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  1. Moving everything (apps and associated data) from one volume to another isn't as easy as I thought. Does anyone have experience on how to do it? I currently have data on Volume 1, I created new Volume 3. I would like to move all apps. and associated data from Volume 1 to Volume 3.. Then I would delete Volume 1 (since both Volume 1 and 3 and or the same SSD, and I need the space). I have 30 installed apps, and some of them do, but most do NOT allow changing "target volume". Deinstalling, reinstalling and reconfiguring would take just too much time.
  2. Hi again, Well, I hit the max size again, and wanted to follow the same method to extend the volume via terminal , just like last time. However, I ran into a problem this time and I cannot go around it. The problem is at Step 3 and 4 -> more actually at setp 4 Step 3: When i SSH as "admin" user, then switch to root (sudo -i), then run syno_poweroff_task -d the connection to the server is closed (eventough -d is used) When i SSH as "admin" user, then run syno_poweroff_task -d the command executes correctly (Success) So
  3. How can I make wi-fi/bluetooth adapter available for synology?... I have ESXI 6.5 U2 installed bare-metal on Motherboard with: Intel Gigabit Ethernet ( Intel® I219V) Integrated 2x2 802.11ac Wi-Fi with MU-MIMO support. In ESXI 6.5, I can see Physical adapter " vmnic0 , 1000 Mbps, Full" In VM setting, I added: E1000e If I want to add new Network Adapter, I have following adapter types: E1000 E1000e VMXNET 3 In Synology, I can connect to internet without problem, but wi-fi and bluetooth are not available.
  4. For those who want to use Synology DSM to "expand" Volume in DSM, and do not want to use Terminal: In ESXi, build a new VMDK (to existing Xpenology VM): Add New HDD Use existing SATA controller (tied to HDD, where Synology data is being stored), but a different bus node. For example, if existing HDD is using 1:0, the new HDD should use 1:1 Log into DSM and open Storage Manager app Create new Storage Group Create new Volume within that storage group Copy all items from existing (e.g. Volume 1) to new vo
  5. Update: I rebooted Xpenology and I can log in normally into DSM. Nothing is missing. everything looks normal. I stopped docker within DSM. I SSH back into Synology via terminal and when I run command "df" the array looks normal. I see volume is ok when mounted, and unmounted. I see sdb3 and md2 are correctly expanded. So I think everything is normal...I just cannot expand Volume group and logical volume... With Volume mounted: root@Syno:~# df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounte
  6. I went with terminal route....and have issue. I successfully went through step 5, then tried lvextend (hyperlink) and couldn't proceed: error stated " Device /dev/sdb3 not found (or ignored by filtering) see below code....but bottom line. I noticed you said "/dev/sdb3 -> /dev/md2 -> /dev/vg1 -> filesystem" so I tried to expand md2 first,...and it worked (see fdisk -l)....then I tried again "lvextend" and got the same error: Device /dev/sdb3 not found (or ignored by filtering) Then I ran "df" and noticed that in addition to volume
  7. Thanks. "fgrep volume1" didn't work (the cursor just went to the second line, and there was no response) so I used "df". I got error at "$ sudo syno_poweroff_task -d" See screen shot. How do I move on?
  8. I have issue in ESXI 6.6 and Xpenology (ds3615xs, with Jun 1.02 loader) I allocated 16GB of HD data when I installed Xpenology on ESXI. I later expanded in ESXI HD from 16 to 20 GB (same HD). In Storage pool on Synology I can see 20 GB, but I cannot increase the size of Volume. See image. Does anyone know how to expand Volume size? Through terminal/SSH maybe?
  9. Hey mandreto10... Hi! You sound very frustrieted! Let me help you. There is lot of information on this forum....It can be confusing for new person. Here is a very good guide: This guide will work on ESXI 6.5 and 6.7. Make sure you read through the entire post, as there are few important modifications. Specifically changes to Network Card...This link contains all files you need in one place. It has screen shots. The fourth link seems broken. Don't worry about that file. For now, don't go to