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  1. Ikyo

    Open-vm-tools v9.4.6 for XPEnology

    I downloaded the version that I found and it works for 6.2. I must have had an older version. Thank you for updating it.
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    Open-vm-tools v9.4.6 for XPEnology

    DO you have a direct link to the one that I should be using? The one I tried had an error and had to uninstall it.
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    Open-vm-tools v9.4.6 for XPEnology

    Are you going to build a version for 6.2?
  4. If anyone finds a working version of VMWare Tools let me know. My old version errored out when I upgraded to 6.2
  5. Have you found a working version of VMwaretools?
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    I haven't tried this yet, but I am going to guess you need to update the GRUB configuration to have the correct MAC1 address to match the ESXI configuration.
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    Progress of 6.2 loader

    What CPU do you have on this? I am sure it is going to make the difference. I tried to setup a machine exactly like that, but wouldn't boot because of the processor.
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    Progress of 6.2 loader

    I have actually gotten the NIC to show up on my switch, but it didn't get an IP address. To get it to show up I switched from BIOS to EFI in the VMWare loader. I am wondering if I am seeing the NIC register because of the way it is handled with EFI.
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    Progress of 6.2 loader

    It is using one of the internal Broadcom Gigabit Ethernet BCM5720 NICs and ESXI is emulating an e1000e. I will go back and try the VMXNET3.
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    Progress of 6.2 loader

    Unable to discover it and not showing on my network. I have tried both the baremetal and VMware options from the Grub loader. Processor: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2665 0 @ 2.40GHz ESXI Version: 6.7 Host Config: SATA Controller e1000e Network Card 50mb boot (SATA0) 16gb test drive (SATA1) I attempted to set the mac address in the GRUB loader with the set command to match the interface. That did not work. I am willing to try different options if people have suggestions.
  11. I had some issues with it and went back to ESXI.
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    I do agree that it sucks, but I am glad to know it wasn't me doing something wrong In your opiniion, could I run the R710 as an iSCSI data store for VMs and be okay with the 1Gb limitation or do I need to look at other options? I am upgrading to a Dell R720, but it uses 2.5" drives. So for me to rebuild the array, it would be pretty costly. I was looking at like Open-E, but I am not sure it will do any better.
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    I have a couple of datashares setup on a bare metal install (Dell R710). I have the H700 raid array controlling the 6 2 TB drives. They are in a RAID 5 configuration. I have 3 nics on both the ESXI server and the Synology box (all Gig-E). I can see it splitting the traffic between the 3 NICS, but the speed doesn't go up. It seems to max out at the same amount 1 NIC would be. Do I have something configured wrong or is this the best I will be able to do?
  14. I ended up going to 3615 over 3617. I also used your version 3.2 file.
  15. I was able to track down the 3.2 driver package and loaded it. When I try to install Xpenology, I keep getting error 13 no matter what I try. I have tried a couple USB drives and still no luck. It is always saying that it is trying to migrate. I am not sure why it thinks it can migrate when I complete redo the USB. I am thinking it is trying to install on the raid controller possibly or maybe the SATA SSD that I had in the system. Anyone that has a R710 and bare bones working, please let me know.