As of today 1 Feb 2022, I have my EON NAS unit running with Raspberry Pi BullsEye OS, MDADM, and OMV 5.
Below is my documented process of how I got everything up and running. There are no guarantees that this will work 100 percent but I was able to perform this twice to ensure it worked for me. Use as you see fit.
PS. I’m am not developer nor geeky enough to troubleshoot any issue you may come across.
Installing and setting up RAID 1 on Raspberry Pi (Bullseye) and Open Media Vault
Install Raspberry Lite OS version of Bullseye to memory card
- Ensure SSH has been enable during the install to memory card (Use: Ctrl Shift X)
Flash Pi board with new OS
Open PuTTY application
-Find the IP for this NAS Pi board -Log in when able
Add EON Script to Pi Board
curl https://download.argon40.com/argoneon.sh | bash
Follow the below command lines to install MDADM software to establish a Raid configuration
sudo -i sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade -y sudo apt-get install mdadm -y blkid Note: Verify the correct harddrive assignment (ie, sda, sdb, sdc, or sdd). My two harddrives (Seagate 6Tb Wolf) were docked in the two center SATA ports) and were listed as sda and sdb. sudo mdadm --create --verbose /dev/md/vol1 --level=1 --raid-devices=2 /dev/sda /dev/sdb
Follow below instructions for installing OMV
sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo reboot now
After logging in,
wget https://github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers/installScript/raw/master/install chmod +x install sudo ./install sudo reboot now
After reboot, Go to your browser and enter the IP number for the NAS.
Follow instructions from New User Guide — openmediavault 5.x.y documentation
Other Useful Site:
How to set up OpenMediaVault on Raspberry Pi