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  • Hi,


    I tried to replace 2 freenas servers to OPV. I started with my Backup serveur.


    First I need to fix the ethernet ip address.


    When I boot the OS, I always have this error:


    ACPI BIOS ERROR (bug): Could not resolve symbol [\_SB.PCIO.SATO.P]

    ACPI Error: Abording method \_SB.PCIO.SATO.PRTO._GTF due to previ

    ACPI BIOS ERROR (bug): Could not resolve symbol [\_SB.PCIO.SATO.P]

    ACPI Error: Abording method \_SB.PCIO.SATO.PRTO._GTF due to previ

    /dev/sda2: clean 50369/13844480 files, 1570600/5358464 blocks


    Motherboard: MSI H110M PRO-VD


    Thanks,

    Volkanos

  • First I need to fix the ethernet ip address

    ?( in what way, if you are having issues connecting via a browser or ssh then with the use of a keyboard and monitor, login and run omv-firstaid

    When I boot the OS, I always have this error:

    If you do a google search these appear to be a generic error and can be ignored as they relate to firmware or an oem issue with the board, some suggest checking for a bios update.

    Raid is not a backup! Would you go skydiving without a parachute?

  • My preferred way of handling IP addresses in my home LAN is to do it on a combined Dnsasque and DHCP server. Many modern home routers combine DHCP with Dnsmasque. I use a separate small Gl-Inet router for this, specifically as a DHCP and Dnsmasque server.


    This allows you to permanently map server MAC addresses not only to an IP but also to a local host name. And you get a central point for administration and and backup of the LAN. If I install a new OS on a server, it automatically has the same IP and host name, without me having to do anything on the server. Nice!

    Be smart - be lazy. Clone your rootfs.
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