one or two weeks ago I upgraded my OMV from 4.x to 5.x. Since the server is only running when I need it as a network storage, I cannot say, if the following behavior also existed directly after the update or just now.
Yesterday I created a new "Shared Folder" named "Fotos2". With the "Privileges" button I gave the folder the same privileg I already gave my "Fotos" folder -> Kodi ("ftp" is a member of this group) Group Read/Write permission (Because I use Kodi on my Raspberry Pi as my photo player).
Then I navigated into "FTP" -> "Shares" and added a "Fotos2"-Share.
Now, I wanted to use my new Fotos2 folder and upload the pictures from my nieces communion celebration on Sunday as root via WinScp. But what a pitty: I didn't see the Fotos2 folder in OMV's /sharedFolder folder. When I e.g. opened the Fotos folder, it was empty. I started extremely sweating, because I feared all my vacation, family photos,... could be lost (or at least those after the last backup).
In the shell (as root) I navigated to /srv/dev-disk-by-label-Disc6 and there, I was happy, my Fotos, etc. folders with all the content still existed.
Now I tried to find out, whether it's a permission problem and therefore looked at the permissions of /sharedFolder and its child folders, but all belong to root:users. But all the /srv/dev-disk-by-label-Disc* folders belong to root:root.
Any idea, how I can fix this? What would be the right permissions and can I set them via OMV or shall I do so via shell? Did I do something wrong or was it caused by the upgrade?
Thanks and kind regards,