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  1. Migrate Xpenology 6.0.2 from HP N54L to GEN8

    Yes you should be able to, although DSM will most likely say that you have moved from another DS3615xs & ask if you want to migrate. I would however make sure that important data is backed up before doing it. Also make sure that you out the disks back in the same order.
  2. DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update 1

    Can everyone specify what hardware they are using when posting please.
  3. Glad you're all sorted.
  4. DSM 6.1.4 - 15217

    Synology haven't said why they withdrew it as far as I'm aware & several people on here have updated without any any issues so you should be ok. I would however make sure that you have backups in place.
  5. DSM 6.1.4 - 15217

    Synology have withdrawn this update for now, so I would suggest staying on 6.1.3-15152.
  6. A quick search would have told you to put it on the same line as the serial No, MAC etc.
  7. Essentially yes, when you remove the 500gb the array will degrade, add the 4tb DSM should see the new disk & expand the array. Once complete you should be able to change the raid type to shr-2 with the spare 4tb disk.
  8. Check out the raid calculator https://www.synology.com/en-uk/support/RAID_calculator
  9. If you're array is ok why not swap the 500gb disk for a 4tb, let the array rebuild then change to shr-2. I'm assuming that you have backups of all your important files while you're doing this of course.
  10. I think you need another 4tb disk.
  11. From Synology website: SHR-1 with the following disk configurations may require two additional disks when changing to SHR-2: There are only two disks. All disks have different capacities. Three or more disks in the RAID Array contain a pair of higher-capacity disks compared to the other disks in the RAID Array. what disk configuration do you have?
  12. Do you have the required number of disks?
  13. The N54L works well with 6.1, I have one running at present. If you want to go with it use jun's loader & remember to disable C1E support.
  14. @Johno You won't have lost your data as DSM is installed on a separate partition. If you want to downgrade have a look at the thread below, however 6.1 is quite stable so you may want to consider staying with that. Most people use jun's 1.02b loader to install 6.1, you don't say what hardware you're running so I'd have a quick look at the 6.1 thread to confirm drivers etc. The main points to note are setting correct vid, pid & if running an HP microserver disabling C1E support in the bios. Let us know how it goes.
  15. Docker showing wrong CPU usage

    Version 17.05.0 is being released with DSM 6.2