I noticed that there are @eaDir directories listed in every folder on all of my shares. When I google the @eaDir I get lots of links for how to remove and prevent them for synology dsm's. Is there a way to stop them from being created and to delete them on OMV 3?
I am running an ssd for my boot drive and 2 4tb drives which hold the shares. I am not running a raid configuration, just SMB/CIFFS, nzbget and sonar plugins and ssh.
What I found on the synology forums is that it is an indexing script/service.
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To stop the thumb service from creating the @eaDir directories, SSH into your NAS and stop the daemon. This will keep new directories from being created until the next boot.
Next, to remove the service from starting up when rebooting, delete the script:
rm /usr/syno/etc.defaults/rc.d/S77synomkthumbd.sh---- end copied texthow do I accomplish this in OMV?