harmon

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  1. Hi, This is a continuation of some ancient threads: http://xpenology.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4080 http://xpenology.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1848 I like to reopen this topic because, from my point of view, the most relevant limitation using virtualization for runninng XPEnology is the lack of smart monitoring Si, I propose a new solution for SMART monitoring using ESXi. Yes, using Physical-RDMs is possible to read SMART values! So the only problem is enable this funtion in XPEnology. --- First, read these two pages: 1) FlexRAID using ESXi: http
  2. Hi, Excuse me for duplicate posting (viewtopic.php?f=2&t=5026&start=1670#p51762). I only like to request for include all LVM drivers. These are missing at time: dm-log.ko; dm-region-hash.ko; dm-mirror.ko Thank you!
  3. I hope soon SSD support is added! This is a must have!
  4. Hi, I'm in the same point: After the xhci support we need the driver for AX88179 devices (99.99% of all USB 3.0 Gigabit Ethernet Nics are based on this chip). So, please, add this driver to the XPE! I suggest to create a shared repository with KERNEL drivers not included in the release. It's very easy to copy the .ko file to the install directory and enable it in the boot. Someone likes this?
  5. Proces on UK are... Here, I found G7 for 140€ and G8 for no less than 299€ (regular prices around 400€). Anyway, I prefer AMD over Intel because the limitation in the MAX RAM. I hope HP will release soon Microserver G9 with AMD CPUs.
  6. Hi, Please, think on this: - Price of G7 N54L is 1/3 than Gen8, so you can purchase THREE G7 instead of one G8. - You can add ALL memory that you like on G7: 2x8GB of RAM. My opinion is that HP has done a big mistake changing from AMD to Intel in the Microserver line: All Intel chipset have artificial limitation about RAM.
  7. Hi, I repeat: forget USB DVB-S2 devices!!! http://www.amazon.de/Smart-Satelliten-R ... B00DILS7JY 55 Euro, DVB-S2 (1 tuner) SAT>IP server... working 24/7 from several months. Less expensive that a USB DVB-S2 receiver, and without the problem of drivers... SAT>IP is a PROTOCOL, and don't need DRIVERS. Belive me: NO MORE USB DVB-S2 DEVICES, NEVER MORE!
  8. Hi, When a package of drivers for DSM 5.0 (or 5.1 beta)?
  9. Hi, Forget to use PCI or USB DVB tuners. Upgrade to next level: SAT>IP servers! You can purchase devices with 4 DVB-S2 tuners for €120, or devices with 1 DVB-S2 tuner for €50 (Mirage CX STB). I run several of them with clients inside virtual machines. No difference between PCI/PCIe/USB devices except that you don't have any hardware troubles!