Web GUI not reachable (Clean Raspi 4 installation)

  • Hi,


    I tried reinstalling OMV on a Raspberry 4 several times today. I always have the problem that the web GUI is not accessible (Google Chrome error message: "ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED").

    I have always used the latest "Raspberry Pi OS Lite" (Release 4 March 2021) and the installation script for OMV.

    In my last try I really did everything exactly step by step as described in the instructions "Adden-B-Installing_OMV5_on_an R-PI.pdf" (incl. SHA check, H2testw, ...).

    The "sudo service nginx status" via SSH/Putty looks OK at first glance "Active: active (running)".
    The /var/log/nginx error logs are empty.

    The /var/log/openmediafault folder is also empty (is this OK?).

    Any ideas???

  • Agricola

    Approved the thread.
  • Output from the install script would be very helpful.

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  • I have attached the entire log from the first login on the Raspi including the OMV installation.

    The installation of OMV starts in line 487.

    From line 6946 the output of "omv-sysinfo" starts. In the section "Network Connection" (from line 7091) there are many error messages.

  • I see nothing in the installation log that went bad. Have you tried connecting via IP address and then look at the access and error logs?

    omv 5.6.12 usul | 64 bit | 5.11 proxmox kernel | omvextrasorg 5.6.2 | kvm plugin 5.1.6
    omv-extras.org plugins source code and issue tracker - github


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  • I have found the problem. Everything was OK with the installation. After I cleared the browser cache in Chrome, it worked. Thanks for your support!

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