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  1. fswcr1

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Your post count maybe too low to add images? Have you tried adding a disk group and then adding the volume after that? Anyone have this problem? The option to create new volume is greyed out. This is a drive that was a volume2 before with the DSM5.2. I could try formatting the drive in an external and then sticking it in the system but I would lose the data on it. Just wanted to find out if anyone else had this issue? I am sure there is a way to go in CLI and mount or change some setting so storage manager will see this. I figured out the problem. When upgrading from 5.2 to 6.0 and keeping the partition format in tact (ext4), I needed to modify the synoinfo.conf file. Edited /etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf Changed "supportraidgroup=yes" to "support_syno_hybrid_raid=yes". This allowed me to create a new volume with my 8TB drive.
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    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Your post count maybe too low to add images? Have you tried adding a disk group and then adding the volume after that? Anyone have this problem? The option to create new volume is greyed out. This is a drive that was a volume2 before with the DSM5.2. I could try formatting the drive in an external and then sticking it in the system but I would lose the data on it. Just wanted to find out if anyone else had this issue? I am sure there is a way to go in CLI and mount or change some setting so storage manager will see this.
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    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    I should have posted my motherboard specs. I have a GA-B150M-D3H. I dont think there are two separate SATA controllers? If there is, then maybe my problem is the SataPortMap=6?
  4. fswcr1

    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    I checked but I do not have an option to add disk group. What is the minimum posts I have to have in order to attach images?
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    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    I wanted to post some pictures but I get the error that this board has exceeded its quota for attachments. So my system sees all the disks in Storage Manager. The 8TB drive is initialized and in an unused state. When I go to create a volume, the "Create" is greyed out not letting me create a new volume and add the 8TB drive to the system. Otherwise, everything else works great!
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    DSM 6.1.x Loader

    Hello! I have DSM6.0.2 with the updates working on my bare metal installation. I have 4 disks (Raid5), one SSD 128GB (SSD Cache), and one 8TB which was just for backup purpose. In the grub file, I put 6 drives for sataportmap. I see all the drives but can not add the 8TB as a separate volume (Volume 2). When I go to the storage manager, the "Create" under volume is greyed out. Is there something I am missing? I am not sure which ram version I am using in the boot disk.
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    Working DSM 6

    Since I cant upload, I wanted to state the DSM version I am running. I installed with "DSM_DS3615xs_7393.pat" file which gives you DSM 6.0.1x7393. I then performed update to DSM 6.0.1x7393 Update 2. I dont seem to be able to move to 6.0.2x8451 versions of DSM and that is probably due to the boot disc.
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    Working DSM 6

    Hello! This is my first post. I want to thank Oktisme and others that have contributed. I hope this helps anyone that wants to move away from a VM and onto a stand-a-lone system. I dont seem to be able to upload any photos or ISO file to the board. Maybe you can PM and I can send it through Gmail. I was able to get DSM6 working on an Intel Nuc (D34010WYK). Here are the steps I followed: 1) Use Oktisme xpen boot disc and start in "install" mode. 2) Use "Synology Assistant" to find the device and open the web gui 3) Clean install using the "DSM_DS3615xs_7393.pat" file (The migration part has never worked for me from any older versions of DSM) Some modifications I made to get this to work without keyboard needed on the device: I modified the boot disc so that it always selects "Install" mode. I used an ISO image editor and modified the "ISOLINUX.CFG" file. If you want to use "btrfs" format for your volume, you will notice it will say "crashed". I created an auto-mount script that gets launched at bootup to fix this issue. Here is the code for the script: #!/bin/sh mount /dev/vg1000/lv /volume1 I have not yet upgraded my current server to the newest version of DSM yet because I really dont want to destroy 8TB of data on a RAID5. I have played with the Intel NUC from the first Xpenology release to Oktisme's version and havent seen a degraded or crashed volume yet. That doesnt mean it wont happen though. My operational server is a GIGABYTE GA-B150M-D3H GSM, i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, 4x4TB drives, running 5.2x5644 stable. Anyone installed on a GIGABYTE motherboard yet?