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Install XPEnoboot in a PowerEdge R710


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So the obvious way to get around this is to run vSphere Hypervisor 6 (ESXi) and RDM the SAS controller; not ideal as its cumbersome and every time you add a drive you have to then drop in to the manager to assign the hard drive to the Xpenology VM.

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Yeah I've asked there too. Do you have access to a second NIC card? I was going to try my dual intel one but then realised it was PCI not PCIe as that might be the most suitable workaround, unless you need the PCIe slots for something else. From what I've read the NICs worked fine in 5.1 but have been lost from the boot image in 5.2.

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I 've tried but it does not work because if you open the file : XPEnoboot_DS3615xs_5.2-5592.2.img find some files in between which there is zImage , which I think is the kernel , which I could not open in any way .

 

Perhaps the firmware must be inserted in the file DSM_DS3615xs_5592.pat .

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