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  1. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior to update: DSM 6.2.1-23824U6 - Loader version and model: Jun v1.03b - DS3615 - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: VM - ESXi 6.7 on HP Gen8
  2. Downloaded the HP-AMS v2.50 app from Package Centre using the 4sag spk server but does not run on 6.2.1 update 6. Be really useful if this can be patched 🤞
  3. So I think I have gotten to the bottom of this. I bought a £20 Syba PCI-E SATA Controller from Amazon thanks to their same day delivery: https://amzn.to/2SAF3ev. Installed that into my GEN8 and connected my SSD which has ESXI and the Datastore into that, before it was connected to the blue ODD port and the bios SATA controller settings where set to legacy mode so I could boot from the ODD. Anyway I then in my BIOS i changed the SATA controller back to AHCI mode and set the PCI-E Sata Controller to boot so ESXI (installed on the SSD) would boot from that. Everything booted up fine. Fired up my Xpenology VM then connected to one of my shares by SMB and started to copy a 16GB file and it maxed out flat at 115MB/s and didn't drop out once. File was copied in just a couple of minutes. Happy days
  4. So I was testing the throughput more today. If I mount a SMB or AFP share and attempt to sent a 5GB file to the server it starts off transferring at 80MB/s then within 10 seconds the throughput plummets down to around 4MB/s, sometimes it will just hang and the transfer will just stop and then randomly resumes again. Only thing I could think was I set the Sata controller to legacy mode. I had to do this so I could boot my ESXI from the spare ODD port. Maybe if I shift it over the a sata controller and set back to AHCI that could improve things.
  5. ESXI is installed onto a SSD drive which it boots from plugged into the internal sata port. i have no lsi cards.
  6. Does anyone experience any real slow down accessing their DSM when trying to log into the WEBUI when you have stuff copying to a share. I noticed that I copy stuff to a share then trying to access the WEBUI everything just becomes super slow. Does this happen to anyone else? My setup is HP GEN8 running ESXI 6.5 U2 with RDM.
  7. Great thanks. I am guessing you had to map the new drive again as it will have a new serial number and delete the mapping of the old drive.
  8. - Outcome of the update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2-23739 Update 4 - Loader version and model: Jun's Loader v1.03b - DS3615xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: VM - ESXi 6.5 on Dell R710 - Additional comments: No Reboot Required
  9. It wasn't really answered so i ended up rebuilding my server but I guess it can be closed.
  10. No idea. I got fed up so decided to rebuild using ESXI.
  11. My filesystem is ext4 so that command won't work. When I do the last few steps to resize the filesystem it doesn't expand it - it remains unchanged. This is what I get: Here is the full output from what I did:
  12. Not really but I know the NC360T works as others have used it. I no longer use mines now as I now run Xpenology on ESXI.
  13. This is what you need: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HP-NC360T-Dual-Port-Gigabit-NIC-PCI-E-Server-Adaptor-PCIE-HALF-Height-Card-SFF/221815587146?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
  14. Hey guys I am trying this on another VM which I can't seem to make it work and I am seeing the same problems as muchgeil1 did. I am running 6.2.1 on Juns 1.03b bootloader using ESXI. I am trying to expand my storage from 2TB to 3TB which has been set in ESXI. When I try step 9 to Inform lvm that the physical device got bigger it says this: but /dev/md2 is there when I do df -l: If I do sudo vgdisplay nothing appears. If I run vgdisplay as non root I get this: When I stop services and start the fdisk stuff you can see the 3TB there: Any ideas? I think it could be because you can't use a 3TB since the disk type is Dos?