Issue with OMV5 and ESXI

    • OMV 5.x (beta)
    • Issue with OMV5 and ESXI

      Just upgraded to version 5 (fresh install). I use a NFS share as my ISO datastore, worked fine with version 3. After changing to version 5, every time I mount the NFS in ESXI it does not map to the correct folder, but the first one on list in /etc/exports. After comparing the /etc/exports for both version 5 and version 3 I noticed that the version 5 fsid all equal 1 unlike the previous version that they are all unique. Any ideas on what caused this or how to correct it?
    • It seems you hit a bug. Can you open a issue at tracker.openmediavault.org please? Tracking bugs in the forum is not great. If you create the issue you'll get notified about changes or when we need more info.
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    • brblack wrote:

      Just upgraded to version 5 (fresh install). I use a NFS share as my ISO datastore, worked fine with version 3. After changing to version 5, every time I mount the NFS in ESXI it does not map to the correct folder, but the first one on list in /etc/exports. After comparing the /etc/exports for both version 5 and version 3 I noticed that the version 5 fsid all equal 1 unlike the previous version that they are all unique. Any ideas on what caused this or how to correct it?
      Here is the fix:
      github.com/openmediavault/openmediavault/issues/419
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