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  1. I heard someone talking about the motherboard of gen 10+ blocked the integrated graphic card from the CPU. I don’t know if that’s true but if not it would really be the best compact xpenology ever.
  2. Hi, Should this method help resolving the no SMART info issue of mpt3sas in extra.lzma v0.1 for dsm6.23?
  3. I checked around and to be honest I still have no idea whether this is a driver issue or something I did wrong. Here's the output of lspci -v and lsmod: lspci -v [....] 0000:00:05.0 Class 0107: Device 1000:0086 (rev 05) Subsystem: Device 15d9:0691 Flags: bus master, fast devsel, latency 0, IRQ 11 I/O ports at c000 [size=256] Memory at 8000c0000 (64-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=64K] Memory at 800080000 (64-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=256K] Expansion ROM at c8100000 [disabled] [size=1M] Capabilities: [50] Power Management version 3 Capabilities: [68] Express Endpoint, MSI 00 Capabilities: [d0] Vital Product Data Capabilities: [a8] MSI: Enable- Count=1/1 Maskable- 64bit+ Capabilities: [c0] MSI-X: Enable+ Count=16 Masked- Kernel driver in use: mpt3sas [....] lsmod [....] mdio 3127 5 alx,sfc,cxgb,bnx2x,cxgb3 mpt3sas 197815 16 mptsas 38563 0 megaraid_sas 111224 0 megaraid 43521 0 mptctl 26181 0 mptspi 13060 0 mptscsih 18913 2 mptsas,mptspi mptbase 63170 4 mptctl,mptsas,mptspi,mptscsih megaraid_mbox 28864 0 megaraid_mm 7952 1 megaraid_mbox vmw_pvscsi 15406 0 [....] There's no mpt2sas/3sas.ko file under /lib/modules/ but there's a mpt3sas.ko file under path /lib/modules/update root@Sarieri_NAS:~# ls -lah /lib/modules/update/mpt3sas.ko -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 335K Apr 19 20:01 /lib/modules/update/mpt3sas.ko root@Sarieri_NAS:~# cat /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/board_name LSI2308-IT root@Sarieri_NAS:~# cat /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/version_fw root@Sarieri_NAS:~# cat /sys/module/mpt3sas/version I have reinstall the dsm6.2.3 baremetal and as vm quite a few times, and I always switch extra.lzma/lzma2 and zlmage/rd.gz file from pat file. SMART info was fine in 6.22.
  4. Does your HBA card uses a mpt2sas/3sas driver? The SMART issue should be about those drivers.
  5. I saw another person passing through a lsi card and has missing smart info as well. Is this a driver issue?
  6. Can someone check if the SMART info is showing correctly? I passed through the onboard lsi2308 and smart info is missing(it was there before the update.
  7. Hi, could you check if the smart info is showing correctly? I updated from 6.22 24922 (ds918+) and swapped the new extra and extra2 files after installation. The mpt2sas driver seems to be working but no SMART info (the SMART info was there before update). Installation type: VM(unraid) - e3 1280 v3, on board lsi2308 passthrough, on board Intel NIC I didn't know if I should swap the rd.gz and zlmage file in the loader with those from the .pat file but I did it anyway. I also realized that /dev/dri folder is missing (I don't use hw transcoding at all but maybe that is related to the smart info missing problem?)
  8. Outcome of the installation/update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 5 - Loader version and model: Jun's Loader v1.04b - DS918+ - Using custom extra.lzma: YES (v0.1 for 6.23) - Installation type: VM(unraid) - e3 1280 v3, on board lsi2308 passthrough, on board Intel NIC - Additional comments: SMART info is not showing, might be a bug in extra.lzma
  9. The drive that crashed was an HGST 8T entreprise drive, and the four that were okay was the seagate ironwolf 4T. I guess there might be a difference between hibernation mechanism between these drives.
  10. That is what I think the problem is. The hibernation option was turned on everytime the drive crashed. Also, I have been use BTRFS, and I heard that ext4 might be more stable.
  11. I'm running XPE NAS in ESXI. I can't run XPE as the O/S since I have a nvidia graphic card to run in another VM(ubuntu) to transcode for emby in ESXI and Xpenology does not have a driver for that. I will definitely try to put my ESXI on a USB to boot and disable other sata ports. As for the data store set up, It doesn't seem to matter. I set up a SHR before with all four 4T drives and the 8T drive, and it crashed. I also set up a basic volume with the 8T drive only, and it crashed just this morning. SATA ports and SATA cables were switched so those should not be a problem. The powersupply is a 500w one, seems to have enough power. Also, if it's the problem of the powersupply, drives should crash randomly, but in my case, it was always the 8T one. Right now I can only suspect that if it is the case that Lsi 2308 has some compatibility issue with HGST drives.
  12. If I select the third option when the loader boot up, all five drives show up. However, it randomly crashed in 2 or 3 days, if I put all five drives under SHR raid. It was always the 8t drive that crashed but I the complete S.M.A.R.T status was fine. I checked with WD's Data Lifeguard Diagnostic app as well, and it had no problem at all. My powersupply, sata cable were switched as well, problem still insisted. I also tried to change the port the drive connected to, but still no luck. The drive was a HGST HUS728T8TALE6L4 and it is in the compatibility list of DS918+.
  13. Hi guys, I'm kind of confused about how sata ports are mapped in xpenology. So I installed dsm6.22 24922(918+) with jun's loader v1.04b modded with extra.lzma on my ESXI host. The weird thing is that one of my five(four 4T and one 8T) drives is missing if selecting baremetal option(first option) when the loader boot up. I did some research on how to modify the synoinfo.conf file under /etc.defaults and got no luck. The default parameters in that file was: internalportcfg="0xffff", esataportcfg="0x0", usbportcfg="0x30000", and maxdisks="16". The four drives that are recognized were from slot 17 to slot 20. I have no idea why they were there even though the maxdisks should sixteen. My motherboard is a ASUS p9d mh/sas 10g-dual, which has 6 sata ports and 8 sas port under lsi2308 controller. My esxi host is installed on a ssd drive which is connected to the sata port labeled orange under the photo below, and all fives drives are connected to sas port labeled red. I passthrough the lsi2308 controller to the Xpenology.