Daily Anacron email

  • Lately I have been getting daily cron email messages for Anancron that I do not understand. In the body of the email it mentions that it is checking for Btrfs file systems which I don't use. This is the message...

    I would like to stop these from happening if possible.

  • See this thread:


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  • chente

    Added the Label resolved
  • This issue is marked "resolved" but I still am getting daily Anacron emails for the other items in the list...

    Code
    openmediavault-check_locked_users
    openmediavault-check_ssl_cert_expiry
    openmediavault-pending_config_changes

    I assume I need to create env variables for all these too but I'm not sure what the syntax would be. Using the BTRFS env variable example I came up with...

    Code
    OMV_LOCKED_USERS_ERROR_CHECK_ENABLED="NO"
    OMV_SSL_CERT_EXPIRY_ERROR_CHECK_ENABLED="NO"
    OMV_PENDING_CONFIG_CHANGES_ERROR_CHECK_ENABLED="NO"

    It seems to me that if I only got Anacron email messages for actual "errors" I wouldn't have to go through this.


    Is there a way to configure Anacron to only send messages if there are errors?

  • chente

    Removed the Label resolved
    • Official Post

    OMV_LOCKED_USERS_ERROR_CHECK_ENABLED="NO"

    OMV_SSL_CERT_EXPIRY_ERROR_CHECK_ENABLED="NO"

    OMV_PENDING_CONFIG_CHANGES_ERROR_CHECK_ENABLED="NO"

    I am afraid these variables do not exist and you cannot create them. They will have no effect.

  • Throwing my hat on the pile here. I have no problem with getting error notifications, so long as I can decide that they don't matter to me and then I can turn them off. I don't use BTRFS, I'm the only user on the system, I don't use internal SSL certificates for anything, and the pending-config yellow banner is annoying enough that I always apply changes anyhow.


    Please make a way to disable the annoying messages. Preferably via the Notifications section under System, instead of having to go into CLI and adding environment variables. I would really, really rather not have to go in and delete cron.daily files every time OMV updates.

  • Quote

    The `OMV_SSL_CERTIFICATE_CHECK_EXPIRY_ENABLED` environment variable has been added to be able to disable the daily SSL certificate expiration cron job.

  • vcruser

    Added the Label resolved
  • I was getting a daily Anacron e-mail with something along the lines of the following:


    Code
    /etc/cron.daily/openmediavault-check_btrfs_errors:
    Performing an error check on Btrfs file systems.
    /etc/cron.daily/openmediavault-check_ssl_cert_expiry:
    Perform a check for expired SSL certificates.
    /etc/cron.daily/openmediavault-pending_config_changes:
    Checking for pending configuration changes.

    This morning it's much shorter:


    Code
    /etc/cron.weekly/openmediavault-scrub_btrfs:
    Performing a scrub on Btrfs file systems.

    To note this only appeared to start on 25 March, and has been daily since. Nothing prior to that, since Sept '22 when I had an SSL certificate expiry warning

  • Apologies - I'm only capable of following (very!) simple commands - what do I need to run in CLI to delete the file?


    If I look under 'locate' I can find both weekly and monthly entries for the scrub command, and also a daily check for errors (amongst 97 entries that refer to btrfs)

    • Official Post

    I'm only capable of following (very!) simple commands - what do I need to run in CLI to delete the file?

    rm /etc/cron.weekly/openmediavault-scrub_btrfs


    linux rm - Google Suche

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