I am using the syncthing Plugin from the OMV Extra Repo. I have my Windows PC with Syncthing and my little OMV-Box also with synthing. Everytime I boot up my Windows-PC, all my Files are synced as a backup.
Okay .... I would say, my Way of cutting out the Metalframe was not 100% right, but at least I can still close the case. But "THAT" looks just wrong.
I think in the WebGUI is a setting, what should happen then you press the powerbutton. (Shutdown, Nothing or Sleep). Did you set that to "Shutdown"?
I had the same issues with may 1und1 account:
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You dont need a Domain to manage multiple users an have them only access their own files. Just create every user under omv and let them use their homedrives.
But if you still want a domain, where are some issues you have to manage:
- What you want is a so called "Active Directory", I would not recommend an older NT4 Domain.
- Not all Windows Versions can connect to a domain, the so called "Home Editions" are not able to.
You can read through the following guides, so maybe you know al little bit more:
If you are using the Plex Media Server, you can access your Media from anythere outside your network with no need for setting up an vpn.
I dont have the temperature from my OMV-FX160, but I am also using another FX160 as a little Firewall with IPFire. And from there I have this RRD Graphs.
I would recommend the following Steps:
- enable SSH
- log into your OMV Box
- then simply follow these steps: http://msmhq.com/docs/installation.html
The Minecraft Server Manager is a simply but powerful tool for managing a Minecraft Server.
Since my Dell Optiplex FX160 has a uptime over 100 days now, I want to give you a little summary. Mostly by screenshots. If you have any questions, just write them in this post.
I have 3 CIFS Shares, for my music, my photos and my videos. All 3 shares are synced via syncthing with my Windows PC as backup. The Plex Server does a good job and I connect to it from 3 Android devices and my FireTV.
Thanks for that tip. Works perfect.
I was reading trough the syncthing docs and would like to change the home-directory (where the syncthing index is stored) to my data-drive.
What would be the best way to do this'? Edit the file under /usr/share/openmediavault/mkconf/syncthing ? Or use a symlink?
Maybe if there are some other people who would find this useful, someday this could be an option in the webgui.
syncthing docs cmdoptions: http://docs.syncthing.net/user…light=home#cmdoption-home
You can see the diffences here. Look under Formats.
I have a normal FireTV and that works fine without transcoding. I have Kodi installed on the FireTV but I dont really use it anymore since I have my plex-Server. You can also use your FireTV as a really nice console emulator: http://www.libretro.com/
Yes, syncthing looked also really good, but my boot-device is only 2GB large, and the "file index" from syncthing was stored in the users home-directory and used all available space. Maybe if the syncthing-plugin has in the future the option to store the index on the data-drive, I will switch back to syncthing. I know that I could have used hardlinks.
Thank you for your answer, but robocopy ist not what I am looking for. (missing bi-directional sync)
I found Dsynchronize today, looks a tiny bit "rusty", but has most of the things I was looking for ..
I am looking for a solution to syncronize the Data stored on my omv-NAS to my Windows Desktop PC and vice versa without a user logged in.
I already tested a massive amount of software and I am still not really satisfied.
Here is my wishlist
- runs stable as a windows service
- no need for a logged in user
- two way synchronisation
- Open Source
Here is what I try to avoid:
- some crude workarounds
Please share your thoughts and experiences. Thank you.
Zitat von deecon: „I use the same System (samba, plex, dlna), just with a 500GB HDD. You can simple install omv on the 2GB Flash Module and the use the "Flash Memory" Plugin from the omv extra repo.“
How long have you being using OMV installed in the…
I am using omv for about 3 months now on the 2GB Flash Module. But I installed the Flash Memory Plugin form the omv extra repo, simply to extend the lifetime and to limit the disk i/o on the Flash Module. The only issue is that 2GB are not "that" much space. I was trying out syncthing, but the plugin wrote the "file database" in my home directory and all my free space was gone. With ssh, plex, cifs and some small plugins I still have about 500MB free diskspace.
Probably, but I dont want to wait any longer.