Upgrade from 2.2.13 to 3.0.56: Fine, but...

  • Hi ho,


    used my holiday to do the upgrade. Things are fine (Shares etc), but some things are strange in the webui:
    - Hitting "General settings" lead to:


    And no changes can be made there.


    - Hitting "Power Management" leads to:


    Sometimes, Mail could not be delivered, but not always, got an ND Error:

    Code
    Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 550-Requested action not taken: mailbox unavailable 550
    invalid DNS MX or A/AAAA resource record

    May have to do with the first error?


    The kernel is the same as before the upgrade (3.16-0.bpo2-486). Curious?


    Source System was
    OMV 2.2.13 Stone Burner i386|3.16-0.bpo.2-486|OMV-Extras 2.13.5
    Destination System see signature


    Thanks for reading, thanks for any help 8o

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  • Hitting "General settings" lead to:

    What is the output of: omv-showkey webadmin


    Hitting "Power Management" leads to:

    What is the output of: omv-showkey powermanagement




    The kernel is the same as before the upgrade (3.16-0.bpo2-486). Curious?

    This happens because the backports Wheezy kernel is the exact same kernel as the standard Jessie kernel. Shouldn't cause a problem. I would install the jessie backports 4.7 kernel anyway :)

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  • Volker,


    that worked like a charm, thank you.
    Thanky to you, 2,ryecoaaron :D




    I´ll do some further tests, than i call it fixed here...


    Thanks again




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    Get a Rose Tattoo...


    HP t5740 with Expansion and USB3, Inateck Case w/ 3TB WD-Green
    OMV 5.5.23-1 Usul i386|4.19.0-9-686-pae

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