Macelskie

After a few hours, the Baremetal NAS is no longer accessible on the network.

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After I always had problems getting my Asrock itx j3455 to work with all possible combinations, I was able to install it with 6.2.3 without problems.

 

Unfortunately the server is always unavailable in the network after a few hours. I can't ping it anymore and services like Homebridge are not available, too.

 

After unplugging and rebooting everything is available again for a few hours. In total it always takes about 8 minutes until DSM is found in the network.

What can I do to localize the error? I would be very grateful for any help. 

 

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Unfortunately the folder does not exist in the root directory. 

 

I tried the following steps without success:

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Activate the SSH service in DSM

Connect to your Synology with an SSH client (e.g. putty)

Enter your credentials (user: admin)

Change folder to root (cd /)

Delete the folder (sudo rm -r .xpenoboot)

Is there anything else I can do?

 

 

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Did you look for it with "ls -la /.xpenoboot"

 

The leading period is the syntax that hides the folder from a regular directory display.

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I tried the user "admin", my normal account and the command "sudo su", but I only see the following directory content.

 

Am I doing something wrong?

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Nope, the offending file is gone.  Have you rebooted your NAS since completing the items in post #3?  Is the issue still happening?

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The error occurred again afterwards - yesterday evening the NAS was available for about 5 hours and this morning it was not.

I have now removed my second network card once and deleted all known devices in the DHCP server, I would like to exclude that it was caused by the additional Intel Pro network card.

Can I try anything else?

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