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  • [HowTo] SnapRAID in OMV

    Paradido - - Plugins

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    Does one need to enable "Run Scrub - Set to true if you want to scrub after a successful sync" in order for the options "Scrub Frequency" and "Scrub Percentage" to take effect? The option sounds like it will run regardless of the set scrub frequency but the SnapRAID logs say "Array scrubbing is not enabled" so should it be enabled or not?

  • I use WinSCP to transfer files via SFTP. It supports resuming partial transfers.

  • Quote from wardchan: “Is there any configuration option to switch use byte, not bits? ” I have the same question, that would be great.

  • mergfs balance on SnapRaid Question

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    Quote from gderf: “Using LFS will result in filling disks one by one before moving on to the next disk. Using MFS will result in a roughly even amount of free space across all disks as they fill. ” Doesn't answer the question, you're just explaining what it does. What is the benefit of LUS/MFS for media? Quote from gderf: “Not sure what the objection to scattering data around is. If you operate on the data only via a mergerfs mountpoint you are not even aware of the scattering. ” T.Underhill alr…

  • mergfs balance on SnapRaid Question

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    Quote from gderf: “There is no requirement to write data into the pool via the mergerfs mountpoint. If you want certain data to be stored on certain disks, then put it there directly yourself. The advantage of letting mergerfs do the balancing is that you don't have to manually place data onto individual drives. ” I think you completely misunderstood the question from both T.Underhill and me. The question is what benefits the MergerFS policy LUS/MFS has for media in comparison to LFS? Why not al…

  • mergfs balance on SnapRaid Question

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    Quote from T.Underhill: “So my question: why would you balance the data among all the drives? What is the advantage? ” I'd also like to know this. I haven't found a reason why LFS or for more placement control EPLFS (which requires manual intervention when a drive runs full) shouldn't always be used for media.

  • File Storage Full

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    I just told you. Look up the path the Docker container is using as described above and then just delete it via SFTP. You'll also need to reconfigure your Docker container to specify the HDD as the download folder instead of your SD card.

  • File Storage Full

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    You've set the download path via the Docker config. If you can't remember your config go to Services -> Docker -> Docker Containers -> select your Transmission container, press Details and look for the HostConfig part. Or press Modify, accept the warning and look under Volumes and Bind mounts.

  • File Storage Full

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    How did you install Transmission? Via Docker? One of the paths it could be under is /home/<your user>/...

  • File Storage Full

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    Quote from gderf: “ No. The rootfs is not mounted on /srv. ” My bad, didn't see the SD card is used as the main drive, thought it's secondary. Anyway via SFTP EchoZ can now see the files by going to the Transmission download folder path.

  • File Storage Full

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    Use SFTP on port 22. If not yet enabled go to Services -> SSH and enable.

  • File Storage Full

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    Quote from EchoZ: “ Tried FTP etc but can't get to the SD. ” All mounted drives are accessible under the path /srv (also via (S)FTP). Since you don't have a label set for the sdcard the folder should be called dev-disk-by-path-... under /srv/.

  • Quote from votdev: “Announcing services is fundamental for a NAS and to make it users easy to use SMB shares in Windows.So I sadly had to say that this feature request won’t make it into the UI. ” As long as I can disable it via SSH I'm okay with it. I agree that it should be enabled by default. However imagine a household: Around 15 Windows devices (PCs and Laptops) in our household. My shares however should only show up on my devices, not on the others (only confuses them, imagine DAUs). No bi…

  • Quote from votdev: “It will be included in openmediavault 4.1.20, see github.com/openmediavault/openmediavault/pull/316. ” Could you please make this optional (enabled by default but with a checkmark to turn off)? I don't want my shares to be advertised via WSD.

  • I can confirm that the solution from MergerFS folders not mounted in /sharedfolders works on latest OMV 4. Quote from geaves: “There is one caveat in that fix and it's this # This configuration file is auto-generated. Which implies that if there is an update then that file will be overwritten and you will need to do it again. ” Correct. I created a second shared folder and the change from the first shared folder was overwritten. Which means any time you use the Add or Edit button in the GUI (eve…

  • I can recommend the web browser extension DarkReader. It works perfectly fine with OMV (I personally use Filter setting, not Dynamic, for pure black) and looks amazing. And it doesn't have the risk of screwing something up in the installation process and it won't suddenly stop working because of an OMV update.

  • Mergerfs + snapraid project

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    Quote from Revers62: “But I don't understand any rules for this free space if you have a link to check ? I will use my NAS with big files. +/- 50G per files ” snapraid.it/manual#7.8 The default 4G of MergerFS will be enough for you if you format your parity drive with the command I mentioned above since you don't have a lot of small files. Quote from Revers62: “I have 5 x 4Tb on my old nas but I see max data disk for 1 parity disk is 4 data disk. I must buy another 10Tb for double parity and go …

  • Mergerfs + snapraid project

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    Disclaimer: New to OMV so I'm happy to be corrected about any mistake Quote from Revers62: “how much space did you leave in the mergerfs settings (4G by default)? ” 50G. It all depends on your block size (I use 512KiB instead of default 256KiB) and the number of files you have. Since I'm using 10TB disks, also for the parity, I increased the storage for the parity by 70GB by using the following format command: mkfs.ext4 -m 0 -T largefile4 -L LabelXYZ /dev/sdX1 According to the SnapRAID documenta…