In the last week I tried to install OMV6 on my NAS and everything is worked fine until the last 2 days.
After the installation I set the static IP and then I regularly updated the plugins and installed omvextras, no connection issues detected.
Yesterday I decided to install docker and portainer for Plex container and when I deployed the image I got the error:
Deployment error Pulling plex (ghcr.io/linuxserver/plex:latest)... Get https://ghcr.io/v2/: dial tcp: lookup ghcr.io on [::1]:53: read udp [::1]:48906->[::1]:53: read: connection refused
So I checked my internet connection and I found internet not working. The LAN settings are OK because I didn't touch the configuration after the plugins update.
Do you think it's a OMV6 issue guys? Is there something I can do to fix it? Thanks guys!
Hi all, I've been using OpenVPN on Docker for a while to access the server with OMV 4.1.35-1 and I never had issues until a few days ago, when suddenly OpenVPN has been loading for a long time until it timed out... I don't see errors in the OMV interface, the OpenVPN service in the docker is running fine and the other services work well but I can't access the server if I'm far from home,
I looked for a solution and I renewed the CRL but it didn't work for me. Does anyone have an idea what I can do?
Thanks a lot!
Where did you remove it from? I'm not seeing this error when creating a share
I removed it from /etc/openmediavault/config.xml; I just edited the SMB plugin, saved it and now it's all ok, the service is working!
I recommend using the plex docker because I'm not going to maintain the plugin anymore
Ok, I followed the procedure, so I installed OMVExtras first and Plex container in the Docker.
Plex Media Server seems to work, now I'm updating media informations from Plex agents.
No problems if I play movies from the Plex web interface, both with the local and external network.
I had problems with the Plex app for Android but I think I have to wait for the media analysis to complete...
Thanks so much ryecoaaron, I know that you don't read PMs but I sent you one, if you want
Clear your browser cache.
Of course... How foolish I am... Ok, web GUI is working fine now, just 2 other question and then I'll leave you alone, I promise!
- SMB service gave me the error "The property 'nullpasswords' does not exist in the model 'conf.service.smb'"
I fix it by removing the nullpassword entry, like a user said, but I'd like to use this service in the future, how can I solve the problem?
- In the webGUI there is no Plex plugin installed now, but I can see it via SSH, it's a problem related to OMVExtras I guess, I have also OMV-Sensors installed and not visible in the webGUI, maybe I have an old version of these tools not compatible with OMV4... Is there a way to have them back without data loss?
Thanks a lot ryecoaaron, you are the real #1!
My apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade ended up working and was left with a shiny new OMV 4.x
Did it stop yet? If not, I would ctrl-c and reboot. Then do apt-get -f install
Hi Lethol, hi ryecoaaron!
Thank you very much for your help, I did what you said, openmediavault is now installed with no errors and dist-upgrade worked, but my omv web interface still has some problems, although it's now reachable and I can log in, in the attachments you will see what I am talking about!
Now I can see the horizon line!
This is the dpkg -l | grep openm result:Code
That is fine since it is removed. Try: apt-get install openmediavault
I always choose the "Install the new version" option when asked, the procedure "finished" with this error:Code
It seems like there is no "lvm2" package installed and I say "finished" because the procedure is still executing, stucked in the last line you can read from the code; should I CTRL+C to abort it?
What is the output of: dpkg -l | grep openm
Still have the 3.0.99Code
You have two newer kernels. So, it is just removing an unneeded one. I would proceed.
Ok done, I rebooted, sorry if I tell you what I do step by step but I am afraid to do anything at this point
What is the output of: dpkg -l | grep linux-imageCode
Pay attention to what it is removing in the line. Don't answer the question yes if it is removing anything openmediavault
This is the list of tools it will remove:
I am not sure about "linux-image-4.9.0-0.bpo.4-amd64"... Should I continue?
Installation finished with a single error:
I have no idea what it means
My mistake. I should've looked at the version of proftpd-basic in stretch. Your repos are changed to stretch already. You should be able to run omv-release-upgrade now.
Nope, still receive "command not found"
Maybe because of the bad installation of openmediavault with apt-get install openmediavault
It says something like:
sorry if I'm wrong with the translation
Can you post the output of: apt-get updateCode
- "Scaricamento di" means "Downloading"
- "Lettura elenco dei pacchetti... Fatto" means "Packages read... Done"
Still not sure why but you can change the line from
apt-get install proftpd-basic=1.3.5-1.1+deb8u2
apt-get install proftpd-basic=1.3.5b-4
I installed proftpd-basic with no errors, now if I try to install openmediavault this is the report:Code
Sorry for the italian lines, in english it should be:Code
Thanks again for your great support!
Then post the output of:
apt-cache policy proftpd-basic
Try the following lines (as root):
- apt-get updateCode
- apt-get install proftpd-basic=1.3.5-1.1+deb8u2
The openmediavault package must be uninstalled. What is the output of: dpkg -l | grep openmCode
Thanks a lot for your support, I'd like to keep my NAS plugins settings safe (like Plex) but if you think that SSD formatting is the only way I'll do it.
This should fix up your sources so you can run omv-release-upgrade:sed -Ei "s/(stable|oldstable|jessie)/stretch/g" /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* /etc/apt/sources.list
Thanks a lot! The manually update worked fine via SSH but web interface still doesn't work, should I upgrade to OMV4 with "apt-get dist-upgrade"? Sorry if I ask the obvious but I want to be sure of what I do... Thanks again!