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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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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  • 3 weeks later...
30 minutes ago, Macelskie said:

Are there still things I can try?

 

does the system a manual shutdown and reboot properly from the webgui?

 

check the log's if you can see whats the last sign of the system being alive (/var/log/)

 

you can go to the control panel / hardware&power / hdd hibernation and disable disk hibernation and auto power off

 

did you check both network cards after x hours? also if related to network it should be visible in the log as the system still does logging in that case

 

also check for ram problems, some rescue linux iso's (can be booted from usb) have a ram test in boot menu

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  • 4 weeks later...
On 9/26/2020 at 8:09 PM, IG-88 said:

 

also check for ram problems, some rescue linux iso's (can be booted from usb) have a ram test in boot menu

Oh thank you very much for your last advice! All my problems were actually caused by a buggy Ram.

Since I replaced it, the NAS has been running perfectly. Thanks!

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