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  1. Thank you for the answer! I think I'll go for the last option: buy 3x4tb, create the RAID5 and copy all the data from the 3tb and discard it.
  2. Hello there, I don't know if this is the correct section to ask this but I was trying to find a specific solution to my question and didn't find anything. I got the current situation. I'm currently mounting a 3tb NAS HDD and I have 3 more slots to extend. I want to create a RAID 5 and I want each one to be 4tb. I was thinking to buy a 4tb one and replicate (which I don't know really how to do it) from the 3tb. Another choice is to buy two 4tb and create a RAID 5 so in the long-term I'd replace the 3tb one for a 4tb and I was wondering if this could lead to parity proble
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    Hello there, I don't know if you read my previous post but seems to be a similar problem. I replaced the extra.lzma but only after run the new bootloader and running the wizard to looking for the NAS and restore it. After this you only need to unplug the USB, and running "Ext2 Volume Manager" as @IG-88 stated in the previous post to replace the extra.lzma in the existing bootloader and plug in and boot again and now your NAS should be shown again to continue with the migration.
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    Thank you very much! Finally worked! It was a very painful process since I cannot edit the bootloader usb directly and I had to make an image of the booteable usb and replace the extra.lzma through osfmounter but anyway... now it's working flawlessly! Thank you again and I will try to update to 6.2.3 althought I cannot see any updates in the upgrade panel... should be do it via manually? Regards.
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    Hello and thank you for the quick answer, Yes I read something about the extra.lzma but I thought it was only for cases the NIC wasn't able to be detected at all but now that you mention, it disappears at second boot so I'll try this. Now I'll put the specs of my machine: CPU: AMD Opteron X3216 / 1.6 GHz NIC: Broadcom 5720 And I'd say that's the most relevant, the machine is an HP Proliant Microserver GEN10. You can find more information here:
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    DSM 6.2 Loader

    Hello there, I've been running DSM 6.1.7-15284 for a while thanks to Jun loader 1.02b for over two years with no problems, however I was thinking that it was time to do some update and since Jun's loader for 6.2 has been released for a while so... I encouraged to update the xpenology. I did through the system packager to upgrade to the most recent version pointing to 6.2.2-24922 and reflash the usb with the Jun's loader 1.03b for 3615xs. Following again the tutorial for the migration from 5.2 to 6.0.2 I just configure the grub file matching my mac addresses, pid, vendor