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  1. Just to let you guys know; I was unable to fix the issues, but was able to roll back to my original version as per: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1086 Thanks for all your help, the webGUI DSM is telling me theres a new 5.0 version available, thats not a good idea is it!?!
  2. Thank!, I'll have a go at extracting it and looking for the files it complains about! Cheers mate!
  3. My upgrade didnt fair too well, it seems to be 95% complete, but then times out in The assistant trying to write config files From what I can tell most services are running, but Apache is not configured. I can access the shares via SMB, but not web gui for me! A manual restart of apache renders: Prompt> /usr/syno/etc/rc.d/ start Start System Apache Server ..... -DSSL -DSPDY -f /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf-sys httpd: Syntax error on line 149 of /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf-sys: Syntax error on line 11 of /etc/httpd/sites-enabled/SYNO.SDS.App.FileStation3.Instance.
  4. Its all good! I moved the disks over, (removed every other disk) - the synology assistant found it as 'Migratable' - I installed the XPEnology PAT file as per, and its all up and running on the NL54! Cheers Djey, and the DEV team!
  5. if memory serves me right, it creates a single folder call NetBackup which contains the source volume's structure. Nice and simple It can be started and then cancelled after a short while, it will leave the stuff it has copied (not moved) which will allow you to check the ACL's tonights the night for my migration... fingers crossed!
  6. not sure if this will help, but... My previous experience moving the data from a 211 to Xpenology utilitised the backup method you describe and it worked well - if not a tad slow. Not 100% on the ACL's - but if you export the config and users to the destination before you use the backup it should theoretically work, depending if it keeps the SIDs of course... You have a lot of data to move? Is there a way in linux (im a windows man) to put up the entire volume as a single (large) file and move it that way? I bit like the migration of a VHD? just some thoughts
  7. Djey, thanks mate! your info is greatly appreciated! I think im going to start afresh: place my current 4 x 2tb in the N54 bays, add the 2x1tb to the sata & Esata port. Boot from USB, and prey! It will be intresting to see what the synology assistant finds in its scan! Cheers again Djey, I will report back my findings on migration on the RAID 5 physical disk move!
  8. Hi Guys, Firstly a quick thanks to the devs' for the excellent work to date - Excellent Job! Secondly, a quick question with regards to 'real' Synology hard disks - and how I go about migrating 4tb of data! I have had a DS411j for a few years now, and finally took the leap to a NL54 and am looking to move the data (4x2TB - Raid 5) from my trusty 411j to the NL (which is up and running already with 2x1TB blanks) I cant afford to lose the data on the disks, but dont have enough spare disks to move the data manually - and was wondering if I can physically move the disks over? The