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Thanks @Jun for your great Update!

 

It works on my testing VM and updated successfully with 6.2 update 2.

 

Environment: Virtualbox 5.2.16, 2 vCPU, 4GB RAM, 2 e1000 NICs, all SATA devices (loader, DOM, data).

 

VM Cloned from 6.1.7 update 2 working VM (loader 1.02b), replaced with loader 1.03b and update grub.cfg (SN, MAC1, MAC2).

After boot up, click install and then choose 'upgrade and keep data' with official 6.2 pat file. Reboot take a bit time as per upgrading software.

Further update to 6.2 update 2 and reboot. It seems working fine.

 

 

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- Outcome of the installation/update: SUCCESSFUL

- DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2-23739 UPDATE 1

- Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.03b - DS3617

- Using custom extra.lzma: NO

- Installation type: BAREMETAL - HP Microserver GEN 8 - Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1220L V2 @ 2.30GHz 

- Additional comments: Blank install than updated

 

Very much appreciated @jun

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- Outcome of the installation/update: SUCCESSFUL

- DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2-23739 UPDATE 2

- Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.03b - DS3615xs

- Installation type: BAREMETAL - HP Microserver GEN 8 - Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1265L V2 @ 2.50GHz 

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ESXi 6.7 Not visible in LAN. Tried E1000E, VMXNET3, E1000. Did the trick with assigning MAC address in grub without any luck.

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6 minutes ago, zenfire said:

What trick with assigning MAC address in grub do you mean?

 

You should edit grub.cfg with the MAC address you're using in the network adapter on the VM.  See 

 (basically just mount synoboot.img with OSFMount and find/edit there)

 

The other option with ESXi is to edit your Virtual Switch in networking, enable Security->MAC address changes.  DSM will use the MAC address in grub.cfg for its network card, and not the one set in your VM config.  By default with ESXi this security setting is on, which will prevent it from getting on the network if there's a mismatch.  If you're going to use multiple XPEnology installs you'll need to change the MAC address anyway, so might as well.

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17 hours ago, 6688 said:

DSM6.2 Baremetal

Motherboard: N70E-DR V3

CPU: Intel 1037U

Ethernet: 2 Intel 82574L Gigabit

Memory: 4 GB

 

 

@6688 Please ensure that you post in English in future, I have edited this time.

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Thank you so much!

Works fine by bare metal, ivy bridge i3-3245.

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19 hours ago, CrazyCreator said:

 

Is there a specific reason why you switched from DS3615 to 6.2 DS3617?
I'm currently on the DS3615 and I'm a bit worried about my data when I switch to the DS3617.

 

 

Main reason is that the DS3617 is more feature rich like NFS 4.1 Multipath

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@hoppler and all the other guru's :)

So if all the tests are positive, then I can just start my running DS9615  (DSM 6.1) system with a DS9617-Loader and it is automatically adjusted / changed?

Or do I have to reinstall this completely?

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VirtualBox 5.2.16 with DSM 6.2-23739 clean install works Fine! Thanks!

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Hi jun,

 

Many thanks for your hard work!

 

1.03a2-kernel 4.4.59 vs 1.03b-kernel 3.10.105

 

why is that?

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I spent some time experimenting tonight, and I still can't get my disks starting at 1 with the 6.2 loader, either 3615 or 3617, with an LSI passed through in an ESXi 6.5u2 VM.

 

I noticed SasIdxMap=0 from grub.cfg doesn't actually come through on /proc/cmdline, which seems like it's trying to start enumeration at 0 for an SAS controller:

sh-4.3# cat /proc/cmdline
syno_hdd_powerup_seq=0 HddHotplug=0 syno_hw_version=DS3617xs vender_format_version=2 console=ttyS0,115200n8 withefi quiet root=/dev/md0 sn=XXXXXXXXXXXXX mac1=XXXXXXXXXXXX netif_num=1 synoboot_satadom=1 DiskIdxMap=0C SataPortMap=1

But, it doesn't come through on my 6.1.x VM with the same card either, and that correctly enumerates disks starting with /dev/sda.  Not sure what else to try.  I increased internalportcfg for now, but that's just a landmine on the next big update (I guess it's possible to include that in the jun.patch in extra.lzma though).

 

 

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Boots my Dell R720XD LFF just fine, no problems.  Upgraded OS to 6.2 and all is fine.

Works great!

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I'm new to both XPenology and DSM.  Just got Dell R720XD with dual 6 core CPU's (total of 12 cores, 24 threads) and I'm using Jun's 6.2 bootloader.  Everything seems to be working fine, but I just noticed that in Info Center it is only reporting 4 cores.  I'm assuming this is because the 3617 image is limited to 4 cores?  Install is bare metal.
Update: Just installed Virtual Machine Manager and it says the host has 6 cores and 16 thread (???) and 32 available vCPU's.  That's not confusing at all.

So now I'm kind of thinking that Info Center isn't actually looking at what is in the machine, but reporting a static string for what a 3617 should have?

Any thoughts?

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On 8/1/2018 at 1:00 PM, jun said:

I've uploaded a beta version of 3615/3617 loader to mega, please test and give your feedback.

 

Hi, with Proxmox 5.2-6 it is not working.

After the screen message "Screen will stop updating shortly,..." , I have the error "mount failed" in the serial console and nothing happens.

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- Outcome of the installation/update: SUCCESSFUL

- DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2-23739 UPDATE 1

- Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.03b - DS3615

- Using custom extra.lzma: NO 

- Installation type: BAREMETAL - ASRock QC5000M-ITX/PH (amd)

- Legacy bios

- upgrade 6.1 to 6.2

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I'd like create a new VM to test 6.2 with 1.03b, but I can found any vmdk for 6.1.

If I use the vmdk from 1.01, it will stop at boot, and cannot be detected in find.synology.com.

I have already set the boot option to BIOS, but still cannot boot.

 

Does it mean that the synoboot.img only work for 6.2?

So, I have to install 6.1, and then upgrade to 6.2, and replace the synoboot.img after upgrade?

 

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1 hour ago, Super169 said:

I'd like create a new VM to test 6.2 with 1.03b, but I can found any vmdk for 6.1.

If I use the vmdk from 1.01, it will stop at boot, and cannot be detected in find.synology.com.

I have already set the boot option to BIOS, but still cannot boot.

 

Does it mean that the synoboot.img only work for 6.2?

So, I have to install 6.1, and then upgrade to 6.2, and replace the synoboot.img after upgrade?

 

The vmdk just loads the img file. It runs in a VM for me in bios mode.

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Thank you very much for you Greatest work.

 

I tried to run 1.03b on VMware ESXi 6.7 with LSI 9300-8i(Host bus adapter, SAS3008, paththrough device).
Synology DSM 6.1.x with loader 1.02b (with custom extra.lzma produced by IG-88) can find LSI 9300-8i and connected SSDs, everything is OK.

But DSM web installer cannot find any devices at loader 1.03b.

I'm waiting for driver that support SAS3008.

 

Thank you.

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1 hour ago, staratlas said:

Thank you very much for you Greatest work.

 

I tried to run 1.03b on VMware ESXi 6.7 with LSI 9300-8i(Host bus adapter, SAS3008, paththrough device).
Synology DSM 6.1.x with loader 1.02b (with custom extra.lzma produced by IG-88) can find LSI 9300-8i and connected SSDs, everything is OK.

But DSM web installer cannot find any devices at loader 1.03b.

I'm waiting for driver that support SAS3008.

 

Thank you.

 

I'm sorry for my wrong infromation. I think 1.03b work fine on VMware ESXi 6.7 with LSI 9300-8i(Host bus adapter, SAS3008, paththrough device).

 

- Outcome of the installation/update: SUCCESSFUL

- DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2-23739 UPDATE 2

- Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.03b - DS3617xs

- Using custom extra.lzma: NO

- Installation type: Virtual Machine, vm version is 14, VMware ESXi 6.7, All storage device is connected to LSI 9300-8i(Host bus adapter, SAS3008, paththrough device).

- Additional comments: Update from 6.1.7 to 6.2

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16 hours ago, sarge said:

I'm new to both XPenology and DSM.  Just got Dell R720XD with dual 6 core CPU's (total of 12 cores, 24 threads) and I'm using Jun's 6.2 bootloader.  Everything seems to be working fine, but I just noticed that in Info Center it is only reporting 4 cores.  I'm assuming this is because the 3617 image is limited to 4 cores?  Install is bare metal.
Update: Just installed Virtual Machine Manager and it says the host has 6 cores and 16 thread (???) and 32 available vCPU's.  That's not confusing at all.

So now I'm kind of thinking that Info Center isn't actually looking at what is in the machine, but reporting a static string for what a 3617 should have?

Any thoughts?

Info Center reports what it expects on the intended hardware for the image and is not correlated to the actual CPU in the system.  That said I don't think you can use more than 8 cores in DSM, if you have HT and more than 4 cores, disable hyperthreading.

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