At last I narrowed it down to NZB Hydra, deleted the current database and yml file and restored them from an older backup. It looks like te problem is solved now.
Every few hours my OMV machine is really busy and has a high processor load for about an half hour with an "out of memory" dump... It looks like a Docker/ Java problem but I am breaking my head to solve this. Has anyone an idea what's going on?
I found some documentation that the HPT5740e is PAE capable, my next test would be to try 8GB RAM with a version of Server 2008 (DataCenter or Enterprise)that supports 32bit PAE that could recognize the 8GB RAM.
Keep us posted!
I have also an T5740 as NAS. I placed an 10 gig 2.5 inch ide drive in it as system drive and i am using 2 USB drives (3 gig for downloads, data etc, 4 gig as Rsync backup drive) as storage and its working for about 3 years now perfectly. Recently i bought a memory upgrade for my laptop and used my old 2x 2 gig for the T5740, but it sees only 2.90 gig as useable... I know that the T5740 is 32bit but my understanding is that it should see all 4 gig ram with the PAE kernel. The Atom N280 processor is also PAE capable...
Do i miss something here? Or is the T5740 not capable (hardware limitiation) of using more than 3 gig ram?
Network RRD's fixed.
But still no TUN adapter.
I think you should try to get the tun adapter showing first. You should file a bug report to Volker on that. It may be why your network graphs are not working.
How and where do I file a bug report?
(Have never done it before)...
The solutions I mention resolved this exact problem on 2 of my vms.
I already tried the reset rrdcached trick but it did not help. The only thing i'm missing is the network rrd. The rest is/was there.
The same here, now using tapatalk...
Here the same problem. But also my tun adapter (vpn connection) is missing in the network interfaces tab. But i'm connected with my VPN provider.
kann mir einer sagen wie ich die aktuelle Kernelversion manuell installiert bekomme ?
It is not that hard.
SSH into OMV
Find the right kernel, zb: linux-image-3.16.bpo.pae
Debian changed the package name of the backports 3.16 kernel. So, you have to have the latest omv-extras installed (1.6) to get the proper package. I just installed it on my own server and it works well.
Okay, when I tried to install the backport kernel the latest omv-extras was 1.5. About a minute ago I saw the 1.6 update.
Yes. debian put new versions. You can either install manually or upgrade Omv-extras to the latest version
Okay, i'll give it a try.
Edit: Still not working with the latest omv-extras.
Edit 2: Manual method works.Quote
I had a problem with linux-image-3.16-0.bpo.2-486 with isc-dhcpd-server or dnsmasq - dhcpd doesn`t work properly, didn`t offer IP. When I back to 3.2.0-4-686-pae #1 all working perfectly - so be carefull.
Thanks for the warning, but i don't need DHCP.
I tried to install the backports kernel, but this is what I get:
When I try to find the kernel at the Debian page: "Error, no such package"
Did Debian deleted the kernels?
I have also a P4 3.0 ghz HT processor and i have HT enabled.
Search for the right kernel, this is the one you must install: linux-image-3.2.0-0.bpo.4-686-pae
Reboot, done. HT enabled and rock solid without any problems.
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I ran a VPN (client only) on my router (Linksys E4200) using Tomato (Shibby) for about a year with mixed results. I found it overheated the router which would freeze, particularly in summer. The issue with this was that you would have to restart it at source. . . . i.e. I had no remote access to restart it. The other benefit I found of shifting the VPN to my server has been that my download speeds doubled, I assume due to the additional grunt of the server over the router.
I've got no overheating problems, but I only run a VPN server on the router. The client is running on the OMV box.
I came up with another solution since I'm using a VPN connection to the outside world. I ran also into the remote acces problem.
But, I have Tomtato RAF firmware installed on my router so I setted up a VPN server on the router and when I must use remote acces I simply setup a VPN connection to the router and can do everything like before. Even more, I can also acces my homegroup so it's very simple to copy and move from and to remote locations.
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That is a lot more than I thought. I bet a lot of downloads are from Intel users downloading the 386 image because they think the amd64 image is for amd processors only. But I suppose some be running older atom or xeon systems.
I really don' believe that. Because the people who build a homemade NAS do have computer skills and do know the difference between x64/x86. The OMV users (custom hardware and install) are not the grandmothers and mothers in law.
That said I have two OMV boxes, one x64 @work (sleeping barracks, military, as media distribution) so powerconsumption and noise is no problem, and one x86 @home, the last one is a Optiplex SX270, small, silent, 3tb usb drive, P4 2.4, 2gb mem, 1gb lan, low powerconsumption, but x86. It is a really fine NAS/ OMV machine.
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Yes, it relates to my post on UIDs and GIDs. It was a fresh install but you had added/removed things, and this can happen.
Okay, never thought of it, my mediabox is wireless connected. Anyway, problem solved, thanks!