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Hallo Liebe Community Über Tante Google und eure Suche habe ich nichts gefunden, deswegen hier eine eigene Anfrage: Habe eine Box für mein HomeLab installiert welche so aufgebaut ist: 10x 4 TB HDD 2x 120 GB SSD 1x 256 GB PCIe SSD (M2) 2x 190GB SSD Nun habe ich via 10GB das ganze an meinem ESXi angeschlossen und die publizierten iSCSi Volumen gemountet. Aus einer VM aus habe ich folgendes gemessen: (Ziel war immer ein iSCSi Volumen auf der PCIe-SSD) Schreiben auf das iSCSI - Volumen -> 450MB/s Lesen vom gleichen V
Hello everyone. This is my first post, and i am not sure if i should be doing two topics or not... but here it goes. I am new to Xpenology, it's awsome how some of you clever boys and girls managed to get this firmware running on normal hardware, Synology sure is a powerful beast and i never touched in one due to it being too expensive, but i can see how powerful they are now... This being said, i am trying to find a solution where i can boot from my recently created iscsi drive, that contains a boot file, what i am trying to do is to create something like a diskless system where i can
Morning all Just getting round to trying to sort out some backups for my LUNs.. I chose Block Level LUNs (for VSphere), which means that my LUNs are not considered 'Advanced LUNs' by Synology.. Great.. Anyway, just wondered what the best way to back these up would be. I'm currently running Hyper Backup to back up one of the LUNs and it looks like would change the volume to 'file level' if it was restored. Again, great (not). I'm wondering if there's a way to do the following.. - any way to easily snapshot or backup the LUNs so that it doesn't change the dis