Posts by NothingNowhere

    Hello all,


    I have OMV on a Raspberry Pi 3 which is always on (box A).


    I also have OMV on a HP microserver which is sometimes on (box B).


    Both are on my home network. I'd like a few folders on box A to be automatically backed up to box B, whenever box B is turned on.


    I thought Syncthing would suit but I don't want deletions replicated from A to B.


    What would be my options for this task?


    Thanks for your time.

    Hello all,


    I'm hearing a slight click from my brand new 5TB external USB, only running for a week or so.


    I checked the SMART logs in OMV and see this:


    ( for ease of reading, [snip] means odroidc2 smartd[26764]: Device: /dev/disk/by-id/ata-ST5000DM003 [SAT] )



    Should I be alarmed? I'm not sure how to interpret SMART errors.

    I don't think there are any syncthing arm64 packages anyway.

    Seems there are, I've installed it now and all fine.


    First I followed this to add their stable channel: https://apt.syncthing.net/


    Then this, to get it to run on boot: https://cuonic.com/posts/how-t…-syncthing-on-debian-boot


    Then I couldn't get to the webui until I edited the syncthing config.xml to set the GUI address to 0.0.0.0:8384
    nano ~/.config/syncthing/config.xml

    I'm belatedly following up on this. I ended up installing Docker, then running Deluge within that.


    It's been running a few days, seems OK.


    I reinstalled using the armbian image OMV_3_0_71_Odroidc2_3.14.79 from sourceforge.


    Once the standard OMV stuff was set up, I SSH'd in as user, installed Docker from here: https://github.com/MrDreamBot/arm64-docker-binaries


    Following the readme on that page, I couldn't get the install script to run with sudo ./install.sh but it worked with sudo bash install.sh


    Then as suggested, reboot and add user to the docker group.


    Then to set up Deluge on Docker, I used this: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-deluge-arm64


    I left out the UMASK_SET and used the user account I'd made as above (I'm not sure if there is an advantage to making a specific user for deluge as I'm a linux noob).


    Then I ran docker start deluge and could log in to the Deluge webui.


    Only problem then was that the download folder (within the Deluge webui config) had a capital D by default for some reason, which gave errors when testing a torrent. Once I set it to match the actual folder (i.e. all lowercase) we were done!

    Hello all,


    I'm running OMV 3.0.74 on odroid C2, which is ARM64.


    Trying to install the deluge plugin from OMV extras, I get:




    If I try to install any dependencies listed from a shell, I get the same problem.


    The apt clean button doesn't seem to help here.


    Any thoughts?

    Thanks, uninstall seems to have addressed that problem, but now apt-get gives me this error:



    Code
    W: Failed to fetch https://dl.bintray.com/openmediavault-plugin-developers/erasmus-sync/dists/jessie/Release Unable to find expected entry 'main/binary-arm64/Packages' in Release file (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file)

    omv-extras (testing and stable) and sync are the only enabled repos in the OMV-Extras section.

    Hello all,


    I've recently got an odroid c2 and have got things up and running, nearly...


    I'm getting this while checking plugins for updates:


    All other updates and upgrades seem to have worked fine, this seems to just relate to plugins.


    How can I fix this?

    Great, thank you. I'll report back once I've had a crack at this.


    [EDIT]


    Yes, seems to be fine.


    I had SysRescueCD on a USB stick so used gparted on that to edit the partitions:
    shrank the system partition to ~100GB, made a ~2.1TB partition for parity data and another for temporary space using the remainder.

    Hello all,


    I have an older HP microserver with 4x2TB and 1x3TB. My plan was to use the 2TB drives for data using SnapRaid plugin.


    I want to partition the 3TB with a small partition for OMV system, then use the rest for SnapRaid's parity (or maybe some space for temp files in a 3rd partition).


    This way I avoid having to use USB flash for the OMV system. Would this work?


    Thanks,
    NN

    Hello all,


    I got a RPi 3 mainly to use as storage for a new IP camera. I plumped for OMV and am pleased with it (using v2.2.9). I added a 2TB USB drive, 2.5 inch so the RPi powers it and it's nearly silent.


    The camera is a Hikvision DS-2CD2142FWD-I, I had hoped to use a NFS share on OMV for storage but it can also use SMB. Both devices are wired on my home network.


    I had some problems setting it all up (both camera and OMV settings) so thought I'd share things here. I'm new to OMV, a total amateur with linux, so any comments or feedback welcome.


    These Hikvisions cameras seem to have problems with NFS, as documented here.


    Basically the NFS share appears to be initialised properly by the camera, but soon enough it appears to be uninitialised and can't be used. Apparently it's a bug with any storage space over 200GB. One option might be to set up a specific partition of 200GB and have that as a NFS share, and on the above link they have some ways of doing so with virtual disks.


    I went for setting up a SMB share, cos then you can set the camera to log into the SMB with a user, and the user is set with a quota of 200GB. So here's what I did...


    In OMV:
    1. Create an empty, shared folder for your camera to use, I called mine IPcamVideo.
    2. Create a new user (e.g. hikcamuser). Add them to the sambashare group.
    3. While still viewing the list of users, give the new user R/W privileges to access your IPcamVideo share.
    4. Under the file systems view, select the device where the share resides. Click on 'quota' above and give your hikcamuser user a quota of 200GB.


    In the config of the camera:
    5. Find the storage management option, click on the Net HDD tab.
    6. Choose an empty entry, select SMB/CIFS, enter the username of hikcamuser (or whatever you chose), and their password.
    7. Just above that, enter the IP address of your OMV device amd the file path is /IPcamVideo (or whatever you chose). Click the test button, it should be OK, so then click Save below.
    8. On the HDD management tab, select your new device, which should be listed as uninitialised with 200GB capacity. Click format. (don't worry, it doesn't actually format anything, it sets up a directory structure).
    9. Once done, select it again and edit the 'percentage of record' box near the bottom to give 95% to video, the rest to JPGs. Click save.


    I think that's all. Any comments or feedback welcome. If there's a way of giving a quota to an NFS share in OMV, without doing things with partitions or virtual disks, that could be useful.

    Well, not quite it seems. All was fine on install, but after a reboot the service didn't start. No response on the LMS web GUI, it wasn't listed in 'top', netstat showed nothing listening on port 9000.


    If I uninstalled LMS and reinstalled it using the .deb, it worked until reboot.


    Googling suggested it was a problem in the perl setup with that LMS version 7.8 - I didn't fully understand that I admit. The easiest solution was to install a nightly .deb (the ARM build) of LMS 7.9 from here: http://downloads.slimdevices.com/nightly/?ver=7.9


    So far, so good, I've rebooted a few times and all as expected.

    Hello all,


    I have OMV 2.2.5 on a Raspberry Pi 3. It runs an external powered USB3 drive (Maxtor D3).


    The drive is listed as /dev/sda under the Physical Disks section.
    Under 'File Systems', it's there as /dev/sda1 using ext4 but on reboot it does not automount.


    If I manually mount it using the web GUI it seems to be fine.


    I tried the suggestions here but no change: http://www.htpcguides.com/prop…usb-storage-raspberry-pi/


    Any other ideas anyone?


    Thanks,
    NN