System Information Network Statistics

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    • System Information Network Statistics

      im running a odroid hc1 with the latest omv image.
      its connected with ethernet. just plugin and no configigs. works great.

      but the ethernet interface is not shown up in the statistics.
      can i fix this ?
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    • This is because no interface configuration exists. If this is the case, then i assume that omv-initsystem was not run during setup.
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    • how can i fix that ?
      just tryed to run omv-initsystem
      ```
      root@odroidhc1:~# omv-initsystem
      W: mdadm: /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf defines no arrays.
      update-initramfs: Converting to u-boot format
      root@odroidhc1:~#
      ```

      the intercase is existing and in use you can see it on the screenshot enx001e0630c708
    • votdev wrote:

      This is because no interface configuration exists. If this is the case, then i assume that omv-initsystem was not run during setup

      That's normal situation on all the ARM images (since based on Armbian where we decided to let network manager deal with the interfaces).

      tinitus wrote:

      the ethernet interface is not shown up in the statistics

      All the monitoring stuff is disabled on the ARM images by intention. Those RRD databases will kill your SD card in no time. If you want to look at funny graphs be prepared to replace your SD card soon (the majority of them sucks with random IO, and the so called 'Write Amplification' with this type of storage access is rather high)