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  • gett

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    (Quote from openmedianer)

    What is your point? Maybe if I ask this another way I can see your point, because at this point it seems you're nitpicking.. so answer me this... If you don't think the subject is telling you you're going to install Nextcloud…
  • gett

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    (Quote from openmedianer)

    Unless the thread title has changed recently.. it seems entirely appropriate. Nextcloud with Letsencrypt using OMV and docker-compose.
  • gett

    Replied to the thread SMR HDDs - any good?.
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    (Quote from crashtest)

    In my country they are quite rare :-(
  • gett

    Replied to the thread SMR HDDs - any good?.
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    (Quote from geaves)


    I plan to use them as backup drives. I already have my data drives in RAID.

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    I am confused with "infrequent drive access" term. I have Rsnapshot (OMV plugin) to make backup of my data once in 24 hrs.
  • gett

    Reacted with Like to geaves’s post in the thread SMR HDDs - any good?.
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    (Quote from gett)

    If you read the Buffalo link this stands out;
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    so with that in mind would you use SMR for day to day use i.e. constant file access and storage.
  • gett

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    (Quote from geaves)

    So, if I don't use RAID, I can buy them? Problem is, I can't find WD Red EFRX (nonSMR) disks...
  • gett

    Reacted with Like to geaves’s post in the thread SMR HDDs - any good?.
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    Depends on what and how they are being used, SMR drives require 'idle time' to function correctly therefore they should not be used in a Raid array or ZFS.
    After this came to light on the forum I always check the manufacturers site before purchase, for…
  • gett

    Posted the thread SMR HDDs - any good?.
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    I read quite a bad opinions about SMR drives. What you think about use them in NAS?
  • gett

    Replied to the thread resolved OMV 5.x Backup from server to RPi.
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    Yes :-)
  • gett

    Reacted with Like to macom’s post in the thread resolved OMV 5.x Backup from server to RPi.
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    Have a look at the remote mount plugin.
  • gett

    Reacted with Like to macom’s post in the thread resolved OMV 5.x Backup from server to RPi.
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    Is it working now?
  • gett

    Replied to the thread resolved OMV 5.x Backup from server to RPi.
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    (Quote from macom)

    I have and receive this error



    I create folder on RPi usb disk chmod it for all priviledges. In OMV plugin point to that folder, using user pi and password.

    Not luck :-(

    EDIT

    My bad: I used a pat instead of sharename
  • gett

    Posted the thread resolved OMV 5.x Backup from server to RPi.
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    Hi,
    I have mounted 4TB disk to my RPi with OMV5. Can someone provide a guide how I can mount it in my main server with OMV5 and send a backup with Rsnapshot plugin from server to RPi disk?