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OpenMediaVault

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OpenMediaVault is the next generation network attached storage (NAS) solution based on Debian Linux. It contains services like SSH, (S)FTP, SMB/CIFS, DAAP media server, RSync, BitTorrent client and many more. Thanks to the modular design of the framework it can be enhanced via plugins.

OpenMediaVault is primarily designed to be used in home environments or small home offices, but is not limited to those scenarios. It is a simple and easy to use out-of-the-box solution that will allow everyone to install and administrate a Network Attached Storage without deeper knowledge.

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  • schofiel
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    Have been using OMV for over a year now - very satisfied. With the possible exception of the Synology (commercial) NAS solution, this is to me the best NAS OS available at the moment. Superb!

    Posted 07/29/2014
  • jonathan999
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    After a long search i came across openmediavault and try'd it. it is the closed thing you would get to a commercial build nas. works very good and is very stable.

    Posted 07/28/2014
  • aldaris001
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    I am using OMV for years already and I am still fascinated how easy, stable and flawlessly it works.

    Posted 07/05/2014
  • ellnic
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    The best choice out there for open NAS software, IMO. I run this on the HP N54L, and it works very well. Before I came across OMV I had a look at FreeNAS and NAS4Free, but the limited hardware support of FreeBSD, live system approach and inability to install the solution on top of an existing FreeBSD install put me off. OMV is built on Debian and installs to a HDD. You have the option of downloading an ISO to install or it can be installed on top of your existing Debian install with a simple apt-get giving you a lot of flexibility and access to everything that Debian has to offer (ie. a MASSIVE repo and support for pretty much every linux app, and a GUI on your NAS box if you want). Hardware support is a big plus point for me over the FreeBSD based solutions. I run Wheezy with OMV on top, backported 3.14 kernel. I use a Tenda UG2 NIC to supplement the on board NIC and use link aggregation (easily done with OMV). The only [small] downside at present is that the OMV ZFS plugin is not quite finished - but you can setup ZFS in Debian with little effort anyway, and the plugin is being worked on. Overall: Great project, great forums/support, try it.

    Posted 07/04/2014
  • kochin
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    I have been using OMV for more than 1 1/2 years. It's the easiest network storage and service solution among 3 open source projects I have tried out. It is not only simple to use, but also feature rich and with expansion possibility for the future.

    Posted 07/02/2014
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Intended Audience

System Administrators, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

Unix Shell, PHP, JavaScript

Registered

2009-12-03

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