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  • The first post probably deleted the repo that the archive is referencing. The archive will have to be cleaned up from /etc/openmediavault/config.xml The second post is completely different. It doesn't like the path you are using. Is it empty?

  • Quote from starion: “Is there something I haven't activated? ” You won't see them (unless they are static) in the Interfaces tab. They are in the Dashboard if you add network interfaces.

  • Docker in OMV5???

    ryecoaaron - - Docker

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    Quote from Connor Allick: “do i need docker or can i do this entirely with Portainer? ” Uh... Portainer is web interface to manage docker containers. You can't use portainer without docker. You can create a nextcloud container without portainer or with portainer.

  • Quote from thedarkness: “As a side note, is there a way to customize the virtual filesystem name created by the plugin? ” On the unionfilesystem plugin, you can add the option fsname=SOMEUNIQUENAME in the options box. On the mergerfsfolders plugin, it is already setting it to POOLNAME:POOLUUID Quote from thedarkness: “It's ugly but most importantly long, I have to copy and paste it in every configuration (such as Docker files), would be handy if the user could customize it. ” But I think you are…

  • Unable to find suitable address.

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from mstumpel: “mount error(112): Host is down ” This is why it is failing. maybe try the ip address instead of hostname?

  • Quote from blackride: “How i can install ZFS Plugin in OMV for Rockrpo64? ” If you are on OMV 5.x, it is in the repo. You will have to manually install the kernel headers if they aren't already. If you are on OMV 4.x, upgrade to OMV 5.x.

  • Quote from malibu: “What you describe is the behavior after reboot. Before the reboot, the bind mount was still active making all data still reachable from /sharedfolders/XXX/ ” Notice I said bind mount files (found in /etc/systemd/system/) not the bind mounts themselves. So, yes, the data is still reachable.

  • This problem with sub-directory branches is fixed in 5.0.2 in the repo now.

  • Quote from malibu: “I was confused because the actual data was still reachable via the /sharedfolders/ directories. It changed only after a reboot. ” Disabling the feature just removes the bind mount files and doesn't remove the mounts (as you found).

  • Quote from malibu: “I thought the whole point of removing the sharedfolders was to avoid issues and improve performance. Would the "cleanup" have no effect then? ” People are confusing just have a directory on the filesystem (not even a symlink) with bind mounts which is what this is actually disabling. The bind mounts are the problem because it is a systemd mount that can't restart when it is in use and takes a "long" time to restart when it isn't in use. So, no, cleaning the folders up will af…

  • You are missing a lot of code necessary. The biggest issue is you aren't referencing an ID anywhere and you are trying to save the entire grid without iterating through it. Have you looked at the other plugins? The minidlna plugin would be a good reference - github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plug…s/openmediavault-minidlna

  • Cannot Delete Shared Folders

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Kai: “I cannot understand why the Z_Backups folder is showing referenced. I have reset perms on it a few times but evidently nothing is holding. ” Reset perms has nothing to do with OMV. It resets the filesystem permissions. You have the Z_Backups folder set as the reset perms folder (that is what it is telling you). Set the folder to none in the reset perms tab.

  • Quote from EasyRhino: “does that repo include the stuff needed to use the megaraid storage manager? ” Did you look? I assume hwraid.le-vert.net/debian/pool-buster/megamgr/ is the manager.

  • So, the problem is caused by the x-systemd.requires= options that the plugin adds. These are added on both plugins and works just fine on both plugins. The problem happens when you use a subdirectory on a mountpoint because the requires is set to the full path when it should just be the filesystem's mountpoint. I will have to change the code to get the filesystem's path instead of the paths specified.

  • Quote from thedarkness: “Could its presence/absence have caused the problem? ” No. But I was able to recreate this using the subdirectories. Testing now.

  • Having the /sharedfolders directory and possibly sub-directories in that directory doesn't hurt anything. The "cleanup" is completely optional. rmdir /sharedfolders/* /sharedfolders # rmdir is used to guarantee it doesn't delete any files.

  • ETA for OMV 5.0 - 2020, 2021, 2022?

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from thermo: “Shall I upgrade the omv-extras before dist-upgrade by uploading github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plug…extrasorg_latest_all5.deb through the web interface? ” Nope. The sed statement should change the omv-extras repo so that the dist-upgrade upgrades it. Quote from thermo: “Does this also upgrades the installed omv-extra plugins i.e. sftp? ” The same sed statement should do the same for the omv-extras plugins. Sometimes, apt tries to upgrade those before OMV itself is upgrade which ca…

  • Cannot Delete Shared Folders

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Kai: “Any assumption as to which uninstalled plugin? If you provide an answer should I then install that particular plugin. ” He was just listed ONE thing that COULD cause it. There are many things that could. Removing a plugin instead of purging it could cause this (the web interface purges) What is the output of: dpkg -l | grep openm

  • ETA for OMV 5.0 - 2020, 2021, 2022?

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from thermo: “Uninstall all plug-ins including omv-extras via the web interface ” You need to remove all OMV 4.x plugins that don't have an OMV 5.x equivalent not all omv-extras plugins. Quote from thermo: “Make backup of resolve.conf OR remove resolve.conf and add an DNS server following ness1602, post 35, after upgrade with the following commands ” I've never had to do this. I think only people who still have the resolvconf package installed need to do this after the upgrade. Quote from …

  • Quote from thedarkness: “what is the point of doing it now when the system is up and running and using the "older" plugin? ” None. Just trying to help. Wasn't sure if you knew what you put in the fields and/or had cut&paste the fstab to compare differences.