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  1. Hi, I have a successful and working install of DSM 6.2.3 (DS3615) using Jun's 1.03b Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) machines will NOT boot from an image (HDD) but will always boot from a CD image? VMM install went perfectly, all appears to be fine, all systems showing as functional. Test install of Win7 works flawlessly, but will not boot from the installed image (just hangs on Booting from hardisk.. message) (both under legacy BIOS and UFI). Transferred working image copied from the original ProxMox config (both in 2cow and vdi format) will not boot from
  2. Hi! Just discobered XPEnology after looking at Synology units for years but being unable to afford them so now a happy camper. I'm waiting for a free raid card from a friend (and possible a server to make a bare metal install on). Meanwhile I'm trying it out and playing around a bit and I've noticed an issue that confounds me a bit. At first I created 4 virtual disks of 5 GB each, in RAID 0 (should get close to full capacity) the available space was 1.2 GB, so 18 GB short, that's quite hefty. In my current install I had 3 virtual disks of 10 GB each. I know RAID 5 loses one disk to parit