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  1. So if I have a J3355 and it is at 800mhz on idle and 2000mhz normal and 2500mhz on turbo, my parameters would be: lowload: 040 midload: 065 highload: 085 scalingminfreq: 800000 scalingmaxfreq: 2000000 Is this right? I don't know if it is safe to test speeds (for example putting 400mhx on scalingminfreq)
  2. Well why not? Aplying the right config changes..... But you can buy a HBA like dell H200 and plug in 8 drives. I'm no expert, but there are plenty of HBA, even for more drives, and with port multipliers the amount of hard drives you can connect grows. For example, Petabytes on a budget: How to build cheap cloud storage, they use only 4 sata cards and 9 multipliers to connect 45 drives
  3. ok, thanks a lot. Don't know why but I only found info about satamaxports and something in hexadecimal
  4. Running system (baremetal) with 1.02b loader and DSM 6.2-23739 System: Supermicro X8sil-f with 6 Sata ports xeon x3440 8 GB RAM rdimm Dell h200 HBA in IT mode 8 sata ports I tried sataportmap=68 and a lot of combinations more, but it doesn't work. Right now I have 8 disks connected, 4 to mono and 4 to H200. I wanna connect 6 more. Can someone explain me or send me a link on how to achieve this???
  5. I bought a microserver G8 and updated it to 1270v2 and 8GB RAM in total. Running esxi with various vms like DSM & windows/linux with passive cooling. No need active cooling. DSM works very well, but only running PMS and download station....
  6. o incluso fallo de placa base....
  7. Hi With the information you give I can't help you, but maybe if you give some more information.... 1.- Why another usb (loader)? As far as I remember it's the same 2.- Remove all HDD and boot and enter bios. unselect ASUS logo screen. Is there any error on screen? (maybe it's trying to boot from a hdd and not from usb) 3.- Download MD5 file for the .pat you downloaded and check it 4.- Remove all connections from motherboard, everything, from fans to power cord including RAM, unplug the button battery and wait at least 10 minutes. then plug back the battery (and the mininum cables, memory, etc) and do a clear cmos. Then boot the computer again, configure bios and try again. The info is there, but you don't know how to see it (if the hdds are ok, of course). You can mount the disk in a linux machine and do a backup. My recommendation would be: Buy a 4/5/6TB external usb disk to do backup and burn a cd with some live linux on it. Copy data to the external usb hdd and then try to reload the dsm....
  8. The model I tried is Kingston SA400 128GB, so, not compatible..... I'm gonna try a AV400 as for AndreyATGB seems to work
  9. Hi! Is it possible to run xpenology with a M.2 adapter? Being the speeds much more high than ssd I suppose it would be a great improvement.
  10. Hi I'm trying to find information about SSD cache. I installed 2x128GB Kingston ssd and they are incompatible with ssd cache. I think there is a HCL for ssd cache but I can't find it. So here are my questions: 1.- Is there any HCL out there? 2.- Is it worth it? 3.- Someone has a ssd working that is not in the HCL? 4.- Is it possible to run a M.2 adapter, something like Synology's M2D17?
  11. Some original Synology hardware runs on ARM as the raspberry pi. So there must be possible. But when comparing specs about Raspberry pi and the hardware that xpenology users have (there are a lot of G7/8 micro servers and Asrock mini-it boards) the difference is huge. In my opinion the major advantages of penology are the apps and raid. In a raspberry there is almost impossible to run a raid and various apps at the same time. The main problem regarding this issue is that running synology OS on a raspberry pi is another project than XPenology. From what I know, you must get the source and compile it for the ARM the raspberry pi has (there are a lot of ARM chips), and that is far beyond my skills. So, to keep it simple: no, it's not possible
  12. Jun's loader: 1.02b Supermicro X8SIL-F Intel XEON X3440 4C/8T 8GB RAM DELL H200 PERC card 4x2TB RAID 5 Btrfs 3x4TB RAID 5 Btrfs DSM 6.1.6-15266 Update 1 UPS APC 700VA
  13. 1.- Enable ssh in DSM web UI 2.- ssh to our DSM (in Mac/linux - ssh user@dsm_ip, from windows putty or similar) 3.- cd /usr/syno/etc/packages 4.- sudo cp feeds feeds.old 5.- edit feeds with vi, nano or similar (remember sudo before nano feeds) delete line add text below save & exit text to add: [{"feed":"http://packages.synocommunity.com/","name":"Synocommunity.com"},{"feed":"https://www.cphub.net","name":"https://www.cphub.net"},{"feed":"http://cytec.us/spk/","name":"http://cytec.us/spk/"},{"feed":"http://jaspr.kastner.wtf/","name":"http://jaspr.kastner.wtf/"},{"feed":"http://packages.jdel.org/","name":"http://packages.jdel.org/"},{"feed":"http://packages.page81.net/","name":"http://packages.page81.net/"},{"feed":"http://packages.pcloadletter.co.uk/","name":"http://packages.pcloadletter.co.uk/"},{"feed":"http://spk.diablos-netzwerk.de/","name":"http://spk.diablos-netzwerk.de/"},{"feed":"http://spk.naefmarco.ch/spkrepo/packages","name":"http://spk.naefmarco.ch/spkrepo/packages"},{"feed":"http://spk.nas-mirror.de/spkrepo/packages","name":"http://spk.nas-mirror.de/spkrepo/packages"},{"feed":"http://spk.synologyitalia.com/","name":"http://spk.synologyitalia.com/"},{"feed":"http://syno.dierkse.nl","name":"http://syno.dierkse.nl"},{"feed":"http://synology.acmenet.ru/","name":"http://synology.acmenet.ru/"},{"feed":"http://www.hildinger.us/sspks/","name":"http://www.hildinger.us/sspks/"},{"feed":"https://synology.cambier.org/","name":"https://synology.cambier.org/"},{"feed":"spk.unzureichende.info/","name":"spk.unzureichende.info/"},{"feed":"synology.sysco.ch","name":"synology.sysco.cht"},{"feed":"http://spk.netzbaer.de","name":"http://spk.netzbaer.de"},{"feed":"http://synorepo.tk","name":"http://synorepo.tk"},{"feed":"https://get.filebot.net/syno/","name":"https://get.filebot.net/syno/"},{"feed":"synology.nzbusenet.com","name":"synology.nzbusenet.com"}] PS1: If you wanna edit the text, after feed add the address of the repo you want to add. After name, put the name of the repo added before. Remember insert a comma between repos and everything is in the same line. I think is easy to understand, if you have problems put your repo and I'll add it.
  14. endormmc

    DSM 5 vs DSM6

    Hola Si el nas tiene acceso desde el exterior DSM6, sin lugar a dudas. Esta actualizado. Si no se puede acceder a el desde internet y te da igual no tener las ultimas novedades, pues si quieres el dsm5. De todas maneras el proceso de hacer el usb no es complicado, pide ayuda que para eso esta el foro. Así de memoria, te comento: 1.- Saber PID y VID, es relativamente sencillo : http://xpenology.me/how-to-see-the-valu ... pid-stick/ 2.- Montar imagen para cambiar valores de PID y VID, quizás mas complicado pero a mi entender no tanto. Yo utilizo el OSFmount de passmark. Seleccionas la imagen y te la monta como una unidad mas de windows. Buscas el archivo, lo abres con notepad, lo editas, lo guardas y ya esta 3.- Pasas la imagen a pendrive 4.- Arrancas con el usb, seleccionas install (si este falla "force install") 5.- A partir de aqui los pasos son los mismos que en DSM5 EDIT: Acabo de ver que un compañero lo ha explicado mucho mejor que yo, vuelve al foro principal y busca una entrada que pone "Tutorial: Migrac/Instal DSM 5.2/6.0 - (NO VM-BAREMETAL) "
  15. Se puede ver VID y PID desde windows, OSX y linux, aquí te dejo un enlace: http://xpenology.me/how-to-see-the-valu ... pid-stick/ Esta web esta muy bien, pero esta anticuada, pero aun así hay unos cuantos howtos (cambiar MAC, como preparar un pendrive, etc)