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  1. I have 6.2.3-25426 update 3 since a year. No special extra.lzma used. Do you happen to know how to do that in Virt-Manager/LibVirt? Thank you
  2. It's an .img file attached as a sata disk (not usb device as it used to be few years ago on dsm 5). I had a look to my img file, grub.cfg file in it, last modified time did not change in a year.
  3. Hi, Yesterday my NAS began making noise then some time after I received an email my "volume 1" had crashed. That RAID1 (not SHR) volume is composed of a sole disk. I also have another RAID1 volume called "volume 3" which is composed of two disks and is my main volume where apps are installed. So I shutdown the machine, removed the sole disk of faulty volume 1, and rebooted the NAS. The problem: now my NAS boot in installation/migration mode with a dynamic IP (normally it's on a fixed IP). My installed DSM version is recognized. I tried to simply migrate usi
  4. Hi, First, my setup: DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 3 with loader 1.04b DS918+ running as a KVM/QEMU VM on Ubuntu 20.04 host. Hard drives are individually passed through to the VM. I'm running Xpenology in this setup since 6 years. A few months ago I bought a new 6TB WD Red Plus hard-drive to have a second volume. I already had two 3 TB drives I had in a Raid 1 array from 6 six years ago as my main volume. When I initialized the new drive I first chose to format it using SHR array with BTRFS. I then tried to move some shared folders from old volume to the
  5. I updated to latest dsm versio some time ago and now I noticed that the power button function is not working anymore. I also found this thread and simple to install package: Would that also work instead of manually installing files like in your case? Thanks.
  6. Yeah it indeed works. I had to restart. I have your synoboot with virtio drivers. Thanks then.
  7. Thanks for that. When I do: sudo /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ start I get: insmod: ERROR: could not insert module /lib/modules/button.ko: File exists insmod: ERROR: could not insert module /lib/modules/evdev.ko: File exists start acpid I copied every files in the archive to its corresponding directory. What's wrong? Thanks.
  8. I used Proxmox in the past (really loved it) but then switched to Virtual-manager/libvirt in an Ubuntu installation. Both use KVM in the end. They performed well and were easy to setup and manage. But I never used baremetal, so cannot compare. I used these solutions as at that time there was no webui for ESXi and the management app was only available on Windows, which I don't have. The other reason is that I prefer to use standard Linux solutions rather than proprietary solutions, even if they are open-source.
  9. I previously ran DSM 5.2 on Proxmox. I had a Hasswell 3.3 Ghz quadcore of which I allocated 1 core and 1Gb of memory. It worked great. For your other questions, I cannot help.
  10. Hi, I got a new disk I passed-through to the DSM VM running on KVM. When initializing the new disk DSM is offering me to check the health/parity (searching for bad sectors) of the disk. Is it safe to let DSM do that as it does not really have direct access to the real physical drive? Would it be better to fsck the disk on the Linux host? Thanks.
  11. jpbaril

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Hi, I'm running 5.2 with latest Xpenoboot. I would like to upgrade to 6. I'm on Linux and running Xpenology in a KVM virtual machine. In 5.2 it was dead simple: use the provided ISO file as first boot device and add other drives for storage. All done and ready. I'm very confused how I could accomplish this with this new loader as everything explained here is either for bare metal or for vmware exsi virtualization. From my experience with 5.2, I would be looking for an ISO file. Maybe I would need to create it myself by converting another file attached here in this thread, but r
  12. Well, I don't know what happened with my Ubuntu host, but apparently, the network bridge I had for months stopped working. I removed it and recreated it, which makes the connection to work correctly again. I would not have thought. (well, I did, but again, strange...)
  13. Thanks, but I already did all that. I'm clueless.
  14. Hi, I had to reboot my Linux machine the other day and since then I cannot connect to my NAS (which is a VM on that same machine). From what I see on screen the NAS seems to boot fine. It's like it just does not get a network connection. The NAS has a static ip. The router does not see it. I'm on DSM_5.2-5644 Update-3 with XPEnoboot_DS3615xs_5.2-5644.5.iso. Is there something I can change through the command line to correct this? Or is this a known bug that Update-5 solves? In this last case, how can I upgrade without the web gui? Thanks