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  1. QGROUPS are part of the btrfs file system. Did you enable snapshots or quotas on your volume?
  2. XPEnology is an emulation of some specific „real“ Synology models (916, 918+, DS3615xs/3617xs). When booting the prepared usb stick the loader „tells“ the PC that it’s one of the mentioned Synology boxes (for example: 1.04b -> 918+). As in real boxes the OS (=DSM) is installed on a 2GB partition on every hdd/ssd which is connected. So there’s no specific boot drive like in other systems and your BIOS boot order must always point to the usb stick as first boot device. In short: PC boots from usb -> loader is initialized -> loader checks for DSM system partitions on hard drives -> OS (=DSM) starts from hard drives. On a new system where no system partitions have been created the OS falls back into installation mode which is done through a browser (you’ll need a DHCP in your LAN and check which IP your XPenology received). The preparation of your stick and installation process is described in the howto‘s/FAQ. Beside that you should check your hardware if it’s supported (Cpu, Nic, etc.). A notice regarding surveillance station: using more than 2 cams in XPenology is not possible in legal ways, even with additional bought keys.
  3. You can use a simple cron job with rsync. Example: rsync /volume1/sharefolder/folder1/* /volume1/sharedfolder/folder2
  4. The question(s) in this topic have been answered and/or the topic author has resolved their issue. This topic is now closed. If you have other questions, please open a new topic.
  5. Depends on your RAID/Volume setup. If you use SHR1/2 it's always a good idea to mark your HDDs on which S-ATA port they are connected. Usually it's not a problem when you switch to a new board, except for driver support (different NIC, chipset, etc.). But in general the system recognizes your installation.
  6. Let's encrypt's acme-v01 API is deprecated and they switched to acme-v02. Problem: this is only supported since DSM 6.2.2 24922 Update 3 out of the box. Since I'm on DSM 6.2.2 only I can't test it with DSM 6.1. You could try: /usr/syno/sbin/syno-letsencrypt replace-all Don't use "renew", choose "replace".
  7. For users who may run HP servers or custom builds with HP SAS SSD drives: a critical firmware bug leads to the dead of the drive if a specific on-time (32,768 hours) has been reached. The drive will become inaccessible and is completely dead. Link to the advisory and patches:
  8. You can use a real SN if you own a real Synology. But the use of QuickConnect in Xpenology boxes along with other services is an abuse of Synology’s services and harms the community project. This is also described in the forum rules/FAQ.
  9. Es gibt so spezielle Systeme, die (je nach OS) keinen „headless“ Betrieb erlauben. Welcher Anschluss wird beim Board genutzt, damit es funktioniert? Für ein paar Euro gibt es HDMI Dummy Stecker. Die gaukeln dem System einen Monitor vor.
  10. Laut den Berichten im Update Thread sollte das ohne Probleme installierbar sein.
  11. Da spuckt DSM mal wieder was Falsches aus. Update 4 ist der aktuelle Stand. Kannst Du hier herunterladen und manuell installieren:
  12. Tatsache... Welchen Updatestand hat Dein DSM? In DSM 6.2.2 24922 Update 3 wurde ACME V2 implementiert.
  13. Nein, abgeschafft noch nicht. Auch die Originalboxen nutzen in der API v01. Wie sieht denn die weitere Ausgabe auf der Konsole aus? Kommen da noch Fehlermeldungen?
  14. Hast Du in DSM die Firewall aktiviert?
  15. Also wenn Du auf der Fritte für Port 80 & 443 entsprechende Weiterleitungen (NAT) auf die NAS gemacht hast, sollte das auch funktionieren. Dafür braucht es natürlich einen entsprechenden Domainnamen, der extern erreichbar ist und das DNS entsprechend auf die Fritte zeigt.