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  1. I have a HP DL360 G7 and i had the same problem. in the end I ended up replacing the HP smart array 410 controller with a LSI SAS 9207-8i (SKU : LSI00302 | EAN : 0830343006892 )
  2. Then again, maybe its posible to make a bootloader for SRM just like DSM It wouldnt surprise me that with few adjustments @jun is able to make his bootloader suitable. The pat files are also downloadable https://global.download.synology.com/download/SRM/release/1.1.5/6542/SRM_RT2600ac_6542.pat
  3. And as far as i know for all drives
  4. You might want to read this kb artikel from synology
  5. In the tutorials section of the forum you'll find everything you need.
  6. If that's not possible, then you can setup a reverse ssh tunnel
  7. @Polanskiman this should be moved to tutorials and maybe even pinned
  8. A small correction; I ment the DS916+ image from @jun found on his mirror Btw did you also expand the volume?
  9. it is because your are using RAID 6 it will look at the smallest drive in you raid setup and use that size * the amount of drives. in your case 1.82Tb * 4 (the other 2 are parity with raid 6) = ~7.28Tb. The remaining space (~5Tb) is not used. you might want to look into SHR, but your DSM doesn't support it. Perhaps you may consider switching to DS917
  10. Hi Robert, You can go baremetal with xpenology, so basicly you can use any hardware as long as the drivers are present. you can search the forum for the lists of supported hardware. i'm using a HP DL360 G7 (2cpu, 8cores, 16 threads and 44Gb ram) with a LSI SAS 9207-8i (SKU : LSI00302 | EAN : 0830343006892 ) and i'v bonded all 4 network interfaces into one. and this setup works perfect. as for the filesystem, any particular reason that you want to use ZFS? (BTW there is BTRFS support)
  11. If you want to install DSM 6.1, simply follow this tutorial
  12. So basically this is going to be out of the question in the future. Oh well too bad, i was hoping to get a XPEnology running on AWS EC2, but with the major Linux distro only being supported and the DSM "appliance" not being able to be ported, this is will not work. thanks anyway @IG-88