Posts by Blabla

    There was an option in the Samba plug-in, not sure if in the general settings or in the option of the single share.

    I also found this:

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    On a Samba share (Unix implementation of SMB/network share protocol) you will also need these additional steps, because by default Samba do not store folder attributes.

    1. First make sure Samba stores DOS-style permissions (like "read only"), by adding this line on your share definition (/etc/samba/smb.conf):
      store dos attributes = yes
    2. Restart Samba (sudo service samba restart)

    I think the option was to enable DOS-style permissions

    Hi everyone,

    with OMV5 I changed the icon of some folder on Windows. In the SMB share there was a settings to let it show custom icon.

    After upgrading the folders all have the default icon and I can't find the setting to enable custom folder in OMV6.


    Do you know how can I enable them again? :(


    UPDATE: solver by updating folderico from 6.1 to 7.0.

    I also noticed that the pool is still avaible from windows, even if it's not the file system tab:

    Sorry to disturb so soon but after the upgrade I got this error:

    I went into the new OMV webUI and in mergeFS I had nothing.

    It's not an issue if I have to create manually a new pool, but I fear that there might some dirt in the system. Do i need to check anything in particular?


    After the update i didn't touch anything, in the webui I have a pending configuration change but I was waiting before give an ok.

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    You don't have to do anything. The upgrade process should install openmediavault-mergerfs, migrate your unionfilesystems pool (which is mergerfs too), and remove unionfilesystems.

    Thanks! From the post I didn't have clear if I had to it manually.

    Also thanks again for the diskstats answer :)

    Hi,

    I wanted to upgrade from OMV6 but this line is stopping me:

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    openmediavault-unionfilesystems - moving to openmediavault-mergerfs - done

    I'm currently using unionfilesystems so that I can see my two disks as unique one.

    Before upgrading I need to uninstall it? If yes, do I need to do anything?


    Also, what about diskstats? I can't see it in the list

    Hi everyone,

    before upgrading to OMV6 I want to return to the stable debian kernel. I switch to proxmox because I wanted to use ZFS but in the end I'm not using anymore.

    The issue is that I removed all the Debian kernel a while ago.

    How can I install the latest debian kernel?

    I'll then delete the proxmox kernels using this:

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    apt-get purge pve-kernel* pve-headers*

    I agree that the sticking the post in the blog wouldn't solve much. I think it would be better to push a small update on OMV that will prompt the user with a warning "this version is EOL, it will keep working but it won't recieve any new update" or something like that.

    I would also add a link to the wiki page for the upgrade just in case.

    You should look at techodadlife videos or DB tech. They have many guides that are really straight forward.

    Also if you look at other platforms, you would see that basically everyone use docker for everything when it comes to homelabs. It's easy to use and manage and doesn't require the OMV/freenas/unraid developer to waste time in a plugin.

    Hi everyone,

    because of some blackout I had in the last few days I now have some checksum errors on my ZFS raidz1 .


    This is the message that I got tonight.

    What should I do now? Do I need to backup everything and recreate the pool?

    Hi everyone,

    because of some blackout I had in the last few days I now have some checksum errors on my ZFS .


    This is the message that I got tonight.

    What should I do now? Do I need to backup everything and recreate the pool?