My backup function doesn't look like that in 4.x. I still only see shared folder, root device, extra options. I don't have the option to change the Method. Am I using the wrong plugin?
Problem solved. I accidentally scheduled two cron jobs for SnapRAID that runs at same time.
I upgraded from 3.x to 4.x recently and just received a warning email from OMV about the status of SnapRAID. It says the following:
Do I need to do anything to fix this? I thought /tmp folder is cleared on each reboot. Do I need to remove existing /tmp/snapraid?
If I get this error message, does that mean SnapRAID fails to run?
Upgrade went well, on 4.x now. Thanks for the help.
Understood, thank you.
I read some posts that said I need to remove plugins before upgrading. How do I handle that? Do I need to remove openmediavault-omvextrasorg 3.4.30 plugin and its related sub-plugins? I am using omv-backup, snapraid, union file system.
So first remove the children plugins (omv-backup, snapraid, union file system) and then remove the openmediavault-omvextrasorg 3.4.30 plugin, is this correct?
I checked and it looks like these plugins are also supported in 4.x. To reinstall the plugins I need to install openmediavault-omvextrasorg_latest_all4.deb via the web interface and then reinstall the related children plugins (omv-backup, snapraid, union file system)?
Ok, I will backup with clonezilla. Thanks for the advice.
I'm preparing to upgrade to OMV 4 so I made a backup of OMV via the openmediavault-backup 3.11 plugin. If I need to do a restore, what is the process? I see the backup folder that was created but I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do with it if I need to use it.
The plugins I'm currently using are omvextrasorgs, omv-backup, snapraid, and union file system. Not sure if that has an impact or not.
Does the box work again when you put back your old CPU? Normally I would not expect a CPU change to cause this kind of issue unless the instruction set support was different between the CPUs.
Are the CPU virtualization enhancements still turned on in the BIOS? Sometimes called AMD-Vi/VT-d or SVM (secure virtual machine) Mode?
Because your using fstab the mount is mapped to root. If you are using a desktop the the file browser should be fine. Otherwise use uid in the fstab line.
That is described in the ubuntu wiki for mounting cifs.
Thanks! That fixed the problem. I don't know how I missed the uid option when I was reading the wiki... I guess I shouldn't setup NAS while low on sleep.
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I can't seem to figure out why I am unable to write to mounted CIFS/SMB shares using my Ubuntu box. The same share folders are mounted to my Windows 10 PCs using the same account and it has have full read/write access. When I mount the same folders in Ubuntu with the same user I can only read.
Every time I try to create a file or folder in the mounted CIFS/SMB folder I get permission denied. I can only create files or folders if I use sudo. I assume it must be a permission issue, but I am unsure what permissions I need to add in OMV. The user "media" has R/W permission to the folder. I have used the OMV extra tool to make sure to reset the permissions and remove ACL.
Settings in OMV:
line in /etc/fstab from Ubuntu box:
output of df from Ubuntu box:Code