crookedview

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  1. I've been running the same Xpenology instance since 5.something and it's been through several upgrades. I also have a valid serial number that I'd like to apply to my system. From my understanding, changing the serial number must be done with a reinstall of the system. I have an extra Surveillance Station license that I'd like to use, but need to apply the valid serial number first. I'm using Jun's 1.03b bootloader, and running DSM 6.2.3. I tried changing the serial number and MAC addresses via the grub config file, but that doesn't seem to update whatever is necessary for Surv
  2. I had a similar issue with DSM 5.2, but it was because the root partition had run out of disk space. Possible this was the case?
  3. Thanks! I'll give that a shot.
  4. I've not been able to figure this out either. I have tried IDE and SATA disk types in ESXI 6, disk mode is independent non-persistent, but the DSM installer still wants to format my boot disk. I have tried adding rmmod=ata_piix to the end of the loadlinux line in the grub config.
  5. Installed and running fine on my ESXi VM running 5.2-5592.2.
  6. Henrik, I think the answer (unfortunately) is to downgrade (see the bottom of this thread: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=9329&p=50501&hilit=surveillance+license#p50501) to version 7.0 of Surveillance Station.
  7. My speeds aren't the same, though . The single disk is faster than the 2-disk SHR array. I am using a PCIe controller (m1015 flashed to LSI firmware). All 3 drives (2 SHR 1 single disk) are connected to this controller. Yeah andale, I set up SHR for 2 disks, which from what I read sets the drives up in a RAID 1 array. I was hoping that SHR would perform striped reads between disks (ZFS will stripe reads across disks, writes are mirrored).
  8. I'm running Xpenology in a VMWare 6 ESXi environment with an IBM m1015 RAID controller flashed to LSI firmware in IT (HBA) mode. I have 2 disks (4TB) attached to the controller that are running as Synology Hybrid Raid (SHR) and a single disk (5TB) also attached to the controller that is running in single-disk mode. My read speeds from the SHR configuration are between 80-110MB/s, while the single disk read speeds are usually >110MB/s read speed. Is there something in Xpenology that I can tweak to achieve better SHR read speeds? I thought RAID1 read speeds would be much higher than