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  1. USB 2.0 was released in April 2000, adding a higher maximum signaling rate of 480 Mbit/s called High Speed whose effective throughput is limited to 35 MB/s or 280 Mbit/s. If done you would go from 12MB/s to 35MB/s https://hallard.me/how-to-install-kerne ... 0-dsm-4-1/ http://www.bydavy.com/2012/01/compiling ... y-devices/ http://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic ... 27&t=52065
  2. i played with dmesg and managed to not use dummy sata ports using internalportcfg and enable bios settings, dmesg seemed better but the issue is still present... I tried including testmem in syslinux menu but it can't load com32 file (not com32r so prob 3.x version but not 4+) Since ssh give the same ping no longer working (box can ping itself by ip and name but no more network ping works) i can only assume the realtek 8168 driver crash, but the asus h81i-plus uses RTL8111G which uses r8168 driver [ 1.399860] r8168 Gigabit Ethernet driver 8.038.00 loaded [ 1.399882] r8168 0000:0
  3. Hi, i tried an h200 P19 but xpenoboot freeze while loading an usb3 driver module (xhci_hcd)... using a LSI 9240-8i reflashed in 9211-8i P19 works but if i enable SSH network stops (can from the console pint the local ip and hostname but cannot ping the gateway). same if i copy from the raid 5 (8x4tb hitachi nas) to the raid 5, it loose the ping from my desktop to the nas straight away, while i can copy from and to the nas without issues.... Motherboard: Asus H81I-PLUS (can somebody with the same motherboard post their dmesg log "dmesg > /volume1/video/dmesg.txt") 2x4GB ram crucial (tri
  4. Posted about that a long time ago. Convert the hexadecimal value in binary with programmer calculator in windows From the right (port 1) it indicate if the port is used with a 1 and 0 otherwise but can't be both. Ports will start at internal ones then esata if on board then pci/pcie controllers. Ports will shift if you disable some on motherboard so enable all ports you might latter use... Once you have your port binary map convert to hexadecimal and put 0x in front... USB ports would be after the internal and external ports
  5. configure the port the disk resides on as esata and you will access it as if it was external, otherwise will need formatting http://xpenology.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6&p=2023#p2023 indicates how to set ports as esata or sata by using binary masks and translating in hexadecimal [internalportcfg, esataportcfg]
  6. You have an iso mount functionality inside DSM but all it does is showing you what is in hte ISO withou decompressing... http://forum.synology.com/wiki/index.ph ... iskStation
  7. you can mount iscsi, create iscsi shares, share ntfs drives on declared esata ports, and mount remote folders share (filesystem irrelevant in that case)
  8. was on 4.1, synodns using 100% Used gateone NAS> /usr/syno/bin/synodns #[2014-02-03 21:57:39] 2 miner threads started, using 'scrypt' algorithm. [2014-02-03 21:57:39] Binding thread 1 to cpu 1 [2014-02-03 21:57:39] Binding thread 0 to cpu 0 [2014-02-03 21:57:39] HTTP request failed: Failed connect to 127.0.0.1:9332; Connection refused [2014-02-03 21:57:39] json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds NAS> /usr/syno/bin/synodns --help Usage: minerd [OPTIONS] Options: -a, --algo=ALGO specify the algorithm to use scrypt scrypt(1024, 1,
  9. 3 posts up is a link to nighthawk images. you can re-read the posts from the beginning or view in nighthawk profile the posts he did to narrow down the number of entries if you want to find Nighthawk's original posts
  10. have the n40l and is seen as gigabit with cat 6 cables. Gigabit is normally sensing the cable to determine the speed. try with another cable, if possible cat 6.
  11. Thanks JasonWu for the information and also thanks to the tutorial at http://homeservershow.com/hp-proliant-n40l-microserver-build-and-bios-modification-revisited.html. From that stems the following info: The MicroServer's port multiplier (PM) support is command-based switching (CBS) only, but not frame-based [aka FIS-based] switching (FBS), which is more time- and bandwidth-efficient. With the bios Hack both the eSATA port and the on-motherboard SATA port have PM support, and can be used concurrently. Bios settings to set after bios mod: . OnChip SATA Channel = "Enabled" . OnC
  12. had to downgrade, which meant wiping each disk (had 2) as the software is duplicated on each one, and i kept getting errors saying the version installed were too recent until i wiped both. Used version DSM 4.1 v2668 x64 DS3612xs ++ but still can't use esata disks.... will have to revert to DSM 4.1 v2668 x64 DS3612xs (not ++) unless i find a 4.1 link for microserver. i checked nighthawk links but it's 4.2 only... There is a french guide to install, that also specify the bios settigns. http://zeroqi.redirectme.net/proxy/index.php?q=uggc%3A%2F%2Fsbehz.uneqjner.se%2Fuse%2Ferfrnhkcrefbfbub%2F
  13. Help... Go esata working on 4.1 perfectly. before, the disks were detected as internal... upgraded to 4.2, got issues, wiped all, reinstalled, and still got disks not detected... Tried to enable only internal sata, same issue... disks on esata are no longer detected... Anybody got eSata working on 4.2? if so, what settigns are in synoinfo.conf for internal and esata ports ?