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  1. Sonnyboy666

    DSM 6.2 on DELL PowerEdge T30

    Hello, I am very interested in the new DSM 6.2 loader by Jun. I read the posts in the Developer section but i must admit that i am not a great linux specialist. So i am not undestanding erverything. Just a simple question: Is it possible to run DSM 6.2 with Jun's new 1.03a2 loader , baremetal, on a DELL PowerEdge T30 with an Intel Xeon E3-1225 v5, 4x 3.30GHz? LAN is an Intel i219. Thank you for your suggestions. Greetings, Sonnyboy
  2. Qi-Ze Huang

    Missing 5th drive in DVD caddy

    Hi everyone, Here I have Dell PowerEdge R415. I installed 4 HDDs in hard drive trays and 1 SSD in DVD caddy (taking original optical drive off). I booted it with Jun's loader, successfully installed DSM6.1.4 and built RAID 6 with 4 HDDs. At first, I hope to use SSD as cache. But DSM won't recognize SSD (5th drive) in DVD caddy. However, SSD's seen in BIOS. I logged into DSM's ssh console and checked dmesg. I found no messages related to fifth drive. Any suggestions? Related pictures are attached below. And dmesg log file is here: dmesg-log.txt Picture1 - SSD is connected through "SATA E" cable. Picture2 - SSD in DVD caddy Picture3 - The whole view of Dell PowerEdge R415