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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001816||openmediavault||Feature||public||2017-09-09 18:34||2017-09-09 18:39|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0001816: Drive message at boot|
|Description||Presently if I remove the USB drive that contains the OpenMediaVault-OS and the BIOS autoresets its configuration to look at the primary HDD for boot then it just goes to a black screen without any messages or warnings. This is not a problem, however, a feature request would be to have the drive messages as are on FreeNas where it advises that it is being managed by FreeNas. A drive message such as "This drive is managed by OpenMediaVault. Please contact your administrator or check your operating system boot drive and try again." would be a great option and may help quickly identify boot related drive issues and prevent unnecessary support inquires to black screens at boot.|
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Secondarily, if possible a statement under the afforested management message that indicates the identification info of the hard drive (if possible) so that a user knows which hdd is loading as the primary at a glance. Perhaps it would look something like:
"This drive is managed by OpenMediaVault. Please contact your administrator or check your operating system boot drive and try again.
MODEL: WHATEVER-MODEL | SERIAL: WHATEVER-SERIAL"
|2017-09-09 18:34||jbtopnmdvlt||New Issue|
|2017-09-09 18:34||jbtopnmdvlt||Status||new => assigned|
|2017-09-09 18:34||jbtopnmdvlt||Assigned To||=> votdev|
|2017-09-09 18:39||jbtopnmdvlt||Note Added: 0004938|