valix

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  1. I wonder if it is necessary to replace also rd.gz and zImage from the original .pat file. I just replaced the extra.lzma itself and it worked (Juns 1.03b 3615xs loader + DSM 6.2.3U3 un HP MS Gen8 Baremetal) for me. My 10 Gig Asus NIC (Aquantia 107) is recoginzed. Thanks for the driver package. Edit. Somehow I have 41% Packetlos (480 pings send), when die Aquantia NIC is running on 1 Gbps. I haven't tried another link speed, since my switch isn't upgraded yet. But my current switch has no raising error counters. No matter if I set the interface to 100 Mb FD or 1000 Mb FD. No i
  2. Sorry for my question, but I got problems to figure out form the start post which extra.lzma I can use now and what is supported @IG-88I read in a posting of you, that you added 2 years ago the aqc107 driver, the current list contains the aqc111 module, does it also contain the one for aqc107? If yes, is it included in both, the one for 918+ and 3615xs? Do I just use the packet for 6.2.0 on 6.2.3 since the driver model only for 6.2.2 has been changed? Or do I take the testing driver packets? Are the preparations (deleting the content of the two folder) listed in the starter still needed?
  3. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.3-25423 - Loader version and model: Jun's v1.03b - DS3615xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: BAREMETAL - HP ProLiant Microserver Gen8 (Xeon 1220Lv2) - Additional comment: To avoid custom extra.lzma, I already installed in 2019 an Intel e1000e Dual-Nic (HP NC360T) to go for 6.2, and disabled the onboard NICs in BIOS. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.3-25423 - Loader version and model: Jun's v1.04b - DS918+ - Using cu
  4. @hoppler it worked like a charm on my 918+ config!
  5. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 4 - Loader version and model: Jun's v1.03b - DS3615xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: BAREMETAL - HP ProLiant Microserver Gen8 (Xeon 1220Lv2) - - Additional comment: To avoid custom extra.lzma, I already installed in 2019 an Intel e1000e Dual-Nic (HP NC360T) to go for 6.2, and disabled the onboard NICs in BIOS. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 4 - Loader version and model: Jun's v1.04b - DS
  6. I tested the Power Plan on the HP Powerserver Gen 8 I also have. It worked in a restricted way. It cannot determine between the week days, each day is today for booting up, setting up to boot e.g. only on saturdays results in a boot every day. I assume an issue I have to live with - and I lived with it since 2015 or 2014. A nice to have, but on the other hand, Xpenology is no comercial product.
  7. Loader version and type: 1.04b DS918+ DSM version in use (including critical update): 6.2.2-24922-4 Using custom modules/ramdisk?: no Hardware details: Biostar A10N-8800E Ver. V6.1 (AMD FX-8800P Carrizo Processor), 4 GB DDR4 2400@2133 LAN: Realtek RTL8111H Gigabit SATA: 2x via SoC and 4x via Inline 76617D Add-In Card (Marvell 88SE9230 Chipset), S.M.A.R.T is supported for both Comments: clean install, used DSM_DS918+_24922.pat, perfect, CPU FAN replaced by Noctua 60 mm 3 Pin Fan, GPU clock reduced to minimum Loader version and type: 1.04b DS918+ DSM version in use (including
  8. This are my test settings for DSM And the device shut down as usual correctly as planned, but even as usual nothing happend at 18:12 - no start up. This are the power settings in BIOS: I could set a wake up date in BIOS but it couldn't be controlled from DSM GUI. DSM 6.2.2 on Biostar A10N-8800. But I hat the same experience with my HPE Microserver Gen8 and a Fujitsu D3417-B1 Board.
  9. Of course I did. As I wrote it works perfectly for shutdown but not for startup. And I tested this with all my current and former Xpenology NAS (AMD Kabini, Intel Haswell, Intel Skylake, Intel Ivy Bridge, AMD Carizzo platforms). It never worked for startup. I give you one task: Set a shutdown time and 30 minutes later a startup time and please let me know if it worked for you.
  10. Hi there, I ask myself if it wouldn't be great if the power schedule would work to boot and shutdown the NAS at a certain time. Shutdown works so far without any change for me at all my NAS but what about booting? Of course I could set a wakeup-timer in the BIOS but it is no very dynamic and has often poor possibilities and since the NAS is running headless I wouldn't always attach and detach a monitor and keyboard to change the BIOS settings - very annoying. Does anybody have a clue how to setup a working startup timer?
  11. Alright, after replacing the currently used usb stick by another one it works fine. Obviously Hardware fault.
  12. Hi there. I need some support to get on with my new NAS build. (This is supposed to be my 5th Xpenology NAS). This time I switched from Intel based systems to an AMD based system. When I install the image (no matter which 6.2.2) image with a 1.04 918+ bootloader, the installation process stops suddenly at 57% or 58 % depending on the 6.2.2 release with the error message " File could not be installed. The file is propably damaged. (13)". I found nothing suitable to this error message. I tested to install the current image from the internet and from a local file - no s
  13. Sorry for the late answer. I m still running 6.1.x.... In November I took the latest loader from the link list: And I double checked it again - it was 1.03b That I used - the file is still on my computer. Right, in some kind I was in the wrong sub topic regarding the version - but the fault was the same. Nevertheless I remain sticking to 6.1. as long as possible, perhaps some day a new loader is available. And I am aware that this Xpenology porject is a project of voltuneers ...
  14. Have you solved it? I 'm facing the same issues. Either it is telling me that the file ist corrupted or if I have a working file the server isn't reachable (no dhcp request) after the reboot.
  15. valix

    DSM 6.2 Loader

    I didn't mean only 918p. The same issue appears when also trying Jun's Bootloader 1.03b for 3615xs + DSM6.2 or Jun's Bootloader 1.03b for 3617xs on Ivy Bridge. I deleted after each test the partitions to show "new" disks to the installations process. After installation of DSM (downloading + exctraction+reboot) the device was always dead, as already described to 918, but I faced this issue with both other loaders... I wouldn't use "any" if I would mean the specific 918, but I did mean "any".
  16. valix

    DSM 6.2 Loader

    I tried also to run anyhow 6.2 with any bootloader that are offered, it seems any hardware older than Haswell isn't supported *). Could anyone confirm? Does anybody know if it is a bootloader or DSM issue? *) as many reported after DSM 6.2 is loaded to the NAS it doesn't show up in the network any more - no ping, no anything. Deleting the DSM partitions made it possible to rediscover the same behaviour with all bootloaders. My test hw is a HP Microserver Gen8.
  17. NAS 1: Loader: Jun's 1.02b 3615xs Platform: Fujitsu D3417-B Mainboard w/ Intel Xeon E3-1220v5 (instead of a former used Pentium G4400) , Intel C236 Chipset, 8 GB Kingston DDR4 ECC RAM DSM: 6.1.6 UP1 SATA: intel C236 (onboard) LAN: Intel i219LM HDD: 3x 8 TB Seagate Ironwolf grub.cfg: Increased S/N and MAC by "1", because I've 2 Xpenology systems in the same subnet and changed USB Drive VID and PID. NAS 2 (Backup): Loader: Jun's 1.02b 3615xs Platform: HPE Microserver Gen 8, 4 +8 GB ECC DDR3 Kingston RAM, Intel C204 Chipset DSM: 6.1.6
  18. DS3615xs Jun's Mod V1.02b HP Gen8 From 6.1.3-15152 Update 8 -> 6.1.4 -> Fail 1. Boot -> no reaction -> hard off 2. Boot it is pingable, but SW need to be reinstalled (migration Wizzard apears) Saved by the bell, it was the backup / test system I tried first....
  19. valix

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    @ jun Links are still dead.
  20. As usual: It depends. First, DSM does not benefit of hw accelartion of the gpu. That means everything is de-/en-/transcoded by the cpu. The CPU is qiet weak, but low resolution and low bitrade transcoding would be possible I guess. To compare, I had run a athlon 5350, that have the double of cores and a little highe frequency and transcoding of a 720p TV stream to 600p + 1500kbps causes 60-80% CPU load. A SD TV stream only 30 to 50 %. I doubt that a E-350 would get along with HD-video. I wouldn't concern the disk array speed, every low budget hardware is able to bring gigabit etherne
  21. Nope. Migrationen funktieren da eigentlich nur innerhalb eines OS. OMV ist ein andere OS als Xpenology. DSM spricht die Platten auch anderes an. Bei Xpenology wir keine dedizierte OS-Platte benutzt, sondern die vorhandenen Disks paritioniert. Für das OS selbst sind da 2? GB und der Rest mehr oder weniger dann der NAS-Speicher selbst. Da du Xpenoboot auf den USB-Stick flashen musst, kannst du höchstens hinterher kannst du zwar nachträglich an der Partition (~20 MB) herumspielen und kannst denke ich weiter Bootoptionen hinzufügen, sofern OMV Grub benutzt. Ich halte es aber für keine
  22. For building a kernel I found that page, but I'm not sure if it still works with DSM 5.x, cause the step-by-step is quiet old. And for installing kernel modules: http://hallard.me/how-to-install-kernel ... 0-dsm-4-1/ I haven't tried both yet. Honestly, I wait for Xpenboot 5.2 and will see how my hardware will work. I still can try to add kernel modules later