Skalyx

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  1. Hello, I am having an issue with my Synology where I cannot backup it completely with Hyper Backup. Indeed, I am having a: "Failed to backup application Moments. System error" and “Checksum Mismatch”. I just do not know what to do in order to fix it. No one has the same problem on the Internet. Here are some information: SHR Volume with SSD read and write Cache. The backup location is an external Seagate Barracuda HDD 6TBs. I have run some SMART tests and other health tests on the external drive and no problem was found. I noticed this backup probl
  2. UP! I have found this error in my log and it is a recurrent error, since I restored my DS916+'s data with HyperBackup. There was an error restoring Moments and I finally gave up and installed Moments from scratch. However and fortunately, all my data was still there as all the "homes" directories and files were restored from HyperBackup. Please check the following error from my log: Warning System 25/08/2020 04:41:44 SYSTEM Checksum mismatch on file [/volume1/@database/pgsql/base/29914/11776.1]. Please help me. Thanks!
  3. Hello, I am having an issue with my Xpenology where I cannot backup it completely with Hyper Backup. Indeed, I am having a: "Failed to backup application Moments. System error". I just do not know what to do in order to fix it. No one has the same problem on the Internet. Here are some information: SHR Volume with SSD Read-only Cache. The backup location is an external Seagate Barracuda HDD 6TBs. I have run some SMART tests and other health tests on the external drive and no problem was found. More information: DS3617xs Int
  4. Well my cache is only at 34%, so it is not full. I would expect at least 450MB/s. Do you think the 34% is impacting my SSDs perf that much? Yes, I understand. Thank you for explaining me that. I have read the link and understand the problem much better. Yes, the cache is risky. That is why I only chose to have SSD read-only cache as I am afraid of data corruption.
  5. So my "WD80EFZX" is the slowest... I see. Will a read/write SSD cache help? Oh yes, that is a very interesting advantage. However, I was looking for flexibility and speed. Based on my research a few years back, I think SHR is faster than RAID 5. I will look further into that. Nevertheless, I have run single disk benchmarks and it looks like my drives have good speed according to their theoretical ones. However, my SSDs do not at all! Please refer to the attached screenshots. Is it normal? What should I do? I am using them for SSD cache read only and I ensured nothing
  6. Hello, I am noticing that my SHR volume with 6 drives (2 SSDs, and 4 HDDs) and with a 1TB SSD read-only cache is very slow, especially when running a virtual machine. Please find attached a screenshot and details of my drives and some benchmarks, which show some very disappointing results. I just do not know how to make it fast. I should get at least normal HDDs speed. SHR seems to be a Synology version of RAID 5, which is fast compared to a single HDD. However, it is very slow. More information: DS3617xs Intel Xeon E5-2630L V3 (8 cor
  7. Dear Users, I have just migrated from a DS 916+ to XPenology for my needs. Everything went succesfully but... I lost all my data (i. e., configuration, users, applications, etc.). My hard drives (SHR volume) are fine! Fortunately, I have a backup I ran daily with an external HDD and HyperBackup. It saved all my configuration settings and also my application, such as Synology Drive and Moments. However, my external HDD is in exFAT so it is not usable with xpenology. I tried "https://github.com/luckylz2git/exfat-synology", but it did not work. Maybe it even made my system
  8. I just succeeded by testing the third extra.lzma (extra3617_v0.11.2_test.zip) and waiting 2 hours. Thank you!
  9. It does not work. I replaced it with two different extra.lzma (extra3617_v4.8.zip and extra3617_v0.5_test.zip). Unfortunately, it does not work. I cannot detect it in any way. However, I can detect it with the original exra.lzma when I create a new USB. Do you have any idea? Btw, is it bad to force the reboot with all the drives connected? There are a lot of data there in SHR from my old Synology and I hope nothing will happen. Please help me. Thanks,
  10. Thank you for your help. I have used the XPEnology Tool to download the 1.03b and have made the USB again. I then had access to the webpage and could again click on "recovery", but it seems like the problem is still occurring after it restarted for recovery. I cannot ping the machine and cannot find anything on Synology Assistant. It has been already 20 minutes now. Do you have any idea? Thank you!
  11. PS: It is a baremetal installation with the latest DSM version (DSM_DS3617xs_25426.pat). I have been letting the "restoring process" for hours now and no news. Nmap does not show any host now. The two LAN port (RTL8125 and Intel XXXX) do not work. I mean they do not allow me to get any web page to do anything. The DHCP server does not show any new lease. Should I force the reboot and risk damaging my disks again? Please help me
  12. Dear Members, I had DS916+ with 4 disks in SHR (30TBs) and have been trying to migrate to a customized server with a Huanzhi X99 D8 and E5 2630lV3 with 32GBs of DDR4 RAM. Therefore, I followed the step for "DS3617xs 6.1 Jun's Mod V1.02b.img" and prepared a USB 2.0 flash drive. I inserted it to the workstation and the first boot was fine. I could ping the New DS and find it on Synology Assistant after 60 seconds. I went to 192.168.1.2 (I binded the IP and MAC Address with the DHCP server) and could see the web page which indicated me to migrate, which I did. Then, I manually
  13. Thank you so much for your advice. I will follow it and go with the 3617 to have 16 threats. Then, I will use SATA SSD. Only one will be used for read-only caching. As a heavy Moments user, I believe it will help. My DS916+ is too slow! I am a little bit worried for the reliability of my hardware, especially as I will replace a DS916+. Thanks for the ESXI suggestion, but I do not think NVMe will change a lot as a home user. So, I will use SATA SSD. It should already be great!