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  • Quote from TechnoDadLife: “I had to use Sudo Su, when I used logged in from Putty. ” Which changes you to root and that is mandatory. You could also do: wget -O - http://omv-extras.org/install | sudo bash Quote from TechnoDadLife: “Are you running OM V5 on your Pi4? ” Yes, for testing.

  • What happened with my apt?

    ryecoaaron - - Updates/Upgrades

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    Remove insserv with apt-get purge insserv Quote from DHGE: “you could force this via dpkg (although the error message sounds weird to me looking at the version numbers) ” No. Don't do this.

  • Quote from HannesJo: “Sorry but could you explain that? I would think it should be at least 200...250 MB/s/Disc ” Explain what? That is how fast spinning hard drives are. Definitely not 200-250 MB unless they are a 15k rpm sas drive. Where did you get your rates from?? Quote from patman2097: “i tried using a sinlge ssd on my OMV copying over to a NVME on my pc , a slight increase to 300-310 MB/sec. ” Makes sense. Quote from patman2097: “a slight increase obviously, but still far off what im expe…

  • Quote from TechnoDadLife: “Is OMV extras working for the raspberry pi? ” Yep. It works on all systems. Quote from TechnoDadLife: “Got Extras installed by sudo su. ” What command did you try first? I assume it isn't the command below? Quote from WastlJ: “From command line as root wget -O - omv-extras.org/install | bash ” Quote from TechnoDadLife: “New error trying to install a plugin. ” Definitely a DNS error.

  • Quote from patman2097: “so i figured out the ifconfig command line to increase the MTU on both sides , tried s few differnt figures 1500,3000,4000) not much gain to be honest ” Yep. As I said, your storage is too slow. If you have nvme on both sides, you would be able to use more of that speed.

  • Proxmox with docker

    ryecoaaron - - My NAS Build

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    Quote from terencefaul: “HI guys are you passing through your HDD? ” I used to but not now. Worked well. Quote from terencefaul: “are you using scsi or virtio ” I use virtio on everything except for my virtualized ESXi VMs.

  • Command for system status summary

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from grokov: “For just the sensor and system info, this also works nicely ” Just a little more info... If your login shell is sh (probably a symlink to dash) or dash, you need to specify bash. If your login shell is bash, you can leave the bash part off. run-parts takes care of the shell parts which is why it works even if your login shell is sh or dash.

  • Quote from patman2097: “is about 200-300MB/sec max i should be expecting? ” Yes. Each one of those disks probably can do about 150 MB/s each. Quote from patman2097: “my 1GBE connection i get 100MB/sec. , in an ideal world i thought 10GB would give me 1000MB/sec but more likely 600MB/sec, so i thought 40GBE should be faster still. ” That is what those connections will do if your storage is fast enough. Your storage is nowhere near fast enough to saturate 10GBe. 40GBe will require hardware that yo…

  • Command for system status summary

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from grokov: “Is there a command to print this information again on demand? ” run-parts /etc/update-motd.d

  • Quote from irafone: “I can see the webgui login page, but no way to login ” That means engined is not running and/or the system disk is full. omv-engined -df from the command line will show errors.

  • omv-firstaid needs OMV working (engined running). You can't do this from recovery mode.

  • Quote from TechnoDadLife: “Announced in 2019, this system adds a second HDMI port, more memory, true Gigabit Ethernet and USB3. There is no support for it in the Debian kernels yet. We understand this computer no longer boots from the GPU, so it is probable it will no longer require a binary blob to boot. I was looking at native Debian support for a Debian install ” Either this is out of date or only applies to Debian. Raspbian is ok (not sure about second hdmi though): (Hidden Content)

  • How much speed did you think you were going to get out of spinning disk? What speed is each side connected at? Why the large font?

  • Proxmox with docker

    ryecoaaron - - My NAS Build

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    Quote from subzero79: “I maintain a separate plain Debian vm for docker ” I do the same except I am using an Ubuntu VM and use the command line for docker stuff.

  • LVM

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from terencefaul: “Is anyone using LVM for disk management and Device Pooling. Is there an advantage to this over mergerFS ” Most people really have no reason to use LVM. If is helpful if you are running OMV as a VM, resize your disk(s) a lot, and can't have a downtime. otherwise, it is just one more layer that you don't need. LVM pooling (unless on redundant block device) will result in loss of all data if you lose one drive. Mergerfs would only lose the data on the drive that failed (sna…

  • OMV, proxmox and Green IT

    ryecoaaron - - My NAS Build

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    I haven't looked at this but my server is always busy. I would try changing the governor but most power saving ideas probably would negatively impact running VMs.

  • Quote from TechnoDadLife: “There is no OMV5 for Raspberry Pi until Debian updates the kernal. ” Why is that? (Hidden Content)

  • Quote from Huberer: “But unfortunately I can't find a how-to for OMV5. Does anybody know how I install OMV5 via command line? ” It is pinned in the Guide forum - forum.openmediavault.org/index…OMV5-on-Debian-10-Buster/

  • Best choice to upgrade

    ryecoaaron - - My NAS Build

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    I have my RPi4 in a flirc case and it helps the temps but I don't think the RPi4 should be the first choice for a NAS. I have a lot of SBC boards and I would still pick the Nano Pi M4 with sata hat over all the others.

  • Quote from crackjack: “OMV lacks the documentation on the sorta things I am looking for though I could of just missed it. ” Between the guide forum forum.openmediavault.org/index.php/Board/29-Guides/, the info in the forum itself, and the readthedocs wiki openmediavault.readthedocs.io/en/latest/, is there something else you can think of that is missing? I know it isn't as much as the commercially supported option but it should get you through a lot. As for perspective, I spent years looking for …