Posts by ohtanz

    OMV RAID does not recognize 2.5 "HDD with SATA connection.


    On the OMV, two 2.5inch-SATA connected HDDs are recognized as devices, can be added by the file system, and can be wiped, but they do not appear in the list of RAID creation. I can't create RAID1 with OMV.


    I created it using mdadm from the CLI command and made it recognized by OMV.


    Why is a 2.5inch HDD with SATA connection that is not USB connection not recognized by RAID?

    Is 2.5inch HDD not recommended as RAID?

    Please let me know.

    Please let me know how I can sync the directories under home.


    I tested synchronizing all OMV shared folders with OMV's Rsync Server for backup between two computers with OpenMediaVault installed.


    I configured both OMVs with the same user name, the same shared file name, the same SMB / CIFS service environment structure, and the same FTP service environment structure.


    The user's password and the user's shared folder permissions are all the same.


    The operating systems of the two computers are both Debian buster.


    The only difference is each LAN address.


    The reason for preparing the two OMVs in this way is to simplify the settings when synchronizing with SyncServer.


    I used the Push sync method on RsyncServer. In addition, SMB / CIFS data, subordinate directories, and FTP data can all be synchronized once a day by setting to delete data that is not in the sender.


    I created multiple jobs at the sender and multiple modules at the sync destination that also correspond to the jobs.


    And they all ran fine except the home directory.


    I have enabled the OMV user's home directory so that the share does not appear in the list of shares available in the net view and browser list.


    The system-wide synchronization by OMV's self-confidence synchronization function could not synchronize the user home directory.


    If you want to synchronize your OMV user home directories, you can easily do this in the following ways:


    I can easily sync by first disabling the OMV user home directory, simply using the user filename in a regular shared folder, and configuring with access restrictions only.


    However, all users will see directories that are unnecessarily inaccessible.


    It is unpleasant for users to see inaccessible directories. Also, if you use a number instead of a name so that the user is not identified, it will be difficult to manage.


    Such a method is not preferable.


    I want to use the user home directory provided by OMV.


    Please let me know how I can sync the directories under home.

    Although the installation time was off by about 6 months, the ISO image for installing the same version of OpenMediaVault was installed on the following two types of computers from the USB memory in uEFI mode (MBR: Master Boot Record) instead of BIOS mode (MBR: Master Boot Record). Start with GPT: GUID Partition Table) and use it on two types of computers.


    ISO image on USB stick

    OpenMediaVault_5.5.11-amd64.iso (608.2MB)

    I installed it.


    With this ISO image,

    Debian Buster and OVM5 will be installed at the same time.


    (1) Lenovo ThinkServer TS150 (used):

    Purpose of use: NAS, FTP server for Shin-Cooling Giken

    Debian Buster 10.9

    Current (2021/04/05) Operation OMV version OpenMediaVault 5.6.2-1 (usul)

    Processor Intel (R) Core i3-7100 CPU @ 3.90GHz

    Memory 8GB SATA-3.5 ”HDD 4 units,

    sda (Debian OS OMV) 1TB,

    sdb (backup) 1TB,

    sdc (RAID1) 1TB,

    sdd (RAID1) 1TB


    (2) AAEON Mini-ITX Motherboard_EMB-Q170C Built-in BOX PC (New)

    Purpose of use: New Refrigeration Giken Saitama branch office installed (synchronous backup server)

    Current (2021/04/05) Operation OMV version OpenMediaVault 5.6.2-1 (usul)

    Debian Buster 10.9

    Processor Intel (R) Core i3-7171TE CPU @ 3.40GHz

    Memory 8GB

    4 SATA-2.5 ”HDDs,

    sda (Debian OS OMV) 1TB,

    sdb (backup) 1TB,

    sdc (RAID1) 1TB,

    sdd (RAID1) 1TB


    (3) As of 2021/04/06, the AAEON server was launched with completely the same contents for trial operation.


    (4) Although the hardware of these two servers is different, the daemon for the USB uninterruptible power supply RS-400S with the same USB memory ISO image version is installed and started without any problem on the Lenovo server, and the UPS However, on the AAEON BOX computer, the APKPPS daemon was not started, and even the directory of the apcupsd.conf file of the setting file was not created, so APCUPS could not be used.


    Apt-get install apcupsd and apt update do not work, and the APC UPS package fails and cannot be downloaded. I tried various things, but the cause is unknown.


    Instead of relying on legitimate downloads, the relevant packages saved during installation on the Lenovo server

    Read from / var / cache / archives using USB memory, write to AAEON,

    By installing with the dpkg command, you can use the UPS made by APC.


    libusb-0.1-4_2% 3a0.1.12-32_amd64.deb

    apcupsd-3.14.14-2_amd64.deb


    If you install with dpkg –I in this order, the environment that can be used normally is ready.


    Please teach me, Why was one of the pre-installed packages missing on two computers that were installed using the same ISO image?


    On a computer with missing those packages, trying to install the missing packages with "apt-get install" will fail.:(

    I am using OpenMediaVault5 with Lenovo ThinkServer-TS150.

    The question is, should the update work be done daily?

    We are developing a comprehensive system including a personal computer with OMV5 installed.

    If you sell this comprehensive system to users,

    In most cases, the end user will not be able to perform maintenance such as OMV updates.


    It is difficult for these end users to update OMV5 daily.


    Once a year, or about once every six months,

    When renewing the contract

    It is possible for us to update.


    How often is the OMV5 update appropriate?


    For small-scale OMV5 end-user PCs that cannot be connected via VPN, etc.

    It cannot be easily accessed from the outside.


    With OMV confidence or Debian OS cron,

    Is there a way to update automatically?