Problem with the WebDAV mount

  • Hi,


    I try to add a WebDAV mount but I get always an error if I save the config:


    Failed to execute command 'omv-mkconf remoteshare 2>&1': /sbin/mount.davfs: kann die fuse-Gerätedatei nicht öffnen /sbin/mount.davfs: ich versuche es mit dem Kernel-Dateisystem coda /sbin/mount.davfs: keine freie coda-Gerätedatei gefunden


    If I do the same from the console as root, same error:


    root@NAS-Server:~# mount /media/a92d5f01-f39c-48cf-9592-7e9ebe368b4f/Test
    /sbin/mount.davfs: kann die fuse-Gerätedatei nicht öffnen
    /sbin/mount.davfs: ich versuche es mit dem Kernel-Dateisystem coda
    /sbin/mount.davfs: keine freie coda-Gerätedatei gefunden


    I checked fstab and secrets files and all looks good. I have a 2nd Debian system build by hand from me and there it works well.


    Any idea what could be wrong on my openmediavault system?


    Helge

  • Hi,


    what kernel version are you using on the two systems? Are they the same? That might be a pointer ...
    Also, is the package davfs2 the same version?


    Regards

    OMV 2.x - Kralizec // Hardware: HP Microserver N54L, 4GB RAM, 2x3TB WD Red - RAID 1, Sandisk SSD 60GB for system

  • I solved the problem in the meantime. Original I used the backport kernel Debian GNU/Linux, with Linux 3.16.0-0.bpo.4-amd64. After I changed it back to Debian GNU/Linux, with Linux 3.2.0-4-amd64 it works now.


    My other system is a Bananapi with kernel Linux version 3.4.104-bananian (root@bananapi) (gcc version 4.6.3 (Debian 4.6.3-14) ) #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Apr 6 18:25:40 UTC 2015


    Thx


    Helge

  • glad you solved it! Curious, I never had problems with the BPO kernel. Maybe some kernel module is missing on your install..!?
    I never tried mapping a webdav share with my Pi system but that's not the point anyway ;-)


    Maybe you could give it a try re-installing the BPO kernel if that makes a difference ...

    OMV 2.x - Kralizec // Hardware: HP Microserver N54L, 4GB RAM, 2x3TB WD Red - RAID 1, Sandisk SSD 60GB for system

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