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  1. I would wait more than a few days to install it even on original machines ... !!!!!!
  2. Hi, up to the 104b loader (vers. DSM 6.2.3 up.3) the possible discs to put on a 918+ were 12, now with the DSM 7 I'm not sure but I think it's still like this
  3. Si si 918+ ovviamente non capisco perchè tutti vogliono installare 3617 ho problemi ad accedere alle cartelle via SMB con il mio account (o altri, da pc con win10 non li riconosce) tutta la parte dei gruppi utenti è sfocata per quanto riguarda la lettura, (questo è il problema più grande), le memorie NVME non le vedono e non c'è patch come per 6.2.3 (io uso molta verticalizzazione e con quelle è molto più veloce) per il resto si la grafica è più aggiornato molti vogliono che installi foto per via del riconoscimento facciale e altro ma per me è una stronzata lo so che non funziona bene anche in
  4. I forgot to write that I did the migration with a downloaded Redpill image (I am not able to build it) for 918+ I don't know if many problems depend on this
  5. It depends on what you use it for; if you use it for tweaking, rehearsing, etc. etc. yes, if you use it for the services that the DSM gives every day and / or for work like me then no (this is my opinion); there are several things that do not work especially at the user level (it is not recognized, in my opinion the new login method makes a mess), migration made yesterday, I'm already seeing how to go back ... I have to retransfer 6 / 7Tb of data and work on it for a week .... !!!!! I wait a few days to see if maybe an update comes out that I try to shoot it in to see what happens otherwise
  6. Hello everyone as I wrote that I would have done a few days ago today I upgraded (migrated) the DSM from 6.2.3 up3 to 7.0.1 (42218) up2 baremetal from image redpill-DS918 + _7.0.1-42218_b1635406499.img, everything went right everything works correctly (or almost ..); as I feared, the system no longer sees me the two NVMe cards that I use for the cache which therefore I cannot mount, someone knows and wants to help me ??? Are the patches used for version 6.2.3 okay or are there others ??? Thank you
  7. Hello everyone, after various installation tests of DSM 7.0.1 and functionality tests (it seems to me to work correctly), migration test from DSM 6.2.3 up3 to DSM 7.0.1 all done in v.m. mode and all are successful with the image redpill-DS918 + _7.0.1-42218_b1635406499 I wanted to upgrade the DSM (migration from DSM6.2.3 up3 to DSN 7.0.1) of my machine running in baremetal mode (supermicro motherboard , hhd SATA and 100/1000 network), I needed to know something that I could not test with vm installations; my machine has 2 NVMe which I use as SSD cache, does anyone know if the redpill has probl
  8. Hello, actually it's very easy, it's like in vmware, only the commands are placed in different places, the machine is in virtualbox (like Linux oracle 64bit) I have configured 2048Mb of ram and 2 cpu (so I just have to do tests) , in the network section make sure you have selected network bridge and put aside the mac it gives you, now you have to take the RedPill image (redpill-DS918 + _7.0.1-42218_b1635406499), start Xpenology_Tool_V142 and with OSFMount open the image and select the first one (48Gb, make sure Read only drive is not checked) open the local disk boot / grub / grub.cfg at the
  9. Hello everyone, today finally after some failed attempts (because I was wrong with the procedure) I was able to install a new diskstation 918+ vers. DSM 7.0.1 in vm mode on virtualbox to test it (I need to install it in baremetal mode on a special server) with an image downloaded from the network, unfortunately I am not able to build it myself and everything is ok, it seems to work correctly and I will test it for a few days with installation tests of the applications I need. I needed to know something for those who have already done it or are aware of it and it is this; having the need to ins
  10. Hi Piteball, yes I did everything correct (I already knew it from the various previous loaders) however the machine starts correctly and goes online (I reach it only via syno assistant and I change the IP) but I do not reach it via browser. Let's see if I have some time today and I'm still working on it in the loader, thanks in the meantime.
  11. Hello everyone, today I was finally able to install a version of the new RedPill by following a couple of videos I found on the net (in the video notes I also found the link to download the image); I installed it on virtualbox (I will have to install it in baremetal mode on a special server, but first I want to see how the installation is via vm), I made (or almost) the changes described in the videos and started the machine, the machine starts as with the previous loaders, initially the router did not see it, then with the synology assistant I changed the ip (he had assigned an ip completely
  12. Hello TheEvilSide and everyone, I wanted to ask you if you can better describe (step-by-step) the procedure you performed to upgrade (at least if I didn't get it wrong) from DSM 6.2.3 to 7.0.1. I also watched the video, I'm not an IT guru but I don't think I'm the last one, but I miss some steps that I don't understand in particular how to manage the red pill; this discussion does not help (I remember that it had started to upgrade from 6.2.3 to 6.2.4, then it went into everything as usual and made it practically useless, at least from how I see things, precisely because there is everything in
  13. Hello thanks for the answer, yes of course I tried and there are no plausible answers with that error number (they can be found up to 556). This morning as soon as I opened the DSM page it gave me an update of the mail server application, I updated, but then I tried but it still gives me the same error, the error report that comes back to me is this Reporting-MTA: dns; X-Postfix-Queue-ID: 39A1126D538 X-Postfix-Sender: rfc822; XXXXXX@YYYYYY.XY Arrival-Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2021 08:10:37 +0100 (CET) Final-Recipient: rfc822; Original-Recipient