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  1. Ohh, I got it, must have been the "SSD Cache Advisor" so I checked another of my boxes, also with 16GB RAM but no SSD Cache. Both are based on DS3615xs, the first one running DSM 6.1.x this one is on DSM 6.2.x
  2. Where did you find this calculator? Here I am running with 16GB RAM, and I have a 128GB SSD as cache, no problem.
  3. Let's just agree to disagree the USB boots the bootloader, the bootloader loads DSM And since I have at least 7 HP G7 Microservers. home and at friends, running XPE flawlessly, since DSM 4.x, in addition to a handfull others no need to tell me that Synologys OS is called DSM. All the best of luck to get your G7 up and running 100%
  4. Just "jumping in" before reading the complete topic: The *only* bootable drive, is your USB drive holding the bootloader. None of the HDD's are "bootable for DSM".
  5. Hi, have you sorted this out yet? Did you use a static IP configured on your NAS, or did you use DHCP? If DHCP, check your DHCP server and it's log, to make sure you are looking for the correct IP. Did you try to find it using the Synology Assistent?
  6. Try reading (and follow the "path") in this thread it might give you some hints
  7. @Tattoofreak I am currently using this, what are the benefits of using the one you released on github ?
  8. @Tattoofreak What is the difference/gained benefits compared with the original open-vm-tools?
  9. That *might* be due to my PlexPass, as we passholders have some "benefit's". But the one you found, was the same version as I was running when I posted the screendump above, working fine on my NAS
  10. You *did* choose the Intel 64-bit ? (intel as in platform, not as in brand) Try to uninstall the .spk, and do a reboot. Then download and install "PlexMediaServer-1.21.2.3918-e47113e83-x86_64.spk" (Intel-64bit)
  11. @Arsiezis Did you download the .spk using the Package Center, or direct from plex.tv ? As shown in my screendump, my installed version, from Plex, is newer than "the newest" from Syno.
  12. I run Plex dockerless, installed the .spk manually after downloading it from plex.tv and I get a notification on my Plex "desktop/Dashboard" whenever they have a new update ready for me, that way I can check other users experience before manually doing the update Edit: <palmface> I just noticed, when manually downloading the available .spk from plex, there was a minor update compared to what I had running </palmface>
  13. Now might be a good time to check that your most current backup is OK ? btw: Doublecheck that the LAN cable and switch/router port in use is 100% functional.
  14. Take note of the "Secure" part, it means that the certificate most likely failed (https). Can you press the "Learn more" link, and get to the non-secure page (http), or use a different browser that allows you to do so? btw. No need to cencor your internal IP adress