Posts by Bodenseematze

    ySorry to be such late with my reaction - I had no time for the OMV server lately :rolleyes:

    Here are the outputs / logs - there are still a lot failures, but they don't seem to be related with lvm?!

    # systemctl status lvm2

    ● lvm2.service

    Loaded: masked (Reason: Unit lvm2.service is masked.)

    Active: inactive (dead)

    Logfile of journalctl -xe is attached, relevant entries from syslog also...….en.html#openssl-defaults maybe?

    Although I would recommend to harden your certificate.

    Yes, I also would like to do that - harden the certificate of my internal CA - but how do I do this without the need to regenerate all my certificates which all have already be signed by that CA?


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    I also had / have problems when trying to upgrade from OMV 3 -> OMV4 -> OMV5
    Upgrade from 3 to 4 works without problems, but after that I tried to do an upgrade from 4 to 5 with "openmediavault-upgrade-4.7"-script and that failed and left back an unusable system.

    The original problem was that I imported a SSL certificate in OMV made by my own CA which seems to be too weak now:

    nginx: [emerg] SSL_CTX_use_certificate("/etc/ssl/certs/openmediavault-a39391e1-ca69-452a-b0b1-e31adeb24be4.crt") failed (SSL: error:140AB18E:SSL routines:SSL_CTX_use_certificate:ca md too weak)

    After that I had a Debian buster system but still old OMV parts?!
    I tried to solve it by changing nginx configuration, removing / purging / reinstalling packages, ... and a lot more.
    My final situation is now, that "apt-get update; apt-get dist-upgrade" doesn't show any error anymore but the OMV part is not installed and I'm unable to install it because it complains about some "salt-minion" dependencies which it cannot solve:

    Does anybody have any idea how to solve it?
    What information / files from my system is/are needed to help me?


    I now did the following:
    apt-get install -u -d -o Debug::pkgProblemResolver=true salt-minion=3002.2+ds-1 salt-common=3002.2+ds-1

    and then

    apt-get install -y --no-install-recommends --no-install-suggests -u -o Dpkg::Options::="--force-confdef" -o Dpkg::Options::="--force-confold" openmediavault

    that seems to do the job - at least it installs something ;-) (I'll see if it completes it successfully later).

    BTW (a bit OT): back to my original problem, that my CA's certificate is too weak - is it possible to change that without to regenerate all my existing certificates which are signed by this CA?


    it still has configure problems (now with lvm2):