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Published in 2015-11-3 17:55:55 | Show all floors |Read mode
Hello today I make img system OpenMediaVault for Orange Pi Plus.

Image can download from http://simplenas.com/download/orange-plus

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Published in 2015-11-11 16:16:56 | Show all floors
Thank you for sharing. I will try it today

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Published in 2015-11-27 06:01:24 | Show all floors
Hi,

I have installed the OS, it is running good, thank you cyryllo. Just noticed in dmesg, that periodically is written message : "wdt_restart, write reg 0xf1c20cb0". I tried to look what it means, but could't find. Is it possible to disable it ?

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simatic replied at 2015-11-26 23:01
Hi,

I have installed the OS, it is running good, thank you cyryllo. Just noticed in dmesg, that per ...

Check this: http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... id=133&pid=6074

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Published in 2015-11-29 20:43:53 | Show all floors
Thanks for this. Had a question - Has this been created with SATA Port Multiplier that will support multiple SATA disks? I found something has been done for the Banana Pi but need an image for OrangePi Plus.

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MickySingh replied at 2015-11-29 13:43
Thanks for this. Had a question - Has this been created with SATA Port Multiplier that will support  ...

Current image ca't suppor multipler SATAt. * (Not tested)
When I find some time I will try to prepare image.

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 Author| Published in 2015-12-7 06:48:23 | Show all floors
I make another image based on Debian by loboris. (old image based on raspbian)
Unfortunately, these new versions of OMV (2.1.19) had bugs that have already corrected in the new image. Now I test system and you can watch speedtest via 1Ge



When all work I share new img.

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Published in 2015-12-7 15:53:49 | Show all floors
MickySingh replied at 2015-11-29 20:43
Thanks for this. Had a question - Has this been created with SATA Port Multiplier that will support  ...

It always depends only on the SoC used. Everything that applies to Banana Pi (A20) also applies to Orange Pi and Orange Pi Mini (both also A20 based and way more superiour for every NAS task than all the H3 based models or Steven's newest baby the 'Plus 3' based on the H64 SoC).

I short words: No, you will never be able to use Port multipliers with any H3 model since they don't have SATA (just a slow and crappy onboard USB-to-SATA bridge on the Plus/Plus2). And using PMs with A20 is also not the best idea: http://linux-sunxi.org/SATA#Port_multipliers
Published in 2015-12-7 16:03:21 | Show all floors
Edited by bronco at 2015-12-7 16:05
cyryllo replied at 2015-12-7 06:48
Now I test system and you can watch speedtest via 1Ge

Just as a reference: This is an A20 based board (Banana Pi or LinkSprite pcDuino Nano v3 -- can't remember but it makes exactly no difference):




  • my setup with A20: dual core SoC running at 1056 MHz, SoC temperature with passive heatsink not exceeding 50°C
  • your setup with H3: quad core SoC running at 1536 MHz, SoC temperature requires an annoying fan since otherwise throttling occurs


And even with the insane overvolting/overclocking settings all H3 users seem to love the H3 is not even half as fast when used as a NAS. Since CPU performance doesn't matter that much in this area.

If you want a NAS always stay away from any 'Plus' and choose the 'Mini' or original 'Orange Pi' instead. SATA matters and A20 rulez

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Published in 2015-12-7 17:11:42 | Show all floors
This is most helpful Bronco. So, let me wrap my head around this regards the H3 - No Hardware acceleration of Video so cannot use it for Media Center, No Port Replication so cannot use it for NAS --- What can one use the Orange Pi Plus with H3 for ????
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