Failed to start Raise Network Interface - after upgrade from OMV3 to OMV4

  • Hey Guys,


    today I did the upgrade from OMV3 to OMV4 and everything went just fine. But at the fisrt boot I mentioned a very long boottime (about 7 min). So I pluged in a monitor and saw, that the network could not be raised and timed out. But after the timeout, eth0 is up and running and everything seems fine.


    The networking.service is in failed state, but the interface ist up. Can anybody tell me whats gonig on here?


    thanks in advance


    Denqbar



    Code
    root@OMV:~# systemctl -l | grep network -i
    ● networking.service loaded failed failed etwork interfaces
    network-online.target loaded active active is Online
    network.target loaded active active
  • Hi,


    Same problem here every time I reboot/start my server... Network interface is down.
    My server is build from scratch (Debian 9.x + OMV 4.x install via package).


    I need to connect to the console, and restart the networking service manually with /etc/init.d/network restart and the network comes up !!!




    Still searching a solution...

    Lian Li PC-V354 with Be Quiet! fans | ASRock Rack x470D4U | AMD Ryzen 5 3600 | 1xCrucial 16GB DDR4 2666MHz ECC
    1xADATA 8200 Pro 256MB NVMe for System/Caches/Logs/Downloads | 4xWD 10To HDD in RAID 6 for Datas
    Powered by OMV v5.6.2 / Linux kernel 5.10.0

  • None at the moment... Very strange issue and my NAS is gone headless in its cupboard.
    I need to take it out, plug a screen and a keyboard to retry...

    Lian Li PC-V354 with Be Quiet! fans | ASRock Rack x470D4U | AMD Ryzen 5 3600 | 1xCrucial 16GB DDR4 2666MHz ECC
    1xADATA 8200 Pro 256MB NVMe for System/Caches/Logs/Downloads | 4xWD 10To HDD in RAID 6 for Datas
    Powered by OMV v5.6.2 / Linux kernel 5.10.0

  • Same issue after my from 3 to 4 upgrde.

    • Use omv-firstaid to reconfigure network.
    • The command fail in timeout.
    • reboot.
    • It's good.

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