IG-88

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  1. lies dich mal hier im forum zur nutzung von hyper-v und dsm ein, denn ich denke nichts anderes wird der Virtual Machine Manager sein, hyper-v vm's verwalten was ich so im hinterkopf habe besagt das es nicht oder nicht richtig geht, esxi ist aber an sich keine so schlechte "alternative" und gut erpobt, wenn du unbedingt win10 als basis willst bleibt dir aber noch oracle virtual box unter win10 um dsm in einer vm laufen zu lassen, das geht auf jeden fall (mache ich selbst für tests)
  2. hi, vermutlich gehts um den: Silicon Image SATA support sata_sil.ko ich hatte den in eine extra.lzma mit zusätzlichen treibern eingebaut aber wieder entfernt da er nur mit der originalen 6.1 (build 15047, dafür geht es bis update2, mitte mürz) lief wenn du dir die als 6.1 installierst und bei der "ersten" version bleibst könnte es gehen (also keine 6.1.1 oder 6.1.2 solange es keinen neueren/passenden kernel source von sysnology gibt) hab das hier noch liegen und kann es dir zum testen rüberschieben, aber wenn man voll auf sicherheit steht ist das natürlich nix, da sysnlogy nur updates für die letzte 6.1 liefert und das ist die 6.1.2 wäre also die hier mit der du das testen könntest http://download.synology.com/download/DSM/release/6.1/15047/DSM_DS3615xs_15047.pat plus das was hier steht (bei juns loader die extra.lzam ersetzen) aber mit der alten version in der noch der treiber für sil mit drin ist (link würde ich die per pm schicken)
  3. if hotswap is optional then a Streacom F12C might be an option as i decided for my build hotswap is optinal and low noise and size is more important (depth had to be <40cm), i use a modyfied desktop case Silverstone SST-GD09B, 10 disks was start with the option of 2 additinal disks (11 installed yet) - its a very tight fit and if a disk is to change it takes a littel effort but as this happens 1 or 2 times in 5-6 years (HGST drives are riliable) its ok as the desktop case is mini-itx for the board and one pcie slot is to expect the storage or 10gbit has to be onboard, i useed a ASRock C2550D4I (12xsata), but as you are planing for a i7 (or its xeon counterpart) it has to be something different
  4. youn dont have to, the howto does only discribe the way how to compile a driver/kernel module for the kernel you alredy use i dont know how amd support was implemented on 1.01 loader, i expected it to be a special kernel with fixed/build in options linux as base system has the kernel, the "main" file (compiled kernel) is loaded by the boot loader and contains the most important stuff to get the base running (like prozessor support), if everything would be in the kernel (one file) it will be big and harder to handle/load as most of the theoretical hardware is not peresent in the system (kernel precompiled by the distributor) so there ist the additioal option to have kernel parts (drivers) as modules and load them later (if done manual like "insmod driver_xyz.ko") kernel come in different versions and as this versions are not compatible everry driver/kenel module hast to be compilied for the kernel from the source of that kernel as 1.01 is for synology dsm 6.0.2 based on kernel 3.10.77 (synology modify's the kernel and give them a internel number counting up so dsm 6.0.2 is 8451) and dsm 6.1 is based on kernel 3.10.102 it will not be possible to mix driver/kernel modules as they are for different kernels (based on kernels from www.kernel.org) in one "line" (dsm 6.0, dsm 6.1) usualy sysnology stays with a kernel but modify's it so the synology intenal build numer rises like seen in 6.1 -> 6.1.1 -> 6.1.2 that can also have consequences if you use a kernel module from 6.1 for 6.1.1 or 6.1.2 as it is the same linux kernel it might work but as seen in my howto with the extra.lzma there where some kernel modules not working anymore for 6.1.1 and it might be more with 6.1.2 as there ist no kernel source for the sysnology internal builds for 6.1.1 and 6.1.2 i can not compile directly for this version, if seen dogmatic the only version my extra.lzma is good for is 6.1 build 15047 as for this version i have kernel source (https://sourceforge.net/projects/dsgpl/files/Synology NAS GPL Source/) for newer versions synologhy does not provide the modifyed kernel source (as they should if it comes to GPL ?) synology dsm is something like a closed source or walled garden system and they do not embrace the open source / GPL thought, they dont like the efforts of xpenology (as they might see it as "hacking" there IP) but as they use open source for dsm they are also bound to the GPL and other open source licenses they use and have to share (but thats just my point of view)
  5. i guess you should specify the max. dimensions you hahe in mind (if there are any) maybe it hast to fit somewhere and there is a mx high or depth does it have to be quiet (living room), does it have to look good - most 19" rack server are good for the das but will be no fit for the livingroom dependent on that it will deduce the options for the mobo size (no full atx?) also to keep in mind is the option for a 10 gbit nic, together with a lsi 8port sas controller you may need a board with 2 pcie slots or one of the two options has to be onboard, if going with a 8port controller the sata onboard count has to be 4 to reach the 12 ports maybe just google a little for nas builds (some portals have a hardware section where people show/describe there hardware) maybe try freenas you will get a idea and imagination of what is possible and what the costs are up to 8 is usualy easy 12 is much more chalanging it has to be compact or hot swap and silent
  6. as amd support is not a driver/kernel module that can be compiled additionaly (thats what my extra.lzma is) - no and guess if it was just "easy" jun would havealready have done it with the 1.02b
  7. did you tryed with my extended extra.lzma? (for details how to use see my comment above about the c600 chipset)
  8. just uninstall and install the package, its just a script that copy's files on installing the script and after replacing the content of the root file system the files are missing a complete new/big version like 6.1.1 and 6.1.2 replaces the content of /dev/md0, so modificacions like changed scripts, changed configs - like max. disks if you open the *.pat with 7zip you will find a hda1.tgz, the content of the root file system aka the new dsm version so if you have modifyed the synoinfo.conf you also have to redo the changes would be intresting to know what experiance people have that user more then 12 disks after such update as the count of disks is restet to 12 and the actual raid in place contains a more disks (i'd expect a crashed raid after update if you boot with the new version without modyfiening it before the first boot)
  9. you mighjt start improving by using the search function or just readt the first page of the board, just 2 threads below your new post Juns Loaders support : Asrock C2550D4I ?
  10. in theory the c600 chipset should work with my extra.lzma and the 3615xs image (loader 1.02a or 1.02b) Intel(R) C600 Series Chipset SAS Controller isci.ko
  11. thats not what i wrote, dsm brings some drivers within itself (usualy for the hardware used for original synology boxes) and jun (additional to make dsm work on non synology hardware) also provided drivers within the file extra.lzma with the bootloader as i don't know exactly under what conditions it happend (in some cases people might not had seen the effect because the hardware was working with the drivers synology provides directly in dsm) the drivers additionaly provided by jun in the extra.lzma seem not to work when updating a 6.x version with a complete new/full *.pat file (like 6.1 -> 6.1.1, 6.1.1->6.1.2) where the complete boot partition is inside the file, on the other hand fresh installs always worked when you search "/lib/modules/update" then you will find a lot like tis
  12. "its an old script bug due to my oversight, I am uploading a new version to fix it, hopefully without introduce new bugs"
  13. yes the files to download are for all three images (thumbs up to jun for also doing 3615xs) depends on your point of view, technicaly it's still the same kernel in 6.1.2 so it works but as 1.02a2 still has the bug to not load the modules added by the extra.lzma (all drivers not provided by synology, as vmware and so on) its likely it will prevent the system from booting after the backup. can be fixed by copying the drivers as mentioned before i would recommand to first using the running installation with 1.02b und update dsm after that (thats what i did and it worked)
  14. just migrated from 10.2a to 1.02b (only had to recover on 1st boot with synology assistant, took just a few seconds) and did update from 6.1.1 u4 to 6.1.2 - no problems, the fix for loading the modules from lib/modules/update seems to work as intended bare matel , Asrock C2550D4I, ds3615xs
  15. just replaced my usb image jun 1.02a with jun 1.02b (had to repair with synology assistant after first boot, took a few seconds, boot after this was ok) and then updated from 6.1.1 u4 to 6.1.2, no problems (as expected, the kernel/drivers are still the same, the problem that rhe drivers in /lib/modules/update are not loaded should be fixed with 1.02b - seems to work for me)