Try to change this to
Without creating these directories (they will be created when you deploy the stack).
In that case, OMV has nothing to do with it. If it does not work, please try to get help in the pihole forum.
Please describe in more detail.
Yes you can reinstall OMV and OMV should detect the RAID during first boot. After that you can mount the files system etc.
To avoid mistakes, you should disconnect the data drives before installing OMV.
Check the USB stick with H2testw or f3 before installation.
Ok, I checked the Shared Folder Priveleges and it seems that I haven't ticked anything.
Then select the user you want to give access to the data on the new server.
Maybe also have a look at the new user guide, which is linked in my signature.
You need to be aware that there are different levels of permissions.
On filesystem level and on service level (e.g. smb/cifs).
The resetperms plugin resets permissions on filesystem level. The privileges button controls the permissions on service level.
Note the yellow box:
If you did not change permission and ownership on file system level, you should be able to create shared folders pointing to the existing folders (see next picture) on the drive, give needed privileges to users for these shared folders and add them to the services. Then is should work.
As mentioned you can use the extra options field in smb/cifs in the GUI.
There are some commands (just can't recall them now) that will "refresh" the detection of the drives.
I'm sure macom will pitch in for them.
He has to restore the fresh config.xml as it was after the installation. Then he should be able to mount the filesystems.
If the fresh config.xml is not available any more, another fresh install should be done.
I copied my old OMV config.xml back to the new install.
Does not work. You have to do the configuration manually from scratch.
- mount filesystem
- create user (preferably in the same sequence as before)
- create shared folders
- give users privileges for the shared folders
- add shared folders to services
- enable services
Is the Server 2012r2 using smb v1? Will not work with OMV unless you enable it in the extra options of smb/cifs in OMV. You can search the forum how to do it.
What did you do, before the original issue occurred?
Did you install and remove any package from the CLI?
Have a look at /var/log/syslog. It might tell you if there is some command being executed to reboot.
You can download the file from the GUI of OMV. Or access the SD card on another computer that is running linux.
Please post the output of
omv-confdbadm read --prettify conf.system.filesystem.mountpoint
Welcome to OMV. Have a look to these guides:
You might also want to have a look at the new user guide linked in my signature.
The issue may be due to incorrect dns or port forwarding settings. Please fix your settings and recreate the container
Also check this link (also available in the guide)
Great you have been able to solve it yourself.