since my 2.5Gb network card is not supported by Debian 9 I gave the update to OMV5 another shot.
Following running the script from post 38 here:
This error occured...is this a problem?
The onboard 1gb works flawless as eth0 (mostly 90MB+)
This is the interface for the home network... The second with 2.5gb is for PC - NAS only
I added a PCIe 2.5Gb network card with RTL8125b chipset (Delock)
But I am not able to add it to the network interfaces. I only see three veth interfaces to select which differ each time I am starting up.
I followed the instructions here:
3 files are new there: rtl8125a-3.fw, rtl8125b-1.fw and rtl8125b-2.fw
But still I cannot add the additional network card...this card should have a direct link to a second network card in my PC to optimize transfers.
PCIe Mode is set to auto in the j4105 Bios
Thanks in advance
ok, I saw also that my Plex Server was reset and then I saw that basically all docker images where reset.
So I reinstalled my OMV4 image with Clonezilla and everything is back to normal...all configs there...and also cloudcmd normal.
Perhaps it had something to to switching to proxmox?
I don't think I ever set read/write or any other permissions to use CloudCMD... I just mapped it in the container settings and that was that.
Same with me with OMV4...but I ll take a look.
Perhaps I'll even restore my old clonezilla image and try what was the status just before the upgrade.
Did you bind mount the folders you want to see in cloud commander?
I see all shared folders in cloud cmd (and filezilla) like in OMV ui shared folders.
As written...I see everything in "config"...not in the other folders, except the in the UI specified "Downloads" (also no content there).
You need to check the ownership and permission of files and folders in the shell.
isn't this exactly what I can do under ACL in the shared folder options?
read/write for all needed users incl. root and docker is also selected
Thanks guys, I skipped the idea with mirroring the drive for now.
Saving the image on the data disk worked well (and was also needed when upgrading).
can be closed.
I just updated to OMV5 via the instructions which went pretty smooth (on second try).
Now I wanted to upgrade to a 2.5Gb RTL8125B network card. I found a thread which I was not able to tackle because of this one:
I am running cloud commander via docker, but strangly I don't see (almost) any files. I set exactly the same privileges and ACL configs for all shared folders.
For "config" I see all all files and folders, but for the others not, with the exception, that I can see the "Downloads" path in the "Share" drive (without contents). The difference I saw, that "config" had read/write checked for user docker...I changed that for "share" but no change. (see below read/write is set for everyone).
The same thing when I connect via Filezilla from Windows client.
I don't have any problems in the windows explorer, but of course cannot move the RTL driver to the needed folder from there.
ACL is read/write for everybody, so no restrictions currently.
I did use Cloudcmd on OMV a while ago, but never had problems.
Thanks for your ideas.
Thanks, but it did not solve my problems completely:
- yes I did a backup of the OS Drive to the Data Drive
- I was not able to clone the 275GB (not 256GB btw) drive to the 240GB new drive
--- neither with disk to disk option (disk size too small)
--- neither with restore image (restoring to new disk)
Total occupied image size is ~16GB
Any other options?
my NAS (based on a j4105) was running pretty well for a year now with OMV4. I saw the possibility of upgrading to OMV5 with a script.
To be on the save side, I wanted to create a backup copy of my system disk.
The problem is: OMV is currently on a 256GB SSD and I just bought a only 240GB, and since it is a byte by byte copy the new one is too small I assume?
Do I need then go over clonezilla and follow this rather old instructions here?
Windows did not recognize the drive with a letter after the failed DD (Option 1) try and also was not able to delete the volume in disk management.
If this approach would work I could swap the main disk to the 240GB and then create the automatic task like in the Option 1.
I would be happy for an advice this. Since my kids series are on the data drive and also the PVR is saving there, I only have a limited "window of opportunity"
Thanks in advance.