Solved: For some reason, in Plugins, Plex plugin was installed even when i uninstalled it because I installed one on Docker. When uninstalled it, no more crashes. Edit:
At the bottom you see that Plex Media Server seems to be affected by 'corrupted page table'. If you get these messages with different processes I would run a round of memtest86 to check for memory corruption.
Can I run this test within OMV? or the bootable memtest would be best way to run it?
About the proccess of Plex you see there, Plex running on Docker so I turned off all images in Docker but the issue still presents with other messages.
My system started crashing suddenly a few days ago after some updates, I think it was kernet updates but i'm not sure. (I'm updating once a week if there's any updates via GUI).
I did backups via GUI feature of backup so I have few full backups.
Crashes happens after system up and wait for about 20-30 minutes so I can do a quick actions before it crash again and again.
Attached photo of crash, maybe logs will help but I can't get actually where the logs lays.
I had same issue and solved it.
OMV version: 4.1.19-1
Source of the issue:
Created shared folder to 'plexmediaserver' (Plex data).
Go to SMB/CIFS tab > Added those folders
Go to Shared folders > ACL > Added relevant user permissions (plex user and plex group)
Than restarted the service by command: