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Trying to fetch DSM 6.0> on a DS1010+

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Hello Everyone,

 

I'm writing here because I tried to upgrade my DS1010+ to various different DSM releases (based on DS1511+ which is still supported by Synology).

The only one that got 100% working was 6.0 ... I mean, everything higher than this release seems to end up with these problems :

  • No more informations regarding CPU/RAM in the WebUI widget
    • System monitor refuses to open with an error message
  • Volumes are not available thru WebUI ... but connecting with SSH seems to be fine to access them
  • /var/log LOGs seem to contain some informations (see at the bottom of this POST)

 

NB1 : DS1511+ and DS1010+ are pretty similar :

  • CPU : Intel ATOM D510 (1.6Ghz) vs Intel ATOM D525 (1.8Ghz)
  • RAM : same (1GB ; Max 3GB)
  • HDD slots : same (5)
  • LAN ports : same (2)

 

NB2 : Major fact :

  • BIOS are the same on DS1010+ and on DS1511+

 

 

It seems that something is related to scemd or manutil parts which are likely to provide system informations, LED/button controls, etc ...

As XPenology people must have more knowledge than me on these subjects, I'm asking some help.

 

Thanks

 

 

/var/log/messages

07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: RSDP 00000000000f9db0 00014 (v00 ACPIAM)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: RSDT 00000000bf690000 0003C (v01 041610 RSDT1824 20100416 MSFT 00000097)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: FACP 00000000bf690200 00084 (v01 041610 FACP1824 20100416 MSFT 00000097)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: DSDT 00000000bf690440 06848 (v01  1AAAA 1AAAA000 00000000 INTL 20051117)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: FACS 00000000bf69e000 00040
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: APIC 00000000bf690390 0006C (v01 041610 APIC1824 20100416 MSFT 00000097)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: MCFG 00000000bf690400 0003C (v01 041610 OEMMCFG  20100416 MSFT 00000097)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: OEMB 00000000bf69e040 00072 (v01 041610 OEMB1824 20100416 MSFT 00000097)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: HPET 00000000bf69a440 00038 (v01 041610 OEMHPET  20100416 MSFT 00000097)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] ACPI: GSCI 00000000bf69e0c0 02024 (v01 041610 GMCHSCI  20100416 MSFT 00000097)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] Zone ranges:
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000]   DMA      [mem 0x00001000-0x00ffffff]
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000]   DMA32    [mem 0x01000000-0xffffffff]
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000]   Normal   empty
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] Movable zone start for each node
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] Early memory node ranges
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000]   node   0: [mem 0x00001000-0x0009efff]
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000]   node   0: [mem 0x00100000-0xbf68ffff]
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] Built 1 zonelists in Zone order, mobility grouping on.  Total pages: 773178
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] Internal HD num: 0
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] Internal netif num: 2
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] Synology Hardware Version: DS1010+-j
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.000000] Serial Number: XXXXXXXXXX
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.025533] ACPI: All ACPI Tables successfully acquired
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.200354] raid6: sse2x1   gen()   113 MB/s
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.221200] raid6: sse2x1   xor()   701 MB/s
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.242332] raid6: sse2x2   gen()   390 MB/s
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.263218] raid6: sse2x2   xor()  1220 MB/s
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.284260] raid6: sse2x4   gen()   746 MB/s
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.305199] raid6: sse2x4   xor()  1365 MB/s
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.310006] raid6: using algorithm sse2x4 gen() (746 MB/s)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.315005] raid6: .... xor() 1365 MB/s, rmw enabled
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.320005] raid6: using ssse3x2 recovery algorithm
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.349297] ACPI: Executed 1 blocks of module-level executable AML code
07:58:10+02:00 Synology umount: can't umount /initrd: Invalid argument
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    0.795763] ACPI: Enabled 2 GPEs in block 00 to 3F
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    4.302499] bounce pool size: 64 pages
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    4.315046] Dquot-cache hash table entries: 512 (order 0, 4096 bytes)
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [    8.922004] ata7: limiting SATA link speed to 1.5 Gbps
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   10.952470] ata8: limiting SATA link speed to 1.5 Gbps
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   13.657788] pineview_synobios: module license 'Synology Inc.' taints kernel.
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   13.665042] Disabling lock debugging due to kernel taint
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   13.671402] 2018-10-8 5:58:2 UTC
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   13.678963] Brand: Synology
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   13.681809] Model: DS-1010+
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   13.684642] set group disks wakeup number to 5, spinup time deno 1
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.231480] synobios: unload
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.293311] md: invalid raid superblock magic on sda5
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.298378] md: sda5 does not have a valid v0.90 superblock, not importing!
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.343542] md: invalid raid superblock magic on sdb5
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.348610] md: sdb5 does not have a valid v0.90 superblock, not importing!
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.421316] md: invalid raid superblock magic on sdc5
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.426384] md: sdc5 does not have a valid v0.90 superblock, not importing!
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.480543] md: invalid raid superblock magic on sdd5
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.485603] md: sdd5 does not have a valid v0.90 superblock, not importing!
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.573768] md: invalid raid superblock magic on sde5
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.578830] md: sde5 does not have a valid v0.90 superblock, not importing!
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.600089] md: sda2 has different UUID to sda1
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.607881] md: sdb2 has different UUID to sda1
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.615672] md: sdc2 has different UUID to sda1
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.623453] md: sdd2 has different UUID to sda1
07:58:10+02:00 Synology kernel: [   14.631246] md: sde2 has different UUID to sda1
07:58:10+02:00 Synology s30_synocheckuser: s30_synocheckuser.c:383 The number of cron command fields is invalid! iNum=1
 07:58:10+02:00 Synology s30_synocheckuser: s30_synocheckuser.c:383 The number of cron command fields is invalid! iNum=1
 07:58:13+02:00 Synology s30_synocheckuser: SYSTEM:   Last message 's30_synocheckuser.c:' repeated 1 times, suppressed by syslog-ng on Synology
07:58:13+02:00 Synology synoservice: synoservice.c:1575 pause gcpd due to require service cupsd runkey is stop
07:58:13+02:00 Synology root: mkcert: Verifying certificate in [/usr/syno/etc/certificate/system/default].
07:58:14+02:00 Synology [   26.196924] init: syno-auth-check main process (4892) killed by TERM signal
07:58:14+02:00 Synology synonetd: net_if_is_link.c:40 Cannot get link status: No such device
07:58:14+02:00 Synology synonetd: net_if_is_link.c:119 get link status failed on eth0
07:58:15+02:00 Synology synonetd: net_if_is_link.c:40 Cannot get link status: No such device
07:58:15+02:00 Synology synonetd: net_if_is_link.c:119 get link status failed on eth0
07:58:17+02:00 Synology kernel: [   28.118915] 2018-10-8 5:58:17 UTC
07:58:17+02:00 Synology kernel: [   28.126611] Brand: Synology
07:58:17+02:00 Synology kernel: [   28.129523] Model: DS-1010+
07:58:17+02:00 Synology kernel: [   28.132405] set group disks wakeup number to 5, spinup time deno 1
07:58:22+02:00 Synology interface-catcher: eth0 (dhcp) is added
07:58:22+02:00 Synology interface-catcher: eth1 (dhcp) is added
07:58:22+02:00 Synology interface-catcher: lo (inet 127.0.0.1 netmask 255.0.0.0 ) is added
07:58:23+02:00 Synology dhcp-client: started on eth0
07:58:25+02:00 Synology dhcp-client: started on eth1
07:58:25+02:00 Synology kernel: [   37.093378] md: md2: current auto_remap = 0
07:58:25+02:00 Synology kernel: [   37.097682] md: md2: flushing inflight I/O
07:58:26+02:00 Synology kernel: [   37.107718] md: resync of RAID array md2
07:58:26+02:00 Synology spacetool.shared: spacetool.c:3088 [Info] Old vg path: [/dev/vg1000], New vg path: [/dev/vg1000], UUID: [cU8wIS-uckM-eUmu-rW07-nG21-fFyk-tUfDiy]
07:58:26+02:00 Synology spacetool.shared: spacetool.c:3095 [Info] Activate all VG
07:58:26+02:00 Synology spacetool.shared: spacetool.c:3106 Activate LVM [/dev/vg1000]
07:58:26+02:00 Synology spacetool.shared: spacetool.c:3149 space: [/dev/vg1000]
07:58:26+02:00 Synology spacetool.shared: spacetool.c:3175 space: [/dev/vg1000], ndisk: [5]
07:58:27+02:00 Synology [   38.143177] init: dhcp-client (eth0) main process (8242) killed by TERM signal
07:58:27+02:00 Synology dhcp-client: stopped on eth0
07:58:27+02:00 Synology dhcp-client: started on eth0
07:58:27+02:00 Synology spacetool.shared: hotspare_repair_config_set.c:36 Failed to hup synostoraged
07:58:27+02:00 Synology synovspace: virtual_space_conf_check.c:78 [INFO] "PASS" checking configuration of virtual space [FCACHE], app: [1]
07:58:27+02:00 Synology synovspace: virtual_space_conf_check.c:74 [INFO] No implementation, skip checking configuration of virtual space [HA]
07:58:27+02:00 Synology synovspace: virtual_space_conf_check.c:74 [INFO] No implementation, skip checking configuration of virtual space [SNAPSHOT_ORG]
07:58:27+02:00 Synology synovspace: vspace_wrapper_load_all.c:76 [INFO] No virtual layer above space: [/volume1] / [/dev/vg1000/lv]
07:58:29+02:00 Synology dhcp-client: eth0 get new IP 172.16.0.200/24
07:58:29+02:00 Synology synocheckhotspare: synocheckhotspare.c:149 [INFO] No hotspare config, skip hotspare config check. [0x2000 virtual_space_layer_get.c:98]
07:58:31+02:00 Synology synocheckiscsitrg: iscsi_snapshot_repair.c:177 opendir(/volume1/@Snapshot) failed, err=No such file or directory
07:58:32+02:00 Synology syno_hdd_util: Model:[ST2000DL003-9VT166], Firmware:[CC32], S/N:[5YD544N3] in [/dev/sde] is not ssd
07:58:32+02:00 Synology syno_hdd_util: Model:[ST2000VN004-2E4164], Firmware:[SC60], S/N:[W524SLDS] in [/dev/sdd] is not ssd
07:58:32+02:00 Synology syno_hdd_util: Model:[ST2000DL003-9VT166], Firmware:[CC32], S/N:[6YD0YDBQ] in [/dev/sdc] is not ssd
07:58:32+02:00 Synology syno_hdd_util: Model:[ST32000542AS], Firmware:[CC34], S/N:[5XW0D3BQ] in [/dev/sdb] is not ssd
07:58:32+02:00 Synology syno_hdd_util: Model:[ST2000DM001-1CH164], Firmware:[CC29], S/N:[Z1E7AGT3] in [/dev/sda] is not ssd
07:58:32+02:00 Synology synobackupd: (9856) [err] command_server.cpp:341 add watch to [/usr/local/share/synobackup] failed
07:58:32+02:00 Synology dhclient: eth0 emit network ready event
07:58:32+02:00 Synology kernel: [   43.965951] sd 8:0:0:0: [synoboot] Asking for cache data failed
07:58:32+02:00 Synology kernel: [   43.971951] sd 8:0:0:0: [synoboot] Assuming drive cache: write through
07:58:32+02:00 Synology kernel: [   43.981467] sd 8:0:0:0: [synoboot] Asking for cache data failed
07:58:32+02:00 Synology kernel: [   43.987490] sd 8:0:0:0: [synoboot] Assuming drive cache: write through
07:58:32+02:00 Synology kernel: [   44.091744] sd 8:0:0:0: [synoboot] Asking for cache data failed
07:58:32+02:00 Synology kernel: [   44.097765] sd 8:0:0:0: [synoboot] Assuming drive cache: write through
07:58:33+02:00 Synology dms: nginx_deploy.cpp:579 Failed to open share memory, No such file or directory
07:58:33+02:00 Synology dms: nginx_deploy.cpp:579 Failed to open share memory, No such file or directory
07:58:33+02:00 Synology dms: nginx_deploy.cpp:579 Failed to open share memory, No such file or directory
07:58:34+02:00 Synology dms: SYSTEM: Last message 'nginx_deploy.cpp:579' repeated 4 times, suppressed by syslog-ng on Synology
07:58:34+02:00 Synology manutild: manutild.c:2866 /.start_manutild not exist, finish manutild
07:58:35+02:00 Synology root: mkcert: Verifying certificate in [/usr/syno/etc/certificate/system/default].
07:58:36+02:00 Synology synoiscsiep: iscsi_start_all.cpp:96 Successfully started iSCSI service.
07:58:37+02:00 Synology [   48.338429] init: iscsi_pluginserverd main process (11090) terminated with status 255
07:58:37+02:00 Synology [   48.346650] init: iscsi_pluginserverd main process ended, respawning
07:58:37+02:00 Synology [   48.551428] init: iscsi_pluginserverd main process (11141) terminated with status 255
07:58:37+02:00 Synology [   48.560002] init: iscsi_pluginserverd main process ended, respawning
07:58:48+02:00 Synology [   60.191923] init: smbd main process (11308) killed by TERM signal
07:58:50+02:00 Synology synoiscsiep: iscsi_stop_all.cpp:110 Terminated all lunbackup processes.
07:58:50+02:00 Synology synoiscsiep: iscsi_stop_all.cpp:162 Successfully stopped iSCSI service.
07:58:50+02:00 Synology synocheckiscsitrg: iscsi_snapshot_repair.c:177 opendir(/volume1/@Snapshot) failed, err=No such file or directory
07:58:54+02:00 Synology synocheckshare: synocheckshare_vol_unmount.c:147 Unmount Share [INTERNAL] [/dev/vg1000/lv] [/volume1]
07:58:57+02:00 Synology umount: Kill the process "dms" with /volume1/@appstore/MediaServer/sbin/dms.
07:58:57+02:00 Synology umount: Kill the process "lighttpd" with /volume1/@appstore/MediaServer/sbin/lighttpd.
07:58:57+02:00 Synology umount: Kill the process "dms" with /volume1/@appstore/MediaServer/synovte.
07:58:57+02:00 Synology umount: kill the process "dms" [pid = 10082] using /volume1/@appstore/MediaServer/sbin/dms
07:58:58+02:00 Synology dhclient: eth1 emit network ready event
07:58:59+02:00 Synology dnsdsm: Check failed. H
07:58:59+02:00 Synology synousbdisk: RCClean succeeded
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1304 ##### ACTION:add
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVNAME:sda
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVGUID:Z1E7AGT30
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVPATH:sda
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SUBSYSTEM:block
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: PHYSDEVPATH:/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.2/ata1/host0/target0:0:0/0:0:0:0
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1400 ==== SATA disk [sda] hotswap [add] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: disk/smartctl_enable.c:99 open /dev/sda failed.
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SmartFirmAndSerialRead(146) open device /dev/sda fail
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1418 SmartFirmAndSerialRead failed
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1421 ==== SATA disk [sda] Model: [ST2000DM001-1CH164      ] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1422 ==== SATA disk [sda] Serial number: [] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1423 ==== SATA disk [sda] Firmware version: [] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1304 ##### ACTION:add
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVNAME:sdb
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVGUID:5XW0D3BQ0
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVPATH:sdb
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SUBSYSTEM:block
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: PHYSDEVPATH:/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.2/ata2/host1/target1:0:0/1:0:0:0
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1400 ==== SATA disk [sdb] hotswap [add] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: disk/smartctl_enable.c:99 open /dev/sdb failed.
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SmartFirmAndSerialRead(146) open device /dev/sdb fail
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1418 SmartFirmAndSerialRead failed
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1421 ==== SATA disk [sdb] Model: [ST32000542AS            ] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1422 ==== SATA disk [sdb] Serial number: [] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1423 ==== SATA disk [sdb] Firmware version: [] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1304 ##### ACTION:add
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVNAME:sdc
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVGUID:6YD0YDBQ0
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVPATH:sdc
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SUBSYSTEM:block
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: PHYSDEVPATH:/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.2/ata3/host2/target2:0:0/2:0:0:0
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1400 ==== SATA disk [sdc] hotswap [add] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: disk/smartctl_enable.c:99 open /dev/sdc failed.
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SmartFirmAndSerialRead(146) open device /dev/sdc fail
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1418 SmartFirmAndSerialRead failed
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1421 ==== SATA disk [sdc] Model: [ST2000DL003-9VT166      ] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1422 ==== SATA disk [sdc] Serial number: [] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1423 ==== SATA disk [sdc] Firmware version: [] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1304 ##### ACTION:add
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVNAME:sdd
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVGUID:W524SLDS0
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVPATH:sdd
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SUBSYSTEM:block
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: PHYSDEVPATH:/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.2/ata4/host3/target3:0:0/3:0:0:0
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1400 ==== SATA disk [sdd] hotswap [add] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: disk/smartctl_enable.c:99 open /dev/sdd failed.
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SmartFirmAndSerialRead(146) open device /dev/sdd fail
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1418 SmartFirmAndSerialRead failed
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1421 ==== SATA disk [sdd] Model: [ST2000VN004-2E4164      ] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1422 ==== SATA disk [sdd] Serial number: [] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1423 ==== SATA disk [sdd] Firmware version: [] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1304 ##### ACTION:add
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVNAME:sde
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVGUID:5YD544N30
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: DEVPATH:sde
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SUBSYSTEM:block
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: PHYSDEVPATH:/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.2/ata5/host4/target4:0:0/4:0:0:0
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1400 ==== SATA disk [sde] hotswap [add] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: disk/smartctl_enable.c:99 open /dev/sde failed.
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: SmartFirmAndSerialRead(146) open device /dev/sde fail
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1418 SmartFirmAndSerialRead failed
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1421 ==== SATA disk [sde] Model: [ST2000DL003-9VT166      ] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1422 ==== SATA disk [sde] Serial number: [] ====
07:59:01+02:00 Synology hotplugd: hotplugd.c:1423 ==== SATA disk [sde] Firmware version: [] ====
07:59:02+02:00 Synology serv-bootup-timeout.sh: all service finish boot up.
07:59:02+02:00 Synology synofstool: volume_fs_cache_dump.c:38 [Info] NO volume exists, skip generate fstab
07:59:02+02:00 Synology root: == DSM 6.0 8754-0 finished boot up ==
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sda fail
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sda fail
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sdb fail
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sdb fail
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sdc fail
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sdc fail
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sdd fail
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sdd fail
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sde fail
07:59:30+02:00 Synology sk: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sde fail
08:00:25+02:00 Synology kernel: [  157.147156] perf interrupt took too long (2519 > 5000), lowering kernel.perf_event_max_sample_rate to 50000
08:00:30+02:00 Synology sk: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sda fail
08:00:30+02:00 Synology sk: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sda fail
08:00:30+02:00 Synology sk: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sdb fail
08:00:30+02:00 Synology sk: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sdb fail

 

/var/log/scemd.log

19:31:08+02:00 Synology syno_scemd_connector: scemd_connector/scemd_connector.c:133 Fail to sendto() for scemd connector client.
19:31:09+02:00 Synology syno_scemd_connector: scemd_connector/scemd_connector.c:133 Fail to sendto() for scemd connector client.
19:31:13+02:00 Synology syno_scemd_connector: scemd_connector/scemd_connector.c:133 Fail to sendto() for scemd connector client.
19:31:15+02:00 Synology syno_scemd_connector: SYSTEM:    Last message 'scemd_connector/scem' repeated 2 times, suppressed by syslog-ng on Synology
19:31:15+02:00 Synology scemd: event_handler.c:291 event handler thread 139921202009856 created
19:31:15+02:00 Synology scemd: event_handler.c:98 Fail to sendto() for scemd event handler client.
19:31:15+02:00 Synology scemd: show_module_type.c:35 fan_type=6, raid_type=1, led_type=3, thermal_type=2, diskled_ctrl_type=1, auto_poweron_type=1, dual_power_type=1, usbcopy_type=0, fan_number=1, eunit_pwron_type=2, pis_type=0, rtc_type=3, lcm_type=2, wifi_wps_type=254
19:31:16+02:00 Synology syno_scemd_connector: scemd_connector/scemd_connector.c:133 Fail to sendto() for scemd connector client.
19:31:43+02:00 Synology scemd: fan_config_get.c:46 Type: INTERNAL Fan Mode: LOW
19:31:43+02:00 Synology scemd: cpu_frequency_handler.c:75 glob cpu gover fail
19:31:43+02:00 Synology scemd: manage_services.c:497 hw polling thread 139921185224448 created
19:31:43+02:00 Synology scemd: manage_services.c:497 disk led ctrl thread 139921109022464 created
19:31:43+02:00 Synology scemd: manage_services.c:497 scemd connector thread 139921100629760 created
19:31:43+02:00 Synology scemd: scemd_connector.c:150 scemd connector thread start.
19:31:43+02:00 Synology scemd: manage_services.c:497 led ctrl thread 139921092237056 created
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sda fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sda fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sdb fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sdb fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sdc fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sdc fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sdd fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sdd fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sde fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sde fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: SmartDataRead(102) open device /dev/sda fail
19:31:46+02:00 Synology scemd: disk/disk_temperature_get.c:75 read value /dev/sda fail
...
2018-10-07T19:31:47+02:00 Synology scemd: fan_config_get.c:46 Type: INTERNAL Fan Mode: LOW
2018-10-07T19:31:47+02:00 Synology scemd: raid_sys_volume_check.c:164 MD0 active disks 5, designed disks 5
2018-10-07T19:31:47+02:00 Synology scemd: raid_sys_volume_check.c:164 MD1 active disks 5, designed disks 5
2018-10-07T19:31:47+02:00 Synology scemd: polling_hibernation_timer.c:1194 Hibernation enable, idle minutes 20
...
2018-10-07T19:33:17+02:00 Synology scemd: manutild_ip_check.c:40 stop manutild.
...
2018-10-07T19:53:58+02:00 Synology scemd: disk_xml.c:352 Error: Failed to get firmware and SN of /dev/sda
2018-10-07T19:53:59+02:00 Synology scemd: fan_config_get.c:46 Type: INTERNAL Fan Mode: LOW
2018-10-07T19:53:59+02:00 Synology scemd: fan/fan_table_type_disk_temperature_ops.c:69 Get temperature failed
2018-10-07T19:53:59+02:00 Synology scemd: fan/fan_table_type_disk_temperature_ops.c:69 Get temperature failed
2018-10-07T19:53:59+02:00 Synology scemd: fan/fan_table_type_disk_temperature_ops.c:69 Get temperature failed
2018-10-07T19:53:59+02:00 Synology scemd: SYSTEM:   Last message 'fan/fan_table_type_d' repeated 4 times, suppressed by syslog-ng on Synology
2018-10-07T19:53:59+02:00 Synology scemd: fan/fan_table_type_disk_temperature_ops.c:220 Invalid Disks temperature -1
2018-10-07T19:53:59+02:00 Synology scemd: fan/fan_config_table_lookup.c:175  <disk_temperature> Temperature Get fail
2018-10-07T19:53:59+02:00 Synology scemd: cpu_frequency_handler.c:75 glob cpu gover fail
2018-10-07T19:54:03+02:00 Synology scemd: event_handler.c:291 event handler thread 139903537268480 created
2018-10-07T19:54:03+02:00 Synology scemd: show_module_type.c:35 fan_type=6, raid_type=1, led_type=3, thermal_type=2, diskled_ctrl_type=1, auto_poweron_type=1, dual_power_type=1, usbcopy_type=0, fan_number=1, eunit_pwron_type=2, pis_type=0, rtc_type=3, lcm_type=2, wifi_wps_type=254

 

 

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😁 Except the fact that this model (DS1010+) is not made to support anything higher than DSM 5.2 Update 8.

This is why I'm looking for a solution here 😉

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It seems to me unlikely to help you unless you decide to make xpenology 😀

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Hum I agree on that, except the fact that I just started investagating DSM contents and structure.

 

As XPenology seems to work with versions above 6.0, I'm quite sure it already experienced such problems like the one I'm facing.

By the way, I'm pretty sure the workaroung is easy (maybe copying files from DSM6.0 to the one I want to install), except the fact that I don't know the software/hardware protections that are contained in DSM starting on the problematic version I'm facing.

 

Good thing to know : All versions up to 6.2.1 seems to have the same behavior, so resolving 1 problem on 1 version ... might resolve all problems for all versions and that is a good pain point that can be killed.

 

Do you have some knowledge about this ?

I'm willing to have new ideas to try on my actual environment.

 

Good thing on my side : I own a DS1010+ but I have access to a DS1511+ too, so maybe I have all I is needed to resolve this damn thing for me and others with Synology NASes that are not supported any longer but can work perfectly fine with new DSM updates.

 

 

Thanks for yout time anyway.

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Hum ... I did not understand what you said.

 

Does that means : I won't help you because you're not helping XPEnology ?

 

If that is the case ... then it is too bad unfortunately ☹️

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I meant that in this forum discuss xpenology only, and not the synology hardware products and their problems with the support.

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Ah ok, I understand that, and actually this is not a Synology support related problem ... hum not really at least :)

What I'm trying to achieve is something pretty similar to XPEnology : putting DSM on unsupported hardware.

Unsupported hardware can be server H/W ... or Synology's products (which are not supported any logner) right ? ;)

 

I'm quite sure that when XPEnology has been made, the case I'm facing has been encountered.

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37 минут назад, simkard сказал:

Unsupported hardware can be server H/W ... or Synology's products (which are not supported any logner) right ?

The old hw is very likely to not work with the latest versions of the DSM, no matter who is the manufacturer of it.

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DS1010+ and DS1511+ are identical in terms of H/W.

Only exceptions are :

  • CPU (Intel ATOM D510 vs D525) : just a matter of Mhz
  • eSATA port config

Why shouldn't they be compatible so ? :) 

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@simkard Please do not post multiple threads about the same topic, I have deleted your other thread.

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il y a 1 minute, Dfds a dit :

@simkard Please do not post multiple threads about the same topic, I have deleted your other thread.

Sorry, When I created it I wanted to move here, but I couldn't using the thread options I had ... my bad. :) 

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4 minutes ago, simkard said:

Sorry, When I created it I wanted to move here, but I couldn't using the thread options I had ... my bad. :) 

No problem, for future reference you can message myself or one of the other moderators to get the thread moved.

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19 минут назад, simkard сказал:

Why shouldn't they be compatible so ?

I have already said that only synology support can answer to your question. I haven't seen discussions about DS1010+ and DS1511+ hw on this forum.

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Olegin, I know that no one probably discussed such a thing here ... I'm just trying something that no one tried at all.

 

Like we say in French : "There is a beginning for everything" ... and here I'm trying to do so.

 

I think my problem is software dependant and not related to hardware here.

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14 минуты назад, simkard сказал:

Like we say in French : "There is a beginning for everything" ... and here I'm trying to do so.

If you want to begin, you can try to inatall 6.1(for example from 3516) on your DS1010+. Read  this

Edited by Olegin

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Hello All,

 

Just to inform you that I successfully installed latest DS 6.2.1 on my DS1010+ with everything running fine so far ... even automatic updates apply and run fine after reboot of NAS.

 

I managed to get this damn thing running and installing updates after some modifications.

Not publishing this method will allow me to keep the new updates running ... maybe I'll publish them when DSM 7.0 will be out and if I successfully manage to deploy it on my DS1010+.

 

 

Cheers

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