I'm having the same issue.
Executed the suggested commands.
Tomorrow I will check again.
Thanks for the link!
Hi, since some months I had the feeling that when I enter Update Management page items shown are always the same.
Now I had the time to check and yesterday I execute the update without error, blank Update Management page after update.
This morning I enter the page and I still see same updates as yesterday.
Here the log: log
Ok now I got it.
Not Extra options from remote mount configuration but in the SMB Share configuration.
I was referring to the filesystem folder used as mounting point (/srv/485245asadasdsa).
I sometimes forget that OMV is dedicate to configure a nas, so is not supposed you access its real filesystem via ssh or similar
Thanks I will try.
But How can I mount a shared SMB drive (exposed by the router) on a local folder owned by a specific user?
My issue is that /srv/xxxxxx is owned by root:root. I can browse folders but cannot create any file
coming back to this topic.
I still have the same issue: "Remte Mount" + "Shared folder" make directories in the file system that are owned by root.
I want to use the remote mounted drive (usb drive attached to router) for backup and I don't want that backup files are owned by root.
How can I change ownership for folder inside the "Remote Mount"?
Just for info: I realized that is just a matter of wait more time
After I was able to login via ssh
I made changes suggested.
Now I have the same issue with another job.
Mail message is:
The command (runned as user `pi`) in gui is:Code
I need to run the job with `pi` user to keep permission and ownership (and because I cannot see why I should use sudo).
Right now I still receive the mail message with `source` command complain
Maybe start to simplify:
sudo - from scheduled jobs you can run the script as root, so no sudo needed
sh - make the file executable then you don't need sh
parameter "5" - include it in the script instead of passing it
Does it work then?
sudo: ok, I can remove it using "root" as user in scheduled job. It comes from the manual command I used to test it.
sh: ok, in fact I can execute it instead of using sh.
parameter "5": this could be an issue. Same script is used to refresh different libraries in plex; I'll try putting it inside the script just to see if it solves the issue
Hi all, with OMV4 I was used to use the LetsEncrypt plugin to renew/refresh my SSL cert used to secure OMV gui access.
To be honest I cannot understand how to keep using letsencrypt to keep my cert renewed
Who is using the `source` command to execute scheduled job?
I see that `userdefined-014d8449-8363-4241-a6ee-5904509cea43` script has `#!/bin/sh -l`, I changed my sh script with this line but I still have the issue
I followed this guide to have omv5 running on a raspberry pi 2B.
From what I see I have no undervoltage in the last week. Before with Omv4 I had at least a couple of undervoltage a week.
Doesn anyone noticed the same behaviour?
I assume your default shell does not support the command source to load other scripts.
I'm not using source in my script and I cannot find this command in the lines automatically added to cron.d/userdefined script.
What do you mean?
Anyone has any hints?
Hi, I add a detail: also all others sh script I have cause the "source not found" mail.
I execute the command configured in "Scheduled jobs" no message in the console
Hi, I configured a scheduled jobs with this command with the "send email output" enabled:
each time it is executed I receive an email with this message
Basically each time I execute e bash script that run a command against a docker container and after prints the date.
I receive above email (I also receive the email with the echo output).
I was referring to raspimon, an utility to verify frequencies and power voltage and has flags to warn about low voltage.
Hi, how can I have raspimon on a fresh OMV 5 rpi installation?
I installed docker and started portainer with my script
Ok, so there is a dedicated "tab" for docker instead of using plugin list, that's all?
I was already using portainer (via script :D)