First a bit of background. I'm trying really hard to get omv working on a netgear readynas ultra 6. I've come so close, but yet, every sollution somehow at some point seems to wanna backfire.
1. Install omv on a thumbdrive: this went great, until the uptime was longer than 24 hours at wich point the system just crashed. Since you have to manually intervean to reboot propperly, this is not really a workable sollution. Other than that, I did get jellyfin up and running after recreating the log directory and adding a firewall rule for port 8096 (i think)
2. Use a debian 11 netinstall with raid and lvm. Great, since I don't have to offer up a disk, I thought, more diskspace to store backups, I thought... But the moment I add "/dev/dm-2
the web UI spits out a fancy error... It seems I'm not the only person having this, and as of yet, it also seems there's no sollution for it...
500 - Internal Server Error
Failed to execute command 'export PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin; export LANG=C.UTF-8; export LANGUAGE=; omv-salt deploy run --no-color fstab 2>&1' with exit code '100': ERROR: The state 'fstab' does not exist
At this point I'm getting both frustrated and desperate, since the nas itself is working just fine, the original firmware won't work due to something on the flash being corrupted, unraid seemed stable but performance wasn't all that great. So, what do I do now... I just want to mount the data volume somehow so omv can create shared folders on it, I first changed everything from /dev/dm-xx to uuids, then saved and systemctl daemon-reload to then reboot, I then removed the line the installer created and replaced it with "#UUID=688911d5-2270-4150-a71d-001de0c9e1ea /srv/disk-by-uid-688911d5-2270-4150-a71d-001de0c9e1ea xfs rw,relatime,attr2,inode64,logbufs=8,logbsize=32k,sunit=1024,swidth=5120,noquota"
after making the propper directory on /srv ... but still nothing...