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  1. After wracking my brain for the New Years weekend and scouring both Xpe and Proxmox forums, I finally got IOMMU pass-through working for my LSI card. (Pay attention to the little details guys!!! The code goes on one line, one line!!!! It isn't delineated line by line. /rant) Prior to the PT fix, Proxmox was showing all of the 7 drives installed on the LSI PCI card. After pass-through obviously not as the Xpenology VM is accessing. However, upon logging into DSM I'm seeing some weird behavior and I don't even know where to begin so maybe someone has seen this before and can point
  2. Hi, I managed to get ds3215 installed with DSM 6.2.2 and working fine on ESXI. Problem is, I can't seem to pass through my LSI 2008 so I could access the SAS drives on my vm. In storage manager, it only shows my bootloader and VMware virtual drives, not the physical SAS drives. I tested passing through the same LSI card to Freenas VM and Xubuntu VM and it works just fine. Yes, the LSI is flashed into IT mode. Help please...
  3. Hi, I found these forums cause this was one of the only links I could find to my problem on google. Basically the same issue but I have mine plugged into x16 slots on two different gaming systems and they're not being detected at all. do you think this is a bios issue or is something else going on with these cards? I only have one server to test them which i plan to do to see if they'll be recognized.. The bios sees the card I can see it in the uefi, but i see no boot loader or any other detection when the computer boots like i've seen with other sas cards, and i'm
  4. Hi Everybody, Thanks to Xpenology to cake that project real. I wish share my build specs with you. It's based on un 8th gen processor and it was made for a Large capacity of storage. Motherboard : Gigabyte B360M-HD3 (i must have 2 pci-e 16x slot for raid card and 10Gbps card) Ram : 16Go 2666Mhz DDR4 - Ballistic CPU : Intel I5-8400 3.4Ghz @ 4.0Ghz Case : Fractal Design Node 804 with 2 HDD 3.5 add homemade mod (not very good visualy but work ) PSU : Antec High Current Gamer HCG-650W Gold PLUS HDD : 12 x Seagate 3TB Deskto
  5. So I have a i5-750 on gigabyte ga-p55a-ud3 (rev 1.0) with 16gb of ram. I currently have 3x8tb, 3x4tb, and 2x500g ssd, attached to it. I added an LSI 9211-8i (in it mode) and when I booted it the ram is now only 8gb and cannot and drives attached to the lsi controller are not recognized by DSM, but are seen by lsi bios. I have tried tireleshsly to fix this but cannot. PLEASE HELP.
  6. Very new to this, my first attempt. Motherboard Gigabyte F2A75M-D3H (AMD) LSI LSI SAS9201-16i fw 19.00.00.00-IT (HBA) Jun's 1.02b loader Synology "model" DS3615xs DSM DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update 5 (had update 1 before) The motherboard has 6 SATA ports (i think it's a 4+2 setup). I can see all ports on the motherboard and all connected drives (5 drives) On the HBA I currently have 8 drives (with room for 8 more). However no matter what I do, DSM will only see the first 6 slotted drives (normally drive 1-6), When I remove drive 1, it will still see 6 drives,