards

  • Are your shares working on your network?

  • Owner, Group and Others are default Linux (posix) permissions. They may be referred to as standard permissions. ACL's use "username" and "groupname". ACL's are add-on's, in Linux, that are stored in a file or folders extra attributes. They may be referred to as extended permissions. If you ever figure out how to remove or eliminate standard permissions (Owner, Group and Others), in a native Linux filesystem, and use ACL's only, I'd be really interested.

  • Problems With Docker

    crashtest - - Docker

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    @Morne (Thanks to a pointer from @geaves) This is the -> thread where your problem is addressed in detail. It might have a solution for you.

  • You may have to enable root login's in the GUI under Services, SSH, Permit Root Login. Then on the CLI; username: root Password: openmediavault If this image works as others have, a password change will be forced on the first login.

  • Quote from PeppaWutz: “i can't login with pi and password raspberry !? ” For the Web GUI: The default username is admin and the password is openmediavault

  • Problems With Docker

    crashtest - - Docker

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    I've heard the Unraid story before - unfortunate. If you're looking for bit-rot protect and something that actively corrects silent errors, there's currently three choices in opensource (AFIK). The COW filesystems, ZFS or BTRFS in a RAID1 equivalent, and SNAPRAID. SNAPRAID doesn't require a 50% loss of disk space for bit-rot protection. Depending on the number of disks protected, you'd be looking at 33% or even less and there are numerous additional benefits beyond bit-rot protection. I'm been u…

  • Problems With Docker

    crashtest - - Docker

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    Quote from Morne: “First thing i want to thank you for even taking the time to look at this. ” It's all good - that's what the forum is for. Quote from Morne: “If need be i can just reload but wondering if this happens again how do i fix it. ” This is what I was thinking of, when I asked if you had OS backup. Any number of things can happen that cause minor corruption, that can't be easily diagnosed or repaired. An easy solution is to drop back to a known good backup. OMV supports OS backup with…

  • Problems With Docker

    crashtest - - Docker

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    I couldn't confirm how to remove Docker (and the plugin) safely on the CLI. Using some apt-get commands incorrectly, (with autoremove, --purge, etc.) may come with unintended consequences. ____________________________________________________ Tagging @ryecoaaron who may be know how to deal with this. (ryecoarron - please accept my apologies. This went down an unexpected path.)

  • Quote from TheLostSwede: “This helps me how? ” If you have a drive going south, that would explain odd errors in SNAPRAID and the file system going read only. SMART stat's might give you an indicator of drive health.

  • BTRFS system

    crashtest - - RAID

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    More external links, "explaining things" and deflecting for the simple reality of the "experimental" message in RED in dmeg. How typical and what a strange world to live in. (On the other hand, maybe it's a colorful place with pink elephants and unicorns. ) _____________________________________________________ @savellm ; this is a prime example of what would have happened to your ZFS thread if it didn't go into a PM (a conversation). It would have become so polluted with irrelevant opinions, num…

  • User can only access one share

    crashtest - - AFP

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    Quote from latimeria: “mother Moses you're making this forum the worst place where to seek for support....fight your own war somewhere else or try to respect each other opinions ” I wholeheartedly agree. If it was just directed at me, that would be one thing, but this moderator does this on more than one forum. To get a bit of perspective, read through this thread on the Armbian forum and note he's an equal opportunity offender - newbies, experienced users and moderators alike. Again, on more th…

  • Have you looked at your SMART stat's?