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  1. Hello. After the system was restored, the cache disappeared. Unsuccessfully switched to a new version which did not work .... What can you do about it? There are disks with cache, but the system does not connect them ... . . . ash-4.3# cat /proc/mdstat Personalities : [linear] [raid0] [raid1] [raid10] [raid6] [raid5] [raid4] md2 : active raid5 sda3[5] sdd3[4] sde3[3] sdc3[2] sdb3[1] 7794770176 blocks super 1.2 level 5, 64k chunk, algorithm 2 [5/5] [UUUUU] md1 : active raid1 sda2[0] sdb2[1] sdc2[2] sdd2[3] sde2[4] sdf2[5] sdg2[6]
  2. I used two used Samsung EVO 256 GB SSDs as SSD Cache for about one year and a half. Now DSM notified me about the SSDs estimated lifetime reaching end. When looking at the values of my SMART tests I am unsure what to believe. As far as I know DSM predicts the lifetime based on the Wear_Leveling_Count. However when comparing the SMART values those two SSDs makes it unclearer for me. DSM reports this SSD is OK, although the "raw value" is way higher than the limitthreshold whereas this SSD should be replaced So is there a possib
  3. My curiosity to look for further applications for my Xpenology NAS led me to lancache, which enables content (such as games, windows and mac updates) that was downloaded once from the Internet to be available locally (via my NAS) the second time and save internet bandwidth. Further information regarding lancache can be found here: http://lancache.net However, since I already have a Pihole (tracking and advertising blocker) in use, I had to find a way to let them communicate with each other. In order to save resources, I decided against operating the Lancache in a virtual machine and using
  4. Hi, guys, Just a simple question, I'm thinking of buying 2xSSD sata for the passthrough at xpenology. I just want to make sure that the SSD cache also works with sata disks and not just NVME disks. Thank you & Sorry if the question has already been asked. ------------ DSM version: 6.2.2-24922 Update 4 Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.04b - DS918+ Using custom extra.lzma: No Installation type: VM - UNRAID 6.8.3 (Before ESXI 6.7u3) Disks : 3x4To + 2x6To Controllers : LSI SAS2308 IT mode + Intel Corporation Can
  5. Hello, community! Thank you in advance for your interest I'm new in this environment, I knew a part of the basic knowledge of xpenology. What I have in mind : Build a NAS powerful, more than 2gb/s. 10Gbps and Raid 10 for safety. So, I have thought about 12 IronWolf 4TB. Also, some SSD for cache (I really don't want a slow NAS). My first's questions : Can be possible to use my future NAS xpenology like a DAS too? What MB will I need? (With how many SATA ports? Because I don't really know how PCI controllers are working) Wi
  6. I bought this card and a 960EVO NVMe to use as cache. I'm not finding any info on compatibility and NVMe cache via expansion cards.... Can anyone point me in the right direction?