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  • Quote from Shinobi: “Which example is correct (if any)? "/dev/sda" or "/sharedfolders/tvshows" or "/dev/disk-by-label/WDRed1" ” /dev/sda is the device /sharedfolders/... is a bind mount to the mountpoint /dev/disk-by-lable... is the mount point.

  • Maybe the nvme drive is getting hot (especially when the system is under load?) and doing bad things? Otherwise, I would go back to the ram check.

  • Quote from Shinobi: “Would it make sense to disable it temporarily for testing? ” Definitely not. If smart isn't working, you may have a tougher time diagnosing this.

  • Quote from mn124700: “Wondering what people think the pros and cons are of this. Anyone doing it the way I am? ” I run OMV on a few Proxmox (kvm) installs and it works very well. This thread started because people wanted to run kvm on OMV without virtualizing OMV because it makes the storage situation easier.

  • Quote from Shinobi: “Any ideas how I could check it? ” SMART. And I would check the ram again. Are you running the flashmemory plugin? nvme or not, it still has limited writes.

  • Wow, I should avoid this thread because it is going nowhere but I want to clear up a few things... You can use OMV without an internet connection (although I wouldn't because updates are important). Using OMV 5.0.5 is probably not what I would use since there are like 10 version updates since 5.0.5 that fix bugs (OMV 5.0.5 is a beta release, 5.3.2 is current). That said, I've never seen a system that waited to start php-fpm until root logged. There is no relationship between those two things. I …

  • I would make sure your os disk (is it flashmemory?) isn't failing and check your ram.

  • Rsnapshot change start time

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    Quote from no_jah: “Then perhaps one option would be to first copy /usr/share/openmediavault/mkconf/rsnapshot to some other folder and then edit lines 48-52, and then have a scheduled job copy it back to /usr/share/openmediavault/mkconf/ and overwrite the rsnapshot file in case it has ben updated? Or maybe that will just mess things up? ” You would only need to update it when there is a plugin update. I'm hoping to not update any OMV 4.x plugins again. So, you may never have to worry about it. M…

  • Rsnapshot change start time

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    Quote from no_jah: “I found these two files /etc/cron.d/openmediavault-rsnapshot and /etc/cron.d/rsnapshot, will none of them make rsnapshot run at the specified times? ” Yes but as I mentioned previously, changing those will not be a permanent change. Any change to the plugin will overwrite your changes. The most permanent way you can change it on OMV 4.x is to change the code in /usr/share/openmediavault/mkconf/rsnapshot - lines 48-52. Any plugin update will overwrite this change though.

  • How did you set a static ip initially? How did you install OMV 5.x?

  • Rsnapshot change start time

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    Quote from no_jah: “Is there anyway to change when Rsnapshot start running? ” Not in a permanent way for the OMV 4.x version of the plugin. For OMV 5.x, I added a start hour variable (OMV_RSNAPSHOT_STARTING_HOUR) that can be set in /etc/default/openmediavault

  • Acer AC100

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    Quote from Gravel_Pit: “Any other thoughts before I toss it in the bin? ” Install OMV 5.x on a different system and fully update it. Perhaps install the proxmox kernel from the omv-extras kernel tab as well. Then put the drive you installed OMV on in the AC100 and see if it boots. There really is no reason Linux shouldn't work on this system. May require a few bios tweaks too.

  • Quote from Nas-turally: “Do I miss something or is it a bug? What should be the correct XML for 2 monthly backups? (I couldn't find the script reading and using that). ” The plugin ONLY creates a daily backup - github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plug…ackup/SystemBackup.js#L46. If you want monthly, the keep number of copies won't work. But you should create the backup and then edit the job in the Scheduled Jobs tab. Then never use the Scheduled Backup button again.

  • Fail2ban for OMV 4 Arrakis

    ryecoaaron - - Plugins

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    Run omv-mki18ndict, Not sure if you will have to reset the web interface in the top right hand menu of the web interface.

  • Plugins that are wanted - Part 5

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    Quote from gett: “Don't know if this is right thread, but it will be nice to have rclone plugin ” I worked on one a long time ago and wasn't able to come up with something good. I would look at using it in docker.

  • Fail2ban for OMV 4 Arrakis

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    Translations are automated. You will need to add them here - transifex.com/openmediavault-p…/openmediavault-fail2ban/

  • Quote from cadre: “This might be because this particular system doesn't use a Supermicro OEM power supply. ” I have to agree. I currently have two supermicro boards and one of them is very picky about power supplies and posting.

  • Newbie with a few questions

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    The fact that macom and myself posted almost the same post tells you a lot

  • Newbie with a few questions

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    1 - You should use OMV 5 for an RPI4 - guide - but you should really think about why you want raid (provides availability and redundancy not backup) on a system that has no availability or redundancy features. You cannot create a Raid array on USB drives using the OMV web interface. There is a reason for that. Raid on usb drives is a terrible idea. 2 - Sure but keep it on the SD card. I have run systems for years on sd cards as long as the flashmemory plugin is installed (guide above does that a…

  • Quote from rotepeter: “please answer in German ” I guess I can't help then... But since I can use google translate, so can you. Quote from rotepeter: “Is there a manual or tutorial? ” While I would install OMV 5.x fresh using the guide, you should be able to update your current image (assuming it is OMV 4.x) and just plug the sd card and drives in the RPi4.