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  1. @JRCOMTECH Just to be sure of what happened, and what you want to do, If I got this right: 1 - you have "destroyed" your working DS1511+ by overwriting it's factory bootdevice with one of Jun's modyfied bootloaders? 2 - Now, you want to recover your system to working status, by reinstalling a factory bootloader? Then maybe @FlorisVN may help you as he has done some research on that subject.
  2. @compuman Care to share the found solution? (in case someone else would like to give it a try)
  3. @vollz Since we are already a bit off-topic, in regards to the original post. What are you using as vnic on your VM?
  4. @gquiring If I read your Q correctly, you want to create an image file from your working USB bootstick, then read out the info from that grub.cfg using OSFMount, using Windows as your OS?
  5. Some Q's: In regards to HP P410 / P410i, did you read the FAQ? Do you have a list over the PCI ID's of the controllers you was not able to use? Did you configure them as RAID or AHCI? And did you check if any of the other controllers could work with extra drivers? (those are to be used with Jun's 1.02b/DSM 6.1.x, but gives an idea).
  6. @v_sedih The upper 3 boxes are showing the read performances, the lower 3 are showing the write performance. Just as @jensmander was pointing out, the last box on the right, shows the latency (zaderzhka / задержка). in micro- and milli-seconds. In regards to latency, smaller number is better. The SSD is showing a much better value=faster. When it comes to IOPS and Throughput, the first 2 boxes, bigger is better, and again the SSD outperforms the HDD in your test. So, why do you think your SSD is slow? It's actually just where it should be as far as I can tell.
  7. Oops somehow I missed the info about it being a G8 Microserver... that's why I added the last Q. I'm sure you have already tried this, but have you shut down both the NAS and the router, booted the router and then the NAS? Let me see if I got this correctly, did you first set a fixed adress directly on the NAS, or did you first reserve the DHCP given adress (within the DHCP scope), then setting it to a different, but fixed IP directly on your router? Seeing your other problems, with the "disappearing" shares, it seems like there are some other problem "hidden" somewhere. Are you using Jun's 1.02b bootimage? And, are you using the 3615 or the 3617 variant? Depending on how much (important) data you have on your NAS, the fastest way might be to do a full clean install. You might be lucky, and do a "migrate" install, going from 15 to 17, or the other way around, and by so, deleting the settings (and apps) but keeping your data. Or you may boot a linux distro, and format the system partition(s) on your disk(s), keeping the data partition(s) intact. (btw: if it's important, you allready have at least 2 backups of your data;-) ) Or, while running the live-linux, you might edit the files keeping your network config, resetting it to defaults (DHCP). BTW: Are you only using the internal nic's on your G8, or have you installed any extra nic's? (in case you want to go the 6.2.x way).
  8. 1 - Do you find it if you use the Synology Assistent? If so, is that IP it shows you the same as you try to connect to? 2 - Do you have another PC at home, that you can try to connect from, in case your IP has been autoblocked? btw: What "Branded Hardware" are you using? (in regards to this subforum...)
  9. Make a new USB stick, with 1.02b (for DS3615xs) Download this .pat file, and try doing a manual install with it:
  10. @Bimmermad I'm just *guessing* here, but you might have been getting a .PAT that is not compatible with your network card. The latest working DSM on your internal nic would be 6.1.7-15284 Update 3. If you by any chance installed any newer version, you must either downgrade or add a supported nic.
  11. @Bimmermad Just to be sure, 1 - what bootloader did you use on your USB stick, 2 - did you provide the .PAT file manually, or was it automaticly downloaded from Synology during the upgrade process?
  12. @OldSmurf I know you have sorted it all out now, but I noticed a small "error" in the screen-dump you posted in post #16, it seems like when you tried to issue the "mac1" command, you forgot the ":" used as a divider in the address. Not sure if you should have gotten a different error than you did though...
  13. Hi, how big is your USB bootstick?
  14. The spindown feature, aka. HDD Hibernation may be enabled from the controlpanel -> Hardware & Power. But, if you read a bit here you will see that there are many reasons why it might not work. If you want to save even more power, and you know for sure the NAS won't be needed, lets say, between 21:30 and 16:00 a Power Schedule might be better for your use. That way it will (if working as it's supposed to) turn itself off, and go to sleep with the rest of the family, and turn itself back on at specified time.
  15. Could it be, that the 6.2.2 update broke the compatibility in regards to the drivers for your SATA controller?