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  1. Hi, I am an XPEnology user - my NAS is a Supermicro X9SCL-F-0 with a Xeon 1230v2 and 16GB RAM. Pretty much overkill for a simple Synology DiskStation, no? I have two storage controllers - the onboard Cougar Point 6 and an LSI 9112-4i SAS controller. I was using all 6 of the SATA ports on the Cougar Point controller for a RAID-10 array using WD 2TB Green drives (a mixture of EARS, EZRXs, etc.). I had the intention of using the LSI controller to use for running ESXI 6 to host virtual machines. Anyway, I already had this NAS going and all my data was stored to it. Although I h
  2. Hi, I installed IceFilms on my Synology DiskStation NAS using the .bundle file acquired from the GitHub repository. I wrote a blog post on how to do it. If anybody's intested, please check it out: http://blog.averyfreeman.com/2015/03/installing-icefilms-channel-on-your.html
  3. Hi, Thanks for all the help everyone, I really appreciate it! I sure am loving XPEnology so far. Glad I managed to run across it on the FreeNAS site
  4. Hello, I am new to XPEnology -- I just set it up on a bare-metal Supermicro X9SCL-F-O with a Xeon E3-1230V2, 16GB ram and 6x 2TB WD Green drives (various models) DSM is reporting my 4-core (8-thread) E3-1230V2 as an i3-4130 2-core. GHz are the same (3.3). Does anyone know why it's doing this, and is it normal? Is it not utilizing the other 2 cores of the processor? (or does this really make a difference?) Thanks!