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  1. Hi, I would like to know how I can move my App Disk from 120GB to 500GB Disk. So what I mean is that i have the @appstore on the 120GB with all packages installed. Now i want to move this to my new 500GB Disk. What is the best method for this please. Thanks
  2. Hi All, I’ll try and be thorough with what I did to get the best possible advice to resolve this issue. My DS412+ died the other day. I had an old PC (ASUS P5Q motherboard) with plenty SATA ports so decided to build a custom system with XPE hoping to migrate the four DS412+ disks into it. The last know DSM version on my real DS based off an email I received back in January 2019 about automatic update to DSM 6.2.1-23824 Update 4. (Don’t know how accurate that is) I downloaded the XPE tool v1.4.2. I used bootloder 1.03b and DSM 6.2 23739 Bios settings were configured and USB vid/ pid and MAC address updated to grub file. To see if it worked I installed a blank 150GB SSD into SATA port 6 and bootloader USB and successfully installed XPE DS3615xs. I then shut it down and installed the 4 DS412+ disks into SATA ports 1-4. I left the the 150GB SSD there too. (Possible 1st Mistake) When it booted again I select the first option default option baremetal with Jim’s mod. (Possible 2nd Mistake) When the system came back online I was prompted with a migrate option DS412+ to DS3615xs. I chose migrate with settings and then hit install. After it rebooted it defaulted back into the first bootloader option but never came back online, it wasn’t even on the network, waited over an hour. I re-imaged USB bootloader again and this time I removed the 150GB SSD and started again. This time I got a recovery message, I proceeded with the only option to recover, again it rebooted but never came back online. After comments on the Facebook group, I re-imaged the USB bootloader again and restarted the process, this time selecting the second bootloader option “reinstall” I was again prompted to recover and reboot but, still wouldn’t come back online. I then used Ubuntu Live CD to see if I could mount the volumes, and I pleased to say I can and I can see all my files. I’m planning to backup the 10TB of data while I have the chance and maybe start all over. But I would really like to just import these 4 disks into a XPE build. Any suggestions, can I just wipe the DSM partition via Linux and start fresh. What are my options? Any help advice would be much appreciated :)
  3. So I have been trying to migrate from a DS3615XS with Jun's loader 1.02b to DS918+ and Jun's loader 1.04b. I have a baremetal Asus Z170M Plus which has an Intel I219V NIC. Posts by other users say that this is a compatible NIC. My NAS is being picked up by the Synology app and web service, it is listed as a 918 and migratable, Jun's loader appears to load fine. I have tried using a manual install of PAT 6.2 and 6.21. I am getting the error message, 'Failed to install file. The file is probably corrupted (13)'. I know this is often an error in your PID or VID so I have attached screenshots of my PID/VID and Grub file. I have also tried downloading the latest PAT direct to the device, and receive an error message, 'Failed to download the DSM installation file. Please check the network connection and try again (46)'. I think there might be a clue here. Right now I have probably blown away my DSM installation, I was getting desperate so I tried a fresh DSM install migration (formatting DSM, but keeping your data).
  4. I have a very old but stable 5.0 installation , and thinking about to upgrade it to 6.1 or 6.2 if it is stable. Unfortunately I did not find any guide which describe the process from this old version. My xpenology store more data what I able to backup, so need I need a safe way how to migrate it to a higher version of DSM. I appreciate if somebody give me a summary of the tasks.
  5. Hallo, Ich bräuchte Hilfe bei meinem Projekt. Da meine DS414 mit 4 mal 3TB im SHR Verbund, da der Speicherplatz ueberlaeuft muss sie noch mehr Speicher haben. Da ich noch viele Computerbauteile habe, möchte ich noch eine weitere DS3615 aufbauen. Mir geht es so, dass die Daten auf HDD übertragen werden müssen. Es sind immerhin 8,5 TB. Wie sieht es aus mit dem SHR-Verbund? Hab hier mal das DS3615 kein SHR Verbund bei der Installation gebildet. Die Hardware Zusammenfassung ist nicht das Problem nur wie die Migration aus? Auf der DS414 ist die Version 6.1.7-15284 instaliert. Eine DS3615 hab ich mir vor 6 Monate aufgebaut. Sie Dient als Backup und läuft mit 8 mal 2TB im R.A.I.D. 5. Auf der DS3615 ist die Version DS3615xs_15266 instaliert
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