Posts by bookie56

    Hi again!

    Seen a lot on the forum about this "no arrays found in config file or automatically..

    I have checked the output of fstab:

    Ok in the above my boot installation is on the usb and it is sde1 and not as stated sdf1 but as that doesn't matter here...


    I have also checked the readout for:

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    root@DN-Storage1:~# nano /etc/fstab
    root@DN-Storage1:~# nano /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume
    GNU nano 3.2 /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume
    RESUME=UUID=<17360846-cd1f-4a35-96c8-7d9813ebb74c>
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    the uuid is the right one for my boot device....so why am I getting so many "no arrays found in config file or automatically"?


    bookie56

    Hi guys!

    Thanks for the helpful advice....used gparted and changed the sizes and now that is working ok...

    One thing though....getting the following on boot:

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    no arrays found in config file automatically

    This comes up about 30 times on boot...not using raid have zfs....

    Any suggestions?


    bookie56

    Hi KM0201:)

    I have found what has happened and I don't really understand why...

    Some one tell me why installing on my USB has created a swap of 12GB that I don't even use.....?!

    When one installs OMV it takes the whole drive so we don't get a chance to dictate partition sizes etc...

    So why would OMV decide to allocate 12GB to a swap that I am not even using.....

    Has anyone any suggestions?


    bookie56

    Hi guys!

    I have one of my servers booting from a flash drive 16GB....

    Everything has worked fine but updating it is a bit of a problem....

    When I run Update I get error from the UI so I tried via Putty and get this error:

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    http://deb.debian.org/debian/dists/buster/main/source/Sources Write error - write (28: The device is full)

    Is there a way to remove stuff not needed?

    Do I need to upgrade to a larger flash drive?

    If upgrading to a larger flash drive is the option - then how do I clone this to a larger drive without needing to do a complet reinstall?



    bookie56

    Hi again dleidert:)

    I apologise for not giving you the exact readouts of the commands....

    The systemd service is now running with the right information nameserver information...

    I will confess to loving Linux but not having the indepth knowledge that you have...

    Work on a daily basis with fixing problems with Windows....so never quite have enough time over....anyone dealing with the crap Windows 10 knows what I mean8o.

    I appreciate your patience and help!


    bookie56

    Hi dieidert:)

    I thought I already had...

    It points as I have already said to my old routers gateway.

    I have tried to implement via web interface a static IP even if my router sends out dhcp...that didn't work....

    I tried to set it via omv-firstaid to a static IP but that didn't work....



    bookie56

    Hi guys!

    Thanks for helping...

    OK...

    I, as I stated above, have pfSense as my router. I am using the built in network card for WAN and have an Intel Quad Port card for my networks...

    I have been trying to get around to setting up my office at home so that my private network doesn't overlap my company one....

    So, I have set up LAN_PRIVATE and WIFI_PRIVATE and the same for my company....LAN_COMPANY and WFI_COMPANY...each of these networks is a subnet.

    Both of the Wifi networks are physically connected to their own Access Points.

    I have set up aliases for my networks so that the Private networks do not talk to the Company ones.....

    This is working fine...

    Just that my OMV servers doesn't seem to want to work with the new firewalls DNS?

    When I checked the /etc/resolv.conf it is still using my old firewalls gateway....?

    I hear you SinE (don't have a pi-hole running on my network and I shouldn't need to set up this manually?

    With the initial installation of OMV via dhcp it gets its settings then and that works fine....

    I have already run OMV-Firstaid to force the new network IPs to be found and that also works fine...

    As I said before...I have reserved my whole network as before with dd-wrt...

    Just seems strange I have to set my DNS manually now...


    Any thoughts?


    bookie56

    Hi dieidert😀

    I have them set on dhcp and allocated ip's by pfsense as reserved mac addresses with as I had with dd-wrt. I can check /etc/resoive.conf A bit strange. When I added them to pfsense I gave them new ip's but that was no problem after running omv-firstaid.

    Hi guys....:)

    A few weeks ago I took the plunge and built a pfsense router....

    I have allowed all traffic on my home network and most of my computers haven't a problem.....but can't seem to update my omv servers?

    I get the same error from all of them "couldn't resolve deb.debian.org?

    I have a standard installation of Debian on my work server and that has no problem...

    Does anyone have any ideas.

    I have even reserved all of my computers in prsense...

    Why am not being able to update my servers...I have seven with the same problem....

    bookie56


    P.S should have said that I have 5.5.6-1


    Sorry this should have been posted in General....

    Hi raulfg3:)

    OK..thanks I will do that...

    I don't need to mount it in another O.S.


    I will have a read and see what gives...

    Thanks for coming by on a Sunday...


    bookie56

    Hi Guys.....:)

    Can someone remind me what I should be thinking here:

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    Some supported features are not enabled on the pool. The pool can still be used, but some features are unavailable. Action: Enable all features using 'zpool upgrade'. Once this is done, the pool may no longer be accessible by the software that does not support the features.

    Don't want to start crying because I made a bobo.....lol


    bookie56