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  • Quote from ohmaxx: “I have install and Run my OMV on a USB DISK, the problem is inside my tittle my usb disk is obly 16Gb and the plugin are install on it by default i think and i would like to change that because my usb is full ” The plugins aren't filling your OS drive. What you do with the plugins might but most that would fill the drive can be changed. My dev VM has a lot of plugins installed and is only using 2.5GB. If you are using docker, you should change the path to a data drive.

  • Nanopi crashes on file transfers

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Which Nano Pi? How did you install OMV? What image did you use?

  • They are sorted by rownum until you click the sort column. I think the column should have it sortable flag turned off. If you want the sorting backing, just Reset the UI like I mentioned earlier.

  • I guess I should've look at the source. The apt logs don't have a time date column - github.com/openmediavault/open…tic/log/plugin/Apt.js#L71

  • OMV 5 new behavior

    ryecoaaron - - Network

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    I'll have to install a fresh VM to see if I can test this on a VM.

  • While I don't understand why the network adapter would make a difference, maybe @trapexit has an idea?

  • Quote from Joe Chip: “Are You using Rasberry installation, or intel based? maybe those problems are related to raspi build and not caused by any plugins? ” The plugin doesn't know/care what system it is running on.

  • Debian RAID fault after restart?

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    mdadm raid should never be run on usb drives either. There is nothing redundant or available about an RPi. Why would you need your drives to be redundant? raid isn't a backup.

  • Did you try the Reset UI to Defaults in the top right dropdown and clear your browser cache?

  • Quote from smiler: “soething seems to be wrong with the implementation of borg backup on omv5? ” No need to post in the forum and github at the same time. I posted on the issue. I definitely think this is a problem with your system since it is working fine on mine.

  • OMV 5 new behavior

    ryecoaaron - - Network

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    Quick look at the code, looks like it should be using the mac address of the primary adapter. Not sure why it isn’t. I don’t see anywhere that would generate a mac address.

  • Delete of (old) Plexmediaserver repo

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from cavalon: “actually, there are no network problems of my system that I'm aware of. The error above is thrown in the process of disabling / deleting the Plexserver repo - no errors elsewhere... ” As mentioned previously, your system can't contact the ubuntu key server. I doubt the key server was down. So, something on your network wasn't allowing the traffic out. Quote from cavalon: “any other way to get rid of the plex repo? ” delete it from the omvextras file in /etc/apt/sources.list.…

  • Debian RAID fault after restart?

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from hemertje: “Is there stil the fault in Debian with Openmediavault software, that causes that your RAID is lost after reboot? ” This has never been the fault of OMV and I really don't blame Debian either. I have used raid for years and never had an array not assemble on boot. I think this happens when the arrays are built from/on equipment that not up to the task and/or used in a way never intended for raid.

  • Quote from Sugadaddy: “I'll try a clean install of OMV on another drive when I have the time. ” I don't think a fresh install is going to help much. If you want closer to 10G speeds, you are going to have to use raid.

  • Quote from Joe Chip: “Couldn't extract an UUID from the provided path '/export/union'. need to do some magic with configuration? ” I don't know what is causing this. /export/union shouldn't be passed to the mergerfs backend. I also can't reproduce it.

  • Quote from Joe Chip: “How I can modify config.xml to remove "permanently" definition x-systemd.requires in fstab? ” Change the options in the mntent section. If you edit the pool in the web interface, it will add them back though. I guess I could add a checkbox to disable them.

  • Best way to Auto-Mount .iso files

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Just a note that you can pxe boot a lot of ISO files. No need to mount them. I have done this for many ISOs. There is no way to do this from the web interface but you could: Add a shared folder to disk d1 called isos from command line make a directory mkdir /srv/dev-disk-by-label-d1/isos/iso1 Then manually add a line to /etc/fstab (after the openmediavault tags) like: /path/to/iso/file /srv/dev-disk-by-label-d1/isos/iso1 auto loop 0 0 This will mount the iso on reboot. To mount it now, just do a…

  • Quote from Sugadaddy: “I get 113MB/s reads when accessing the pool through the 1G connection, and 85MB/s reads when using the 10G connection. It should at least match the 1G speed. ” I can't explain this. mergerfs never does anything with networking. It always has a layer between it like samba or nfs. Maybe your 1G NIC driver needs less cpu than the 10G NIC driver??

  • Quote from manubu: “It looks like the delete is not being correctly applied. At no point during the unmount or deletion was I asked to save the changes in the GUI. ” What are you deleting? Something from the Filesystem tab or the mergerfs pool? If it is mergerfs, it applies the changes right away.

  • OMV5 Environment Variables

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from gderf: “But where's the documentation that tells what the values for these are? ” There isn't any that I know of. Here is a different grep with the default values: grep -r 'default:OMV_' /srv/salt/omv/* | cut -d ":" -f3 | cut -d')' -f1 | sort | uniq (Hidden Content) Quote from gderf: “As to my OMV 2.x box that became a 3, 4, and 5 - there has to be a ton of unused cruft in it. I would have a clue how to clean it all out. It's up to 11GB now. ” I would start with du -d1 -h -x / | sort …