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  1. DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update 1

    Baremetal Jun 1.02b DS3617xs / Supermicro X11SSH-F / E3-1235Lv5 / 32GB RAM Upgraded from 6.1.3-15152U8 to 6.1.4-15217U1 via DSM. A reboot was required. No initial issues noted. A new Docker was then presented via Package Manager, and that was also upgraded and containers functionally verified. A final, manual reboot (after all upgrades were complete) was uneventful.
  2. 10GB Mellanox (DS3617xs) plus HW Transcode (DS916+)

    Thank you for both tips. I believe I could sort this with the information you have provided but I've asked Hallajandro for his files as you suggest.
  3. I've been testing several permutations of code baremetal installed using Jun 1.02b loader. System is a Supermicro X11SSH-F with Xeon 1235L v5 Skylake CPU, which has Quicksync support. If I use DS3617xs image, everything works great including my Mellanox Connect-X 2 dual port 10GB network card. But there is no kernel support for Quicksync. If I use DS916+ image, everything works great except my Mellanox card, and I can see /dev/dri is present and active I'm guessing that Mellanox support is built in natively in the DS3617xs code base as a supported add-on card, but is not in the DS916+ code. It looks like I can add additional driver support using Ramdisk, but the references to this in the install are removed for the time being. Obviously I'd like to get both HW transcoding support and Mellanox going at once. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Sorry for the noob request, and thanks
  4. DSM 6.1.3-15152 Update 7

    GUI update 6 to update 7 okay. Jun 1.02b DS3617xs baremetal Supermicro X11SSH-F
  5. DSM 6.1.3-15152 Update 6

    Bare Metal with jun 1.0.2b DS3617xs on Supermicro X11SSH-F E3-1235Lv5 and Mellanox Connect-X 2 10GB dual port. Updated directly from 6.1.3 first boot to update 6 via control panel. No issues.
  6. I had a similar problem experimenting with VMM on DSM 6.1.3 Update 6. I haven't tried Windows, but unsuccessfully tried Ubuntu (latest), Lubuntu and Debian. All failed with a panic. On the Synology page for the VMM beta, there is a link to supported OS's. Based on this I loaded up the Centos 7.3 1611 ISO and it installed and ran fine. So perhaps you need the specific versions they have identified for the beta code. FWIW I have Supermicro X11SSH-F with an E3-1235Lv5