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  1. Bonebreaker777

    NAS freezes after update

    Well, looks like restart wasn't necessary. I've turned the NAS off, done my regular quarterly maintenance (de-dust, etc) and when I've put it back together, since then I haven't experienced the same issue. Oddly enough I have a different issue - I've plugged in a WD My Passport SSD into the NAS (USB C > USB 3.0). The SSD showed up as a connected device but I couldn't get it in the File Station. Any ideas?
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    NAS freezes after update

    Also the logs doesn't show anything. And clients connected to the NAS still experience the same issue, regardless if they're connected via wire or wireless. I'll try to 'restart' the NAS (re-install).
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    NAS freezes after update

    Well, DLNA IS not used in any form as far as I'm concerned. My Kodi player and our phones/laptops directly play from the NAS. No indexing in progress.
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    NAS freezes after update

    Running thing while logged on and watching the 'resource monitor' to see if there are any spikes. Of course, like quantum effects, nothing happens while you're watching
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    NAS freezes after update

    Have you tried rebooting? - several times. Even turning it off and on. Both via DSM and manually. Is the index service running, also have a look at what else is running i.e. - not that I could see. Very little utilisation. Works great but once a while it just gets 'frozen' for a few seconds How many users are connected - two max but usually only one
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    NAS freezes after update

    Good evening, I've recently updated to Update 8 from Update 3 (6.1.3-15152). Since then I'm getting regular freezes when streaming from the NAS, moving files onto and from the NAS, etc. Any ideas? Symptoms: the playback freezes for a few seconds then it catches up and fast forwards. Thanks
  7. I'll say try it. As I could and add a blank drive to install DSM anew but with a random SN to try, so can you
  8. It does work, I have N3150-ITX and DS916+ installed and regardless what I play I've get nearly 0% extra CPU utilisation
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    Asrock Q1900-ITX/Q1900DC-ITX

    Isn't is easier and safer to wake up via the router? Especially opening up port 22.
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    Asrock Q1900-ITX/Q1900DC-ITX

    I think you're going to have to re-install which is the equivalent of the RESET on the Synology models.
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    Asrock Q1900-ITX/Q1900DC-ITX

    Working perfectly fine for me on my N3150-ITX board from AsRock. On both SATA controllers too, I might add. 6.1.3-15152
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    Drivers requests for DSM 5.2

    Would it be possible to include drivers for cheap Ethernet-to-USB adapters, please? RD9700 product. The Linux drivers on the bundled CD are 100 Kb but I'm not sure how to install them.
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    Using Virtual DSM Manager with one LAN port

    Crap - I was hoping for a less costly solution will check out PCIe LAN cards. But I don't want to sacrifice my USB 3.0 ports! (my mobo is really old, no USB 3.0 and I have only 1x PCIe slot).
  14. WoL is working for me too, since DSM 6.x.x which wasn't previously possible under the old DSM 5.2.x All you have to do is to make sure you can use WoL with plain old BIOS settings (not turning the unit off via DSM or any other OS). A number of routers support WOL built in or you can have apps on your phones and open port 9 for WOL instructions. Once you have done the necessary steps, you can turn on WOL in DSM and from that point you should be able to wake your unit from anywhere.
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    WOL on DSM6 - Jun loader

    Well, on my configuration with previous DSM versions I had a problem to successfully use WoL but with 6.x.x I can finally use it. Once you've confirmed that you can use WoL just with plain shutdown/power off (not via DSM) you can turn it on in DSM @ Control Panel > Hardware & Power > General > Enable WOL on Lan X For example I have two XPEnology machines running. On one (my main rig) I'm able to use WOL outside DSM via BIOS but until v6.x I couldn't use WOL in conjunction with DSM software shutdown. On the other (test rig) I'm not able to use WOL outside the DSM and I'm not able to use WOL after I use software shutdown via DSM. Hope it makes at least a little sense. For either you will need the right settings in BIOS and the 'real' MAC address of your chosen LAN port.