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      DSM 6.2-23739 - WARNING   05/23/2018

      This is a MAJOR update of DSM. DO NOT UPDATE TO DSM 6.2 with Jun's loader 1.02b or earlier. Your box will be bricked.  You have been warned.   https://www.synology.com/en-global/releaseNote/DS3615xs
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  1. Working DSM 6

    I had the same issue. Change sn=xxxxxx to custom_sn=xxxxxx Then it should work. Sent from my SM-G928I using Tapatalk This indeed fixed the issue. However, I cannot log in to my synology account in dsm due to an "unkown error". Has anyone been successful so far?
  2. Working DSM 6

    FYI: I have written an email to Synology due to the release of source code of DSM6. I cannot post the original answer here, but the core message is as follows: - DSM 6.0.2 will be available in the coming weeks - DSM 6.0.2 will be the candidate for the DSM GPL source - It is expected to be released around early Q4 this year I think this is pretty good news for you, guys! Let's hope the DEV team will start their work as soon as the source is available. I will be happy to contribute, someone of the DEV team please contact me via PM.
  3. I think that guy deserves our support. Donations can be sent via paypal to sancome@nanoboot.eu.org. Let's hope a new Nanoboot is in the works.
  4. Yes, is possible. I got a HP Gen 8 microserver upgraded with a XEON processor and 16 Gb ram ... And have a hyper V environment with DSM 5.0 running. Is it possible to have six drives on a Gen8 case like n54l on the ODD space? does have 6 Sata connection? Guys, I kindly ask you to stick to the Topic: DSM 5.1.
  5. N54L - ESXI vs Bare Metal Install ?

    Here is a good list of the pro and cons: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=535 I personally tried ESXi, but switched to Bare-Metal. I think that a big advantage of NASes is redundancy, and the problem about ESXi is that S.M.A.R.T data is not available to DSM. Thus, the hypervisor has to handle disk failure, and I have no clue what happens when a disk fails.
  6. I highly recommend to put the Source of Nanoboot and Gnoboot on Github.
  7. Hi Folks, I am using the all-standard config at home (N54L + Hotswap Mod + ESXI + DSM 5.0 + RDM Passthrough + SHR w/ 3 disks). We all know that RDM does not pass the S.M.A.R.T. data to DSM, so I installed the great PHP-workaround from here: http://www.xpenology.nl/smart-data-voor ... ugh-disks/ to monitor the status. Nevertheless, I am still worried I could miss when an hdd fails. On a regular diskstation, I get a push notification on my mobile if DSM detects a SMART-error. and I can also check the status be the LED's on the front. My questions are: - What happens right now if a disk fails? Will ESXI know and shut down the VM? What should I do by then? - Is there any possibility to be notified instantly? Cheers h4rm