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  1. Not yet no... as far as I know it's not stable at all.
  2. I was pretty sure ESXi also sent ACPI requests on shutdown since you can do it from it's command line.... that's really a bummer you can't configure it as the default way of shutting down a given VM...
  3. Just use this, it works great. Gives you support for shutdown/restart. IP should be static so it never changes. Don't think there are any other benefits of open-vm-tools. Most important for me was the shutdown/restart support:
  4. bromolow_user_config.json: { "extra_cmdline": { "vid": "0x46f4", "pid": "0x0001", "sn": "*******", "mac1": "xxxxxxxxxxxx", "mac2": "xxxxxxxxxxxx", "mac3": "xxxxxxxxxxxx", "netif_num": 3 }, "synoinfo": {}, "ramdisk_copy": {} } bundled-exts.json: { "thethorgroup.virtio": "", "thethorgroup.boot-wait": "" } unRAID xml: ... <interface type='bridge'>
  5. I'll look into dmesg and other logs to see if I can spot anything. I'm just testing out unRAID and I haven't found any way of getting serial output from it yet for easier debugging
  6. I've build RedPill and everything it running as intended, but I can't get any other vNIC to work except e1000e. Both virtio and virtio-net aren't recognized. Anyone else tried this on UnRAID and gotten them to work? Would be nice to test higher speeds then 1Gbps.
  7. That discussion should probably be posted in: At this point its unlikely that ThorGroup returns. Most likely due to personal reasons given that the repository is still active and the rather sudden silence after spending so much time responding to comments and giving long and incredible intriguing changelogs. I'm sure someone knows more, but nothing has been posted as of yet. Whether or not it's dead or just on hold all depends if someone else takes over the project.
  8. Well... Not really reassuring that their last post contains "issue" and "Chinese firewall" before going silent.
  9. Well yes... either someone takes over or it or it dies.... All depends if anyone else is skilled enough and willing to put time and effort into this. I have my doubts "they" will be back, makes no sense to disappear in order to focus on a beta-version. My bet is that something personal happened. I really hope "they" will manage and continue on this project. It's nice to see how much more active the forum had become since.
  10. Oh thanks a ton for the links! I thought I was the only one having these issues. I've encountered this as well after going to v7u2 (installed on a USB device) and have been pulling my hairs out of frustration. I've since upgraded to u3 and haven't yet encountered the issue again so hope this one is true...
  11. - Outcome of the installation/update: UNSUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.3 25426 Update 2 - Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.03b - DS3617xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: VM - ESXi 6.7 - Additional comments: Same as all other people who use ESXi and a PCI/LSI card in passthrough mode. After the upgrade the NAS cannot be found on the network anymore. The only way I got access again was to temporarily switch to the DS3615xs loader and reinstall DSM and then migrate back to DS3617xs again. If you use a PCI card in passthrough D
  12. I've by mistake figured out that the DS Photo app (at least on Android) by default overwrites images with the same name when moving them from one album to another. So if you move test.jpg from album A to B and album B already has test.jpg (even if it isn't the same photo), it's overwritten WITHOUT notice. There is supposed to be a setting to change the default behaviour from overwrite to keep, but I can't find it anywhere. Anyone else familiar with this?
  13. Not that I know of. I have not used snapshots or quotas before. Enable shared folder quota is off for every shared folder i have... User quota in the profiles are all set to "No Limit"
  14. I've searched around the web, but can't seem to find any information on this. Anyone seen these errors in "/var/log/messages" before and know what they mean? 2019-12-11T11:15:53+01:00 x kernel: [13651.708876] BTRFS error (device md2): cannot find qgroup item, qgroupid=15084 ! 2019-12-11T11:15:53+01:00 x kernel: [13651.708876] 2019-12-11T11:15:53+01:00 x kernel: [13651.944144] BTRFS error (device md2): cannot find qgroup item, qgroupid=14903 ! 2019-12-11T11:15:53+01:00 x kernel: [13651.944144] 2019-12-11T11:15:54+01:00 x kernel: [13652.795072] BTRFS error (device md2): cannot find qgro