Thanks at least for the feedback. I wrote me a small script performing hdparm -C /dev/sd[abcde] with a sleep in a while-loop. This is working fine for me at the moment.
And this leaded me to a point I did not understand:
just opening this page in the…
(Quote from jfzmobil)
I don't think because this info is not really important and collecting the information is very expensive (because of calling an external command) and will significant increase the time to process every disk.
Reacted with to gderf’s post in the thread OMV 4.x How to backup and restore OMV configuration ? BMR Plan - howto?.Reaction (Post)You can keep a copy of /etc/openmediavault/config.xml for reference.
Replied to the thread OMV 4.x How to backup and restore OMV configuration ? BMR Plan - howto?.PostHi,
in fact currently I'm searching half of the functionality requested:
I search an option to backup my OMV settings, but less for restoring them. It's more for having them available (e.g. as txt or pdf) for a easy restore in case of new installation.
(Quote from raulfg3)
Quite old but for me still an actual concern...
do you know if such a feature will be added? I would like it, because i see some issue with my disks not always getting into standy, so I would like to have a better overview on them
This means that the copy operation causes a quite high load on the system
with this, you can check which load warning values are set currently (as a multiplicator for each CPU core)
grep -r 'default:OMV_MONI' /srv/salt/omv/* | cut -d ":" -f3 | cut -d')'…