Open Media Vault Docker

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    Hey all,

    I'm having some issues with Portainer. I moved docker and all my containers to a new hard drive. I changed the directory path in the docker gui. All my containers are working perfectly except for portainer. I've removed and installed protainer multiple times with no luck. I installed Yacht (which I'm not very familiar with) to see portainers status and it appears to be hanging on restart. I cant stop or restart it either, it just hangs there. I tried restarting the computer too but it's still the same. Any suggestions would be awesome
    Thanks heaps

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Out of the box, the OpenMediaVault software has support for (S)FTP, SMB/CIFS, DAAP media server, RSync, and even features built-in support for Docker containers. OpenMediaVault can be much easier to use than trying to set up each individual service on your Raspberry Pi, like SAMBA and FTP. This API is based on orrpan/python-openmediavault and tiangolo/fastapi. Ovm-fastapi is an api connected to your existing OpenMediaVault nas or server. With this api you will be able to read: Host - cpu load, memory etc. Make sure to change the environment variables in docker-compose.yml before you. I started by downloaded openmediavault5.5.11-amd64.iso. I used etcher to install to the installation media to a USB. When attempting to install from that USB drive, to a 2nd USB thumb drive, Ive received multiple errors. No Root File System.

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