Posts by ne20002

    This is what I thought. But why?

    I use Firefox and connect to the pi-kodi by its name. A host query on my maschine gives me three IPs for the pi-kodi: one IPv4, one IPv6 ULA and one IPv6 with public prefix.

    It also happens on a very few pages only. Right on/after the login and when going to System Information -> Performance statistics.

    If I connect to the pi-kodi by IPv4 or IPv6, everything works fine.

    As this behaviour only happens on OMV 5 (i have two pis), never happened before with OMV 4 (where I didn't had IPv6) and does not happen at all on any other system or web-site, I wonder where the problem is.


    I've setup a new Raspberry Pi 3+ with OMV 5 and have problems right after login. Not allways, but often Just right after clicking I get this:

    Error #0:

    OMV\HttpErrorException: Invalid IP address. in /usr/share/php/openmediavault/

    Stack trace:

    #0 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/ OMV\Session->validateIpAddress()

    #1 /var/www/openmediavault/index.php(34): OMV\Session->validate()

    #2 {main}

    Raspberry has been set up with newest Raspbian and with the install script as mentioned in the documentation in the download area for single board computers. The only thing I chnaged is that I reenabled ipv6 as this was not working after installation. Following another thread I changed in /etc/sysctl.d/99-openmediavault.conf the

    # Enable/Disable IPv6

    net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1

    net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6 = 1

    to 0. With this change I get correct IPv6 (public and ULA), with correct routing and listed in DNS on the router.

    But it now kicks me out sometimes and I wonder if this is due to the different ip addresses (which shouldn't be a problem). So is there maybe some of the UI pages relying fixed on IPv4 maybe?

    Any help welcome.

    King regards



    I need some help setting up a containter with tvheadend. I use linuxservers/tvheadend and they state that if one needs multicast (I do) the container needs to connect to host network (and P flags needs to be removed).

    I didn't manage to do so in OMV 5 with portainer.

    Every time I try to join the container to host network, it says: container cannot be disconnected from host network or connected to host network.

    As I'm new to docker/portainer,any help is highly welcome.

    Kind regards


    I'd also like to have the hardware monitoring for my nas. Sensors are in place and even show up in syslog. But a plugin serving the charts would be very helpfull.
    Also, fan control would be really appreciated.

    Would give a donation for this.

    Basically this is a feature I'd like to see as well.

    I have just set up a omv server (replacing my WHS2011) and I start to love it. Even as I see there a few things missing ..

    I have a pi as an always on controll server for home automation and I'd like this device to monitor the UPS (as is is always on). But on the UPS there is also the OMV NAS. Which could be shut down if the plugin would support remote monitoring. I may also think of a szenario where I have more than one UPS serving different devices. So my whish would be:

    * Allow more than one UPS to be monitored (with that tabs in OMV?)
    * UPS can be local or remote.
    * Define how the computer shall act on a UPS message (usually shutdown) per UPS
    * for local UPS allow remote monitoring

    That should serve nearly any requirement one can think of.