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Instructions: The Quick Easy Cumulus MX Synology NAS Installation

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Instructions: The Quick Easy Cumulus MX Synology NAS Installation

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Install Cumulus MX on Synology NAS...the Quick easy way...


Details:
  • This method has only been tested with network based weather stations. There are reports that it doesn't work with USB stations.
    viewtopic.php?f=40&t=18792
  • Synology DSM 6.2 tested on various models - It works!
  • Synology DSM 7.0 tested with this Quick easy method and it does not work. But despair not, as there is a different solution to DSM 7.0. I still advice, DO NOT UPGRADE to DSM 7.0 (still in public beta anyway) until Mono package by SynoCommunity is updated to support it (unless you want to run Mono in Docker). There is work being done to support Mono install in DSM 7.0, hopefully soon. I've submitted a GIthub issue ticket and it has been accepted.
    • The solution to DSM 7.0 for now is to do it with Docker. See follow up post in this thread for instructions on how to run Cumulus MX on Synology with Docker.
  • This installation method uses minimal system resources and runs at the system level, no container, no VM. Ran great on an old DS214play and a new DS920+ and a few models in between.
  • If you'd like to migrate from a different platform where you are currently running Cumulus MX, you can stop Cumulus MX, take a copy of your Cumulus MX folder and use that to migrate everything over to your Synology NAS. You can follow these instructions instead of downloading and unzipping a fresh copy you use your folder copy.
Overview of process:
Cumulus MX is a Microsoft .net supported application. It is possible to run Cumulus MX in different operating systems with the support of the Mono project from Microsoft. By installing Mono you can then run Cumulus MX. Therefore the first step is to get Mono installed on your Synology NAS.

Quick Easy Installation Steps for Cumulus MX on Synology NAS:
  1. Installing Mono on Synology Diskstation NAS
    • Open the Package Center
      package center icon.png
    • Click on Settings / Package Sources and look to see if you have "SynoCommunity" as a package source. Your list of package sources could be empty as that is the default. These are just additional locations (repositories) to find community created packages.
      package sources.png
    • Click the Add button if you don't have SynoCommunity in the list of package sources.
    • Enter in the Name: "SynoCommunity" and Location: https://packages.synocommunity.com/ then click OK.
      Add package source.png
    • Accept the message that the publisher's certificate will be added to your Synology NAS.
    • You should now see SynoCommunity in the list of Package Sources. Click OK.
    • Close the Package Center and re-open it again.
    • Go to Settings / General and select the Trust Level to be "Synology Inc. and trusted publishers." Then click OK.
      package center settings.png
    • Click on Community section and wait for brief refresh of applications
    • Search for Mono. The icon may or may not have refreshed and it may look generic. That is okay, you can still install it. Click on Install button for Mono.
      serach for mono.png
    • Package should now show that it is Installed after a few moments.
    • If you click on the Package it should show that it is running. As of today the version of Mono installed is 5.20.1.34.
      IMPORTANT: Make a note of the details of the installation volume for the Mono package (its says it there when you click on it). If not Volume 1 then you'll need to edit a path later mentioned in these instructions
  2. Downloading Cumulux MX zip file (Download using your computer. This is not done in DSM)
  3. Unzip and copy the extracted CumulusMX folder to any final installation location you want on your Synology NAS. You can drag and drop the extracted file into DSM File Manger. (DSM File Station app can also unzip...your choice). This location can be the root of your home folder on the NAS (if you are set up to use home folders) or you can create an /opt shared folder and then copy it in there. I'm going to recommend using the /opt share. If you already have an /opt folder you can use it along with whatever is already there. Sharing an /opt folder is typical in Linux for optional applications, as many can reside there.
    * With Synology File Station app in the GUI you don't really have access to to the root the way that DSM has been designed so technically it isn't going to end up in /opt but we'll cover that next. It is mostly symbolic to use /opt in this case.
    • To create an /opt shared folder follow these steps:
      • Open the File Station app in Synology DSM GUI
      • Click on Create and then select Create New Shared Folder
      • Give the new share the name opt
      • Accept all default settings and permissions (just Next, Next, Next, Apply, Okay, and then close Control Panel which will have opened up with this process)
        create opt share.png
  4. Ensure that your unzipped CumulusMX folder is now inside of your desired location or in the opt share preferably.
    CumulusMX copied.png
  5. We now need to find out the full path to the real location of the the CumulusMX folder.
    • You simply right click on the CumulusMX folder and select properties and it will show you the full path to the CumulusMX folder.
      CumulusMX location path.png
      * I'm my case the full path is /volume1/opt/CumulusMX but if you have several volumes in your Synology NAS then your path may be different. You could for example use /volume1/homes/username/CumulusMX but You'll need to remember this full path (and remember that although to you it may seem like /home/username/CumulusMX is a real location...it isn't the case on a Synology). In the rest of this guide replace any reference to /volume1/opt/CumulusMX to the path you are using.
  6. Next we are going to create a Task to Start Cumulus MX.
    • Open Control Panel and expand Advanced Mode to view all options
    • Click on Task Scheduler
    • Click on Create / Triggered Task / User-defined script
      Create Task.png
    • Give the Task the name: Cumulus MX Start and be sure that the User is root, Event is Boot-up, and ensure that Enabled check box is on. Do not click OK yet.
      Task General.png
    • Click on Task Settings tab
    • In the User-defined script box enter the following code: (this is where it is important to use your path if different than volume1 for both Mono and for your /opt/CumulusMX folder)

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      	  /volume1/@appstore/mono/bin/mono-service -l:/tmp/cmx.pid -d:/volume1/opt/CumulusMX CumulusMX.exe -service
    • Click OK to save the task.
  7. Next we are going to create a Task to Stop Cumulus MX.
    • Click on Create / Triggered Task / User-defined script
    • Enter Task name as Cumulus MX Stop, User is root, Event is Shutdown, and ensure that Enabled check box is on. Do not click OK yet.
    • Click on Task Settings tab
    • In the User-defined script box enter two lines:

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      	  kill $(cat /tmp/cmx.pid)
      	  rm /tmp/cmx.pid
    • Click OK to save the task.
  8. We are done! You can reboot your Synology to test the auto-start. Once booted up you should be able to open the Cumulus MX web interface and configure your station. Just open your browser to to the following address that corresponds to your Synology NAS with the specified port of 8998 as follows for example:
    http://192.168.1.21:8998
  9. You can now go to Settings / Station Settings and configure your station.
  10. You need to Restart Cumulus MX after configuring for your station type and selecting your units to begin to get data and have a live working Dashboard.
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Re: Instructions: The Quick Easy Cumulus MX Synology NAS Installation

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How to Upgrade your Synology NAS to New Version of Cumulus MX

Stay tuned....this to be updated soon with details.

(you basically run the Stop task, rename your current CumulusMX folder, copy the new version folder over, copy your data from the old version folder to the new one, run the Start task)
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How to run Cumulus MX on Synology NAS using Docker
--- An alternative method to the other method posted above ---

Please Do Not immediately think that this is complicated: This is easy too...
There are some other methods that I've read on this forum on how to run Cumulus MX using Docker. The first thing to realize is that there are many different ways to implement Docker and its possible change what is actually inside of the Docker container. The first thing you should know is that even if you don't know anything about Docker, or you think you know enough to not understand it, or you think it is too complicated, hear me out first on this method. I will try and make it simple to understand.

What is Docker
Docker is application you can install on some Synology models to run prepackaged applications. I'm not going to prepackage Cumulus MX. Rather I'm going to show you how to use an official Docker image from Microsoft to create a container that runs Mono. You need Mono to run Cumulus MX on Linux (Synology is a form of Linux). Mono contains the required Microsoft .Net framework that will allow you to run Cumulus MX on Linux.

Who is this Docker method for?:
  • A Synology NAS with support for Docker. Unfortunately not all Synology NAS can run Docker. If yours doesn't allow you to install Mono with the method illustrated by the first post in this thread, then this can be an alternative solution.
  • If you have upgraded to DSM 7.0 then the other method in the first post will not work. Your Synology NAS is a prime candidate for this Docker method if you are running DSM 7.0 and if you can install Docker on your particular model. Look in the Synology Package Center to see if Docker is an option. If yes then install it. That is step 1. No need to configure anything yet. We won't use the Docker GUI to configure. I'll show you one command line to enter and where to enter it and then that will do all the work.
  • Anyone can modify these instructions to simply run Cumulus MX with Docker in this manner even if they don't have a Synology. There is nothing particularly Synology about this method (other than the example paths used). If you install Docker then all you need is my one line code below and use it to run Cumulus MX on your system.
How it works
You install Docker. You pull and image from the official Microsoft Mono project. They maintain the container. You don't have to rely on me maintain any private container. The container does not include Cumulus MX. We will attach the Cumulus MX installation folder to the Docker container. You can easily upgrade Cumulus MX versions by stopping the Docker container, upgrading the Cumulus MX folder, and restarting the Docker Container. We are only using Docker as a solution to easily install and run the latest Mono on Synology DSM 7.0.

Why I feel this Docker method is better than other Docker methods:
  • This method does not rely on me nor you maintaining a custom Docker image.
  • This method keeps your CumulusMX folder on the local system outside of the Docker container.
  • The Docker container gains access to local CumulusMX folder via folder mount.
  • You can easily update Cumulus MX by simply stopping the Docker container and updating your local Cumulus MX directory, then restart the Docker container.
  • You have simple access and use of the latest Mono from Microsoft by updating the container image...optional
  • Simple start / stop of Cumulus via Docker container management controls and no need for startup scripts.
  • Method and instructions designed to make things as simple as possible for even novice users
  • This method should work for more than just Synology. It is easily adaptable to any system that can run Docker.


Instructions for running Cumulus MX with help of a Docker Mono image container
  1. Go to the Synology Package Center and install Docker.
  2. You'll need to create a shared folder for your Cumulus files. I recommend creating a share called /opt and then placing your unzipped CumulusMX folder there. You basically need to do Step 2, 3, 4 and 5 from my first post above. I won't duplicate those here. Just reference those and then continue here with the next step regarding SSH.
  3. Enable SSH support for your Synology NAS.
    • Go go Control Panel / Info Center / Service / and turn on SSH and click Apply.
  4. Connect to your Synology NAS with SSH from your computer.
    • There are several ways to make an SSH connection from your computer. One of the simplest methods is to download and run Putty. You can download Putty from:
      https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgt ... atest.html
    • Another way to make an SSH connection is to simply just type SSH form the command prompt as newer Windows 10 builds include it.
    • If you are using Putty or if you are making a connection with the command prompt, here is the connection info:
    • SSH admin@192.168.1.20
    • Replace the IP address to match your Synology's IP address and replace admin for your administrator account on your Synology and enter your password (accept the first time certificate)
  5. You'll now be at the SSH prompt of your Synology. The following command will do many things. You'll only need to enter this once. From then on all you do is manage the Docker container (Start / Stop) from the Docker GUI or you can do command line Docker management if you prefer. Enter the following line into the SSH command line and press Enter:

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    sudo docker run --name CumulusMX --restart always -t -v '/volume1/opt/CumulusMX:/opt/CumulusMX' -dp 8998:8998 mono:latest /bin/sh -c 'cd /opt/CumulusMX; mono CumulusMX.exe'
    
    - This one line command will pull a Mono container from Microsoft, it will create a container named CumulusMX with the Mono image, it will set it to auto-start whenever your Synology boots (as long as you keep Docker enabled), it will enable port 8998 in the container to connect to your LAN, it will mount the directory where your Cumulus MX program and data reside outside of the Docker container, and it will start the Cumulus MX application in a detached Docker container using the latest Mono image.
  6. Give it a few moments to download and get everything going. You can close the SSH connection once the Docker Mono image gets downloaded and configured.
  7. Go to the Synology GUI and see the Docker application and notice that in the Container section you should see CumulusMX named container running.
  8. Make a connection with your browser to Cumulus MX that should now be running. Just point your browser to your Synology NAS IP address and port 8998 as follows:
    http://192.168.1.20:8998
    - Substitute IP address with that of your NAS but be sure to specify port 8989 as shown.
  9. Configure Cumulus MX using its web interface for your station.
  10. Your need to Restart Cumulus MX after configuring for your station type and selecting your units to begin to get data and have a live working Dashboard.
How well does it run? Well this is a virtual DSM (Synology DSM 7.0 VM inside of a DS920+ running DSM 6.2)
Cumulus MX Docker.jpg
Seems pretty good. The Cumulus MX interface feels good. A tiny bit slower when you click than normal (barely feel it) just a tad but I'm not sure if that is because of Docker or because of it being a virtual DSM instance.

How to Maintain Cumulus MX with this Docker Mono image:
You can upgrade Cumulus simply by stopping the Docker container from running, making a backup of your CumulusMX folder, overwriting with the new CumulusMX update folder that you unzip, and then restarting the Cumulus MX Docker container. You can Stop and Start the Docker container by the Docker GUI or you can do it via SSH command line and typing: sudo docker stop CumulusMX. You can then restart it back with the command: sudo docker start CumulusMX.

If you want to update the Mono version you can stop the container. Delete the container and then enter the same SSH command as above to recreate a newer version with the latest Mono. But this likely won't be a necessity very often. As of this writing the current Mono version is 6.12.0 that this method will use.
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This is not a duplicate post. This space is needed too.
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Yes I deliberately intended to have multiple reserved follow-up posts. These are not duplicate postings.

If you need help please open a new thread. Let's reserve this thread to discuss required changes to this original documentation...which is still in progress.
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galfert wrote:
Wed 23 Dec 2020 5:09 am

- Click on Task Settings tab
- In the User-defined script box enter the following code: (this is where it is important to use your path if different than volume1 for both Mono and for your /opt/CumulusMX folder)

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	  /volume1/@appstore/mono/bin/mono-service -l:/tmp/cmx.pid -d:/volume1/opt/CumulusMX CumulusMX.exe -service
- Click OK to save the task.
7. Next we are going to create a Task to Stop Cumulus MX.
- Click on Create / Triggered Task / User-defined script
- Enter Task name as Cumulus MX Stop, User is root, Event is Shutdown, and ensure that Enabled check box is on. Do not click OK yet.
- Click on Task Settings tab
- In the User-defined script box enter two lines:

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	  kill $(cat /tmp/cmx.pid)
	  rm /tmp/cmx.pid
Looking at these two steps, it appears that Synology NAS uses systemd "under the covers".
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It isn't systemd. It is using Upstart which is similar.

UPDATE: The latest Synology operating system is called DSM 6.2 (Diskstation Manager OS). DSM version 7.0 is in public beta right now as of December 8th. 2020. I just looked at my test DSM 7.0 system and it uses systemd. I found /etc/systemd and everything in there that I expected to find where as on 6.2 it isn't there (therefore 6.2 does not support systemd). So this is good news. I much prefer systemd than Upstart. Was about time. Looks like all popular Linux distros have embraced systemd, even though there are some that dislike it in preference older deamons like SysVinit and others.
:groan:

In DSM 7.0 the GUI for the Task Manager looks the same so compatibility going forward should work out (once issues with Mono have been worked out with DSM 7.0)

In DSM 6.2 systemctl does not work. You instead have initctl:

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# initctl --version
initctl (upstart 1.13.2)
Copyright (C) 2006-2014 Canonical Ltd., 2011 Scott James Remnant

This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY
or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
In DSM 7.0 you do have systemctl:

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# systemctl --version
systemd 219
+PAM -AUDIT -SELINUX -IMA -APPARMOR -SMACK +SYSVINIT -UTMP -LIBCRYPTSETUP -GCRYPT -GNUTLS -ACL +XZ -LZ4 -SECCOMP +BLKID -ELFUTILS +KMOD -IDN
*** But warning...do not upgrade to DSM 7.0 or you'll break Mono...at least for now.
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If you are one of the few that is running Cumulus MX on a Synology NAS please reply to this thread and let us know.

I think we'll probably be in the minority of Cumulus MX users. So it would be neat to hear from the few of us.
Let us know:
  • what Synology you are using?
  • what DSM version?
  • which Mono install type? (Package Center or Docker method)
  • station type?
I'll start....
- running on Synology DS920+
- DSM 6.2
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I am a Complete Newb with this stuff, so please go easy :)
So, I Followed Your Installation today, which btw, was very easy to read.
CMX seems to be running, as the today.ini file is updating.
But dashboard, gauges etc. not updating.


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DSM version - 6.2.3-25426 Update 3

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That is my fault! My instructions were incomplete. I've added a final step. Restart Cumulus MX after configuration of station type and unit selection.
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Sorry but still no data being displayed.

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AntHraX wrote:
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Sorry but still no data being displayed.
Zip up your latest log file from your MXdiags folder and attach it a reply to this topic. Then we can have a look at what's going on.
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Here is the latest from MXdiags folder.
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Looks like it is running okay. So something is stopping the data from populating some of your interface pages. What do you see when you open the developer console (hit the F12 key and refresh your interface page)? Any error codes? Also, do you see data on the today/yesterday page and the graphs page? Or is there no data at all?

I don't know what this line in your log file is indicating (I don't have a GW1000, so am unsure):

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2021-01-05 08:00:36.372 wh45> Low - 0V
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I have this line when i view the dashboard- The Notification permission may only be requested in a secure context.
This is one of many when i view today and yesterday- XHRGEThttp://*:8998/api/todayyest/solar.json?_=1609798506640
[HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found 59ms]

There is no data at all...

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