Posts by franjo

    Now I've tried it. I've cleared browser cache. thenI tried it again - error

    Then I tried to connect as admin with putty - access denied wrong password. I'm sure I have the right password and the server is also running ;-)


    I've the problem That I didn't reach the GUI. If I typ the IP into the browser, I get following error message. I don't know wich version of OMV I have, but It's an older one.

    I ask for help

    Error #0:
    OMV\Exception: Failed to read file '/var/cache/openmediavault/cache.omv\controlpanel\login_js.json' (size=0). in /usr/share/php/openmediavault/json/
    Stack trace:
    #0 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/json/ OMV\Json\File->getContents()
    #1 /usr/share/php/openmediavault/controlpanel/ OMV\Json\File->read()
    #2 /var/www/openmediavault/index.php(46): OMV\ControlPanel\ControlPanelAbstract->render()
    #3 {main}

    it works again, thanks to all
    Now OMV 4 is running

    Now that I have installed OMV 4 without an error message, I keep getting error messages on the GUI, for example when activating smb/cifs.
    the property "null passwords" does not exist in the model conf.service.smb
    How can I fix it


    can you give me an approach like i'm going to put it back on? If I remember correctly, did I create the boot stick on my PC or does it work from the console without having to remove it?
    is there any way to tell what type of raid i have?

    Yeah that's the unfortunate part about not updating... it works great.. until it doesn't. Then you're in this situation. This will probably be a good lesson on keeping things updated.

    Your data should be fine, it's your OS that is the problem (unless you did something really crazy w/ that 2.0 install). As for the OS, at this point you're probably just going to have to start over. It's likely some of the plugins you used on 2.0, are probably not supported anymore (Plex)... so you're going to need to learn to use Docker.

    Like I said, there is likely a way to get around this, but your best bet is to disconnect your data drives (so your data is safe), and reinstall OMV 4 or 5, and start w/ a clean install of OMV.

    I've uninstall all plugins bevor upgrade omv extra a.s.o

    At the moment this is irrelevant with nextcloud.
    For me it is now important to get my server up and running again with the latest OMV, without data loss.
    If that works again I will think about nextcloud again. But thanks for your tip

    I know, it was my fault to do nothing all the time, but it worked fine in my local network.
    Now I have the idear to integrate my owncloud or something similar and therefore the probs
    Is anywhere a tutorial to do this without losing my data?

    Hello everybody,
    after performing a dist upgrade from OMV2 to OMV 3.0.99 via putty, I can no longer access my HP Gen8 server via browser via IP. Message "502 Bad Gateway" I no longer have a GUI.
    Access works via Putty, Filezilla and NFS. Can someone give me a tip on how I can get GUI back?


    Ich denke mal die "Bastel-Arbeit" übersteigt die Fähigkeiten eines Normal-Users.
    Der Datendurchsatz wird wahrscheinlich auf niedrigen Niveau gleich bleiben.
    Ich denke die vergleichsweise günstige Alternative ist immer noch der HP Gen8. Damit kann man sich, für den Heimgebrauch und für kleine Unternehmen, mit geringen Kenntnissen einen hervorragenden Server aufbauen.
    Test & Anleitung zur Einrichtung findet man hier…_guenstigen_komplettpaket
    Aktuell gibt es ihn für 184€, ich selbst habe ihn vor einem Jahr etwas günstiger bekommen. Er ist auf jeden Fall eine bessere und günstigere Alternative zu Qnap, Synologie und Co.
    In Kombination mit OMV deckt er alle Wünsche ab,
    Nur Vorsicht, beim USB-Stick für das Betriebssystem sollte kein normaler USB Stick zum Einsatz kommen, es wird geraten einen SLC USB Stick zu verwenden.

    Nur kurz 2 Werte zur Performance
    Zyxel lief bei mir im Netz (mit Linux) etwa mit 50-70 MB/s bei großen Dateien (6GB) bei kleineren mp3 und pixs etwa bei 30MB/s Übertragungsrate.
    HP Gen8 läuft bei großen Dateien deutlich über 100 MB/s bis hin zu 130 MB/s, bei kleineren fällt er ab auf ca. 50-70 MB/s
    So kann man also sagen, etwa doppelt so schnell.
    Beides mal habe ich ein NFS Netzwerk eingerichtet.
    Datentransfer per FTP brachte keine Unterschiede.