ideasman69

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  1. ideasman69

    DSM 6.2 Loader

    Done that dude. I've tested basically every combination of bios setting, bios version, drives and everything on three different j3455 model boards. C states is the first thing I disable
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    Where to start...

    yep you're out of luck matey.. the cpu is only an intel atom n270. you really need an x64 chip for any of the loaders to work https://ark.intel.com/products/36331/Intel-Atom-Processor-N270-512K-Cache-1-60-GHz-533-MHz-FSB-
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    Where to start...

    grab the 3615 loader from here:
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    if you have one of the Asrock J3455 boards - check out these disk performance benchmark results comparing the 3615 and 918+ boot loaders using the same hardware and same 4 drive RAID5 volume: 1.0.4b 918+ / DSM 6.2.1: 1.0.2b 3615 / DSM 6.1.7: why is it so slow? who knows! maybe these boards just suck.
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    Benchmarking your synology

    with the same hardware and same 4 drive RAID5 volume but using the 1.02b 3615 bootloader and DSM 6.1.7: 1073741824 bytes (1.1 GB) copied, 1.17239 s, 916 MB/s results speak for themselves 😉
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    J3455-ITX new BIOS finally released

    It's not worth it - there's nothing new this bios really provides. In fact - the exact same bios was release back in june for the j3455M. they've just finally got around to updating it for the other j3455 model boards. http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/J3455M/?cat=Download&os=BIOS from testing each of the versions on 3 different models with a handful of operating systems - v1.30 is the one i recommend
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    J3455-ITX new BIOS finally released

    yeah it should be there regardless of what is installed. means the gpu is crashing on startup, performance will be pretty lousy and will occasionally get stuck on shutdown/restart. basically there's not one advantage to running the 918 loader unless transcoding is required.
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    yeah man! 😆
  9. ideasman69

    DSM 6.2 Loader

    try this to see if the folder exists: ls -la / have you installed 6.2 or 6.2.1?
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    5.2->6.2 Jun Loader 1.03b = No Network Connection

    you guys should be using this command sudo rm -rf /.xpenoboot or if you want to just see it, run this: ls -la / drwxr-xr-x 16 root root 4096 Oct 29 08:19 volume1 drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 4096 Oct 4 2016 .xpenoboot
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    Docker UNC path problems

    running those ipconfig commands will just re-grab the dns entry for mynas from your dns server (more than likely your router). You need to get your synology to re-register it's ip in DNS (rebooting or using dhclient command). if you use nslookup mynas it should tell you what IP your DNS server has for that hostname. as for emby - maybe don't use bridged network for this docker?
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    yeah if you're still using DSM 6.2.1 on bootloader 1.03b the realtek shouldn't work at all. definitively strange that it appeared at all!
  13. Interesting! Since the first tutorials on this site, they've always used your mac address which I've always interpreted literally (possibly incorrectly?): For all the xpeonology boxes i've configured (2 at home, brother, brother-in-law, parents, family friends, etc) - I've always use the actual MAC address. Never worked out why you'd want to change it?
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    Docker UNC path problems

    thats pretty weird. it's like one of the docker containers you're running is updating the DNS name for mynas to its internal docker IP. can you try turning them all off and turn them on one by one to see if it's all of them - or just 1?
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    Docker UNC path problems

    when you ping mynas from the command prompt - what does it come back with?