Polanskiman

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    Overwriting an existing installation

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    DSM 6.2.1-23824 - WARNING

    I delete a few posts. Amazing how people are unable to read what is in front of them.
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    XPEnology loosing connection after system recovery

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    Can't access server, no putty, no interface.

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    Can hard disk with bad sectors still be used?

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    SSH to 1.02b loader not DSM?

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    Can hard disk with bad sectors still be used?

    Told you... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Can hard disk with bad sectors still be used?

    You can let it finish. Then replace it. No matter the raid I never recommend keeping faulty HDDs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Can hard disk with bad sectors still be used?

    If the HDD has bad sectors it will only get worse. That HDD should not be part of your raid or you might regret it sooner rather than later. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. What DSM version are you running? That was @Dfds's question.
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    Syno 12 bays maximum: problem

    This topic had no business being in the Developers forum. I moved it here where it belongs.
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    Two Xpenology NAS on the same network

    In VirtualBox look here. You can change the MAC address by clicking that circular arrow: Then read the tutorials I made on how to upgrade install DSM 6. See my signature. There you will learn how to edit the grub.cfg file. You will need to match the MAC you have in VirtualBox to the one in the grub.cfg file
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    [Tuto] Installer/Migrer DSM 5.2 à 6.0.2 (Loader Jun)

    Il est préférable de fournir les liens fournis par Jun lui même. Le loader n'est pas corrompu, le problème réside surement dans le téléchargement. Officiellement le loader se trouve ici: et j'ai aussi créé un topic avec des liens miroir à tous les loaders produits à ce jour. Je viens de rajouter le dernier loader. Toujours vérifier le MD5.
  14. Normally yes you need to reconfigure DSM as it is a different version. Your data would still be there though.
  15. Security fixes could be a good reason but if you are using your box only in a LAN environment then not really since you are not exposing DSM to the internet. New features, like? If you can't answer that question then I suppose there is not need. Stable? As far as I am aware DSM 6.0.2 is stable like any other DSM release that comes out. Yes and no. It depends what you want to do. I would suggest you try first how everything works under DSM 6.0.2 then go for an update if for some reason some of those functions do no work. You will to attempt this if there is any compelling or technical reason to do so. I know many user who still running DSM 5.2 and they are happy with it. I think with that hard you should be able to update to 6.1 (with loader v1.02b) or even 6.2 (with loader v1.03b). I would personally suggest you stay at DSM 6.1 at the most for the time being. Having a VM is definitely not a replacement for a backup. Some people run VMs because they need to run several OSes or instances of DSM under the same hardware. That is the primary use of a VM and does not replace the need of having a proper backup of your data even when you rely only on a VM. Now you can also setup a VM to test new DSM or loader releases, OR you could also use a spare drive to test the same on your Baremetal. In my case I do both before applying anything to my running box. I am currently running DSM 6.1.7 and see no reason to run anything above that. In fact I didn't want to update to DSM 6.1.7. It was a mistake. I was still running DSM 6.1.