OpenMediaVault – Configuring Your own NAS server
[dropcap]N[/dropcap]etwork-Attached Storage or NAS, is a device dedicated to network data storage, is essentially a server with a unique feature to promote data storage services to other devices on the network. There are several NAS options available as FreeNAS, OpenFiler, NASLite, among others, today let’s talk about OpenMediaVault.
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OpenMediaVault is a robust open source NAS server based on Debian with a full web interface that allows management of the entire system, connected devices, raids and file systems including configuration of ACLs. It also supports monitoring by Syslog, Watchdog, SMART, SNMP (v1 / 2c / 3), and graphs MRTG type, indicating use of CPU, network, disk and memory, allowing you to configure sending notifications by email , which makes it an excellent data storage system.
- Among other omv features are:
- File sharing through NFS, SMB / CIFS, FTP and rsync;
- Support several plugins for http://omv-extras.org; Eg NetTalk, UPS, Clamav, iSCSI, LVM, LDAP;
- Web interface for management;
- Task scheduling;
- Support for GPT partitions;
- Filesystem support EXT3 / EXT4 / XFS / JFS;
- Software RAID JBOD / 0/1/5/6;
- Quota support (by volume);
- Web management of ACLs;
- Link Aggregation (Bond);
- Wake On Lan;
- IPv6 support;
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The installation of OMV can be made directly with the ISO or via repository.
Execute the following commands to install on Debian Wheezy:
echo 'deb http://packages.openmediavault.org/public stoneburner main' > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openmediavault.list
apt-get install openmediavault-keyring postfix
apt-get install openmediavault