Posts by Shadok

    Hello,


    Here's a guide to install unofficial Linux specific drivers for HP ProLiant Microserver G7 N54L, from https://github.com/fetzerch/hp-n54l-drivers, allowing lm-sensors to access the Winbond W83795ADG chip.


    I have tested it on OMV 5.0 with Linux kernel 5.5.


    Before :

    Code
    root@nas:~# sensors
    k10temp-pci-00c3
    Adapter: PCI adapter
    temp1: +34.5°C (high = +70.0°C)
    (crit = +100.0°C, hyst = +95.0°C)


    After :


    Procedure :

    If it can help, here's the procedure i followed to upgrade from an up-to-date ovm 4 to 5.

    There's a few differences with the one i found on this forum :

    The only issue i had after that, is related to my ftp client which wasn't correctly detecting the encoding announced by proftpd, and wasn't able to enter any folder with special character in its name. I fixed it by forcing (in my ftp client) the connection to utf-8.

    Nope, i already checked OMV config file, udev and network/interfaces files.
    It is definitely an OVM bug.


    Right now, I manually created my bonding by editing network/interfaces file and OVM xml configuration.
    It works but i don't know if it will fully persist after a reboot.

    Hello,


    I'm running ovm 0.5.33 (up-to-date) on a HP Proliant N54L.


    I have an motherboard integrated nic as eth0 and a pcie x1 Intel PRO/1000 card (Intel Corporation 82572EI Gigabit Ethernet Controller).
    eth0 is configured with a static ip and eth1 isn't configured at all.


    When I try to create a bonding interface, the form only show eth1 in the slave and master sections.


    Any idea ?


    Thanks.