The S.M.A.R.T. management has been finished now. It is possible to view and configure various S.M.A.R.T. parameters like the scan interval, temperature monitoring and scheduled tests. If the email notification is enabled the user will be notified in case of a S.M.A.R.T. error.
This week the progress slows down again a little bit due another backend refactoring. While implementing the WebGUI user administration i realized that the current implementation was lacking. Due this i began to refactor the PHP/bash script backend and also improved the Debian package postinst script which manages the initial configuration after installing the package.
Now it is possible to modify the password for the WebGUI administrator account ‘admin’ via the default user management.
Also it is possible to enable/disable/force SSL/TLS for the WebGUI.
Maybe you’ve also noticed that the navigation panel has been redesigned. The plugins are now able to define the order of appearance in the list.
Please note this a quick and dirty hack, so if you’re a Debian package expert you’re welcome to improve it.
The last week i did some unspectacular but necessary and helpful modifications under the hood.
- For example the event driven configuration change management has been improved, so it is really easy to monitor any changes in the configuration and start any action if required.
- I also added JFS support after reading an interesting article in a German magazine. I think JFS is great if you want to store your data absolute safe. But this is a personal decision of everyone and i do not want to start a filesystem discussion at this point (these f**king ZFS discussion on FreeNAS was enough).
- I also extended the WebUI framework to add additional informations to a form field:
- Started to implement the SMB/CIFS service.
- Finally i decided to choose the GPLv3 license for OMV.