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    Hello everybody ,


    I have a question. I have sonarr installed in omv and everything is working flawlessly.
    Now i am configuring SSL for couchpotato/plex and sonarr.
    I have succeeded configuring this for plex and couchpotatato but i'm having some troubles with sonarr...
    i've enabled SSL in the web interface on port 9898, but this does not appear to work.
    Doesn't sonarr use the certificate created by OMV ?
    Or does it work in a different way ?

    Any help is appreciated :) !

    Thanks
  • New

    Hello,

    two days ago I decided to go the OMV 3 route. I installed everything on my main server (see sig.) made every possible update (v3.0.30) and also updated to the 4.6 backport kernel.
    I made everything like I did within OMV2 (Snapraid, mergefs with 3 hdd drives, created two users, created shared folders, gave the shared folders read/write permissions to the users, installed smb and added the shared folders to it).
    With my iMac (El Capitan 10.11.5 with all the latest updates) I could connect to my OMV, within Finder (this is like the explorer within Windows) the shared folders showed up, but when I tried to open them, Finder crashed and showed an error window with the message that I don't have the permissions to open the shared folder.
    The same problem I had also with my MacbookAir with Mavericks installed.
    First I thought the problem came from the migration of the existing shares from the OMV2 installation. So I deleted everything (and formatted all the drives) and installed OMV3…
  • New

    my system is more oriented to server and vm
    nas part is weak point :(

    [environtment]
    1. intel E3-1265L v3 - 4core 8thread
    2. 2x3TB HDD for static files
    3. 1x64GB SSD for OMV os
    4. 1x256GB SSD for VM os
    5. 8GBx3 NO ECC RAM
    6. OMV 3.0.29
    I set all hdd to spindown some amount of time
    power consumption is around 40W in idle


    [omv-plugin]
    1. omv-letsencrypt (adapted for 3.0.26 by me) - all service I use are encryped by this cert
      (click if you interest it)
    2. omv-rsnapshot (fixed some bug by me) - good plugin for backup, using hard-link and incremental backup it saves total backup size
    3. omv-unionfilesystems
    4. omv-snapraid
    5. omv-openvpn
    6. samba
    (I already made pull requests for all fixes by me)

    I used omv-docker,
    but docker permission management is so horrible, so I don't use docker now
    IMHO I don't recommend docker

    [other service]
    1. lounge : irccloud.com similar service
      it keeps irc log when I'm not using


    2. emby & tvheadend : emby & tvheadend for TV recording, viewing
    3. webvirtmgr : kvm management web gui, image is below
    4. it helps me
  • New

    Hi guys.
    I put into standby my omv pc and after that it doesn't wake up anymore!
    If I go to the Web interface it gave me the error 403 forbidden, and I can't event connect with putty!
    So I shot some photos of what I saw right after I connected my monitor at the Nas :(
    I have the latest stable version with kernel 4.5.7 because the default one doesn't support my chipset (h170).
    Here's the photos :(

    i.imgur.com/zncNFqC.jpg
    imgur.com/a/OR9kB
    i.imgur.com/BnItNoX.jpg
    i.imgur.com/qSPqwOa.jpg

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    Replied to the thread OMV 3.0 (SVN/testing) My OMV Build [SERVER + VM + NAS].

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    ok let me explain my post a bit :) I am a bit of a noob when it comes to Linux. even after almost 3 years playing with it [face-palm in shame and embarrassment] but I can follow directions well and use google well to get me through almost any thing,…
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    I will post guide for qemu + webvirtmgr (maybe within this week? I don't know) I will link guide here
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    Quote from tinh_x7: “What's the difference between this new method vs the original ? ” you mean #HOW CAN I USES MULTIPLE SUBDOMAINS? Quote from luxflow: “#HOW CAN I USES MULTIPLE SUBDOMAINS? change example domain according your domain…
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    Hello everybody , I have a question. I have sonarr installed in omv and everything is working flawlessly. Now i am configuring SSL for couchpotato/plex and sonarr. I have succeeded configuring this for plex and couchpotatato but i'm having some…
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    Which one you recommend?
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    What's the difference between this new method vs the original ?
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    If you use the schedule jobs in the OMV interface, then you don't need to use crontab. Use only one scheduler, otherwise, the schedules may conflict.
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    Quote from abpostelnicu: “That one worked, can't we add it to the patch, that less experienced users, that are not costumed with cli can use it? LE: it worked for me, thank you! ” yes you're right since it is accepted by ryecoaaron, you can install…
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    Replied to the thread OMV 2.0 openmediavault-letsencrypt.

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    That one worked, can't we add it to the patch, that less experienced users, that are not costumed with cli can use it? LE: it worked for me, thank you!