mattyjasper

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  1. Bump! Anyone have any ideas on this? Or any logs I can check and provide? Thanks!
  2. HDD cache mode settings make no difference. Still stops at the same percentage
  3. It is a mix of SATA 3 and SATA 2 yes, but its the same hardware as what I previously had 6.1.7 running on and that had 0 issues. I'll try disabling (or enabling) cache and see if that makes a difference. The 3.3v thing you completely lost me?
  4. Confirmed on WD's product page, Ultrastar DC HC310 uses CMR so that's good!
  5. I don't think so, I'll do some more Googling though but appears to only be Reds/Red Pro not the enterprise stuff (I wouldn't imagine WD to scrimp on Enterprise either). What are the implications of using them? The only issue I have is the data scrubbing not working, haven't had any other issues at all (RAID healthy, SMART healthy, all functioning normally etc).
  6. Bump! Anyone got any ideas? Or know a way I can check/run via SSH, or logs etc
  7. Hi all, Recently upgraded my NAS to DSM 6.2.2 running from Jun's 1.03b Loader (DS3615xs). Also upgraded to 4x 6TB drives at the same time. I used Synology Migration Assistant to migrate all my data, packages etc from my old installation. Hardware as follows; Intel Core i3-4130 8GB DDR3 (2x 4GB) Gigabyte GA-H81M-S2V motherboard 4x WD/HGST Ultrastar 6TB drives (HUS726T6TALE6L4) The issue I'm now faced with is that I cannot get Data Scrubbing to complete! The normal scheduled run will kick in randomly and then go to a status of "Waiting for another task to finish" and then randomly start again later on. If I try to run a manual Data Scrubbing task, it gets to around 1.45% and then stops! I have tried rebooting, turning off all possibly packages and Docker containers etc, removing the schedule and running manually, nothing has worked! Does anyone have any ideas to resolve this? Or can i provide any logs somehow to help? I'm worried about the integrity of my data with it as it is. Thanks Matt
  8. As an FYI to anyone else who needs to do this in the future. I have just done the following steps and used the Synology Migration Assistant which has migrated ALL of my packages (Synology official and 3rd party) and ALL of my settings for said packages, system config, Docker containers etc etc. The whole lot basically! The only thing I've had to do is set DNS name and IP address! Synology Migration Assistant gets a massive 10/10 from me! 1. Create new DSM 6.2.2 installation on new hardware using Jun's latest loaders. 2. Boot into DSM and verify basic functionality (all drives detected etc). 3. Create Storage Pool in Storage Manager as required. 4. Download and install Synology Migration Assistant in Package Manager. 5. Follow the Migration Assistant wizard 6. Wait for data/settings to transfer and have a good day!
  9. Bump: Any more input on this please? Thanks all
  10. Thanks for the reply IG-88. Unfortunately I'm not using a SHR, my RAID is configured using the normal RAID5 option. I'm not worried about how long it will take, just want to make sure I do it the right way!
  11. Hi all, I currently have a working Xpenology unit that I have had for a while now running DSM 6.1.7 using Jun's 1.02b loader (DS3615xs) and the following hardware; Intel Core i3-4130 8GB RAM H81M Motherboard (can't remember the exact one now) with an additional SATA card 5x 2TB Hard Drives My issue is that I am running out of space. I have managed to acquire 4x 6TB drives that I want to move my data onto (this should give me ~18TB of space compared to current ~8TB). But I am aware that you cannot downsize a RAID array in DSM (from 5 disks down to 4). Over the years I have configured the NAS exactly how I want it and I have many apps, Docker containers etc configured working well. I don't really want to lose any of this config! What is going to be the best way to deal with this? I've seen that Synology now have a migration tool (Migration Assistant) that is only available on DSM 6.2, but will that do a 100% mirror of my current setup to the new? I can easily set up the hardware on a workbench with another motherboard, CPU, RAM etc to do this. Any assistance welcomed! :) Thanks, Matt