Posts by Enra

    connect to your server via ssh

    type nslookup

    when the ">" appears, type "server"

    when the ">" appears, type ""


    ">" is the nslookup command-prompt


    you're right. I remember, there was a problem...

    Then use

    and check your router:

    > server


    I created a new user "duplicati" and put its uid and gid into the docker-duplicati configuration.

    Then I gave user "duplicati" read and write access to the folders on the data-disk in "sharded-folders / ACLs".


    I installed Duplicati in docker following this tutorial:

    [How-To] Install Duplicati container using OMV and docker-compose (CLI or Portainer)

    Thanks macom

    Made my day!:thumbup:

    Before I tried to install duplicati with the .deb-file from their website - but something is broken since omv 5.?

    My problem is, that the docker user has no file access rights for i.e. the home-dirs of other users.

    So I used the root user uid+gid and that worked. But this is probably not the best method.

    Is there another way to give the docker user access to ALL files that shall be backuped?

    Eine dns verwende ich, wo kann ich das einstellen?

    Geh mal mit ssh auf die Konsole und tippe
    Das Ergebnis sollte i.e. so aussehen:


    Non-authoritative answer: canonical name =
    Address: 2a00:1450:400c:c00::6d

    Zur Einstellung:
    Das hängt davon ab, ob du deine OMV Box statisch oder per DHCP konfiguriert hast.
    Wie hast du es gemacht?

    Did you add any of the tuning parameters from the tuning threads?

    ...too stupid, to find them.
    You have a link for me?

    But in the meantime I investigated a little bit more and found out that
    on the client-side enhances the perfomance dramatically:
    File replacement on the server-side is now 20 MByte/s (coming from 300kByte/s).
    But this also reduced download speeds to 20 MByte/s.

    Here my actual mount:

    //server.lan/homes/user on /home/user/server type cifs (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,vers=2.0,sec=ntlmssp,cache=loose,username=xxxx,domain=,uid=1000,forceuid,gid=1000,forcegid,addr=,file_mode=0755,dir_mode=0755,nounix,serverino,mapposix,rsize=65536,wsize=65536,echo_interval=60,actimeo=1)

    I'm not trying to get the last 10%.
    I'm just trying to get an acceptable performance.
    So I ask myself, why are the default settings so "unusable" in LinuxMint.

    Also I would try not mount with nemo. Test using the mount smb command manually.

    Good point.
    I mounted manually with an entry in fstab:

    //server.lan/homes/user /home/user/server cifs rw,user,noauto 0 0


    user@mint ~ $ mount /home/user/server

    in the terminal.

    Now things go crazy:
    Up- and download speeds rise up to 40 MBytes/s. That quite OK and expected. :thumbup:
    When I replace a file on the client-side, the speed drops down to 20 MByte/s, which is acceptable.

    But if I replace a file on the server-side, the speed drops down to 300 kByte/s. ;(
    Tried to force SMBv2 on the client side, but that made no difference.

    I'm running out of ideas...

    Are you sure the wireless is connecting at the same speed on Linux Mint? My xps13 doesn't on Ubuntu 18. Samba speed is just fine with a usb network adapter.

    Yes it does. Checked it with iwconfig.
    I tested also with an usb adapter. Of cource better, but the ratio between SMB and SSH was the same.
    SMB was also poor.


    I've got very poor samba performance (r/w) from my LinuxMint Laptop (dual-boot) to my OMV-server.

    Speed (r/w) with LinuxMint:
    SMB: 3 MB/s (mounted with nemo)
    SSH: 40 MB/s

    Speed (r/w) with Win10:
    SMB: 35 MB/s

    Dual-boot laptop with WiFi AC (connected above 600 mb/s).
    LinuxMint 18.3 cinnamon

    HP-N54L (connected 1gb/s, wired)
    OMV 4.0.14-1

    So, obvisously there is a problem with the SMB Mint-Client and the server.

    Which experience have other users with minit or ubuntu client?
    Any ideas to get LinuxMint performing like expected? ?(