Posts by Frepke

    Can we compare /etc/cron-apt/config;


    I've got an update message in my mailbox this morning (got this every time an update is available)

    [HPt630.local] CRON-APT completed on HPt630.local [/etc/cron-apt/config]

    CRON-APT RUN [/etc/cron-apt/config]: Thu Jan 14 04:00:01 CET 2021

    CRON-APT SLEEP: 2947, Thu Jan 14 04:49:08 CET 2021

    CRON-APT ACTION: 3-download

    CRON-APT LINE: /usr/bin/apt-get dist-upgrade -d -y -o APT::Get::Show-Upgraded=true

    Reading package lists...

    Building dependency tree...

    Reading state information...

    Calculating upgrade...

    The following NEW packages will be installed:


    The following packages will be upgraded:


    1 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.

    Need to get 50.7 MB of archives.

    After this operation, 284 MB of additional disk space will be used.

    Get:1 buster-backports/main amd64 linux-image-5.9.0-0.bpo.5-amd64 amd64 5.9.15-1~bpo10+1 [50.7 MB]

    Get:2 buster-backports/main amd64 linux-image-amd64 amd64 5.9.15-1~bpo10+1 [1500 B]

    Fetched 50.7 MB in 1s (35.5 MB/s)

    Download complete and in download only mode

    So it works for me :)


    Hi all,

    I've got some Nginx alerts in the mail since a week or so, my system hangs when the errors occur.

    No clue why this happens and what I can do to solve this.



    Can you please run the command LANG=C.UTF-8 omv-salt deploy run collectd and post the output?

    I've the same problem, can't uninstall diskstats

    After upgrading OMV to version 5.5.8, I could remove diskstats normally

    You have an file "openmediafault.list", this can't be right. It's openmediavault with a "v" not with an "f".

    Think you can delete the file with an "f"

    You run the wrong image/tag. Think you’ve to use the arm64 tag for the RPi4.

    For the port you can use -p 81:80 or something else (-p xx:80)

    Hello, I have installed an Openmediavault 5 on my Raspberry Pi and everything works fine so far. Now I want to copy my important data to a second HDD every 15 minutes. I have created a job under RSync to do this and when I start it manually everything works. However, the job does not start alone every 15 minutes. Does anyone have any idea what I can do !?

    Post a screenshot from your settings.

    A yeah sorry is omv-confdbadm

    votdev should you maybe include a db maintain task (postinst or cron or other) to clean the db from duplicate entries or entries that are suppose to only exist once.

    I did it with read instead of show, the result is now (after I removed the two entry's as mentioned before):

    sudo omv-confdbadm read conf.system.notification.notification
    [{"uuid": "c1cd54af-660d-4311-8e21-2a19420355bb", "id": "monitprocevents", "enable": true}, {"uuid": "8deb96bd-10d6-4eb8-9e3d-0938f2bcbb30", "id": "monitloadavg", "enable": false}, {"uuid": "03dc067d-1310-45b5-899f-b471a0ae9233", "id": "monitmemoryusage", "enable": true}, {"uuid": "fbf7973e-57a6-4c4a-8b7d-353653b596a5", "id": "monitcpuusage", "enable": true}, {"uuid": "d1ce47d1-d8d5-4f43-9f5c-36a30d818734", "id": "monitfilesystems", "enable": true}, {"uuid": "9be77408-d896-4bf5-9a4f-1adcc16381ec", "id": "mdadm", "enable": true}, {"uuid": "bd784490-a15c-47a9-9930-9f5897804654", "id": "smartmontools", "enable": true}, {"uuid": "394cd565-e463-4094-a6ab-12e80270e9b4", "id": "cronapt", "enable": true}]

    I've got three entry's in the xml (see below). I removed the last two and now I can apply the new settings.

    But I haven't any clue what I've removed now :(

    When running omv-confadm show conf.system.notification.notification i've got an error:

    -bash: omv-confadm: command not found.