Posts by Utsuho


    Thank for the answer. Its weird because fdisk tell me the partition was 10tb (size of the new disk) but indeed, gparted tell me something was not right. Thankfully I could repeared the partition with gparted, without losing my data.

    So its ok now, thx again ;)


    I'm a bit stuck and I need help, being very new to linux.

    I use openmediavault 4 with unionFS without any raid.

    I wanted to replace a full disk on my NAS with a new, larger one. So I copied the partition from my old disk, to the new one, using the command dd if = / dev / sda1 of = / dev / sdb1

    I removed the old drive on unionFS gui, then removed from the VM and physically from the NAS.

    I added the new disk on the VM and I see it listed in the "storage / disks" menu on OMV but in the "file systems" part I see the old partition.

    The weird point is that the device associated with this "old" partition is indeed my new disk, but the label and the size correspond to the old partition.

    How do I fix this? ;(

    I want to keep the data copied on the new disk.



    I'm new to OMV and I have a problem and a question :)
    I just installed OMV3 on an HP Proliant MicroServer Gen8, with a single 3to hard drive in ext4. I don't use RAID and use SMB to access media files on my NAS from two computer on windows 10.
    The problem is when I want to copy large files, from windows 10 to the NAS, I get the error "there is not enough disk space". But there is. And I must create sub folder on the NAS to continue to copy files. Same thing when I want to copy multiple files. I must do this in many times and with multiple sub folders.
    Have you ever encountered this ?

    And one question, it is possible, when I delete a file from SMB on windows, to send this file in a temporary trash folder on the NAS ? To avoid manipulation errors.

    Thanks :thumbsup: