Posts by hknatm

    hi all, My OMV has been working for 1 year but somehow last month it stopped, i mean i couldn't access it. I checked power and restart it but nothing came up. I put my screen on and tried to see what is going on and it was fully blackout. even keyboard didn't light up. couldn't access bios. I think motherboard is dead. Was using Gigabyte GM31 (I guess, now i don't have it with me).
    Now I want to reestablish the system. I was using SnapRaid with 3x4 tb disks. But i don't have and snaps for the system but still have the pen that system is installed with me.
    First, in my country there are not much super motherboards around me with a good price, i need to pay more if i want one. What should i buy as motherboard. I am using mini(or micro)-itx case. (I was noob , i am still noob about the terms).
    Second , do i able to establish system as it was before? or do i need to erase all the disks, I have one more backup (thankfully) so i can erase them.
    Thanks in advance.

    Now let me clear up.
    I can log in locally with ftp and read files , with filezilla i can read and write, thanks to you.
    But when i try to access with my carrier connection to my wan ip , i can log in my router's web ui; but no connection at all about ftp. It errors about connectiob time failure.
    I hope i could explain my situation :/

    root@omv:/# ls -la 2f4aa896-3ec3-432f-acff-2154158e5145/MainBackup


    ls: cannot access 2f4aa896-3ec3-432f-acff-2154158e5145/MainBackup: No such file or directory


    root@omv:/#

    I cannot paste (omv-showkey .mntent) all output here it is too long. is there anything to specify about it. It contains all of module's informations. where to look?

    [/code]

    <mntent>
    <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
    <fsname>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxx-xxxx|/dev/xxx</fsname>
    <dir>/xxx/yyy/zzz</dir>
    <type>none|ext2|ext3|ext4|xfs|jfs|iso9660|udf|...</type>
    <opts></opts>
    <freq>0</freq>
    <passno>0|1|2</passno>
    <hidden>0|1</hidden>
    </mntent>
    <mntent>
    <uuid>ca7da749-25c0-4f3b-be91-58d0855b8ff4</uuid>
    <fsname>0a48a47b-5d9f-43c9-bc00-847edfb289b4</fsname>
    <dir>/media/0a48a47b-5d9f-43c9-bc00-847edfb289b4</dir>
    <type>ext4</type>
    <opts>defaults,nofail,user_xattr,noexec,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0,acl</opts>
    <freq>0</freq>
    <passno>2</passno>
    <hidden>0</hidden>
    </mntent>
    <mntent>
    <uuid>65ae0937-abe8-42e3-818f-a8fda7d4d21b</uuid>
    <fsname>97f595ff-ad2c-4dd6-80f8-5dcdf7f20fa1</fsname>
    <dir>/media/97f595ff-ad2c-4dd6-80f8-5dcdf7f20fa1</dir>
    <type>ext4</type>
    <opts>defaults,nofail,user_xattr,noexec,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0,acl</opts>
    <freq>0</freq>
    <passno>2</passno>
    <hidden>0</hidden>
    </mntent>
    <mntent>
    <uuid>c24068a3-205d-4239-ab33-7901c77fd6c4</uuid>
    <fsname>9a8b8723-3875-46a8-aacd-627f112effe0</fsname>
    <dir>/media/9a8b8723-3875-46a8-aacd-627f112effe0</dir>
    <type>ext4</type>
    <opts>defaults,nofail,user_xattr,noexec,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0,acl</opts>
    <freq>0</freq>
    <passno>2</passno>
    <hidden>0</hidden>
    </mntent>
    <mntent>
    <uuid>2f4aa896-3ec3-432f-acff-2154158e5145</uuid>
    <fsname>84871d57-4370-4b69-9e99-ad0d2ddbcc45</fsname>
    <dir>/media/84871d57-4370-4b69-9e99-ad0d2ddbcc45</dir>
    <type>ext4</type>
    <opts>defaults,nofail,user_xattr,noexec,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0,acl</opts>
    <freq>0</freq>
    <passno>2</passno>
    <hidden>0</hidden>
    </mntent>




    <sharedfolder>


    <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>


    <name>xxx</name>


    <comment>xxx</comment>


    <mntentref>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</mntentref>


    <reldirpath>xxx</reldirpath>


    <privileges>


    <privilege>


    <type>user|group</type>


    <name>xxx</name>


    <perms>0 = no permission|5 = read and execute|7 = read, write and execute</perms>


    </privilege>


    </privileges>


    </sharedfolder>


    <sharedfolder>


    <uuid>ffeb3ce0-bfcd-40f3-851f-7c2ca87ff900</uuid>


    <name>MainBackup</name>


    <comment>Genel depolama alanı</comment>


    <mntentref>2f4aa896-3ec3-432f-acff-2154158e5145</mntentref>


    <reldirpath>MainBackup/</reldirpath>


    <privileges>


    <privilege>


    <type>user</type>


    <name>elifbilal</name>


    <perms>7</perms>


    </privilege>


    <privilege>


    <type>user</type>


    <name>hakanatmaca</name>


    <perms>7</perms>


    </privilege>


    <privilege>


    <type>group</type>


    <name>uskudarresidence</name>


    <perms>7</perms>


    </privilege>


    </privileges>


    </sharedfolder>


    <sharedfolder>


    <uuid>69724d30-c95b-4441-a6bc-7188f9820006</uuid>


    <name>Time-Machine</name>


    <comment>time machine backup</comment>


    <mntentref>c24068a3-205d-4239-ab33-7901c77fd6c4</mntentref>


    <reldirpath>Time-Machine/</reldirpath>


    <privileges>


    <privilege>


    <type>user</type>


    <name>hakanatmaca</name>


    <perms>7</perms>


    </privilege>


    </privileges>


    </sharedfolder>

    using snapraid. now there is one more problem I can not log in via wan ip. Locally I can log-in with local ip but not with wan ip. problems , problems...

    I figured it out. The wan and punlic seem different and i called ISP and got a static ip. But still cannot have access to write. You say , it is better not to touch acl? Permissions tab is enough to have access?