Was able to run all the commands.
I do not have remote access to the drive.
Here is the output... I do not see anything out of the ordinary other than /dev/sde not being part of the array.
As I said earlier, /dev/sde appears to be able to be…
(Quote from shazster)
Some people create a specific user... i use my actual user... "ken"... who basically is my main user on the server... and just add him to the docker and SSH group as previously mentioned... I see no real need to create a user just…
We're missing a LOT of information here. Is this an SBC or a PC?
Is the drive USB or SATA connected?
Do you have SMART enabled? (SMART monitoring checks the health of hard drives.)
Have you tried wiping the disk and reformatting it?
What does SMART say? In the GUI go to Storage, SMART, in the Settings tab, enable it.
In the Devices tab, click on the drive, Edit and enable SMART monitoring.
In the Scheduled Tests tab, click on the drive, Edit, and set up a short self test. Enable…
(Quote from gderf)
Permissions is exactly the reason I prefer doing everything as a user. I believe a lot of this is because so many tutorials, etc.. SSH as root and just start creating directories... and eventually it causes a problem…
Replied to the thread OMV 3.x resolved Can't reach WebGUI after update 3.x. SSH is working.Post
Reacted with to mjnaylor8’s post in the thread OMV 3.x resolved Can't reach WebGUI after update 3.x. SSH is working.Reaction (Post)I had a similar problem moving from 2.x to 4.x on logon.
I executed the commands
systemctl unmask openmediavault-engined
systemctl enable openmediavault-engined
systemctl restart openmediavault-engined
and all was OK