Posts by Soma

    maddogni


    Delete those folders and (as macom stated), let the stack create the folders which will be made with the proper permissions.

    Not only that, don't use spaces on the volumes.


    Your stack has some deviations that need to be corrected.

    And where did you get the info for the port 5800???

    Jdownloader only requires port 3129.


    First, delete the previous made folders:

    sudo rm -rf /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-6ae83d2c-19f7-4998-a59b-e6265e098060/config

    sudo rm -rf /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-3a12e3d0-faff-4b9d-b91a-186ff43612ae/Downloads


    You can then use this stack, to place the folders on the proper drives:


    Launch the stacks and then, check the logs to see if all is OK:

    docker logs -f jdownloader (Ctrl+C to exit)

    Same issue here: no login form, just light blue screen.

    OVM6 installed with recommended install script on a fresh Raspbery Pi 4


    • I tried many browsers on different devices with the same negative experience: Safari@MacBook, Chrome@MacBook, Firefox@MacBook, Safari@iPad Pro, Firefox Klar@MacBook Pro, Safari@iPadMini.
    • I reinstalled OVM twice: same negative experience
    • I reinstalled Raspbian and OMV: same negative experience


    Any more ideas?

    Explain the exact steps you took to install raspiOS:

    Which image?

    Which flasher of the sdcard?

    Did you configure the user, if you used the Raspberry imager?

    Even shared folders and SMB shares?
    I stopped all containers now, only Portainer and Docker are running, can I stop them too or I have to delete them?

    No need, I guess.

    But if you pointed the docker root to mergerfs, I don't know what it will cause.


    Just try to remount the mergerfs now.

    Yes I have containers pointed to the mergerfs.

    I don't use mergerfs so I can't help you.

    Only thing is, do not user mergerfs to hold docker containers configs.

    Use a single drive/path for it.


    You can try to stop ALL containers/services pointing to the mergerfs and see if you can mount it.

    Ive got only HDD (12) and two ssds for System and system related storage.

    Only 12 HDD???

    How are they connected? Some more info on hardware will help.

    And try

    mount | grep /dev/sd


    And according to dmesg, your root drive (sdk1) mounts properly at the beginning of boot, and errors out later on:

    Code
    [   33.369086] EXT4-fs (sdk1): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: (null)
    ....
    [   45.704409] Adding 16729084k swap on /dev/sdk5.  Priority:-2 extents:1 across:16729084k SSFS
    ....
    [10474.901478] EXT4-fs (sdk1): re-mounted. Opts: errors=remount-ro


    According to dpkg, the unionfs didn't upgrade.

    Try to run the fix to see if it corrects itself:

    wget -O - https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/installScript/raw/master/fix5to6upgrade | sudo bash

    If using the latest official Raspberry imager v1.7.2, it's possible to select the latest lite 64bit.

    After selecting the sdcard to flash, and before clicking write, there's a dented wheel on the bottom right.

    Click it and some configurations can be done: setting the hostname, the user and password, local timezone and language, WiFi details if you use it.


    After setting all the above, write the image.


    That user will have SSH and sudo permissions

    the instructions say to use sudo.. they do not as he clearly pointed out.

    Which instructions?

    The github for the install script states it clearly that is needed, 😉

    And those should be the only instructions to follow.

    https://github.com/OpenMediaVa…-Developers/installScript


    There's a big problem with the amount of how-tos, guides, instructions scattered around the web because there's not a real proper way on how to do it.


    As soon as something is updated, either OS, app or whatever, the procedure changes.

    And we either keep up with it or use an outdated procedure.


    As for the 404 OP had, look at the pics:

    there's no pipe with sudo bash after the 1st command, 🤔


    Nonetheless, it's sorted.

    In the end, all it matters is having everything running properly, 😁