merve04

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  1. Not sure if this has been asked around here, but I know many folks have been using NVME drives for r or r\w cache, but could I use a pair of SSD's in lieu? I would need to modify the drive count from 16 to 18 which i dont think thats too difficult.
  2. I'm using a 16 bay hot swap rackmount case i ordered from alibaba, theres so many styles, it all came down to who could ship it at a reasonable price. It's nearly identical to a NORCO RPC-3216
  3. Ok I’m kinda getting worried with no sight in finding the issue. This all started back in beginning of December, I was nearly a daily occurence, sometimes 2-5 events a day, 98% of the time related to something in the plex directory. I think it got so bad that recently dozens of items didn’t work in plex anymore yet the file if played say through VLC was fine. Things I’ve tried over the course of time, check parity, twice, defrag a few times as well. All HDDs show no signs of issues. I did double up the ram back in December, decided to rip it out just in case it was bad. I erased every tr
  4. Can I or has anyone ran this with xpenology?
  5. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 2 - Loader version and model: Jun's Loader v1.04b - DS918+ - Using custom extra.lzma: YES, IG-88's v0.13.3 - Installation type: BAREMETAL - Gigabyte B365M DS3H - Additional comments: Updated directly from DSM Control Panel. Reboot required.
  6. Thanks again for the reply. I’ve never really used extra in the past, so I wasn’t familiar with how an update would effect it. That being said, will likely update soon enough, my system is currently expanding and I’ve also seen someone report with the same board as me in bare metal working fine, so should be a sure bet. again thanks for your time.
  7. Thanks for the reply, but i think you misread my question. My current USB key which is loader 1.04b, I've applied your extra v0.13.3 to it. I'm currently running DSM 6.2.3 u2. If I update to DSM 6.2.3 u3, will the extra still be present on the USB key? Or do I need to reapply it after DSM updated? Thanks
  8. My USB key currently has your extra 0.13, if i update from 6.2.3 u2 to u3, will the extra still be present or does it need to be reapplied? Thanks
  9. That is typically recommended way of doing it if really unsure if newer version will support your hardware. I think there were times i'd take a spare hdd, install the version i was then currently on and tried the upgrade process, if it worked then i tried it on my live system.
  10. I believe the issues here will be the RTL811E. I know in my past experience with an older board, Gigabyte X68XP-UD4 which had an older RTL8111 nic, when i tried 6.2 it was undetectable. Loader 1.04b is surely not to work on your system. Perhaps you need to inject extra in your 1.03 loader with nic drivers that will support your 8111E card.
  11. I run a VM of xpenology as well for more cameras in surveillance. I just use "Mount Remote Folder" under file station and use CIFS, check the mount automatically option and for me it works great, keeps all my recordings on one drive.
  12. Whats the purpose of copying zImage and rd.gz from the pat file to the usb key?
  13. Will try that command later tonight, need to power down server tonight upgrading to 32GB ram so I’ll have a reason to check bios if HT is indeed disabled as well.
  14. thanks for the correction, but why does VMM report 6 cores\ 6 threads? Now that I think of it, i believe my HT is disabled anyway but that would require rebooting in bios to verify.
  15. My bad, and my apologies to flyride if i came across insulting. I probably should of just said something along the lines that I lack linux knowledge or something of that sort.