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  1. just FYI - this guide - the Chinese portion (mostly the .vmdk file ) allowed a perfect migration from 6.1 (1.02b2) to a 6.2 with a LSI passthrough created the vmdk for the new synoboot.img (renamed synoboot62.img, and synoboot62.vmdk respectivly) uploaded to datastore removed old synoboot file HDD from config switched to bios booting added new Synboot making sure to use SATA/SATA Used remote console to boot (VMRC) so I can force into VMWARE/ESXi mode wizard migrated perfectly
  2. this sounds like a great product - much more useful than JUST DSM.
  3. my experience is this : I was not able to deploy using the HTML5 "web UI" - i had to dig out my old 6.0 vsphere client to deploy.
  4. dr_drache

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    I was wrong - after using the OVF download in another thread - everything is perfect. this was an user error (mine).
  5. dr_drache

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Quck update... 1.02Alpha doesn't support LSI 2xxx cards - it never boots after initial installation; remove the card and you get the "please install harddrives" message.
  6. I can provide a working 6.0.x OVA that I have remotely deployed to 6/6.5 ESXi, PM me for info.
  7. I apology again if I went too far - i looked back and a few things can be better said; I have not, but I can; look at what iscsi is doing on my ESXi DSM(5.2), and see what is required for good block access. my setup will NOT be a good test case, I am using SHR - which in all aspects, is file level (or more correctly - quite a few layers to get to block level) - so iscsi will be hampered by that. if DSM is using decent raid (raid-5 with write hole, ) then you should be able to get pretty decent speed. looking at DSM's site : https://www.synology.com/en-us/knowledgebase/DSM/help/DSM/St
  8. you are not quite 100% in your terms sir. the iSCSI presented by WD/Qnap/Synology/Linux - is 100% TRUE iSCSI. you are getting iscsi (a transportation layer (read: networking protocol)- allows the SCSI command to be sent end-to-end over local-area networks (LANs), wide-area networks (WANs) or the Internet) with SAN (Storage Area Network) the Virtual drive you are refering to is a LUN - which is how iscsi and FibreChannel work. LUN : A logical unit number (LUN) is a unique identifier to designate an individual or collection of physical or virtual storage devices that execute input/o
  9. make sure you are running ESXi 6U2 - then use the web UI : https://ESXI_HOST/ui/ for anyone else using ESXi and want the easy way to update : http://www.v-front.de/2016/01/how-to-use-esxi-patch-tracker-to-update.html
  10. how would I move my current xpenology NAS to this?
  11. just a peice of info - this is with ESXi passthrough : fuuny thing - works find in OSX and WIndows - will try some other methods.
  12. I have tried this with Xpenboot 5.2-5644.4 - and 5644.2 DSM DSM is installed as a ESXi Guest with a RocketRaid 622 in passthrough - lspci showed the device properly; when I insmod rr62x.ko - it always returns with no device present (I can supply acual commands - am on laptop now) any suggestions?