Ok, obvously it is a bad idea to change network settings in omv gui. After I reverted all my settings (static ips, port) via the omv gui and set it all up again directly in the settings-files via shell everything works as I want.
I just installed OMV4 and updated to the latest version. Then I setup the ipv6 network, the omv-web-gui ist reachable via ipv6 -> which means that ipv6 ist setup correctly.
I can login via ssh ipv4, but not via ipv6. The router port is opened, and if I scan it from outside I see that the port is reachable. But If I try to connect I always get "ssh: connect to host MYIPV6 port MYPORT: Connection refused"
Any idea why I cannot login via ipv6?
Same issue here. Docker and gui are full functionable, but ist there a possibility to get rid of this message?
oh... so maby you can recomend a simplier way for accessing the omv shares from an external connection? Use case: I want to work remote
But what about the subnet? The home-network has these settings: 192.168.178.0 / 255.255.2550
but the vpn network has these: 10.8.0.0 / 255.255.255.0
Will the shares be visible?
I've installed and configured the openVPN plugin, created a user and certificates, imported the client configuration to the openVPN-Client on my Laptop (Windows 10). I'm able to connecct to the omv openVPN-server, also i'm getting a valid IP (10.8.0.6). But I cannot see the network devices and my shares. Any tipps where I went wrong?
Here's a screenshot of the configuration:
Thanks in advance!
Just a hint, I installed a fresh OMV 3.0.59 system. When choosing between Plex as docker-image vs plex as omv-plugin I decided to install it via omv-plugin. Maybe it would be easier for you to manage plex via plugin then resolving the docker issues?
Ok, so far so good... Everything worked fine. Eccept docker. The whole docker - thing is new for me, maybe someone can help:
I've got a clean image of jessie where I want install NGINX (just for testing, I know there ist allready a NGINGX-image). I want this container to work as host in my network.
So here is the docker part:
and here the container
But if I start the container, my router is not reporting any new host. So how do I find the IP and the right port for ssh? Log is empty...
Here the outpout of details:Code"ResolvConfPath": "/var/lib/docker/containers/d56c3b955e53231fd8fb57ed31798a442a190fb3d95d6a4fc2e088d2cae0d40c/resolv.conf","HostnamePath": "/var/lib/docker/containers/d56c3b955e53231fd8fb57ed31798a442a190fb3d95d6a4fc2e088d2cae0d40c/hostname","HostsPath": "/var/lib/docker/containers/d56c3b955e53231fd8fb57ed31798a442a190fb3d95d6a4fc2e088d2cae0d40c/hosts","LogPath": "/var/lib/docker/containers/d56c3b955e53231fd8fb57ed31798a442a190fb3d95d6a4fc2e088d2cae0d40c/d56c3b955e53231fd8fb57ed31798a442a190fb3d95d6a4fc2e088d2cae0d40c-json.log",
I tried Seafile. I found it slightly faster than Own/NextCloud, but it was also less flexible. Files are enrypted and stored in chunks, which makes them unreadable outside of Seafile, it lacked a proper photo gallery, and it couldn't connect to external sources.
Nextcloud is pretty much the best IMO, but install, configuration, and updates are bit complicated.
Thank you for the feedback! I'm currently installing my new System, then I'll go for nextcloud and skip Seafile!
I don't know pydio, but yes, after some internal team-problems some people from owncloud started an own company called nextcloud. I'd go for nextcloud.
OK, I think I've got all I need. Thank you for your support!
It is kind of like Virtualbox but Docker is much lighter weight and isn't virtualization. It is a jail running on the OS using the host's kernel but has its own libraries allowing you to use different versions.
Exactly what I need! Great!
Why plex via Plugin? I mean in case of plex-updates I'll always need to wait untill the plex-plugin is updated, right?
I don't use owncloud so I'm not sure about that one.
I was just wondering if I could mount that share from the virtualbox with the owncloud installation. But I'm pretty sure this is possible.
This docker-thing, completely new to me. But if I understand it correctly its similiar to virtualbox, right? Is it a virtual machine running on my NAS?
These are some nice thoughts ....
do I understand you right, that means
HDD0+HDD1+HDD2+HDD3+HDD4-------------> btrfs formated, unionfilesystem-------> used for several shares (owncloud, plex, pyload, and so on)
HDD5-------------> btrfs formated-------> rsync backup for some specified shares mentioned above (the necessary files won't be more than 3tb)
I like this setup.
Would you recommend installing owncloud, plex and so on as application on the base system or via virtualbox? And would the "owncloud"-share be reachable from that virtualbox "jail"?
- 2(RAID 1) drives for sensual data - owncloud, business stuff and so on...
- 4(i think RAID 0) drives for usual home use, photos, plex, teamspeak and stuff like that
how do you espacially seperate the file systems depending on their use?
Yes, you allready informed me about this possibility in this thread.
Well... Then I'll install it in a usb flash drive. Thanks for your support, I'll report the results when I'm done.
One further question, I can't figure out what file system to go for, ZFS or Ext4... Recommendations?
Hmmm... maybe i'm missing something.
Let me start otherway round: on freeNAS I had to download the installer-image file, burn it on a CD (or a flash drive, for example with Universal USB Installer) and boot from it. The system itself would be installed on a different drive - flash or HDD.
I assumed this would be the same with OMV... ?
With "unpack" i mean getting the iso conent on the flash drive.
Thank you very much!