Posts by numsi

    I have huge files that I need to copy over from my NAS to my PC (when working on projects), so I'm planning on building 10 gigabit LAN network and I need to squeeze as much read bandwidth as I can.

    Thank you for your reply.

    I have a very fast cpu. Is there any downside to OMV having setup for only software raid? I mean in the sense of not being as fast as a hardware RAID?

    I'm planning on having two drives in raid 1.


    I've read that if you have raid 1, the read speed should be faster than if you only use rsync to simulate raid 1 functionality.

    Is this true? Is there any advantage to using raid 1, instead of manually setting up realtime backup from one drive to another?

    not possible ATM, only implemented for security updates starting with version 5.6.3

    There is an open issue for this feature in github that you may want to support via a reaction

    Alright, but can't I just use some standard cron job to update debian like `apt-get update && apt-get upgrade`?

    What is the implication of that vs using the webUI's approach?


    How can I setup automatic updates in OMV?

    I'd like to be able to schedule the installation of all the packages (once per month) that are shown in the `Update Management` section in the webUI.


    Mine came from ebay.

    A review on Amazon says it worked with Debian without any extra work. I don't have one so I can't confirm. If you want to send me one, I will test it :)

    Haha I like your sense of humor :). Anyway I am grateful for the info you provided

    Out of the box. I don't remember the last time I compiled a driver for hardware.

    Thank you for the info. Since I cannot get my hands on Mellanox, do you have any info on the Intel NICs, more specifically X550-T1 intel? Would that work right off the bat? I am looking into Base-T connection.

    Yes I guess you are right. So what is the most commonly used 10GBe NIC for debian?

    this one in case you have one address with multiple under address

    This still doesn't work for me...

    This is my configuration for nginx and proxmox, but i use https, inside nginx you use letsencrypt certificate? and on router you open the port 80 and 443 with ip port of your OMV machine?

    Yes I use letsencrypt certificate and yes I have both ports 80 and 443 open. I have nginx working properly for sonarr and radarr so I know that the issue is with wiki.js.

    hi, why you don't enter with https?, anyway

    I tried it just now, and it doesn't seem to work.
    So what I'd like the path to be is

    I'm having troubles setting up nginx config for wiki.js. I am running the beta (version 2.0.0-beta.275) on a docker container. So far I've tried to use the official documentation on nginx - but it won't work. Maybe it is because the documentation is for the previous version (version 1.0.117)

    This is from the official doc:

    Has anyone had experience with setting it up?

    maybe this helps:…oxy-sonar-ver-issue/17506

    Otherwise you could set up letsencrypt including a nginx reverse proxy in docker with the linuxserver/letsencrypt image. An up to date guide is also provided:…rypt-nginx-starter-guide/

    I've fixed it - I made a simple mistake and forgot to reboot sonarr :). After that everything worked fine. Thanks for the links I will check them out

    I have followed this tutorial:…darr-sonarr-transmission/

    I’ve successfully installed the certificate, and installed sonarr as docker image – and configured ngnix. The problem is that i get the following
    web page when I try to load (this image shows my internal IP, but the same thing happens if I use my domain):

    I’ve port forwarded port 80 and 443 in my router to my OMV server. Also the OMV server has ports 80 and 443 setup in general settings > web administration.
    What am I missing for the reverse proxy to work?

    My OMV has the following private IP In order to implement LetsEncript cert I had to port forward ports 80 and 443 from my router (as you can see on the image)

    And that is all well and good, the certificate works. But the problem is Docker. When I have these ports forwarded, then when I try to pull image from Docker Hub, a timeout happens. That means that the docker hub cannot communicate back to the OMV. What do I need to change so I can have Let's Encrypt and docker working?