Low Transfer Speeds

    • OMV 1.0
    • openmediavault-usbbackup is a core OMV plugin that backs up to or from a usb drive when it is plugged in.

      openmediavault-backup is an omv-extras plugin that can backup the system drive to a data drive, allow booting from multiple ISOs (clonezilla, systemrescuecd, partedmagic, gparted live), and has undelete utilities (photorec, extundelete).
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    • Ok, the other way round. ;) I've been using omv-extras for such a long time that I obviously couldn't remember which one is on board and which one comes from the extras.
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    • datadigger wrote:


      No, I'm talking about openmediavault-usbbackup 1.1 from the OMV extras repo. Open
      omv-extras.org/simple/index.ph…install-omv-extras-plugin
      and download the file (Look for the correct version of OMV running on your box). Then goto the plugin section inside the web-gui, upload this deb-file and refresh the plugins. A lot of new plugins will be shown and the USB backup plugin is among them.
      This plugin can save your data to an external USB drive - but take care, the drive has to be wiped and formatted with ext4 before you can use it. This plugin uses rsync to copy the data do the drive.
      The plugin you have mentioned is for the system drive only, it saves the system drive and your configs. I doubt that this is of any use for you if you install the system using Debian and OMV on top as described in the tutorial I've mentioned above.


      Thanks, I used

      Source Code

      1. apt-get install openmediavault-usbbackup
      to install it. My flash drive has served me pretty well over the last two months, and since i've installed AutoShutdown I'm not that worried that it will get busted. However, I will keep a data backup just in case seeing as there's a long history of flash drive malfunctions. :) Cheers mate, and thanks for the advice.
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      Hardware: HP g6 w/ Intel Core i7 Processor, 8GB RAM, 750GB HDD
      Services: AFP, SMB/CIFS, SSH, FTP, Plex, AutoShutdown

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    • If there is already corrupted Data, this Data will also be currupted inside the Backup.

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    • davidh2k wrote:

      If there is already corrupted Data, this Data will also be currupted inside the Backup.
      Greetings
      David


      Hi David,
      The actual problem is that my transfer speeds are pretty low.

      Version: OMV 1.6 (Kralizec) w/ Backports 3.16 amd64 Kernel & OMV-Extras.org 1.2
      Hardware: HP g6 w/ Intel Core i7 Processor, 8GB RAM, 750GB HDD
      Services: AFP, SMB/CIFS, SSH, FTP, Plex, AutoShutdown
    • Damian wrote:

      The actual problem is that my transfer speeds are pretty low.


      Yup. One indication that your USB Stick may be near death.

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    • davidh2k wrote:

      Yup. One indication that your USB Stick may be near death.

      Greetings
      David


      Hahaha, thanks for that thought mate. I'll be splitting the internal HDD and installing Debian and then OMV on top of that like how @datadigger suggested when I've got the time. Should have calm winds and a smooth sail afterwards.
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    • And always six inches of water under your keel, sailor. ;)

      Be prepared for that moment and have a working backup in the locker. When the flash drive dies you only have access to your data if you install OMV the same way, on a flash drive again.
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    • datadigger wrote:

      When the flash drive dies you only have access to your data if you install OMV the same way, on a flash drive again.
      What are you talking about? It does not matter if he uses a brand new SSD or an old HDD or a flash drive to get to his data IMHO. One does not even need to use OMV to get the data back.
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    • WastlJ wrote:

      datadigger wrote:

      When the flash drive dies you only have access to your data if you install OMV the same way, on a flash drive again.
      What are you talking about? It does not matter if he uses a brand new SSD or an old HDD or a flash drive to get to his data IMHO. One does not even need to use OMV to get the data back.

      Start to read again from the beginning. He is running OMV on a flash drive connected to a notebook and the build-in harddisk contains the storage. So tell me any other way how to access the data on the storage without ripping the disk off.
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    • datadigger wrote:

      And always six inches of water under your keel, sailor. ;)

      Be prepared for that moment and have a working backup in the locker. When the flash drive dies you only have access to your data if you install OMV the same way, on a flash drive again.


      Thanks again and cheers mate :D I backed up everything to an external HDD, I'm all set for the Apocalypse 8)

      @WastlJ OMV runs in a flash drive and the data partitions are in the internal HDD, if I want to reinstall OMV on top of Debian in the intenal HDD, i'll lose my data.

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    • datadigger wrote:

      Start to read again from the beginning. He is running OMV on a flash drive connected to a notebook and the build-in harddisk contains the storage. So tell me any other way how to access the data on the storage without ripping the disk off.

      External HDD/SSD enclosure. ;)
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    • Oh well, you guys are the best. ;)
      Of course you can use an an external disk for installing, if it is available. Not everybody has more than one laying around, only freaks like you and me have five or more. Only the kind of media is different, the way to install remains the same.

      Live-CD is of course possible, too. I even would prefer that, because copying data that way doesn't need another installation. Just didn't think about that, thanks for pointing that out.
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    • Not OpenMediaVault but any other livecd.

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    • Ohhh hahaha now i get what he meant. :thumbsup: Another method to access the data. I use Hiren's BootCD and Ultimate DLCD Boot for stuff like that.
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