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  1. var/messages is /var/log/messages at DSM side. you may put this in /usr/local/etc/rc.smart + chmod +x /usr/local/etc/rc.smart and add /usr/local/etc/rc.smart to /etc/rc.local (echo /usr/local/etc/rc.smart >> /etc/rc.local) well don't remember if there is an exit 0 in /etc/rc.local, if any, move the exit 0 to the end of the script
  2. here is another, at boot, I'll reconfigure syslog-ng to drop thoses error messages : b='\033[34m' # setaf 4 y='\033[33m' # setaf 3 g='\033[32m' # setaf 2 r='\033[31m' # setaf 1 w='\033[m' # sgr0 tab=${tab:-$(printf '\t')} ws="[ ${tab}]" foo() { file=$1; tag=$1; echo -n "${tag} ..."; } bar() { eval "$@" && echo -e " ${b}updated${w}" || echo -e " ${r}failure${w}"; } foobar() { foo "$1" if eval "$2"; then echo -e " ${g}success${w}" else eval "$3" bar "${4:-$2}" fi } case $(/bin/uname -u) in *cedarview*) ;; *) # xpenology restart=0 foobar /etc/syslog-ng/patterndb.d/smart.conf \ '[ -f "${file}" ]' \ 'cat > "${file}"; restart=1' << EOF filter f_smart_failed { (program("synostoraged") or program("sk") or program("SystemInfo.cgi")) and match("^(disk|[Ss]mart).*[Ff]ail" value("MESSAGE")) }; EOF foobar /etc/syslog-ng/patterndb.d/include/not2msg/smart \ '[ -f "${file}" ]' \ 'cat > "${file}"; restart=1' << EOF and not filter(f_smart_failed) EOF [ ${restart} = 1 ] && killall -1 syslog-ng esac
  3. gits68

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Hi Hunterok, I am having the same problem, everytime I set MTU to 9000, the server rebooted. It's seems no solution yet. subsidiary question, have you enabled MTU 9000 at the vswitch level ? [root@esxi:~] esxcli network vswitch standard list vSwitch0 Name: vSwitch0 Class: etherswitch Num Ports: 1536 Used Ports: 11 Configured Ports: 128 MTU: 1500 CDP Status: listen Beacon Enabled: false Beacon Interval: 1 Beacon Threshold: 3 Beacon Required By: Uplinks: vmnic1, vmnic0 Portgroups: VM Network, Management Network https://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1007654 PS : I'am not using jumbo frames.
  4. gits68

    Working DSM 6

    try the following command before to mount /dev/synoboot* echo 1 > /proc/sys/kernel/syno_install_flag
  5. Hi, forgot to say that $sataportmap isn't expanded well cat /proc/cmdline ihd_num=0 syno_hdd_powerup_seq=0 HddHotplug=0 syno_hw_version=DS3615xs vender_format_version=2 console=ttyS0,115200n8 withefi root=/dev/md0 sn=XXXXXXXXXX netif_num=2 mac1=001132XXXXXX mac2=001132XXXXXX synoboot_satadom=1 DiskIdxMap=0C $sataportmap SasIdxMap=0 quiet for instance, I've made it hard in grub-quicknick-v2.cfg set sata_args='sata_uid=1 sata_pcislot=5 synoboot_satadom=1 DiskIdxMap=0C SataPortMap=4 SasIdxMap=0'
  6. gits68

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Did you upgraded from DSM 5->DSM6? Or Clean installed DSM 6? I'm asking because i also have an HP N54L and successfully installed Update 7 with no problem at all. Clean installed DSM 6 with update 5. I did not install the update 6. just do online upgrade to update 7, 100% done, but prompt 'update failed...' try manual update 6/update 7, fails too. It's grade to know N54L works with update 7, I'll try it again. thx. I didn't know the jun loader, I'm using quicknick ones. however, to install the update 6, I had to symlink both boot drives to synonoot. a kind of ssh diskstation sdef=$(sfdisk -l | awk '/dev/&&/ ef /{print $1}') ln -s ${sdef#/dev/} /dev/synoboot1 sd83=$(sfdisk -l | awk '/dev/&&/ 83 /{print $1}') ln -s ${sd83#/dev/} /dev/synoboot2 yes, synoupgrade have to mount /dev/synoboot1 and/or synoboot2 to update the kernel contained in flashupdate from the .pat tar archive.
  7. gits68

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Thank you very much for your modifiying-scripts. You change your raid-settings very heavily but if it works stable for you its all fine. If I have time I will test which mode works for me best (all harddisks as single raid0 or to put the B120i-controller in plain AHCI-Mode). I read that a lot people have performance problems (slow reads and writes) under ESXi 6.5 with the onboard B120i-Controller (the harddisks/ssds for the the VM-storage are affected by this problem not the disks given to Xpenology itself). about raid settings, not my fault if synology boxes aren't optimized at all... forgot about sysctl tunnings double ## are defaults kernel.core_pattern = /volume1/@core/%e # Use the full range of ports ## net.ipv4.ip_local_port_range = 32768 61000 net.ipv4.ip_local_port_range = 32768 65535 # Increase Linux autotuning TCP buffer limits ## net.core.rmem_max = 212992 ## net.core.wmem_max = 212992 net.core.rmem_max = 16777216 net.core.wmem_max = 16777216 ## net.ipv4.tcp_rmem = 4096 16384 4194304 ## net.ipv4.tcp_wmem = 4096 16384 4194304 net.ipv4.tcp_rmem = 4096 87380 16777216 net.ipv4.tcp_wmem = 4096 65536 16777216 # mdadm resync limits ## dev.raid.speed_limit_max = 200000 ## dev.raid.speed_limit_min = 10000 dev.raid.speed_limit_min = 50000 # don't remember net.ipv4.tcp_window_scaling = 1 # swappiness is a parameter which sets the kernel's balance between reclaiming # pages from the page cache and swapping process memory. The default value is 60. # If you want kernel to swap out more process memory and thus cache more file # contents increase the value. Otherwise, if you would like kernel to swap less # decrease it. ## vm.swappiness = 60 vm.swappiness = 50 # Contains, as a percentage of total system memory, the number of pages at # which a process which is generating disk writes will itself start writing # out dirty data. ## vm.dirty_ratio = 20 vm.dirty_ratio = 30 pending changes when I'll have time # Increase number of incoming connections that can queue up before dropping ### net.core.somaxconn = 128 ## net.core.somaxconn = 65535 # don't remember ## net.core.optmem_max = 20480 # net.core.optmem_max = 40960 # Disable source routing and redirects # net.ipv4.conf.all.send_redirects = 0 # net.ipv4.conf.default.send_redirects = 0 ## net.ipv4.conf.all.accept_redirects = 0 # net.ipv4.conf.default.accept_redirects = 0 ## net.ipv4.conf.all.accept_source_route = 0 # net.ipv4.conf.default.accept_source_route = 0 # Disable TCP slow start on idle connections ## net.ipv4.tcp_slow_start_after_idle = 1 # net.ipv4.tcp_slow_start_after_idle = 0 # Disconnect dead TCP connections after 1 minute ## net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_time = 7200 # net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_time = 60 # Increase the number of outstanding syn requests allowed. ## net.ipv4.tcp_syncookies = 1 # Determines the wait time between isAlive interval probes ## net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_intvl = 75 # net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_intvl = 15 # Determines the number of probes before timing out ## net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_probes = 9 # net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_probes = 5 # don't remember ## net.ipv4.tcp_timestamps = 1 # Increase the length of the network device input queue ## net.core.netdev_max_backlog = 1000 # net.core.netdev_max_backlog = 5000 # Handle SYN floods and large numbers of valid HTTPS connections ## net.ipv4.tcp_max_syn_backlog = 128 # net.ipv4.tcp_max_syn_backlog = 8096 # Wait a maximum of 5 * 2 = 10 seconds in the TIME_WAIT state after a FIN, to handle # any remaining packets in the network. ## net.ipv4.netfilter.ip_conntrack_tcp_timeout_time_wait = 120 # net.ipv4.netfilter.ip_conntrack_tcp_timeout_time_wait = 5 # Allow a high number of timewait sockets ## net.ipv4.tcp_max_tw_buckets = 16384 # net.ipv4.tcp_max_tw_buckets = 65536 # Timeout broken connections faster (amount of time to wait for FIN) ## net.ipv4.tcp_fin_timeout = 60 # net.ipv4.tcp_fin_timeout = 10 # Let the networking stack reuse TIME_WAIT connections when it thinks it's safe to do so ## net.ipv4.tcp_tw_reuse = 0 # net.ipv4.tcp_tw_reuse = 1 # If your servers talk UDP, also up these limits ## net.ipv4.udp_rmem_min = 4096 ## net.ipv4.udp_wmem_min = 4096 # net.ipv4.udp_rmem_min = 8192 # net.ipv4.udp_wmem_min = 8192 # don't remember ## kernel.sched_migration_cost_ns = 500000 # Contains, as a percentage of total system memory, the number of pages at # which the pdflush background writeback daemon will start writing out dirty # data. ## vm.dirty_background_ratio = 10 # This tunable is used to define when dirty data is old enough to be eligible # for writeout by the pdflush daemons. It is expressed in 100'ths of a second. # Data which has been dirty in memory for longer than this interval will be # written out next time a pdflush daemon wakes up. ## vm.dirty_expire_centisecs = 3000 # vm.dirty_expire_centisecs = 6000 # This is used to force the Linux VM to keep a minimum number of kilobytes # free. The VM uses this number to compute a pages_min value for each lowmem # zone in the system. Each lowmem zone gets a number of reserved free pages # based proportionally on its size. ## vm.min_free_kbytes = 65536 # Controls the tendency of the kernel to reclaim the memory which is used for # caching of directory and inode objects. # At the default value of vfs_cache_pressure = 100 the kernel will attempt to # reclaim dentries and inodes at a "fair" rate with respect to pagecache and # swapcache reclaim. Decreasing vfs_cache_pressure causes the kernel to prefer # to retain dentry and inode caches. Increasing vfs_cache_pressure beyond 100 # causes the kernel to prefer to reclaim dentries and inodes. ## vm.vfs_cache_pressure=100 # vm.vfs_cache_pressure=400 # 64k (sector size) per I/O operation in the swap ## vm.page-cluster=3 # vm.page-cluster=16 RAID0 is really dangerous... if you lost 1 drive, you lost everything ! hope you have backups ? HP gen8 + esxi + RDM : 4x6T in RAID 5 root@xpenology:/volume1# dd if=/dev/zero of=zero bs=4k count=1000000 4096000000 bytes (4.1 GB) copied, 15.8706 s, 258 MB/s root@xpenology:/volume1# dd if=zero of=/dev/null bs=4k count=1000000 4096000000 bytes (4.1 GB) copied, 27.6033 s, 148 MB/s plain synology DS1812+ : 8x3TB in RAID 6 root@synology:/volume1# dd if=/dev/zero of=zero bs=4k count=1000000 4096000000 bytes (4.1 GB) copied, 26.3938 s, 155 MB/s root@synology:/volume1# dd if=zero of=/dev/null bs=4k count=1000000 4096000000 bytes (4.1 GB) copied, 28.238 s, 145 MB/s
  8. @quicknick S30acpid.sh may start multiple instances of acpid if relaunched fixed script #!/bin/sh # # This goes in /usr/local/etc/rc.d and gets run at boot-time. PATH_ACPID=/bin/acpid status() { killall -q -0 acpid; } case "$1" in start) if [ -x "$PATH_ACPID" ] ; then # insmod /lib/modules/button.ko # insmod /lib/modules/evdev.ko status && exit echo "start acpid" $PATH_ACPID logger -p daemon.info "$0 started acpid" fi ;; stop) status || exit 0 echo "stop acpid" killall -q acpid logger -p daemon.info "$0 stopped acpid" ;; status) status ;; prestart|prestop) exit 0 ;; *) echo "usage: $0 { start | stop | status }" >&2 exit 1 ;; esac
  9. @quicknick missing usb serial drivers : cp210x ch341
  10. gits68

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Hi, no, I uses RDM, but some optimizations may be attempted. root@xpenology:/usr/local/etc/rc.d# cat S00local-raid #!/bin/bash case $1 in 'start') : FALLTHROUGH ;; 'stop'|'prestart'|'prestop'|'status') exit 0 ;; *) echo "usage: ${0##*/} " >&2 exit 1 ;; esac shopt -s extglob function log { typeset device=$1 variable=$2 source_value=$3 target_value=$4 path=$5 typeset tmp=${device}_${variable##*/} [[ -s /tmp/${tmp} ]] || echo ${source_value} > /tmp/${tmp} if [[ ${source_value} != ${target_value} ]]; then echo "${path}: ${source_value} -> ${target_value}" return 1 fi } function sys_block { typeset device=$1 variable=$2 target_value=$3 typeset path=/sys/block/${device}/${variable} read source_value < ${path} log ${device} ${variable} ${source_value} ${target_value} ${path} || echo ${target_value} > ${path} } function block_dev { typeset device=$1 target_value=$2 typeset path=/dev/${device} source_value=$(blockdev --getra ${path}) log ${device} read_ahead ${source_value} ${target_value} ${path}/read_ahead || blockdev --setra ${target_value} ${path} } function pow2 { awk ' function log2(x) { return log(x) / log(2) } function ceil(x) { return x == int(x) ? x : int(x + 1) } function pow2(x) { return 2 ^ ceil(log2(x)) } BEGIN { print pow2(ARGV[1]); exit }' "$@" } physical_volumes= sep= logical_volumes= _sep= for model in /sys/block/sd*/device/model; do read source_value < ${model} [[ ${source_value} = 'Virtual disk' ]] && continue [[ ${source_value} = 'LOGICAL VOLUME' ]] && lv=1 || lv=0 # [[ ${source_value} = *EFRX* ]] || continue source=${model%/device/model} target=$(readlink ${source}) # was [[ ${target} = */ata*/host* ]] || continue [[ ${target} = */usb*/host* ]] && continue disk_device=${source#/sys/block/} if (( lv )); then logical_volumes=${logical_volumes}${_sep}${disk_device}; _sep=' ' else physical_volumes=${physical_volumes}${sep}${disk_device}; sep=' ' fi done ## read_ahead=384 # default read_ahead=2048 for disk_device in ${physical_volumes} ${logical_volumes}; do block_dev ${disk_device} ${read_ahead} done ## queue_depth=31 # physical ## queue_depth=64 # logical # queue_depth=1 # disabled queue_depth=3 # almost disabled for disk_device in ${physical_volumes}; do sys_block ${disk_device} device/queue_depth ${queue_depth} done ## nr_requests=128 # default # nr_requests=64 for disk_device in ${physical_volumes} ${logical_volumes}; do read queue_depth < /sys/block/${disk_device}/device/queue_depth (( nr_requests = $(pow2 ${queue_depth}) * 2 )) sys_block ${disk_device} queue/nr_requests ${nr_requests} done raid_device='md2' ## read_ahead=1536 # physical ## read_ahead=768 # logical read_ahead=65536 block_dev ${raid_device} ${read_ahead} ## stripe_cache_size=1024 # physical ## stripe_cache_size=4096 # logical stripe_cache_size=32768 # stripe_cache_size=8192 sys_block ${raid_device} md/stripe_cache_size ${stripe_cache_size} # eof this have to be done in maintenance mode # add dir_index to defaults sed -i -e '/base_features/s/$/,dir_index/' /etc/mke2fs.conf syno_poweroff_task -d; vgchange -a y tune2fs -O dir_index /dev/vg1/volume_# e2fsck -fDC0 /dev/vg1/volume_# # parity = raid0 ? 0 : raid 1/10 ? # disk/2 : raid6 ? 2 : 1) # stride=mdstat chunk / block, stripe_width=stride * (# disks - parity) awk '/md2/{disks=NF-4;parity=/raid0/?0:/raid1/?disks/2:/raid6/?2:1 getline;chunk=$7;stride=chunk/4;stripe=stride*(disks-parity) printf "stride=%d,stripe-width=%d\n", stride, stripe }' /proc/mdstat # 4/R5 tune2fs -E stride=16,stripe-width=48 /dev/vg1/volume_# # 8/R6 tune2fs -E stride=16,stripe-width=96 /dev/vg1/volume_# vgchange -a n; syno_poweroff_task -r Regards.
  11. gits68

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

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  12. gits68

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    You don't need to use USB drive for bootloading into xpenology under esxi. That is just the way I wanted it to work, so to a) save space on my SSD even though it is only few hundred MBs, b) making use of the already there internal usb port, in fact I even use the MircoSD slot for running esxi, c) in relation to previous point, booting from USB drive means I could easily backup and replace bootloader in case anything went wrong. The entire concept of my setup is to isolate Xpenology as much as possible from the other VMs on the same Gen8 physical machine, so to up the reliability and increase revival chance. To do so I also passthrough the entire B120i (ran in AHCI mode) for Xpenology use only; that way the drives connected to B120i works just as a proper Synology drive without the layer of vmdk or use of RDM. Touch wood, if my Gen8 decide to not work, I can still unplug my drives and use Linux to read all data directly. This is abit off topic but I hope you get the idea. Now I know there are ways to overcome the 50MB issue, especially when bootloader running from vmdk on SSD and such. Mine is just a way that I worked out and find suitable for my requirement. I think there are still things that I could fine tune, but my xpenology is running smooth and stable that I would rather stick with it for now. A side note that I happened to try upgrading my esxi 6 to 6.5 yesterday and for some reason it didn't work out well. I could not downgrade from 6.5 to 6 either, so I did a reinstallation of esxi 6. From this exercise, I have been able to add my xpenology back to esxi easily and everything runs as if I never upgraded; that proofs the reliability that I am after. about how to upgrade from ESXi 6.0 to 6.5... 1st solution try the HPE Custom Image for VMware ESXi 6.5 Install CD or the HPE Custom Image for VMware ESXi 6.5 Offline Bundle https://my.vmware.com/fr/group/vmware/d ... ductId=614 for historical reason, I use the solution below since I begin with this. well, in the begining the of year, there was no up to date HPE images, so, I prefer to build an up to date image instead of using a one year old image... 2nd solution build yourself an up to date image powercli https://my.vmware.com/group/vmware/deta ... ductId=614 vmware tools https://my.vmware.com/fr/group/vmware/d ... ductId=615 esxui (html5) & vmware remove console (vmrc) vibs https://labs.vmware.com/flings/esxi-emb ... ost-client esxi customizer https://www.v-front.de/p/esxi-customizer-ps.html HPE drivers http://vibsdepot.hpe.com/hpe/nov2016/ http://vibsdepot.hpe.com/hpe/oct2016/ well, for faster download, I get the offline bundles, then extract the vibs from them http://vibsdepot.hpe.com/hpe/nov2016/esxi-650-bundles/ http://vibsdepot.hpe.com/hpe/nov2016/es ... cedrivers/ (hpdsa, hpvsa & nhpsa) http://vibsdepot.hpe.com/hpe/oct2016/es ... cedrivers/ (hpsa & nx1_tg3) not used, for reference only... additionnal drivers https://vibsdepot.v-front.de/wiki/index ... i_packages patches (none for 6.5 yet) https://my.vmware.com/group/vmware/patc ... 241#search built images, upload not yet terminated, 2-3 hours yet... for offline upgrade http://cyrillelefevre.free.fr/vmware/ES ... omized.iso for online upgrade http://cyrillelefevre.free.fr/vmware/ES ... omized.zip for online installation, go in maintance mode, then : well, don't remember if I do install or update... I suppose install esxcli software profile install -d $PWD/ESXi-6.5.0-4564106-standard-customized.zip -p ESXi-6.5.0-4564106-standard-customized also, while the vmware tools are in the image, they don't get installed ! so, I installed them manually : esxcli software vib install -v file://$PWD/VMware_locker_tools-light_6.5.0-0.0.4564106.vib don't remember if -n tools-light is needed or not ? to build the images yourself contents of vibs subdirectory amshelper-650.10.6.0-24.4240417.vib conrep-6.0.0.01-02.00.1.2494585.vib esxui-signed-4762574.vib hpbootcfg-6.0.0.02-02.00.6.2494585.vib hpe-cru_650.6.5.8.24-1.4240417.vib hpe-esxi-fc-enablement-650.2.6.10-4240417.vib hpe-ilo_650.10.0.1-24.4240417.vib hpe-nmi-600.2.4.16-2494575.vib hpe-smx-limited-650.03.11.00.13-4240417.vib hpe-smx-provider-650.03.11.00.17-4240417.vib hponcfg-6.0.0.4.4-2.4.2494585.vib hptestevent-6.0.0.01-01.00.5.2494585.vib net-tg3_3.137l.v60.1-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585.vib nhpsa-2.0.10-1OEM.650.0.0.4240417.x86_64.vib scsi-hpdsa-5.5.0.54-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820.vib scsi-hpsa_6.0.0.120-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585.vib scsi-hpvsa-5.5.0.102-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820.x86_64.vib ssacli-2.60.18.0-6.0.0.vib VMware_locker_tools-light_6.5.0-0.0.4564106.vib VMware-Remote-Console-9.0.0-Linux.vib VMware-Remote-Console-9.0.0-Windows.vib under powercli PS D:\vmw> .\ESXi-Customizer-PS-v2.5.ps1 -v65 -pkgDir vibs This is ESXi-Customizer-PS Version 2.5.0 (visit https://ESXi-Customizer-PS.v-front.de for more information!) (Call with -help for instructions) Logging to D:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\Temp\ESXi-Customizer-PS-8096.log ... Running with PowerShell version 3.0 and VMware PowerCLI 6.5 Release 1 build 4624819 Connecting the VMware ESXi Online depot ... [OK] Getting Imageprofiles, please wait ... [OK] Using Imageprofile ESXi-6.5.0-4564106-standard ... (dated 10/27/2016 05:43:44, AcceptanceLevel: PartnerSupported, The general availability release of VMware ESXi Server 6.5.0 brings whole new levels of virtualization performance to da tacenters and enterprises.) Loading Offline bundles and VIB files from vibs ... Loading D:\vmw\vibs\amshelper-650.10.6.0-24.4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB amshelper 650.10.6.0-24.4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\conrep-6.0.0.01-02.00.1.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB conrep 6.0.0.01-02.00.1.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\esxui-signed-4762574.vib ... [OK] Add VIB esx-ui 1.13.0-4762574 [OK, replaced 1.8.0-4516221] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpbootcfg-6.0.0.02-02.00.6.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpbootcfg 6.0.0.02-02.00.6.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-cru_650.6.5.8.24-1.4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-cru 650.6.5.8.24-1.4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-esxi-fc-enablement-650.2.6.10-4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-esxi-fc-enablement 650.2.6.10-4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-ilo_650.10.0.1-24.4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-ilo 650.10.0.1-24.4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-nmi-600.2.4.16-2494575.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-nmi 600.2.4.16-2494575 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-smx-limited-650.03.11.00.13-4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-smx-limited 650.03.11.00.13-4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-smx-provider-650.03.11.00.17-4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-smx-provider 650.03.11.00.17-4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hponcfg-6.0.0.4.4-2.4.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hponcfg 6.0.0.4.4-2.4.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hptestevent-6.0.0.01-01.00.5.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hptestevent 6.0.0.01-01.00.5.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\net-tg3_3.137l.v60.1-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB net-tg3 3.137l.v60.1-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585 [OK, replaced 3.131d.v60.4-2vmw.650.0.0.4564106] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\nhpsa-2.0.10-1OEM.650.0.0.4240417.x86_64.vib ... [OK] Add VIB nhpsa 2.0.10-1OEM.650.0.0.4240417 [OK, replaced 2.0.6-3vmw.650.0.0.4564106] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\scsi-hpdsa-5.5.0.54-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820.vib ... [OK] Add VIB scsi-hpdsa 5.5.0.54-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\scsi-hpsa_6.0.0.120-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB scsi-hpsa 6.0.0.120-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585 [OK, replaced 6.0.0.84-1vmw.650.0.0.4564106] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\scsi-hpvsa-5.5.0.102-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820.x86_64.vib ... [OK] Add VIB scsi-hpvsa 5.5.0.102-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\ssacli-2.60.18.0-6.0.0.vib ... [OK] Add VIB ssacli 2.60.18.0-6.0.0.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\VMware-Remote-Console-9.0.0-Linux.vib ... [OK] Add VIB vmrc-linux 9.0.0-0.2 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\VMware-Remote-Console-9.0.0-Windows.vib ... [OK] Add VIB vmrc-win 9.0.0-0.2 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\VMware_locker_tools-light_6.5.0-0.0.4564106.vib ... [OK] Add VIB tools-light 6.5.0-0.0.4564106 [iGNORED, already added] Exporting the Imageprofile to 'D:\vmw\ESXi-6.5.0-4564106-standard-customized.iso'. Please be patient ... All done. D:\vmw> .\ESXi-Customizer-PS-v2.5.ps1 -v65 -pkgDir vibs -ozip This is ESXi-Customizer-PS Version 2.5.0 (visit https://ESXi-Customizer-PS.v-front.de for more information!) (Call with -help for instructions) Logging to D:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\Temp\ESXi-Customizer-PS-8096.log ... Running with PowerShell version 3.0 and VMware PowerCLI 6.5 Release 1 build 4624819 Connecting the VMware ESXi Online depot ... [OK] Getting Imageprofiles, please wait ... [OK] Using Imageprofile ESXi-6.5.0-4564106-standard ... (dated 10/27/2016 05:43:44, AcceptanceLevel: PartnerSupported, The general availability release of VMware ESXi Server 6.5.0 brings whole new levels of virtualization performance to da tacenters and enterprises.) Loading Offline bundles and VIB files from vibs ... Loading D:\vmw\vibs\amshelper-650.10.6.0-24.4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB amshelper 650.10.6.0-24.4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\conrep-6.0.0.01-02.00.1.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB conrep 6.0.0.01-02.00.1.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\esxui-signed-4762574.vib ... [OK] Add VIB esx-ui 1.13.0-4762574 [OK, replaced 1.8.0-4516221] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpbootcfg-6.0.0.02-02.00.6.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpbootcfg 6.0.0.02-02.00.6.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-cru_650.6.5.8.24-1.4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-cru 650.6.5.8.24-1.4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-esxi-fc-enablement-650.2.6.10-4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-esxi-fc-enablement 650.2.6.10-4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-ilo_650.10.0.1-24.4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-ilo 650.10.0.1-24.4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-nmi-600.2.4.16-2494575.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-nmi 600.2.4.16-2494575 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-smx-limited-650.03.11.00.13-4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-smx-limited 650.03.11.00.13-4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hpe-smx-provider-650.03.11.00.17-4240417.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hpe-smx-provider 650.03.11.00.17-4240417 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hponcfg-6.0.0.4.4-2.4.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hponcfg 6.0.0.4.4-2.4.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\hptestevent-6.0.0.01-01.00.5.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB hptestevent 6.0.0.01-01.00.5.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\net-tg3_3.137l.v60.1-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB net-tg3 3.137l.v60.1-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585 [OK, replaced 3.131d.v60.4-2vmw.650.0.0.4564106] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\nhpsa-2.0.10-1OEM.650.0.0.4240417.x86_64.vib ... [OK] Add VIB nhpsa 2.0.10-1OEM.650.0.0.4240417 [OK, replaced 2.0.6-3vmw.650.0.0.4564106] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\scsi-hpdsa-5.5.0.54-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820.vib ... [OK] Add VIB scsi-hpdsa 5.5.0.54-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\scsi-hpsa_6.0.0.120-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585.vib ... [OK] Add VIB scsi-hpsa 6.0.0.120-1OEM.600.0.0.2494585 [OK, replaced 6.0.0.84-1vmw.650.0.0.4564106] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\scsi-hpvsa-5.5.0.102-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820.x86_64.vib ... [OK] Add VIB scsi-hpvsa 5.5.0.102-1OEM.550.0.0.1331820 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\ssacli-2.60.18.0-6.0.0.vib ... [OK] Add VIB ssacli 2.60.18.0-6.0.0.2494585 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\VMware-Remote-Console-9.0.0-Linux.vib ... [OK] Add VIB vmrc-linux 9.0.0-0.2 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\VMware-Remote-Console-9.0.0-Windows.vib ... [OK] Add VIB vmrc-win 9.0.0-0.2 [OK, added] Loading D:\vmw\vibs\VMware_locker_tools-light_6.5.0-0.0.4564106.vib ... [OK] Add VIB tools-light 6.5.0-0.0.4564106 [iGNORED, already added] Exporting the Imageprofile to 'D:\vmw\ESXi-6.5.0-4564106-standard-customized.zip'. Please be patient ... All done.
  13. gits68

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Hi, all esx drives are partitionned the same, so, it should be possible to recover the detroyed partition table. the question is, is it a dos pt ou a gpt ? if dos pt, a simple dd from 1 drive to the other should suffice : dd if=/dev/sdX of=/dev/sdY bs=512 count=1 sdX is the source disk et sdY the target disk. for gpt, it's possible with a recent fdisk : fdisk --version => fdisk from util-linux 2.26.2 sfdisk -d /dev/sdX | sfdisk /dev/sdY well, this solution should work for dos pt too... Regards
  14. open vmware tools for xpenology sources : https://github.com/gits68/spksrc/tree/d ... n-vm-tools https://github.com/gits68/spksrc/tree/d ... n-vm-tools package : http://cyrillelefevre.free.fr/tmp/open- ... .0.7-1.spk