OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

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mspector
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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by mspector » Fri Jan 09, 2015 2:07 am

Hello ptelleria,

Thanks for the reply. Seems one of my leds file is different from yours, which may be causing the issue.

However, I can't write the file, even logged in as root and with chmod 777 on the file/directory.

I'll keep trying anyway.

Thanks a lot!

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by ptelleria » Fri Jan 09, 2015 11:08 am

for solving mount problem with EXT3 or EXT4, read http://forums.openmediavault.org/index. ... #post58099

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by mspector » Fri Jan 09, 2015 4:01 pm

Alright, seems it did the trick. Thanks again, ptelleria.

However.... (I hate it!): can't create any share.

I go, for instance, to Access Rights Management > Shared Folders, then in the popup window, when I click the Volume dropdown, nothing is shown.

Same thing when trying to create a new share at Services > SMB/CIFS.

Clues?

Thank you.

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by ptelleria » Fri Jan 09, 2015 7:12 pm

its the mount problem.
do as written in that other post (or reopen there): edit config.xml manually, then omv-mkconf fstab, then edit fstab, then restart.

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by mspector » Sat Jan 10, 2015 4:17 am

Hello again.

Yes, I did as the post tells to, but no luck.

/dev/sda2 is mounting on boot, but still have no device listed on "volume" when trying to add a shared folder for instance. :(

Any more ideas? I'm getting pissed off...

Is there a way to update the kernel? I'm thinking the modded kernel is the source of all issues...

Thanks!

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by ptelleria » Sun Jan 11, 2015 3:31 pm

it is this issue, almost for certain. other user had the same

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cat /etc/fstab

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cat /etc/openmediavault/config.xml | awk '/<fstab>/,/<\/fstab>/'

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blkid

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by mspector » Tue Jan 13, 2015 8:01 pm

Hello ptelleria,

Thanks, but I'm giving up.

I'm having way too many crashes. I can't even move files to the HDD, because it freezes/crashes (I need to restart it to make it work again).

I do appreciate all your help, but it isn't worth the headache. I'll try to revert to the stock firmware and move on.

Cheers.

Note: for those interested, maybe a look at this Openmediavault forum thread may be instructive.

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by ptelleria » Tue Jan 13, 2015 9:04 pm

Weird... :cry:
i understand, but perhaps its something about the samba config...
for me it runs better than the stock, which forze or crashed once every 10 days or so. Plus there is SMART for keeping ghe HD (mine blew after 2 years :twisted: ), torrents work better...
but hey, if its too many errors, then revert, its straightforward

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by theluke79 » Tue Jan 13, 2015 11:08 pm

AND finally OMV 1.9 is up and running.
Now to the SHARE issue.
I have no access to the SDA2 file system, OMV says it is just a "ext3" partition, but that's it.
Can't mount it

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by mspector » Fri Jan 16, 2015 3:03 am

Just a question...

What version of OMV are you actually running?
ptelleria wrote:Weird... :cry:
i understand, but perhaps its something about the samba config...
for me it runs better than the stock, which forze or crashed once every 10 days or so. Plus there is SMART for keeping ghe HD (mine blew after 2 years :twisted: ), torrents work better...
but hey, if its too many errors, then revert, its straightforward

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by mspector » Fri Jan 16, 2015 3:05 am

I had the same issue, just see about 2 posts above... I posted a link with the solution.
theluke79 wrote:AND finally OMV 1.9 is up and running.
Now to the SHARE issue.
I have no access to the SDA2 file system, OMV says it is just a "ext3" partition, but that's it.
Can't mount it

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by ptelleria » Wed Jan 21, 2015 10:13 am

currently running OMV1.10

@theluke: for the mount and share issue:
ptelleria wrote:for solving mount problem with EXT3 or EXT4, read http://forums.openmediavault.org/index. ... #post58099
mspector wrote:Hello ptelleria,
Note: for those interested, maybe a look at this Openmediavault forum thread may be instructive.
the problem is that this wheezy for ARM doesn't support quota, so you need to trick OMV for mounting, and then be able to use shares.
another issue is ACL, which for the moment I can't do via GUI (I think its related), but do via CLI. I haven't invested much time on it, as I have done in CLI, and it has been for just a couple of things.

DLNA and Transmission working nicely, no hangs

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by theluke79 » Sat Jan 24, 2015 4:02 pm

Now with 1.10 and reformat of the data partition to EXT4 from CLI things are fine.
I am digging the RTCWAKE command, which does not seem to work

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by mspector » Sat Jan 24, 2015 9:07 pm

How did you install 1.10? I've been trying to find how, but had not even a hint.

Thanks.

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Re: OpenMediaVault on the Home Media CE

Post by pindio » Sun Jan 25, 2015 11:31 am

mspector wrote:Hello ptelleria,

Thanks for the reply. Seems one of my leds file is different from yours, which may be causing the issue.

However, I can't write the file, even logged in as root and with chmod 777 on the file/directory.

I'll keep trying anyway.

Thanks a lot!
Hello,

Any solution about the leds?

I can not edit the file and change the line:

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[root@DDE01:~]$.cat /sys/class/leds/status:system:ok/trigger
none satadisk nand-disk timer oneshot heartbeat [default-on] 
to

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[root@DDE01:~]$.cat /sys/class/leds/status:system:ok/trigger
[none] satadisk nand-disk timer oneshot heartbeat default-on 
OMV 1.14 (Kralizec) / Debian GNU/Linux 7.8 (wheezy) / Linux 3.12.6_OXNAS+ / ARMv6 GNU/Linux

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