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  1. @IG-88, thanks again for the explination. I am going back to 3716xs without transcoding. I will modify the synoinfo.conf as follows: maxdisks= 24 internalportcfg= 0xffffff esataportcfg=0x0 usbportcfg=0x3000000 (default) I leave usb defaust so my external USB drives do not show up as internal drives. Thank you again with all your help. BTW thank you for the info on the ASMedia ports.
  2. I originally had the way you suggested. 2x SSD were on the ASMedia SATA on-board connecter and 14x (12x active and 2x HS) HDD's on 2x LSI controller. But that would make a total of 18 ports, that's why I disabled all SATA connectors. But I think you are right, the MB has a total of 8x SATA ports (6x intel and 2x ASmedia) and even though I "disable" it in the BIOS it still counts a port. BTW two ports on one of LSI controller were not even being use, but I can see it counting towards the port count. Yep I do read your posts very carefully :). You have been a great help
  3. @IG-88Thank you so much for the feedback. I tried to disable all onboard SATA ports in BIOS and hooked up 14x HDD's and 2x SSD to LSI controller. I still can not create a hot spare. All the drives are showing up in storage manager. I tried to modify the synoinfo.conf (20x slots) file but that did not work either. I am also a bit concerned about no SMART and no hot spare. I am going back to the 3617xs, seemed to work solid with my Supermicro x10SAE motherboard. Since I have a Intel® Xeon® CPU E3-1285L v4 @ 3.40GHz, I really wanted transcoding (mainly for moments), but I rather have data integri
  4. Any idea on what could be happening here? I would really like to set-up the hot spares.
  5. Thanks for the reply. I have Seagate Exos ST10000NM0086. All same make and model. Yes all drives show up in Storage Manager. I post some SS in bit later I have not tried to remove the SSD.
  6. Hello, I have the below configuration and getting an error when trying to create two spare drives. I get "The Operation Failed. Please log into DSM again and retry". Needless to say logging in or logging out does not work. Configuration: DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 3 + 918+ with 0.13.3 extra.lzma/extra2.lzma + Jun 1.04b + MBR [Direct USB] Supermicro X10SAE 14x 10TB SATA HDD 2x 256GB SSD 2x 9211-8i (8 HDD each) 2x SATA from Motherboard Set-Up: Storage Pool - RAID 10 (with 12x 10TB) Volume - One Volume 2x SSD for Cache 2x
  7. Yep have the same P400 card, would like to try something as well. I have a 3617xs.
  8. Great feedback, had to order a backplane so will test it out once it arrives. thank you
  9. As always thank you very much IG-88. I need 24 ports. My configuration: Supermicro X10 motherboard 6x SATA (internal ports) 16x SAS/SATA ports (2x HBA LSI 9211-8i) 2x USB 3.0 (For external drive connection) NO eSATA ports. 3617xs Here is how I got is working. The key was not to mess with the usbportcfg settings. maxdisks="24" 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 => esataportcfg ==>"0x0000 0000" 0000 0000 0011 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 => usbportcfg ==>"0x0030 0000" 0000 1111 0000 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 => internalportcfg
  10. Sorry to reopen this old thread, but did this ever get resolved? I have a 16x HDD (connected via two LSI 9211 controllers), 2x SSD (Cache on internal SATA ports), not using eSATA, but need the USB to show up as USB (not in storage manager). The reason for the USB is for back up. It is 2x faster to back-up data with direct connect then to do it of GigE. Thanks in advance if anyone has solved this issue. Here are my current setting. If I go back to original file all works. I am on 3517xs with maxdisks="24" esataportcfg="0xff000000" internalportcfg="0xffffff"
  11. I am looking to back-up my data to a couple of external drives. I bought a dual USB 3.0 docking station. When I plug it into my xpenology 3615xs it get recognized under Storage Manager but do not see any devices to mount under Control Panel-->External Devices. I am using DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 2 When I try to configure under storage manager I get an error "Operation Failed". Status shows not initialized. I tried to format the drives to NTFS, EXT4 and FAT32. They are 16TB drives and I have two of them in the docking station. I tried both the USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports. It works fi
  12. Anyone having HDD hibernation issues find a workaround/fix? Downgrading seems to the only solution, but I think going back to 6.2.2 would wipe all my data. Thanks again to the people whom have contributed. This weekend I plan on updating my 6.2.3 to IG-88 extra.lzma (.11), but am not very hopeful.
  13. @IG-88 Thank you for the information. Just so I do not completely screw up my configuration, can you please help to confirm if the steps are correct to update my system. Sorry in advance for all the questions. Download extra3615_v0.11_test from your post. Remove USB from my system. Open in Windows system with open USB with OSFMount use osfmount> mount image> select partition 1> untick Read only drive> ok> double click the mounted DRV Copy the extra.lzma from the zip file (~4MB) (your version extra3615_v0.11_test) close> osfimage> dism
  14. @IG-88 thank you for the information. I would like not redo my 3615, if I can fix it via the extra.lzma that would be great. I am looking to recreate my USB based of Jun 1.03b with extra.lzma and hope it boots. I do not have another box with 10x 10TB drives.