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  1. Tried DSM_DS918+_23739,DSM_DS918+_25426,DSM_DS918+_25556. Using 1.04b as 918+ on a haswell based quad core gigabyte mb.
  2. Thx, do you know what's weird? I have another ST6000DM003 in the same box and it works fine.....So, I put the problematic ST6000DM003 in another PC and it works fine there. This is the most bizarro thing I've seen.
  3. I have an XPenology 6.x on an old FoxConn D70S-P motherboard with an add-on sata controller for a total of 8 drives. When I replaced one of the older 3TB drives with a new 6TB Seagate ST6000DM003, the pc won't boot. It goes to the 1st screen which shows the add-on controller's SATA drives (4 of them) and then that's it. The fans just spin at full speed and it won't boot. If I put back the older drive, it boots fine. The seagate ST6000DM003 works fine in a usb enclosure. I tried the drive on each of the SATA cables so both on the onboard controller and on the add-on controller, made no differen
  4. Yeah, this worked. My array is now in the process of becoming an SHR-2 array. Awesome, thanks a bunch
  5. Thanks, I understand that but are you saying that I should make the array degrade on purpose by removing the 500GB? Then what?
  6. Yeah, data is backed up. Why would the swap from 500GB to 4TB allow me to change to shr-2? It would go from Disk 1: 1.8TB Disk 3: 2.7TB Disk 5: 2.7TB Disk 6: 3.6TB Disk 7: (Not initialized, reserved for upgrade to SHR-2) 3.6TB Disk 8: 3.6TB Disk 9: 2.7TB Disk 10: 466GB to Disk 1: 1.8TB Disk 3: 2.7TB Disk 5: 2.7TB Disk 6: 3.6TB Disk 7: (Not initialized, reserved for upgrade to SHR-2) 3.6TB Disk 8: 3.6TB Disk 9: 2.7TB Disk 10: 3.6TB Still 3 different sizes of drives.
  7. Disk 1: 1.8TB Disk 3: 2.7TB Disk 5: 2.7TB Disk 6: 3.6TB Disk 7: (Not initialized, reserved for upgrade to SHR-2) 3.6TB Disk 8: 3.6TB Disk 9: 2.7TB Disk 10: 466GB The shitty part is that right after the 6.1 upgrade I 'initialized' Disk 8 which was previously unused as well.
  8. Tried it again. It seems that making that change to synoinfo.conf results in the diskstation wanting to reinstall.
  9. So, I reinstalled but I still don't see the option to 'Change Raid Type'
  10. I guess not. A quick google search found that I need to ssh and then sudo vi and comment out supportraidgroup="yes" and add support_syno_hybrid_raid = "yes". Just did it. Damn, now upon reboot, my DSM is asking to reinstall/migrate. Is this normal? Should I proceed with installing/migrating again?
  11. I have 7 drives in there right now as SHR-1, largest drive is a 4TB and I added a non-initialized 4TB to perform the change to SHR-2.
  12. Hello, does anyone know why I cannot perform 'Change RAID Type' on 6.1.3 update 8? That is the main reason I upgraded. I wanted to go from SHR-1 to SHR-2.
  13. Also, I would like to let everyone know that the migration went flawlessly. I even let it auto-update to update 6.1.3 update 8 and it's all good so far. Thanks to the OP for the great tutorial.
  14. I would like to thank sbv3000, using his advise, I will changed the PID/VID in the grub config file and made the rest of the changes at the grub console and the install proceeded fine.