RedPill - the new loader for 6.2.4 - Discussion


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We've got more progress notes. As with every update we have something big today too :)

 

Revamped loading schema
This seems like an implementation detail which isn't important at all. However, this change is a milestone in making the kernel module stable and robust.

Previously we went with a naive (but working!) method of simply throwing "insmod rp.ko" into the first bash file loaded after the kernel passes control to the user space. Well, it does work but it has many problems, which aren't obvious at first:

  • module loading is asynchronous (some things may overstep actions we take, especially on fast multicore CPUs)
    • this was responsible for rare but existing issue with synobios loading before we were able to shim some of its functions
  • some methods in the kernel aren't available
    •  dreaded issue https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/10 crashing many systems was the major reason pushing us to do this. For some reasons it was affecting mostly ESXi and KVM-accelerated QEmu (interestingly almost never affecting software emulation in QEmu, go figure) on Linux v4.
    • @jumkey@gadreel are the people we noted on GH but we remember many more posts in this thread.
  • things may already be too far gone to react to them
    • If you remember our previous post we had a "gotcha" with SATA-based booting. In essence the some/all drives were already probed and ready before we could even think about loading a kernel module. We solved this with virtually unplugging set drives and replugging them. Neat, but wouldn't it be nice to not do it? Well, now we can ;)


We had to get creative here. We knew that Jun's loader used to somehow load very early. From what we found we assumed it's some kexec trickery. Reading the kernel init process, starting from init/main.c which is probably one of the first files Linus Torvalds created (and which to this day carries the date of 1991 :)). The file contains a curious hint - a call to "load_default_modules()" which does only a single call to "load_default_elevator_module()". Connecting the dots with the Jun's "elevator" boot parameter and more digging in the kernel we figure out that we can not only load much earlier but more importantly do it while the kernel is still in its init stage (explained below). The kernel essentially ASKS us to load the RedPill module - what an irony, isn't it?


So how does that trick work?!
Loading kernel modules is complex. However, in short there are two distinct ways for them to load: from userspace or from kernel space. The latter is kind of misleading since the kernel, after doing some checks, calls /sbin/modprobe to actually load the module (see `kmod.c`). This path is hardcoded in the kernel. Usually it's a symlink to a kmod utility which uses userspace syscalls to load the module.

 

Here comes the less-intuitive part. RedPill LKM is loaded on the kernel's request. It happens because we specify the `elevator=elevator` boot param. This causes kernel to, very early in the boot process (in fact still being in the formal init-before-boot stage), request module named "elevator-iosched". There's nothing special in that name - it can be anything as long as the userspace and cmdline agree on the name. Our [fake `modprobe`](config/_common/iosched-trampoline.sh) checks (very loosely) if the requested module is `elevator-iosched` and triggers the standard force-insmod, then deletes itself. Keep in mind that our "modprobe" isn't actually overriding anything - preboot environment contains no `modprobe`as it has no concept of depmods (=modprobe would be useless).

 

Using I/O scheduler loading method over insmod-ing it in init allows us to load the LKM much earlier. While by itself it has advantages of simply being faster, it also carries another **very important** advantage: I/O scheduler, as mentioned earlier, is loaded during init stage. This means we can safely call methods which are marked with `__init` and potentially removed after init finishes.

 

So, you just added a file, right with a correct name?
Well, not quite, but this is the exact question someone asked internally seeing the commit in the load repo :D
Many things actually exploded as we assumed they are available. So the majority of the changes were actually in the kernel module itself. We described them below.

 

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All changes below were a direct prerequisite to make the module load as I/O scheduler, and this is why it took a significant amount of time:

 

Kernel cmdline/boot params rewrite
From the beginning the cmdline sanitization functionality relied more-or-less on /proc subsystem. We already had issues with /proc not being mounted and had to switch to internal VFS lookup during https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/11 but loading as I/O scheduler opened a different can of worms. While /proc/cmdline is considered to be "always available", it is only true in the user space. Cmdline entry is initialized.... just after the I/O scheduler. Because of this we had to completely change how we replace the cmdline. It's less pretty but as robust as before.


SATA boot device shimming
Addressing VMWare folks we developed the SATA boot shim. It's much simpler than the USB one but it has many more edge cases. Loading the LKM as I/O scheduler uncovered another one: we're most likely loaded before SCSI sd driver. This is literally the first driver in the system which is loaded (as it's required on most of the systems to access the rootfs disk). However, now the module loads so early that we are there quicker than the driver itself. We added another edge case to it to listen for the driver loading and intercept it as it loads (which is actually cleaner and faster).
Of course, we kept all 3 methods (loading before driver, loading after driver but before disks, loading after driver and after disks). We can highly recommend reading the file comment for https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/blob/master/shim/boot_dev/sata_boot_shim.c


Fix mfgBIOS disk LED control race condition on 918+
Normally LEDs are controlled by sending an ioctl to mfgBIOS (if it exists). We replace the methods in synobios to capture and respond to these request. However, there's another edge case which happens only when the drives load just milliseconds slower than expected and land squarely DURING our mfgBIOS shimming. This will break a very special case in the mods syno did to the kernel.

 

On some platforms the kernel is used as a middle man to "translate" /dev/sdX entries to SCSI channels/hosts. In essence only the kernel knows which sdX is which physical SATA port. During disk detection the modified driver attempts to set LEDs state from WITHIN the kernel and forces an ioctl to mfgBIOS. If it's not ready yet it will end up a kernel panic half of the time. We fixed that by additionally shimming the custom syno kernel API. Since this doesn't always happen on our test systems don't be surprised if the LED shimming log entries appear in your log only sometimes.

 

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Smaller yet noteworthy changes:

 

Single serial port operation on 918+!
Yes, finally! Since the horrible issue 10 https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/10 is now fixed we are confident to switch the 918+ platform to always use ttyS0. This means two things: 1) you can boot with a single serial port and not deal with switching, and 2) we will be able to debug on bare metal (because even a single COM is a luxury now).

 

execve() shimming is considered stable
After many iterations and multiple people reporting crashes in https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/3 we can say that part of the module is now stable. We know as soon as we put this in writing someone is gonna break it :lol: If that happens we will have to rewrite a part of it in assembler and we want to avoid it like fire.

 

Fix RTC proxy for "some" days of the month
It turns out the RTC proxy was working reliably ONLY during the last day of each month. See https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/15

 

Dynamic version string
To make communication with people testing RedPill easier we decided to add a pseudo-version string to the kernel module. Now when the code is compiled it will check the last commit in the repo and embed its hash in the code. This means that you can see the version in at least four places:

  • modinfo redpill.ko
  • During initialization (e.g. RedPill v0.5-git-abcdef loading...)
  • When it crashes (e.g. RedPill v0.5-git-beefaa cannot be loaded...)
  • During unloading (e.g. RedPill v0.5-git-faaff unloading...)

 

Automatic panic on error
The loader will now deliberately halt the system when a serious error occurs. This should significantly improve debugging and bug reporting where something didn't work but it was missed as there were more logs covering it and the system "seemed" to work. Along with this we also increased the dmesg/printk buffer so that more logs are available in verbose boot mode (which was especially a problem in Linux v4 where syno set a smaller-than-default buffer).

 

Dev tools
We shared some dev tools which weren't previously in the repo (but as random files on our servers). They're ugly and most likely buggy but hey, they work (probably). These include, as of now, three utilities:

  • make_all in LKM repo - let's you mass-build the LKM for all variants we have now
  • inject_rp_ko in LKM repo - automates injection of RP LKM to an already built image
  • rebuild_all in LOAD repo - rebuilds all versions (usually we call it after make_all)

These utilities have no guarantees and may break any moment. They should not be used for any automation.

 

Documentation update

  • RTC docs are now available
  • More details about PMU<>kernel interaction
  • Serial muting (e.g. on 918+) has now its own page

 

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On 8/18/2021 at 5:39 AM, scoobdriver said:

I’m seeing the same issue still I’m afraid.  Esxi 6.7 ds3615xs 

We saw on GH that it's fixed now. Thank you for testing!

 

On 8/18/2021 at 6:31 AM, gadreel said:
  ApolloLake 7.0 Error Log (Reveal hidden contents)

Aug 17 22:17:26 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (ha_dummy_ocf/PromoteBegin) = 5bfd7437657591952f30360fed3accc059187c322f50ec3f17dedf026b908796
Aug 17 22:17:26 synocodesign: ha_dummy_ocf/PromoteBegin: OK
Aug 17 22:17:26 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (synohamessaged-update) = ce9ca8d7e0fc492f73218a297ad0f6769acd7bdc597e5568644df55927d347b9
Aug 17 22:17:26 synocodesign: synohamessaged-update: OK
Aug 17 22:17:26 install.cgi: RemoveUpgradeFile: Remove /tmpData/upd@te.pat...
Aug 17 22:17:26 install.cgi: Verify checksum of [/tmpData/upd@te]...
Aug 17 22:17:27 install.cgi: Pass checksum of /tmpData/upd@te...
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:6751 Start of the updater...
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:3211 orgBuildNumber = 41890, newBuildNumber=41890
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: util/updater_util.cpp:86 fail to read company in /tmpRoot//etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:7029 ==== Start flash update ====
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:7033 This is X86 platform
Aug 17 22:17:27 kernel: [  162.861105] ext2: synoboot2 mounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:27 kernel: [  162.864426] synoboot2 unmounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:27 kernel: [  162.873126] ext2: synoboot2 mounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:27 kernel: [  162.875378] synoboot2 unmounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:27 kernel: [  162.885159] ext2: synoboot2 mounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:27 kernel: [  162.888309] synoboot2 unmounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:7049 The SynoBoot partitions exist.
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:4056 SYNORedBootUpdCheckAndApply(4056): Skip bootloader update, no uboot_do_upd.sh exists
Aug 17 22:17:27 kernel: [  162.897682] ext2: synoboot2 mounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:539 fail to backup images. cp -f /tmp/bootmnt/zImage /tmpData/synob@ckup
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:607 checksum generated by [/bin/grep -i zImage checksum.syno >> /tmp/checksum.syno.tmp]
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:636 file [zImage] is being copied to [/tmp/bootmnt]
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:644 file [/tmp/bootmnt/zImage] process done.
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:607 checksum generated by [/bin/grep -i rd.gz checksum.syno >> /tmp/checksum.syno.tmp]
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:636 file [rd.gz] is being copied to [/tmp/bootmnt]
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:644 file [/tmp/bootmnt/rd.gz] process done.
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:607 checksum generated by [/bin/grep -i grub_cksum.syno checksum.syno >> /tmp/checksum.syno.tmp]
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:636 file [grub_cksum.syno] is being copied to [/tmp/bootmnt]
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:644 file [/tmp/bootmnt/grub_cksum.syno] process done.
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:627 file [/tmp/bootmnt/hda1.tgz] is being removed
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:644 file [/tmp/bootmnt/hda1.tgz] process done.
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:627 file [/tmp/bootmnt/updater] is being removed
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:644 file [/tmp/bootmnt/updater] process done.
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:627 file [/tmp/bootmnt/VERSION] is being removed
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:644 file [/tmp/bootmnt/VERSION] process done.
Aug 17 22:17:27 updater: updater.c:654 checksum file updated by [/bin/cp -f /tmp/checksum.syno.tmp /tmp/bootmnt/checksum.syno]
Aug 17 22:17:27 kernel: [  163.326742] synoboot2 unmounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:32 kernel: [  168.338105] ext2: synoboot2 mounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:33 kernel: [  168.389988] synoboot2 unmounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:33 kernel: [  168.400498] ext2: synoboot1 mounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:33 kernel: [  168.401868] vfat: synoboot1 mounted, process=updater
Aug 17 22:17:33 updater: updater.c:913 open /tmp/bootmnt/EFI/boot//SynoBootLoader.conf failed
Aug 17 22:17:33 updater: updater.c:968 This model does not contain KPTI config and skip conversion
Aug 17 22:17:33 updater: updater.c:1177 Failed to update KPTI config
Aug 17 22:17:33 updater: updater.c:6557 failed to update factory partition, retry 0

@ThorGroup

I do not see the error anymore. Your fix did work for me but during installation it does not post any message that it failed. It will stuck at 99% with the error log I am posting that opening SynoBootLoader.conf failed and failed to update KPTI config. (Apollolake 7.0)

 

EDIT2:

I tried with Apollolake 6.2.4 and it was a success.

 

EDIT3:

I tried with Bromolow 7.0.41222, it was a success.

That is a very strange bug. Can you confirm what version of the LKM you're running (it should print "RedPill v0.5-git-"
somewhere in the dmesg).

 

 

On 8/18/2021 at 1:02 PM, mcdull said:

I think barematel is not the best option for xpenology.

virtualization is very mature and safe enough to be used in production environment.  And it will create a lot less trouble when further development is required to support later version of DSM.  Yet the perfomance loss is very little.

 

We can definitely attest to that. Virtualization came a long way. We remember the times when it got that bad rep of being a performance killer. Nowadays, it's in the single digits percent points and sometimes may even be faster and utilize the hardware more (optimize memory paging, transparent compression, pages sharing etc). When paired with VirtIO drivers and a Linux OS it's amazing (less so with Windows but it's getting better as well).

 

From our perspective a passthrough controller + a good resources reservation is much more flexible than bare metal (especially when running on non-server hardware without IPMI).

 

 

On 8/18/2021 at 2:25 PM, BlaBla1973 said:

I'm using barematel for plex hardware transcoding. Is this possible using virtualization?

You can pass pretty much any external (and even some internal) devices connected over PCI(e). From our experience, ESPECIALLY if you're running on non-server or dated hardware, Proxmox has a way superior support for that in comparison to ESXi. If you prefer unRAID it's nice as well and uses a similar tech to Proxmox.

 

There are SOME platforms where you can "split" devices and share a part of it. But if you didn't buy it specifically for that or/and it isn't a server-grade equipment it's almost certain it will not work. If you want to google around it's called SR-IOV.

 

 

19 hours ago, mcdull said:

I installed 918+ DSM7.0, and added 6 SATA disks (virtual), and successful migrated a basic disk to 6 disks raid 5.

32GB x 6 = 131.5GB 

Adding to that: 918+, despite the graphics showing 4, supports 10 drives no problem. We didn't test more but up to 12 should be safe.

 

 

17 hours ago, ilovepancakes said:

Generated new image with latest redpill-load and saving of the boot option does not work still.

We were able to replicate that when we reset the VM instead of shutting down. On normal reboot it does work... this is very strange. Just to confirm: are you using ESXi? If you can can you drop an issue in the redpill-load repo?
https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-load

 

 

16 hours ago, T-REX-XP said:

Thanks for the update. It will be great when this tool chain will also include power buttons modules to the loader))

Teeechnicallly it can be added straight to the ramdisk and loaded. However, this isn't a sustainable solution as ramdisk has significant memory constrains (and boot time).

 

What we are planning is to allow loading of driver simply from a folder of .ko's with a user-defined list in user_config to not load literally everything. That way we can have a common repo with all drivers and their binary versions and a quick script downloading some/all of them. This way the community doesn't need to prepare 55 driver packs but rather we can have a simple JSON file listing files to download and put into loader image (but not the ramdisk).

 

 

14 hours ago, mcdull said:

I can hardly find any major issue on the new loader under proxmox.

Anyone starts using this as daily driver?

Someone is surely brave :D It's more stable now than even a week before but still we wouldn't recommend daily-driving it. At least not before the PMU is fully emulated because stuff like GPIO shim are just "nice to have" rather than "it must be there".

 

 

13 hours ago, mcdull said:

In old jun's loader, it is also related to cpu instruction set and cpu core assignment after a specific version.

i.e. intel gpu is required. Since I am using AMD it will NOT work anyway.

 

My hope is to support AMD machine type, e.g. DS1621+

The new Ryzen's are beasts and are great for poking around. When we stabilize the loader we will for sure look at something from the v1000 lineup.

 

 

7 hours ago, taiziccf said:

 

Since 0.5.3, i am getting this error with appololake 7.0 41890

 


DiskStation login: [  105.240719] random: nonblocking pool is initialized
[  149.122345] <redpill/rtc_proxy.c:37> MfgCompatTime raw data: sec=58 min=17 hr=2 wkd=4 day=19 mth=7 yr=121
[  149.125335] <redpill/rtc_proxy.c:95> Writing BCD-based RTC
[  149.127232] RTC time set to 2021-08-19  2:17:58 (UTC)
[  152.224158] md: bind<sdg1>
[  152.224657] md/raid1:md0: active with 1 out of 16 mirrors
[  152.226020] md0: detected capacity change from 0 to 2549940224
[  155.232955] md: bind<sdg2>
[  155.233801] md/raid1:md1: active with 1 out of 16 mirrors
[  155.235740] md1: detected capacity change from 0 to 2147418112
[  155.457248] EXT4-fs (md0): couldn't mount as ext3 due to feature incompatibilities
[  155.459884] EXT4-fs (md0): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: (null)
[  155.471937] <redpill/rtc_proxy.c:222> Got an invalid call to rtc_proxy_set_auto_power_on
[  155.475880] EXT4-fs (md0): couldn't mount as ext3 due to feature incompatibilities
[  155.478460] EXT4-fs (md0): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: (null)
[  155.491308] EXT4-fs (md0): couldn't mount as ext3 due to feature incompatibilities
[  155.493820] EXT4-fs (md0): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: (null)

 

Installation of VM will be failed at 55%.

image.png.6735db17e4c2ae3a11bb092adb5579d4.png

 

The same loader if used by existing configured DSM7 it will then boot correctly.

 

by the way 0.5.3 did not load virtio driver and 0.5.4 is loading correctly! bravo, thank you for the great work!

We will need a full log from dmesg and /var/log/messages. The error you have in the snippet isn't significant (it's fixed anyway) as your time updated from the internet.

 

 

4 hours ago, renyi said:

2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/lib/face_detection.cpp:214 Error: (face plugin) load network failed
2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so
2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/lib/face_detection.cpp:214 Error: (face plugin) load network failed
2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so
2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/lib/face_detection.cpp:214 Error: (face plugin) load network failed
2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so
2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/lib/face_detection.cpp:214 Error: (face plugin) load network failed
2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so
2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/lib/face_detection.cpp:214 Error: (face plugin) load network failed
2021-08-19T12:57:25+08:00 U820 synofoto-face-extraction[5952]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so

Do you have anything in dmesg? This looks like a binary crash due to CPU instructions. If that happened it will be logged in dmesg for sure.

 

 

3 hours ago, gadreel said:

Definitely,

 

find attached...

 

The key areas for me are, change bios to sea bios, machine (Q35 ~ if u choose i440fx I do not think there is difference), USB Controller to 3.0 (XHCI), the 1st disk is red pill image as usb and 2nd disk as a SATA, edit the virtio ethernet to e1000e and you can add 2 aditional serials (total 3) like mine to monitor the console using "virsh console (name of VM) serial2"

redpill.xml 4.85 kB · 22 downloads

It's recommended to use q35 for everything (not just here). It's a much newer platform and support a proper PCIe passthrough.

I see you're recommending changing VirtIO to e1000e - is the VirtIO broken on unRAID?

 

 

2 hours ago, renyi said:

scemd runs frequently, processing occupancy is high
/usr/syno/bin/scemd

Are you sure it's not indexing anything? scemd is a catch-all for various operations in DSM.

 

 

17 hours ago, haydibe said:

Been buisy with migrating my three ESXi cluster nodxs one by one to Proxmox. I still need to figure out how to migrate my existing ESXi boxes to Proxmos, especialy the one with the HBA controller in passthrough mode.

If you have any problems with passthru make sure you're using q35. If you're on something from HP you may have a problem with RMRR. Shoot us a PM if something - we went through good and bad with Proxmox many times :D

But you gonna be happy with the switch and the freedom of Debian base.

 

 

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@ThorGroup I think I wrote on another post or edited the on GH that with the latest docker I had no issue. Maybe I used a wrong repo which haydibe mentioned at his new release.

Regarding the virtio if it's broken. No it's not. Is just a habit from Jun's era to use e1000e. On my production DS918+ I am passing through an Intel 350 ethernet. I did not know they were performance issues using the e1000e. Now I know.

Again thank u for your hard work. I am a programmer for web applications... reading your posts is always so excitimg even I understand a small portion. Keep up the good work!!! Thank u.

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Hi,

 

Here are logs from ESXI 7.0 with Bromolow 6.2.4

 

it hangs at 40%

 

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Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.884620] e1000e: Intel(R) PRO/1000 Network Driver - 3.3.4-NAPI
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.885502] e1000e: Copyright(c) 1999 - 2016 Intel Corporation.
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.885859] e1000e 0000:03:00.0: Interrupt Throttling Rate (ints/sec) set to dynamic conservative mode
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.886685] e1000e 0000:03:00.0: irq 73 for MSI/MSI-X
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.960436] usb 2-1: new full-speed USB device number 2 using uhci_hcd
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.987954] e1000e 0000:03:00.0 eth0: registered PHC clock
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.988457] e1000e 0000:03:00.0 eth0: (PCI Express:2.5GT/s:Width x1) 00:11:32:XX:XX:XX
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.989038] e1000e 0000:03:00.0 eth0: Intel(R) PRO/1000 Network Connection
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.989696] e1000e 0000:03:00.0 eth0: MAC: 3, PHY: 8, PBA No: 000000-000
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.996491] Intel(R) Gigabit Ethernet Network Driver - version 5.3.5.3
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    3.996521] Copyright (c) 2007-2015 Intel Corporation.
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.001485] Intel(R) 10GbE PCI Express Linux Network Driver - version 5.1.3
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.002404] Copyright(c) 1999 - 2017 Intel Corporation.
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.011399] <redpill/bios_shim.c:194> Symbol section <ffffc900080f5210> @ vaddr<18446744072100900864> size[8376]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.012406] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #0 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<          (null)>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.013406] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #1 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa01cd000>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.014407] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #2 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa01d3280>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.015402] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #3 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa01d3df6>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.01640-0] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #4 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa01d4fa8>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.017402] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #5 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa01d5b54>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.018404] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #6 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa01d5bc0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.019399] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #7 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa01db240>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.020377] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #8 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {state.19066}<ffffffffa01db2c4>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.021376] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #9 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__key.19083}<ffffffffa01db2c4>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.022378] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #10 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__ksymtab_synobios_lock_ttyS_current}<ffffffffa01d3240>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.023377] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #11 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__kstrtab_synobios_lock_ttyS_current}<ffffffffa01d5b54>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.024376] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #12 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__ksymtab_save_current_data_from_uart}<ffffffffa01d3230>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.025376] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #13 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__kstrtab_save_current_data_from_uart}<ffffffffa01d5b6f>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.026375] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #14 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_cpu_arch_open}<ffffffffa01cd5f0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.027372] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #15 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_cpu_arch}<ffffffffa01cd650>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.028373] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #16 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_crypto_hw_open}<ffffffffa01cd610>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.029372] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #17 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_crypto_hw}<ffffffffa01cd6c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.030372] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #18 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_platform_open}<ffffffffa01cd630>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.031371] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #19 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_platform_name}<ffffffffa01cd730>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.032370] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #20 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {gSynoCPUMapping}<ffffffffa01d6dc0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.033370] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #21 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {gSynoCRYPTOMapping}<ffffffffa01d6d00>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.034367] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #22 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_event_new.isra.1.part.2}<ffffffffa01cd750>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.035368] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #23 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {scSynoBios}<ffffffffa01db5c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.036363] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #24 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_disk_power_short_break_report}<ffffffffa01cd7e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.037365] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #25 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_wake_from_deep_sleep}<ffffffffa01cd830>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.038366] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #26 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_disk_reset_fail_report}<ffffffffa01cd880>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.039364] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #27 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_disk_timeout_report}<ffffffffa01cd8e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.040365] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #28 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_disk_retry_report}<ffffffffa01cd940>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.041383] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #29 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_sata_error_report}<ffffffffa01cd990>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.042362] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #30 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_ebox_refresh_event}<ffffffffa01cd9f0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.04336-1] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #31 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_disk_port_lost_report}<ffffffffa01cda40>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.044358] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #32 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_disk_port_disabled_event}<ffffffffa01cda90>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.045358] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #33 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_disk_pwr_reset_event}<ffffffffa01cdad0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.046374] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #34 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_error_fs_btrfs_event}<ffffffffa01cdb20>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.047361] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #35 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_error_fs_event}<ffffffffa01cdb70>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.048357] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #36 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_autoremap_raid_event}<ffffffffa01cdbd0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.049363] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #37 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_raid_event}<ffffffffa01cdc20>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.050353] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #38 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_event_ecc_notification}<ffffffffa01cdc60>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.051355] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #39 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_raid_sync_event}<ffffffffa01cdcc0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.052354] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #40 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_autoremap_lv_event}<ffffffffa01cdde0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.053351] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #41 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_poll}<ffffffffa01cdf20>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.054352] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #42 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_ops}<ffffffffa01dbfe8>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.055352] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #43 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {last_jiffies.34801}<ffffffffa01d5bc0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.056353] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #44 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {buzzer_press_count.34802}<ffffffffa01db474>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.057349] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #45 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {card_detect_proc_fops}<ffffffffa01db480>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.058347] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #46 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_ioctl}<ffffffffa01ce3e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.059348] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #47 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {MiorpLock}<ffffffffa01d7220>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.060348] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #48 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {check_fan}<ffffffffa01d7200>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.061346] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #49 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {sys_status_lock}<ffffffffa01d7260>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.062345] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #50 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {pgSysStatus}<ffffffffa01db580>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.063345] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #51 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__func__.34837}<ffffffffa01d32b8>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.064345] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #52 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {LedSetLock}<ffffffffa01d7204>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.065343] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #53 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__key.35096}<ffffffffa01db474>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.066343] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #54 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_cpu_arch_fops}<ffffffffa01d3500>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.067342] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #55 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_crypto_hw_fops}<ffffffffa01d3400>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.068341] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #56 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_platform_fops}<ffffffffa01d3300>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.069340] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #57 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {gSynoModelMapping}<ffffffffa01d5c00>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.070339] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #58 in mfgBIOS- "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_license4}<ffffc900080e0bd0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.071338] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #59 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_description3}<ffffc900080e0be6>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.072338] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #60 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_author2}<ffffc900080e0bfc>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.073337] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #61 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_check_fan1}<ffffc900080e0c0d>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.074336] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #62 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_check_fantype0}<ffffc900080e0c47>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.075336] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #63 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__param_check_fan}<ffffffffa01d5b90>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.076335] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #64 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__param_str_check_fan}<ffffffffa01d3600>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.077333] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #65 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3412rpxsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0270>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.078336] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #66 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3412xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d02c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.079332] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #67 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {DS3612xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0310>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.080331] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #68 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {DS3615xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0340>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.081331] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #69 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3411rpxsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0370>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.082330] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #70 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3411xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d03c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.083328] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #71 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {DS3611xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0410>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.084329] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #72 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS10613xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0440>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.085390] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #73 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3413xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0490>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.085449] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #74 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3614xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d04e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.086327] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #75 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3614rpxsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0510>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.087326] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #76 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3614xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0540>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.088326] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #77 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {DS2414xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0570>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.089327] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #78 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3415xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d05a0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.090322] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #79 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RC18015xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d05d0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.091323] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #80 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS18016xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0620>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.092322] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #81 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3617xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d0670>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.093321] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #82 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {MpId.18607}<ffffffffa01dad3c>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.094320] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #83 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {days_since_epoch}<ffffffffa01d38c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.095319] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #84 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {days_since_leapyear}<ffffffffa01d3950>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.096319] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #85 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {days_since_year}<ffffffffa01d3970>
-Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.097318] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #86 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {rtc_correct_wday}<ffffffffa01d1560>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.098373] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #87 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {days_in_mo}<ffffffffa01d3988>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.099316] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #88 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetBrand}<ffffffffa01d1da0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.099378] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #89 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {InitModuleType}<ffffffffa01d1db0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.100357] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #90 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {model_ops}<ffffffffa01dc018>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.101314] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #91 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetBuzzerClear}<ffffffffa01d1de0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.102364] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #92 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetBuzzerCleared}<ffffffffa01d1e10>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.103355] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #93 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetPowerStatus}<ffffffffa01d1e40>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.103419] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #94 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {InitSynoDiskLed}<ffffffffa01d1ec0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.104359] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #95 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {giDiskLedController}<ffffffffa01daf20>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.105365] Got empty serial number. Generate serial number from product.
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.105995] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #96 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusBySataMvGPIO}<ffffffffa01d1fb0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.106825] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #97 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetHALedByGPIO}<ffffffffa01d1ff0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.107349] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #98 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {giHALedGreenPin}<ffffffffa01db00c>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.108051] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #99 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {giHALedOrangePin}<ffffffffa01db008>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.108748] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #100 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusByAHCIGPIO}<ffffffffa01d20c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.109592] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #101 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusBySataMvandAHCISGPIO}<ffffffffa01d2120>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.110618] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #102 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {diskLedEnabled.34550}<ffffffffa01dc008>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.111308] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #103 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusBy9235GPIO}<ffffffffa01d21c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.112304] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #104 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {diskLedEnabled.34499}<ffffffffa01dc004>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.113303] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #105 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetCpuTemperatureDenlowI3Transfer}<ffffffffa01d2250>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.114302] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #106 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetCpuTemperatureI3Transfer}<ffffffffa01d22d0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.115303] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #107 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {HWMONGetThermalSensorFromADT}<ffffffffa01d2350>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.116300] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #108 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {hwmon_sensor_list}<ffffffffa01dc010>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.117302] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #109 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {HWMONGetVoltageSensorFromADT}<ffffffffa01d23b0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.118299] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #110 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {HWMONGetFanSpeedRPMFromADT}<ffffffffa01d2410>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.119299] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #111 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {Uninitialize}<ffffffffa01d2470>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.120299] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #112 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetCpuFanStatus}<ffffff-ffa01d2490>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.121297] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #113 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetAlarmLed}<ffffffffa01d2570>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.122297] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #114 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetFanStatus}<ffffffffa01d2590>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.123295] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #115 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetSysTemperature}<ffffffffa01d2670>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.124294] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #116 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetFanStatusMircopWithGPIO}<ffffffffa01d2690>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.125295] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #117 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO}<ffffffffa01d29a0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.126298] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #118 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {diskLedEnabled.34530}<ffffffffa01dc000>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.127294] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #119 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetDiskLedStatusBySataMvGPIO}<ffffffffa01d2a60>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.128294] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #120 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {CSWTCH.31}<ffffffffa01d3d80>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.129290] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #121 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {gblDiskNumNeedTran}<ffffffffa01dc020>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.130289] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #122 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {giDiskMapTable}<ffffffffa01dc040>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.131290] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #123 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetDiskLedStatusBySataMvandAHCISGPIO}<ffffffffa01d2ad0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.132290] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #124 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetDiskLedStatusBy9235GPIO}<ffffffffa01d2b30>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.133291] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #125 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetDiskLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO}<ffffffffa01d2b90>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.134289] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #126 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_ops}<ffffffffa01dad80>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.135285] <redpill/bios_shim.c:207> Found vtable - size 416
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.135303] <redpill/bios_shim.c:222> Found "synobios_ops" in "bromolow_synobios" @ <ffffffffa01dad80 =416=> ffffffffa01dba80>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.136285] <redpill/override_symbol.c:137> Restoring symbol @ ffffffff81027490
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.137287] <redpill/override_symbol.c:68> Disabling memory protection for page at ffffffff81027490 (<<ffffffff81028000)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.138298] <redpill/override_symbol.c:143> Writing original code to <ffffffff81027490>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.139282] <redpill/override_symbol.c:88> Enabling memory protection for page at ffffffff81027490 (<<ffffffff81028000)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.140283] <redpill/override_symbol.c:147> Symbol restored @ ffffffff81027490
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.141403] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:48> Will print 416 bytes of memory from ffffffffa01dad80
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.142283] 40 b0 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [00] 0x000      ffffffffa01db040        __this_module+0x0/0xffffffffffff81c8 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.142950] a0 1d 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [01] 0x008      ffffffffa01d1da0        GetBrand+0x0/0x10 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.144277] 50 27 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [02] 0x010      ffffffffa01d2750        GetModel+0x0/0x250 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.145279] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [03] 0x018                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.146275] c0 17 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [04] 0x020      ffffffffa01d17c0        rtc_bandon_get_time+0x0/0x1a0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.147274] 20 1a 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [05] 0x028      ffffffffa01d1a20        rtc_bandon_set_time+0x0/0x350 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.148273] 90 26 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [06] 0x030      ffffffffa01d2690        GetFanStatusMircopWithGPIO+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 -kernel: [    4.149273] 90 25 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [07] 0x038     ffffffffa01d2590        SetFanStatus+0x0/0xe0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.150272] 70 26 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [08] 0x040      ffffffffa01d2670        GetSysTemperature+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.151271] d0 22 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [09] 0x048      ffffffffa01d22d0        GetCpuTemperatureI3Transfer+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.152271] 60 2a 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [10] 0x050      ffffffffa01d2a60        SetDiskLedStatusBySataMvGPIO+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.153270] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [11] 0x058                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.154268] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [12] 0x060                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.155268] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [13] 0x068                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.156267] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [14] 0x070                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.157267] 70 1e 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [15] 0x078      ffffffffa01d1e70        SetGpioPin+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.158266] f0 1e 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [16] 0x080      ffffffffa01d1ef0        GetGpioPin+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.159265] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [17] 0x088                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.160264] 60 19 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [18] 0x090      ffffffffa01d1960        rtc_bandon_set_auto_poweron+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.161264] 10 15 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [19] 0x098      ffffffffa01d1510        rtc_get_auto_poweron+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.162263] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [20] 0x0a0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.163262] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [21] 0x0a8                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.164261] 70 25 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [22] 0x0b0      ffffffffa01d2570        SetAlarmLed+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.165260] 10 1e 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [23] 0x0b8      ffffffffa01d1e10        GetBuzzerCleared+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.166259] e0 1d 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [24] 0x0c0      ffffffffa01d1de0        SetBuzzerClear+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.167259] 40 1e 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [25] 0x0c8      ffffffffa01d1e40        GetPowerStatus+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.168260] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [26] 0x0d0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.169257] b0 1d 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [27] 0x0d8      ffffffffa01d1db0        InitModuleType+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.170256] 70 24 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [28] 0x0e0      ffffffffa01d2470        Uninitialize+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.171255] 90 24 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [29] 0x0e8      ffffffffa01d2490        SetCpuFanStatus+0x0/0xe0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.172256] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [30] 0x0f0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.173254] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [31] 0x0f8                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.174255] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [32] 0x100                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.175255] c0 0b 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [33] 0x108      ffffffffa01d0bc0        CheckMicropId+0x0/0x90 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.176252] 40 0b 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [34] 0x110      ffffffffa01d0b40        SetMicropId+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.177250] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [35] 0x118                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.178249] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [36] 0x120                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.179249] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [37] 0x128                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.180302] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [38] 0x130                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.181247] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [39] 0x138                (null)               -   (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.182247] 40 1f 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [40] 0x140      ffffffffa01d1f40        GetCPUInfo+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.183246] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [41] 0x148                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.184245] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [42] 0x150                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.185244] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [43] 0x158                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.186243] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [44] 0x160                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.187242] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [45] 0x168                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.188242] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [46] 0x170                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.189241] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [47] 0x178                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.190241] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [48] 0x180                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.191239] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [49] 0x188                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.192238] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [50] 0x190                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.193237] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [51] 0x198                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.194237]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.194255] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:61> Finished printing memory at ffffffffa01daf20
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.195243] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [6] originally GetFanStatusMircopWithGPIO [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d2690> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.196238] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [7] originally SetFanStatus [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d2590> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.197247] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [10] originally SetDiskLedStatusBySataMvGPIO [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d2a60> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.199236] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [11] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.200240] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [15] originally SetGpioPin [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d1e70> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.202237] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [16] originally GetGpioPin [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d1ef0> will now be shim_get_gpio_pin_usable [redpill]<ffffffffa00067f0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.203237] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [17] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong_trace [redpill]<ffffffffa00069f0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.205236] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [22] originally SetAlarmLed [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d2570> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.206233] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [23] originally GetBuzzerCleared [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d1e10> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.208234] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [24] originally SetBuzzerClear [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d1de0> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.209232] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [29] originally SetCpuFanStatus [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d2490> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.211228] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [30] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null-_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.212227] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [31] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.214228] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [33] originally CheckMicropId [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d0bc0> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.215224] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [34] originally SetMicropId [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d0b40> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.217223] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:105> Native RTC supported - not enabling proxy (emulate_rtc=0)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.218221] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:48> Will print 416 bytes of memory from ffffffffa01dad80
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.219219] 40 b0 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [00] 0x000      ffffffffa01db040        __this_module+0x0/0xffffffffffff81c8 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.220216] a0 1d 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [01] 0x008      ffffffffa01d1da0        GetBrand+0x0/0x10 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.221216] 50 27 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [02] 0x010      ffffffffa01d2750        GetModel+0x0/0x250 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.222216] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [03] 0x018                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.223214] c0 17 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [04] 0x020      ffffffffa01d17c0        rtc_bandon_get_time+0x0/0x1a0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.224213] 20 1a 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [05] 0x028      ffffffffa01d1a20        rtc_bandon_set_time+0x0/0x350 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.225212] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [06] 0x030      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.226213] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [07] 0x038      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.227213] 70 26 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [08] 0x040      ffffffffa01d2670        GetSysTemperature+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.228212] d0 22 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [09] 0x048      ffffffffa01d22d0        GetCpuTemperatureI3Transfer+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.229210] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [10] 0x050      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.230210] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [11] 0x058      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.230228] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [12] 0x060                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.231201] usb 2-2: new full-speed USB device number 3 using uhci_hcd
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.231239] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [13] 0x068                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.232212] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [14] 0x070                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.233282] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [15] 0x078      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.234207] f0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [16] 0x080      ffffffffa00067f0        shim_get_gpio_pin_usable+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.235260] f0 69 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [17] 0x088      ffffffffa00069f0        shim_null_zero_ulong_trace+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.236206] 60 19 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [18] 0x090      ffffffffa01d1960        rtc_bandon_set_auto_poweron+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.237205] 10 15 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [19] 0x098      ffffffffa01d1510        rtc_get_auto_poweron+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.238206] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [20] 0x0a0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.239204] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [21] 0x0a8                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.240201] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [22] 0x0b0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.241199-] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [23] 0x0b8     ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.242199] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [24] 0x0c0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.243198] 40 1e 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [25] 0x0c8      ffffffffa01d1e40        GetPowerStatus+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.244200] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [26] 0x0d0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.245198] b0 1d 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [27] 0x0d8      ffffffffa01d1db0        InitModuleType+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.246195] 70 24 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [28] 0x0e0      ffffffffa01d2470        Uninitialize+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.247198] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [29] 0x0e8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.248196] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [30] 0x0f0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.249194] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [31] 0x0f8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.250197] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [32] 0x100                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.251194] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [33] 0x108      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.252193] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [34] 0x110      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.253190] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [35] 0x118                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.254189] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [36] 0x120                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.255194] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [37] 0x128                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.256187] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [38] 0x130                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.257187] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [39] 0x138                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.258186] 40 1f 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [40] 0x140      ffffffffa01d1f40        GetCPUInfo+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.259194] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [41] 0x148                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.260187] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [42] 0x150                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.261185] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [43] 0x158                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.262185] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [44] 0x160                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.263182] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [45] 0x168                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.264185] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [46] 0x170                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.265182] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [47] 0x178                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.266182] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [48] 0x180                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.267181] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [49] 0x188                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.268191] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [50] 0x190                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.269179] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [51] 0x198                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.270179]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.270197] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:61> Finished printing memory at ffffffffa01daf20
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.271178] <redpill/bios_shim.c:119> bromolow_synobios BIOS *early* shimmed
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.292302] 2021-8-19 9:59:23 UTC
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.292320] synobios: load, major number 201
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.292338] Brand: Synology
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.292355] Model: DS-3615xs
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.292373] set group disks wakeup number to 4, spinup time deno 7
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.293164] synobios cpu_arch proc entry initializ-ed
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.293182] synobios crypto_hw proc entry initialized
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.293199] synobios syno_platform proc entry initialized
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.293217] synobios open /dev/ttyS1 success
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.293234] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:48> Will print 416 bytes of memory from ffffffffa01dad80
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.294159] 40 b0 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [00] 0x000      ffffffffa01db040        __this_module+0x0/0xffffffffffff81c8 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.295157] a0 1d 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [01] 0x008      ffffffffa01d1da0        GetBrand+0x0/0x10 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.296221] 50 27 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [02] 0x010      ffffffffa01d2750        GetModel+0x0/0x250 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.297157] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [03] 0x018                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.298157] c0 17 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [04] 0x020      ffffffffa01d17c0        rtc_bandon_get_time+0x0/0x1a0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.299154] 20 1a 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [05] 0x028      ffffffffa01d1a20        rtc_bandon_set_time+0x0/0x350 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.300156] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [06] 0x030                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.301158] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [07] 0x038      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.302159] 70 26 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [08] 0x040      ffffffffa01d2670        GetSysTemperature+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.303157] 50 22 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [09] 0x048      ffffffffa01d2250        GetCpuTemperatureDenlowI3Transfer+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.304154] 90 2b 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [10] 0x050      ffffffffa01d2b90        SetDiskLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.305154] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [11] 0x058      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.306176] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [12] 0x060                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.307150] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [13] 0x068                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.308149] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [14] 0x070                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.309146] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [15] 0x078      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.310149] f0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [16] 0x080      ffffffffa00067f0        shim_get_gpio_pin_usable+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.311144] f0 69 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [17] 0x088      ffffffffa00069f0        shim_null_zero_ulong_trace+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.312147] 60 19 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [18] 0x090      ffffffffa01d1960        rtc_bandon_set_auto_poweron+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.313146] 10 15 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [19] 0x098      ffffffffa01d1510        rtc_get_auto_poweron+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.314143] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [20] 0x0a0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.315143] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [21] 0x0a8                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.316146] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [22] 0x0b0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.317141] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [23] 0x0b8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.318139] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [24] 0x0c0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.319142] 40 1e 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [25] 0x0c8      ffffffffa01d1e40        GetPowerStatus+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.320139] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [26] 0x0d0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.321136] b0 1d 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [27] 0x0d8      ffffffffa01d1db0        InitModuleType+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.321163] 70 24 1d a-0 ff ff ff ff  [28] 0x0e0     ffffffffa01d2470        Uninitialize+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.322152] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [29] 0x0e8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.323134] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [30] 0x0f0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.324133] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [31] 0x0f8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.325135] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [32] 0x100                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.326132] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [33] 0x108      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.327133] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [34] 0x110      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.328131] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [35] 0x118                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.329131] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [36] 0x120                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.330131] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [37] 0x128                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.331131] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [38] 0x130                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.332127] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [39] 0x138                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.333128] 40 1f 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [40] 0x140      ffffffffa01d1f40        GetCPUInfo+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.334128] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [41] 0x148                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.335126] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [42] 0x150                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.336126] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [43] 0x158                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.337124] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [44] 0x160                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.338124] 10 24 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [45] 0x168      ffffffffa01d2410        HWMONGetFanSpeedRPMFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.339122] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [46] 0x170                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.340123] b0 23 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [47] 0x178      ffffffffa01d23b0        HWMONGetVoltageSensorFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.341120] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [48] 0x180                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.342122] 50 23 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [49] 0x188      ffffffffa01d2350        HWMONGetThermalSensorFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.343124] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [50] 0x190                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.344120] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [51] 0x198                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.345117]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.345135] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:61> Finished printing memory at ffffffffa01daf20
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.346124] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [6] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.347125] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [10] originally SetDiskLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa01d2b90> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.349117] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:105> Native RTC supported - not enabling proxy (emulate_rtc=0)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.350115] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:48> Will print 416 bytes of memory from ffffffffa01dad80
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.351115] 40 b0 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [00] 0x000      ffffffffa01db040        __this_module+0x0/0xffffffffffff81c8 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.352118] a0 1d 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [01] 0x008      ffffffffa01d1da0        GetBrand+0x0/0x10 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.353114] 50 27 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [02]- 0x010     ffffffffa01d2750        GetModel+0x0/0x250 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.354113] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [03] 0x018                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.355111] c0 17 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [04] 0x020      ffffffffa01d17c0        rtc_bandon_get_time+0x0/0x1a0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.356112] 20 1a 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [05] 0x028      ffffffffa01d1a20        rtc_bandon_set_time+0x0/0x350 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.357117] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [06] 0x030      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.358097] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [07] 0x038      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.359111] 70 26 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [08] 0x040      ffffffffa01d2670        GetSysTemperature+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.360107] 50 22 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [09] 0x048      ffffffffa01d2250        GetCpuTemperatureDenlowI3Transfer+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.361110] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [10] 0x050      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.362108] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [11] 0x058      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.363106] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [12] 0x060                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.364111] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [13] 0x068                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.365103] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [14] 0x070                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.366101] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [15] 0x078      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.367103] f0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [16] 0x080      ffffffffa00067f0        shim_get_gpio_pin_usable+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.368100] f0 69 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [17] 0x088      ffffffffa00069f0        shim_null_zero_ulong_trace+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.369103] 60 19 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [18] 0x090      ffffffffa01d1960        rtc_bandon_set_auto_poweron+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.370100] 10 15 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [19] 0x098      ffffffffa01d1510        rtc_get_auto_poweron+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.371165] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [20] 0x0a0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.372176] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [21] 0x0a8                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.373262] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [22] 0x0b0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.374109] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [23] 0x0b8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.375109] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [24] 0x0c0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.376273] 40 1e 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [25] 0x0c8      ffffffffa01d1e40        GetPowerStatus+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.377277] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [26] 0x0d0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.378105] b0 1d 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [27] 0x0d8      ffffffffa01d1db0        InitModuleType+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.379375] Got empty serial number. Generate serial number from product.
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.379263] 70 24 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [28] 0x0e0      ffffffffa01d2470        Uninitialize+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.380205] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [29] 0x0e8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.381104] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [30] 0x0f0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.382105] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [31] 0x0f8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.382272] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [32] 0x100                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [   - 4.383131] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [33] 0x108     ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.383297] hub 2-2:1.0: USB hub found
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.383421] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [34] 0x110      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.384130] hub 2-2:1.0: 7 ports detected
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.384212] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [35] 0x118                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.384318] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [36] 0x120                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.384828] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [37] 0x128                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.385390] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [38] 0x130                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.385928] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [39] 0x138                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.386559] 40 1f 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [40] 0x140      ffffffffa01d1f40        GetCPUInfo+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.387342] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [41] 0x148                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.387918] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [42] 0x150                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.388221] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [43] 0x158                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.388733] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [44] 0x160                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.389104] 10 24 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [45] 0x168      ffffffffa01d2410        HWMONGetFanSpeedRPMFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.390082] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [46] 0x170                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.391081] b0 23 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [47] 0x178      ffffffffa01d23b0        HWMONGetVoltageSensorFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.392176] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [48] 0x180                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.393080] 50 23 1d a0 ff ff ff ff  [49] 0x188      ffffffffa01d2350        HWMONGetThermalSensorFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.393137] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [50] 0x190                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.394083] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [51] 0x198                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.395077]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.395094] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:61> Finished printing memory at ffffffffa01daf20
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.396078] <redpill/bios_shim.c:117> bromolow_synobios BIOS *fully* shimmed
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.397984] synobios: unload
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.398082] <redpill/bios_shim.c:92> bromolow_synobios BIOS went away - you may get a kernel panic if YOU unloaded it
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.399074] <redpill/override_symbol.c:102> Overriding apply_relocate_add() with f()<ffffffffa0006fb0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.400088] <redpill/override_symbol.c:109> Found apply_relocate_add() @ <ffffffff81027490>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.401072] <redpill/override_symbol.c:118> Generated jump to f()<ffffffffa0006fb0> for apply_relocate_add()<ffffffff81027490>: 48b8 b06f00a0ffffffff ffe0
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.402072] <redpill/override_symbol.c:68> Disabling memory protection for page at ffffffff81027490 (<<ffffffff81028000)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.403083] <redpill/override_symbol.c:126> Writing jump code to <ffffffff81027490>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.404068] <redpill/override_symbol.c:88> Enabling memory protection for page at ffffffff81027490 (<<ffffffff81028000)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.405070] <redpill/override_symbol.c:130> Override for apply_relocate_add set up with ffffffffa0006fb0
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.415292] <redpill/bios_shim.c:194> Symbol section <ffffc9000004f210> @ vaddr<18446744072099020800> size[8376]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.416069] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #0 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<          (null)>
Aug 19 -09:59:24 kernel: [    4.417067] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #1 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa00e0000>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.418058] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #2 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa00e6280>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.419060] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #3 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa00e6df6>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.420056] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #4 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa00e7fa8>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.421058] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #5 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa00e8b54>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.422056] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #6 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa00e8bc0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.423054] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #7 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {}<ffffffffa00ee240>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.424053] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #8 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {state.19066}<ffffffffa00ee2c4>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.425052] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #9 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__key.19083}<ffffffffa00ee2c4>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.426051] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #10 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__ksymtab_synobios_lock_ttyS_current}<ffffffffa00e6240>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.427053] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #11 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__kstrtab_synobios_lock_ttyS_current}<ffffffffa00e8b54>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.428049] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #12 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__ksymtab_save_current_data_from_uart}<ffffffffa00e6230>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.429049] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #13 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__kstrtab_save_current_data_from_uart}<ffffffffa00e8b6f>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.430048] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #14 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_cpu_arch_open}<ffffffffa00e05f0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.431046] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #15 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_cpu_arch}<ffffffffa00e0650>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.432049] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #16 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_crypto_hw_open}<ffffffffa00e0610>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.433045] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #17 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_crypto_hw}<ffffffffa00e06c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.434044] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #18 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_platform_open}<ffffffffa00e0630>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.435044] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #19 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_platform_name}<ffffffffa00e0730>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.436043] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #20 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {gSynoCPUMapping}<ffffffffa00e9dc0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.437042] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #21 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {gSynoCRYPTOMapping}<ffffffffa00e9d00>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.438042] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #22 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_event_new.isra.1.part.2}<ffffffffa00e0750>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.439041] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #23 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {scSynoBios}<ffffffffa00ee5c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.440042] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #24 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_disk_power_short_break_report}<ffffffffa00e07e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.441039] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #25 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_wake_from_deep_sleep}<ffffffffa00e0830>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.442038] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #26 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_disk_reset_fail_report}<ffffffffa00e0880>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.443038] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #27 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_disk_timeout_report}<ffffffffa00e08e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.444037] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #28 in mfgBIOS "bromolow-_synobios" {synobios_disk_retry_report}<ffffffffa00e0940>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.445036] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #29 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_sata_error_report}<ffffffffa00e0990>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.446038] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #30 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_ebox_refresh_event}<ffffffffa00e09f0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.447034] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #31 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_disk_port_lost_report}<ffffffffa00e0a40>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.448034] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #32 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_disk_port_disabled_event}<ffffffffa00e0a90>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.449033] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #33 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_disk_pwr_reset_event}<ffffffffa00e0ad0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.450032] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #34 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_error_fs_btrfs_event}<ffffffffa00e0b20>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.451032] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #35 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_error_fs_event}<ffffffffa00e0b70>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.452030] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #36 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_autoremap_raid_event}<ffffffffa00e0bd0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.453029] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #37 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_record_raid_event}<ffffffffa00e0c20>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.454028] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #38 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_event_ecc_notification}<ffffffffa00e0c60>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.455027] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #39 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_raid_sync_event}<ffffffffa00e0cc0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.456027] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #40 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_autoremap_lv_event}<ffffffffa00e0de0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.457026] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #41 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_poll}<ffffffffa00e0f20>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.458025] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #42 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_ops}<ffffffffa00eefe8>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.459025] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #43 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {last_jiffies.34801}<ffffffffa00e8bc0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.460025] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #44 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {buzzer_press_count.34802}<ffffffffa00ee474>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.461027] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #45 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {card_detect_proc_fops}<ffffffffa00ee480>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.462023] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #46 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_ioctl}<ffffffffa00e13e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.463022] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #47 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {MiorpLock}<ffffffffa00ea220>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.464021] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #48 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {check_fan}<ffffffffa00ea200>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.465020] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #49 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {sys_status_lock}<ffffffffa00ea260>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.466024] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #50 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {pgSysStatus}<ffffffffa00ee580>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.467035] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #51 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__func__.34837}<ffffffffa00e62b8>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.468022] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #52 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {LedSetLock}<ffffffffa00ea204>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.469020] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #53 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__key.35096}<ffffffffa00ee474>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.470027] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #54 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_cpu_arch_fops}<ffffffffa00e6500>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.471020] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #55 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_crypto_hw_fops}-<ffffffffa00e6400>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.472020] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #56 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_read_proc_platform_fops}<ffffffffa00e6300>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.473029] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #57 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {gSynoModelMapping}<ffffffffa00e8c00>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.474026] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #58 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_license4}<ffffc9000003abd0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.475014] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #59 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_description3}<ffffc9000003abe6>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.476019] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #60 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_author2}<ffffc9000003abfc>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.477014] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #61 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_check_fan1}<ffffc9000003ac0d>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.478011] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #62 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__UNIQUE_ID_check_fantype0}<ffffc9000003ac47>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.479022] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #63 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__param_check_fan}<ffffffffa00e8b90>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.480011] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #64 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {__param_str_check_fan}<ffffffffa00e6600>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.481018] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #65 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3412rpxsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3270>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.482022] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #66 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3412xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e32c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.483008] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #67 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {DS3612xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3310>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.484009] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #68 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {DS3615xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3340>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.485023] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #69 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3411rpxsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3370>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.486005] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #70 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3411xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e33c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.487004] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #71 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {DS3611xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3410>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.488012] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #72 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS10613xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3440>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.489004] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #73 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3413xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3490>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.490002] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #74 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3614xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e34e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.491010] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #75 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3614rpxsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3510>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.492002] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #76 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3614xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3540>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.493010] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #77 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {DS2414xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3570>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.494035] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #78 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3415xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e35a0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.495000] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #79 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RC18015xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e35d0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.495997] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #80 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS18016xspInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3620>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.496101] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #81 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {RS3617xsInitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e3670>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.496154] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #82 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {MpId.18607}<ffffffffa00edd3c>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: -[    4.497075] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #83 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {days_since_epoch}<ffffffffa00e68c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.498092] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #84 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {days_since_leapyear}<ffffffffa00e6950>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.499003] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #85 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {days_since_year}<ffffffffa00e6970>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.500167] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #86 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {rtc_correct_wday}<ffffffffa00e4560>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.501007] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #87 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {days_in_mo}<ffffffffa00e6988>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.502000] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #88 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetBrand}<ffffffffa00e4da0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.503117] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #89 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {InitModuleType}<ffffffffa00e4db0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.503997] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #90 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {model_ops}<ffffffffa00ef018>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.504995] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #91 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetBuzzerClear}<ffffffffa00e4de0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.506150] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #92 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetBuzzerCleared}<ffffffffa00e4e10>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.506995] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #93 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetPowerStatus}<ffffffffa00e4e40>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.507993] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #94 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {InitSynoDiskLed}<ffffffffa00e4ec0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.509145] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #95 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {giDiskLedController}<ffffffffa00edf20>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.509996] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #96 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusBySataMvGPIO}<ffffffffa00e4fb0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.510992] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #97 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetHALedByGPIO}<ffffffffa00e4ff0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.512164] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #98 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {giHALedGreenPin}<ffffffffa00ee00c>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.512989] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #99 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {giHALedOrangePin}<ffffffffa00ee008>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.513987] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #100 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusByAHCIGPIO}<ffffffffa00e50c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.515132] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #101 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusBySataMvandAHCISGPIO}<ffffffffa00e5120>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.515986] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #102 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {diskLedEnabled.34550}<ffffffffa00ef008>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.516987] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #103 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusBy9235GPIO}<ffffffffa00e51c0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.518132] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #104 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {diskLedEnabled.34499}<ffffffffa00ef004>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.518984] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #105 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetCpuTemperatureDenlowI3Transfer}<ffffffffa00e5250>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.519983] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #106 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetCpuTemperatureI3Transfer}<ffffffffa00e52d0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.521128] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #107 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {HWMONGetThermalSensorFromADT}<ffffffffa00e5350>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.521982] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #108 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {hwmon_sensor_list}<ffffffffa00ef010>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.522981] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #109 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {HWMONGetVoltageSensorFromADT}<ffffffffa00e53b0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.524130] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #110 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {HWMONGetFa-nSpeedRPMFromADT}<ffffffffa00e5410>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.524982] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #111 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {Uninitialize}<ffffffffa00e5470>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.525977] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #112 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetCpuFanStatus}<ffffffffa00e5490>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.527115] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #113 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetAlarmLed}<ffffffffa00e5570>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.527976] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #114 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetFanStatus}<ffffffffa00e5590>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.528979] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #115 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetSysTemperature}<ffffffffa00e5670>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.530139] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #116 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {GetFanStatusMircopWithGPIO}<ffffffffa00e5690>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.530974] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #117 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetSCSIHostLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO}<ffffffffa00e59a0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.531974] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #118 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {diskLedEnabled.34530}<ffffffffa00ef000>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.533106] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #119 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetDiskLedStatusBySataMvGPIO}<ffffffffa00e5a60>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.533973] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #120 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {CSWTCH.31}<ffffffffa00e6d80>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.534971] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #121 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {gblDiskNumNeedTran}<ffffffffa00ef020>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.536134] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #122 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {giDiskMapTable}<ffffffffa00ef040>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.536971] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #123 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetDiskLedStatusBySataMvandAHCISGPIO}<ffffffffa00e5ad0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.537972] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #124 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetDiskLedStatusBy9235GPIO}<ffffffffa00e5b30>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.539110] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #125 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {SetDiskLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO}<ffffffffa00e5b90>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.539971] <redpill/bios_shim.c:203> Symbol #126 in mfgBIOS "bromolow_synobios" {synobios_ops}<ffffffffa00edd80>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.540968] <redpill/bios_shim.c:207> Found vtable - size 416
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.540986] <redpill/bios_shim.c:222> Found "synobios_ops" in "bromolow_synobios" @ <ffffffffa00edd80 =416=> ffffffffa00eea80>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.542131] <redpill/override_symbol.c:137> Restoring symbol @ ffffffff81027490
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.542964] <redpill/override_symbol.c:68> Disabling memory protection for page at ffffffff81027490 (<<ffffffff81028000)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.543978] <redpill/override_symbol.c:143> Writing original code to <ffffffff81027490>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.545092] <redpill/override_symbol.c:88> Enabling memory protection for page at ffffffff81027490 (<<ffffffff81028000)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.545979] <redpill/override_symbol.c:147> Symbol restored @ ffffffff81027490
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.547140] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:48> Will print 416 bytes of memory from ffffffffa00edd80
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.548151] 40 e0 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [00] 0x000      ffffffffa00ee040        __this_module+0x0/0xffffffffffff81c8 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.548970] a0 4d 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [01] 0x008      ffffffffa00e4da0        GetBrand+0x0/0x10 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.549094] 50 57 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [02] 0x010      ffffffffa00e5750        GetModel+0x0/0x250 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.549976] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [03] 0x018                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.550953] c0 47 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [04] 0x020      ffffffffa00e47c0        rtc_bandon_get_time+0x0/0x1a0 [bromolow_synobios]-
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.551535] 20 4a 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [05] 0x028      ffffffffa00e4a20        rtc_bandon_set_time+0x0/0x350 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.552954] 90 56 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [06] 0x030      ffffffffa00e5690        GetFanStatusMircopWithGPIO+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.553959] 90 55 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [07] 0x038      ffffffffa00e5590        SetFanStatus+0x0/0xe0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.554951] 70 56 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [08] 0x040      ffffffffa00e5670        GetSysTemperature+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.555950] d0 52 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [09] 0x048      ffffffffa00e52d0        GetCpuTemperatureI3Transfer+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.556951] 60 5a 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [10] 0x050      ffffffffa00e5a60        SetDiskLedStatusBySataMvGPIO+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.557947] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [11] 0x058                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.558947] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [12] 0x060                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.559949] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [13] 0x068                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.560945] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [14] 0x070                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.561946] 70 4e 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [15] 0x078      ffffffffa00e4e70        SetGpioPin+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.562950] f0 4e 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [16] 0x080      ffffffffa00e4ef0        GetGpioPin+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.563944] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [17] 0x088                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.564943] 60 49 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [18] 0x090      ffffffffa00e4960        rtc_bandon_set_auto_poweron+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.565946] 10 45 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [19] 0x098      ffffffffa00e4510        rtc_get_auto_poweron+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.566941] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [20] 0x0a0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.567940] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [21] 0x0a8                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.568944] 70 55 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [22] 0x0b0      ffffffffa00e5570        SetAlarmLed+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.569939] 10 4e 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [23] 0x0b8      ffffffffa00e4e10        GetBuzzerCleared+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.570937] e0 4d 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [24] 0x0c0      ffffffffa00e4de0        SetBuzzerClear+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.571939] 40 4e 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [25] 0x0c8      ffffffffa00e4e40        GetPowerStatus+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.572937] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [26] 0x0d0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.573946] b0 4d 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [27] 0x0d8      ffffffffa00e4db0        InitModuleType+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.575113] 70 54 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [28] 0x0e0      ffffffffa00e5470        Uninitialize+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.575943] 90 54 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [29] 0x0e8      ffffffffa00e5490        SetCpuFanStatus+0x0/0xe0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.576944] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [30] 0x0f0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.578106] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [31] 0x0f8                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.578942] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [32] 0x100                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.579941] c0 3b 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [33] 0x108      ffffffffa00e3bc0        CheckMicropId+0x0/0x90 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.581105] 40 3b 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [34] 0x110      ffffffffa00e3b40        SetMicropId+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.581942] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [35] 0x118                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.582937] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [36] 0x120                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:5-9:24 kernel: [    4.584087] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [37] 0x128               (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.584937] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [38] 0x130                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.585936] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [39] 0x138                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.587106] 40 4f 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [40] 0x140      ffffffffa00e4f40        GetCPUInfo+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.587935] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [41] 0x148                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.588932] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [42] 0x150                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.590081] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [43] 0x158                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.590932] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [44] 0x160                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.591930] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [45] 0x168                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.593067] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [46] 0x170                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.593929] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [47] 0x178                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.594927] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [48] 0x180                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.596056] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [49] 0x188                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.596927] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [50] 0x190                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.597925] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [51] 0x198                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.599062]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.599080] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:61> Finished printing memory at ffffffffa00edf20
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.599938] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [6] originally GetFanStatusMircopWithGPIO [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e5690> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.602086] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [7] originally SetFanStatus [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e5590> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.602938] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [10] originally SetDiskLedStatusBySataMvGPIO [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e5a60> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.605086] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [11] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.605929] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [15] originally SetGpioPin [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e4e70> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.608021] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [16] originally GetGpioPin [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e4ef0> will now be shim_get_gpio_pin_usable [redpill]<ffffffffa00067f0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.608921] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [17] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong_trace [redpill]<ffffffffa00069f0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.611054] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [22] originally SetAlarmLed [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e5570> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.611923] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [23] originally GetBuzzerCleared [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e4e10> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.614066] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [24] originally SetBuzzerClear [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e4de0> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.614923] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> -mfgBIOS vtable [29] originally SetCpuFanStatus [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e5490> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.617069] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [30] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.617912] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [31] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.620060] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [33] originally CheckMicropId [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e3bc0> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.620916] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [34] originally SetMicropId [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e3b40> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.623047] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:105> Native RTC supported - not enabling proxy (emulate_rtc=0)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.623905] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:48> Will print 416 bytes of memory from ffffffffa00edd80
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.624903] 40 e0 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [00] 0x000      ffffffffa00ee040        __this_module+0x0/0xffffffffffff81c8 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.626033] a0 4d 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [01] 0x008      ffffffffa00e4da0        GetBrand+0x0/0x10 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.626902] 50 57 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [02] 0x010      ffffffffa00e5750        GetModel+0x0/0x250 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.627901] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [03] 0x018                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.629010] c0 47 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [04] 0x020      ffffffffa00e47c0        rtc_bandon_get_time+0x0/0x1a0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.629904] 20 4a 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [05] 0x028      ffffffffa00e4a20        rtc_bandon_set_time+0x0/0x350 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.630901] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [06] 0x030      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.632054] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [07] 0x038      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.632898] 70 56 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [08] 0x040      ffffffffa00e5670        GetSysTemperature+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.633897] d0 52 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [09] 0x048      ffffffffa00e52d0        GetCpuTemperatureI3Transfer+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.635051] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [10] 0x050      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.635899] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [11] 0x058      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.636894] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [12] 0x060                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.638023] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [13] 0x068                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.638885] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [14] 0x070                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.639891] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [15] 0x078      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.640986] f0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [16] 0x080      ffffffffa00067f0        shim_get_gpio_pin_usable+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.641892] f0 69 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [17] 0x088      ffffffffa00069f0        shim_null_zero_ulong_trace+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.642890] 60 49 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [18] 0x090      ffffffffa00e4960        rtc_bandon_set_auto_poweron+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.644051] 10 45 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [19] 0x098      ffffffffa00e4510        rtc_get_auto_poweron+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.644888] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [20] 0x0a0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.645887] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [21] -0x0a8               (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.647030] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [22] 0x0b0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.647886] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [23] 0x0b8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.648884] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [24] 0x0c0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.650014] 40 4e 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [25] 0x0c8      ffffffffa00e4e40        GetPowerStatus+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.650883] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [26] 0x0d0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.651881] b0 4d 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [27] 0x0d8      ffffffffa00e4db0        InitModuleType+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.653005] 70 54 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [28] 0x0e0      ffffffffa00e5470        Uninitialize+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.653881] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [29] 0x0e8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.654879] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [30] 0x0f0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.656018] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [31] 0x0f8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.656881] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [32] 0x100                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.657877] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [33] 0x108      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.659005] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [34] 0x110      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.659877] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [35] 0x118                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.660874] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [36] 0x120                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.662023] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [37] 0x128                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.662876] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [38] 0x130                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.663872] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [39] 0x138                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.665009] 40 4f 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [40] 0x140      ffffffffa00e4f40        GetCPUInfo+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.665892] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [41] 0x148                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.666890] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [42] 0x150                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.667998] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [43] 0x158                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.668890] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [44] 0x160                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.669888] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [45] 0x168                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.670998] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [46] 0x170                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.671892] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [47] 0x178                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.672890] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [48] 0x180                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.674060] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [49] 0x188                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.674887] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [50] 0x190                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.675887] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [51] 0x198                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.677040]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.677057] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:61> Finished printing memory at ffffffffa00edf20
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.677888] <redpill/bios_shim.c:119> bromolow_synobios BIOS *early* shimmed
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.678985] 2021-8-19 9:59:23 UTC
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.679003] synobios: load, major number 201
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.679021] Brand: Synology
Aug 19 09:59:24 -kernel: [    4.679038] Model: DS-3615xs
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.679056] set group disks wakeup number to 4, spinup time deno 7
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.679906] synobios cpu_arch proc entry initialized
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.679941] synobios crypto_hw proc entry initialized
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.679958] synobios syno_platform proc entry initialized
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.679976] synobios open /dev/ttyS1 success
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.679994] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:48> Will print 416 bytes of memory from ffffffffa00edd80
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.680888] 40 e0 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [00] 0x000      ffffffffa00ee040        __this_module+0x0/0xffffffffffff81c8 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.681884] a0 4d 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [01] 0x008      ffffffffa00e4da0        GetBrand+0x0/0x10 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.683053] 50 57 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [02] 0x010      ffffffffa00e5750        GetModel+0x0/0x250 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.683880] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [03] 0x018                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.684877] c0 47 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [04] 0x020      ffffffffa00e47c0        rtc_bandon_get_time+0x0/0x1a0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.686106] 20 4a 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [05] 0x028      ffffffffa00e4a20        rtc_bandon_set_time+0x0/0x350 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.686869] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [06] 0x030                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.687864] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [07] 0x038      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.688909] 70 56 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [08] 0x040      ffffffffa00e5670        GetSysTemperature+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.689863] 50 52 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [09] 0x048      ffffffffa00e5250        GetCpuTemperatureDenlowI3Transfer+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.691827] 90 5b 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [10] 0x050      ffffffffa00e5b90        SetDiskLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.692863] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [11] 0x058      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.693870] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [12] 0x060                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.695043] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [13] 0x068                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.695873] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [14] 0x070                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.696870] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [15] 0x078      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.698046] f0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [16] 0x080      ffffffffa00067f0        shim_get_gpio_pin_usable+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.698869] f0 69 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [17] 0x088      ffffffffa00069f0        shim_null_zero_ulong_trace+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.699864] 60 49 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [18] 0x090      ffffffffa00e4960        rtc_bandon_set_auto_poweron+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.701014] 10 45 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [19] 0x098      ffffffffa00e4510        rtc_get_auto_poweron+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.701865] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [20] 0x0a0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.702863] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [21] 0x0a8                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.703986] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [22] 0x0b0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.704862] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [23] 0x0b8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.705860] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [24] 0x0c0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.706983] 40 4e 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [25] 0x0c8      ffffffffa00e4e40        GetPowerStatus+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.707859] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [26] 0x0d0               - (null)                 (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.708857] b0 4d 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [27] 0x0d8      ffffffffa00e4db0        InitModuleType+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.709984] 70 54 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [28] 0x0e0      ffffffffa00e5470        Uninitialize+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.710857] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [29] 0x0e8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.711855] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [30] 0x0f0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.712972] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [31] 0x0f8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.713854] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [32] 0x100                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.714853] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [33] 0x108      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.715994] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [34] 0x110      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.716852] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [35] 0x118                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.717850] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [36] 0x120                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.718983] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [37] 0x128                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.719849] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [38] 0x130                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.720848] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [39] 0x138                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.721983] 40 4f 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [40] 0x140      ffffffffa00e4f40        GetCPUInfo+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.722849] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [41] 0x148                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.723845] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [42] 0x150                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.724969] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [43] 0x158                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.725844] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [44] 0x160                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.726842] 10 54 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [45] 0x168      ffffffffa00e5410        HWMONGetFanSpeedRPMFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.727951] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [46] 0x170                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.728842] b0 53 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [47] 0x178      ffffffffa00e53b0        HWMONGetVoltageSensorFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.729840] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [48] 0x180                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.730961] 50 53 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [49] 0x188      ffffffffa00e5350        HWMONGetThermalSensorFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.731839] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [50] 0x190                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.732838] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [51] 0x198                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.733961]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.733978] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:61> Finished printing memory at ffffffffa00edf20
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.734845] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [6] originally           (null)<          (null)> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.736953] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:31> mfgBIOS vtable [10] originally SetDiskLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO [bromolow_synobios]<ffffffffa00e5b90> will now be shim_null_zero_ulong [redpill]<ffffffffa00067e0>
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.737835] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:105> Native RTC supported - not enabling proxy (emulate_rtc=0)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.738834] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:48> Will print 416 bytes of memory from ffffffffa00edd80
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.739951] 40 e0 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [00] 0x000      ffffffffa00ee040        __this_module+0x0/0xffffffffffff81c8 [bromolo-w_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.740831] a0 4d 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [01] 0x008      ffffffffa00e4da0        GetBrand+0x0/0x10 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.741831] 50 57 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [02] 0x010      ffffffffa00e5750        GetModel+0x0/0x250 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.742938] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [03] 0x018                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.743829] c0 47 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [04] 0x020      ffffffffa00e47c0        rtc_bandon_get_time+0x0/0x1a0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.744829] 20 4a 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [05] 0x028      ffffffffa00e4a20        rtc_bandon_set_time+0x0/0x350 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.745950] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [06] 0x030      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.746827] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [07] 0x038      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.747826] 70 56 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [08] 0x040      ffffffffa00e5670        GetSysTemperature+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.748925] 50 52 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [09] 0x048      ffffffffa00e5250        GetCpuTemperatureDenlowI3Transfer+0x0/0x80 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.749825] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [10] 0x050      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.750823] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [11] 0x058      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.751931] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [12] 0x060                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.752823] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [13] 0x068                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.753820] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [14] 0x070                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.754936] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [15] 0x078      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.755820] f0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [16] 0x080      ffffffffa00067f0        shim_get_gpio_pin_usable+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.756818] f0 69 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [17] 0x088      ffffffffa00069f0        shim_null_zero_ulong_trace+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.757934] 60 49 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [18] 0x090      ffffffffa00e4960        rtc_bandon_set_auto_poweron+0x0/0xc0 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.758818] 10 45 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [19] 0x098      ffffffffa00e4510        rtc_get_auto_poweron+0x0/0x50 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.759817] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [20] 0x0a0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.760888] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [21] 0x0a8                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.761814] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [22] 0x0b0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.762813] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [23] 0x0b8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.763930] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [24] 0x0c0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.764813] 40 4e 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [25] 0x0c8      ffffffffa00e4e40        GetPowerStatus+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.765811] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [26] 0x0d0                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.766933] b0 4d 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [27] 0x0d8      ffffffffa00e4db0        InitModuleType+0x0/0x30 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.767810] 70 54 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [28] 0x0e0      ffffffffa00e5470        Uninitialize+0x0/0x20 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.768810] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [29] 0x0e8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.769936] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [30] 0x0f0      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.770809] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [31] 0x0f8      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [   - 4.771806] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [32] 0x100               (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.772938] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [33] 0x108      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.773806] e0 67 00 a0 ff ff ff ff  [34] 0x110      ffffffffa00067e0        shim_null_zero_ulong+0x0/0x10 [redpill]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.774804] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [35] 0x118                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.775922] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [36] 0x120                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.776803] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [37] 0x128                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.777802] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [38] 0x130                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.778910] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [39] 0x138                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.779801] 40 4f 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [40] 0x140      ffffffffa00e4f40        GetCPUInfo+0x0/0x70 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.780799] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [41] 0x148                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.781922] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [42] 0x150                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.782798] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [43] 0x158                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.783796] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [44] 0x160                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.784911] 10 54 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [45] 0x168      ffffffffa00e5410        HWMONGetFanSpeedRPMFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.785796] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [46] 0x170                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.786793] b0 53 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [47] 0x178      ffffffffa00e53b0        HWMONGetVoltageSensorFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.787921] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [48] 0x180                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.788793] 50 53 0e a0 ff ff ff ff  [49] 0x188      ffffffffa00e5350        HWMONGetThermalSensorFromADT+0x0/0x60 [bromolow_synobios]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.789792] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [50] 0x190                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.790918] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  [51] 0x198                (null)                  (null)
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.791791]
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.791808] <redpill/bios_shims_collection.c:61> Finished printing memory at ffffffffa00edf20
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.792791] <redpill/bios_shim.c:117> bromolow_synobios BIOS *fully* shimmed
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    4.926672] e1000e 0000:03:00.0: irq 73 for MSI/MSI-X
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    5.027598] e1000e 0000:03:00.0: irq 73 for MSI/MSI-X
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    5.032637] e1000e: eth0 NIC Link is Up 1000 Mbps Full Duplex, Flow Control: None
Aug 19 09:59:24 kernel: [    6.062912] <redpill/intercept_execve.c:92> Blocked /usr/syno/bin/syno_pstore_collect from running
Aug 19 09:59:30 findhostd: partition_check_layout.c:133 sdb: dont contain partition [1]
Aug 19 09:59:30 findhostd: partition_check_layout.c:133 sdb: dont contain partition [2]
Aug 19 09:59:30 findhostd: ninstaller.c:781 Dev: sdb, DiskPath: /dev/sdb, Partition version: [not syno partition]
Aug 19 09:59:30 findhostd: ninstaller.c:1394 SYSTEM_NOT_INSTALLED: Raid but md0 or md1 not exist
Aug 19 09:59:30 findhostd: ninstaller.c:1462 SYSTEM_NOT_INSTALLED: Not SynoParitition and Not Recoverable
Aug 19 09:59:30 findhostd: ninstaller.c:1367(FillUpgradeVolumeInfo): gszUpgradeVolDev = /dev/md0
Aug 19 09:59:30 findhostd: ninstaller.c:1368(FillUpgradeVolumeInfo): gszUpgradeVolMnt = /tmpData
Aug 19 09:59:30 findhostd: ninstaller.c:1477 gblSupportRaid: 1, gSysStatus: 3, gblCreateDataVol: 0, gblSystemRecoverable: 0
Aug 19 09:59:30 avahi-daemon[5836]: /etc/avahi/services/http.service: parse failure: service group incomplete.
Aug 19 09:59:30 avahi-daemon[5836]: Failed to load service group file /etc/avahi/services/http.service, ignoring.
Aug 19 09:59:31 kernel: [   13.105-085] usbcore: registered new interface driver usbhid
Aug 19 09:59:31 kernel: [   13.105903] usbhid: USB HID core driver
Aug 19 09:59:40 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param action=get_state
Aug 19 09:59:40 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param _dc=1629367177900
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:306 Failed to get root partition version
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param action=get_state
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param _dc=1629367177900
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:306 Failed to get root partition version
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: autocleanup/mount.c:19 run '/usr/bin/mount /dev/md0 /_disk'
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: autocleanup/mount.c:30 mount's exit status is non-zero, 255
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: autocleanup/mount.c:72 mount point creation failed, so skip unmounting
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: autocleanup/directory.c:38 remove directory /_disk, result is 0
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:284 unable to get dsm version from disk device
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:347 unable to append query string of disk dsm version
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param action=get_state
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param _dc=1629367177900
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:306 Failed to get root partition version
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: partition_check_layout.c:133 sdb: dont contain partition [1]
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: partition_check_layout.c:133 sdb: dont contain partition [2]
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:781 Dev: sdb, DiskPath: /dev/sdb, Partition version: [not syno partition]
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1394 SYSTEM_NOT_INSTALLED: Raid but md0 or md1 not exist
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1462 SYSTEM_NOT_INSTALLED: Not SynoParitition and Not Recoverable
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1367(FillUpgradeVolumeInfo): gszUpgradeVolDev = /dev/md0
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1368(FillUpgradeVolumeInfo): gszUpgradeVolMnt = /tmpData
Aug 19 09:59:38 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1477 gblSupportRaid: 1, gSysStatus: 3, gblCreateDataVol: 0, gblSystemRecoverable: 0
Aug 19 09:59:38 synossdcache: ninstaller.c:224 Mount partion /dev/md0 /tmpRoot
Aug 19 09:59:38 synossdcache: ninstaller.c:237 mount  partition failed. dev=/dev/md0, path=/tmpRoot
Aug 19 09:59:38 synossdcache: synossdcache.c:29 Fail to mount [/dev/md0] to [/tmpRoot]
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param action=get_state
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param _dc=1629367221200
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param _dc=1629367221200
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:306 Failed to get root partition version
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param action=get_state
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param _dc=1629367221200
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param _dc=1629367221200
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:306 Failed to get root partition version
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: autocleanup/mount.c:19 run '/usr/bin/mount /dev/md0 /_disk'
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: autocleanup/mount.c:30 mount's exit status is non-zero, 255
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: autocleanup/mount.c:72 mount point creation failed, so skip unmounting
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: autocleanup/directory.c:38 remove directory /_disk, result is 0
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:284 unable to get dsm version from disk device
Aug 19 10:00:20 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:347 unable to append query string of disk dsm version
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param action=get_state
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param _dc=1629367221200
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:2130 Unknown param _dc=1629367221200
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: synoupgrade.c:306 Failed to get root partition version
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: partition_check_layout.c:133 sdb: dont- contain partition [1]
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: partition_check_layout.c:133 sdb: dont contain partition [2]
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:781 Dev: sdb, DiskPath: /dev/sdb, Partition version: [not syno partition]
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1394 SYSTEM_NOT_INSTALLED: Raid but md0 or md1 not exist
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1462 SYSTEM_NOT_INSTALLED: Not SynoParitition and Not Recoverable
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1367(FillUpgradeVolumeInfo): gszUpgradeVolDev = /dev/md0
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1368(FillUpgradeVolumeInfo): gszUpgradeVolMnt = /tmpData
Aug 19 10:00:21 synoupgrade: ninstaller.c:1477 gblSupportRaid: 1, gSysStatus: 3, gblCreateDataVol: 0, gblSystemRecoverable: 0
Aug 19 10:00:21 synossdcache: ninstaller.c:224 Mount partion /dev/md0 /tmpRoot
Aug 19 10:00:21 synossdcache: ninstaller.c:237 mount  partition failed. dev=/dev/md0, path=/tmpRoot
Aug 19 10:00:21 synossdcache: synossdcache.c:29 Fail to mount [/dev/md0] to [/tmpRoot]
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: install.c:1076 Unknown param localinstallreq=false
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: install.c:1076 Unknown param _dc=1629367224700
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: partition_check_layout.c:133 sdb: dont contain partition [1]
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: partition_check_layout.c:133 sdb: dont contain partition [2]
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:781 Dev: sdb, DiskPath: /dev/sdb, Partition version: [not syno partition]
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:1394 SYSTEM_NOT_INSTALLED: Raid but md0 or md1 not exist
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:1462 SYSTEM_NOT_INSTALLED: Not SynoParitition and Not Recoverable
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:1367(FillUpgradeVolumeInfo): gszUpgradeVolDev = /dev/md0
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:1368(FillUpgradeVolumeInfo): gszUpgradeVolMnt = /tmpData
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:1477 gblSupportRaid: 1, gSysStatus: 3, gblCreateDataVol: 0, gblSystemRecoverable: 0
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: synoupgrade.c:801 system status = 3
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:2501 CreateDataVol=[0]
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:253 umount partition /tmpData
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:265 Fail to rmdir(/tmpData) [No such file or directory]
Aug 19 10:00:22 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:2523 installer cmd=[/usr/syno/sbin/installer.sh -r   >> /tmp/installer_sh.log 2>&1]
Aug 19 10:00:22 burnin: B1 not started
Aug 19 10:00:22 umount: can't umount /volume1: Invalid argument
Aug 19 10:00:22 synodiskport: external/external_disk_port_check.c:112 expected sdx or /dev/sdx, not md, not match any port type
Aug 19 10:00:22 raidtool: partition_clean.c:48 Failed to do '/sbin/sfdisk --fast-delete -1 /dev/sdb'
Aug 19 10:00:25 synodiskport: external/external_disk_port_check.c:112 expected sdx or /dev/sdx, not md, not match any port type
Aug 19 10:00:25 kernel: [   69.815468] md: bind<sdb1>
Aug 19 10:00:25 kernel: [   69.816125] md/raid1:md0: active with 1 out of 15 mirrors
Aug 19 10:00:25 kernel: [   69.818454] md0: detected capacity change from 0 to 2549940224
Aug 19 10:00:25 synodiskport: external/external_disk_port_check.c:112 expected sdx or /dev/sdx, not md, not match any port type
Aug 19 10:00:28 synodiskport: external/external_disk_port_check.c:112 expected sdx or /dev/sdx, not md, not match any port type
Aug 19 10:00:28 kernel: [   72.832557] md: bind<sdb2>
Aug 19 10:00:28 kernel: [   72.833161] md/raid1:md1: active with 1 out of 15 mirrors
Aug 19 10:00:28 raidtool: raidtool.c:717 system inited on [/dev/sdb1 ], [/dev/sdb2 ]
Aug 19 10:00:28 kernel: [   72.835479] md1: detected capacity change from 0 to 2147418112
Aug 19 10:00:28 synodiskport: external/external_disk_port_check.c:112 expected sdx or /dev/sdx, not md, not match any port type
Aug 19 10:00:28 kernel: [   72.840902]  md1: unknown partition table
Aug 19 10:00:28 kernel: [   72.852199]  md0: unknown partition table
Aug 19 10:00:29 kernel: [   74.277247] EXT4-fs (md0): barriers disabled
Aug 19 10:00:29 kernel: [   74.287594] EXT4-fs (md0): mounte-d filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts:
Aug 19 10:05:57 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:224 Mount partion /dev/md0 /tmpRoot
Aug 19 10:05:57 kernel: [  401.426347] EXT4-fs (md0): barriers disabled
Aug 19 10:05:57 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:253 umount partition /tmpRoot
Aug 19 10:05:57 kernel: [  401.438189] EXT4-fs (md0): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts:
Aug 19 10:05:57 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:2561 retv=[0]
Aug 19 10:05:57 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:2566(ErrFHOSTDoFdiskFormat) retv=[0]
Aug 19 10:05:57 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:224 Mount partion /dev/md0 /tmpData
Aug 19 10:05:57 kernel: [  401.445412] EXT4-fs (md0): barriers disabled
Aug 19 10:05:57 kernel: [  401.455667] EXT4-fs (md0): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts:
Aug 19 10:06:04 install.cgi: synoupgrade.c:1697 Extracting VERSION from Old Patch Format [/tmpData/@autoupdate/upload.pat][/tmpData/@autoupdate]
Aug 19 10:06:04 install.cgi: synopartition.c:340 Patch version is: [25556], ignore the partition version check
Aug 19 10:06:04 install.cgi: Remove /tmpData/upd@te...cmd=[/bin/rm -rf /tmpData/upd@te > /dev/null 2>&1]
Aug 19 10:06:04 install.cgi: Create /tmpData/upd@te...cmd=[/bin/mkdir -p /tmpData/upd@te > /dev/null 2>&1]
Aug 19 10:06:04 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:1836 Extracting Old Patch Format [/tmpData/upd@te.pat][/tmpData/upd@te]
Aug 19 10:06:04 install.cgi: Untar /tmpData/upd@te.pat...cmd=[/bin/tar xpf "/tmpData/upd@te.pat" -C /tmpData/upd@te > /dev/null 2>&1]
Aug 19 10:06:04 install.cgi: Verify codesign of [/tmpData/upd@te]...
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (VERSION) = ef19f99adfaae0ed1381ef5cc92cd5a83a1df4b5f532852cc599219536f83899
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: VERSION: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (zImage) = 3606f47a10aee6f50f160f17e5d48e93ff5dd3a0500563bc8cfb10ba3e9c31a1
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: zImage: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (updater) = 21e19b9ecdf8352b036d23e829aeb6419cc9bbcef1f8985c7297bd9a426229d5
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: updater: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (GRUB_VER) = b8fa7558e3852ef0afa7eeb32ec6f0c51db8d432ee4b84b9a487b9f2696479e2
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: GRUB_VER: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (rd.gz) = 8827b7a49d9488da69fb6e8a5dad024dc91282160c48f9d69b3d1f782c3c80e7
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: rd.gz: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (grub_cksum.syno) = fa62f715f04b8e6d09ac4253db7ce9a7450858e1a73e7b85eca0c5e1074b8e6a
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: grub_cksum.syno: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (H2OFFT-Lx64) = 2db64c1694c2e0e86f9650e53e94c751b6a7e9ac55ee7b516c353858455c726a
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: H2OFFT-Lx64: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (bios.ROM) = a61a3746c63b47f7808a720556cbe6bed147132b2d61364a82e15bf9296515c1
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: bios.ROM: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (isfl_drv_x64.ko) = 709a270af2f0f56b32455a172c2f267c7f695f906ee678dd62156a354a867a16
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: isfl_drv_x64.ko: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (isfl_drv_x64_3_2_40.ko) = 7b7dc2b8324b2892df2a216a776a9a1be5ec08b376a4a1ffda5deae2101362de
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: isfl_drv_x64_3_2_40.ko: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (lfdd_drv.ko) = 46101a67e05ccde0ce887a40969e91edc72f9fee88dca1f2832fc7988a5b457b
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: lfdd_drv.ko: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (lfdd_drv_3_2_40.ko) = 20e4bb7f9554ef3081a01996f5864f1beba8b516eb4146a4632627060294660a
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: lfdd_drv_3_2_40.ko: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (platform.ini) = 8421b0d12fba8a9db28923a5cde1be6025878ec08b658a113d08f24bab315b14
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: platform.ini: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (stage2) = caa17bbc214288894dce39e5fe7e57639e3d5a845cfeb1c15373394f1ebc30aa
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: stage2: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (SynoBootLoader.efi) = 58442334fdb5798c21607b289adb58218a50cd80df6a36657a1c7a0df95ac792
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: SynoBootLoader.efi: OK
Aug 19 10-:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (hda1.tgz) = 8d66a58a6202afce97044234f1e70ac80b24969e5a09634bb6379ef73d75ed17
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: hda1.tgz: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (indexdb.txz) = 6d90afb02ce0a432a87131a9bff9ef218ab046c5f9df2a359b3e815ba5ae9b3c
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: indexdb.txz: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (synohdpack_img.txz) = 79751d8bd2fda371bd719a95bdf83be46ac6f8931c51576f00ce212214f5bb51
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: synohdpack_img.txz: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (packages/USBCopy-x86_64-2.1.1-0081.spk) = bbee4d2e0a55c052a0e6b645a836f9686d6c21975e47356ab2826354419ac730
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: packages/USBCopy-x86_64-2.1.1-0081.spk: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (packages/SynologyUniversalSearch-x86_64-1.5.1-0316.spk) = 1a081a824bfb39c986c63db56b88a92681ea17a35facc9594e324ee077e62337
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: packages/SynologyUniversalSearch-x86_64-1.5.1-0316.spk: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (packages/OAuthService-x86_64-1.0.4-0031.spk) = 6b62dacc57fbdc591aeac66f1a44745da5baa6d9f8f1969e6478d338cd35148f
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: packages/OAuthService-x86_64-1.0.4-0031.spk: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (packages/LogCenter-x86_64-1.1.5-0129.spk) = 44aeeb6def086ea03af2bff8f830a913959e9e4fb12af80280d9978dfe605b0b
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: packages/LogCenter-x86_64-1.1.5-0129.spk: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (packages/HighAvailability-bromolow-2.0.8-0579.spk) = 5b0b791123565416e4f76c5f4b744a51e0e7693b74f0b96b8a5de35746cc2218
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: packages/HighAvailability-bromolow-2.0.8-0579.spk: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (packages/FileStation-x86_64-1.2.8-0293.spk) = d7638eb783a685c7b0342e583ab7df4df4828d872348dae00610450ff6af8bc9
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: packages/FileStation-x86_64-1.2.8-0293.spk: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/chs/strings) = 2567d41284c242d6d83a2a6dbf9b8185898082373d7243141d22e6222c135f64
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/chs/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/cht/strings) = d1a78a3110c8217d1a7287f57552273d672cf753edf02589592fc6b6c5308459
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/cht/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/csy/strings) = 2671631ee7f2741cbafe65859d47fb837bcf9019f43fd37222bb8a3d797dedd1
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/csy/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/dan/strings) = 5e0498d1d9a0779d927d73f764f37814dd519b3b7d86d134345c8345356017d8
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/dan/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/enu/strings) = e0c8011e4fd38aa9453a2fa5f20ae74c48ada7ed06bbd270bf07e1ffe69dd9b7
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/enu/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/fre/strings) = b795f18961701f83de51c6921c0f027f2fca66f2f49f73590d1a3a8cec69658a
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/fre/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/ger/strings) = 2c21c0ab04cc41ad972d9fd52bbb7de20e17434f3480b12afa65177435d7ffeb
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/ger/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/hun/strings) = 7e9416646cbcda1663d86c942a4d476d9c65ae4625138d7bb4fc6e3aa404c778
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/hun/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/ita/strings) = 61f796e6110da9baf080caa23b8b7ec1cd58e68534cbb1266b281a8650c922bf
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/ita/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/jpn/strings) = eaecda5f202d4dd46a0497376c5f090addfa13dd91fc0d5cad3b945bd76829d3
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/jpn/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/krn/strings) = 77597f4496cc1af1812099c21a571963845682c64065275fb75dd4930ed7b379
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/krn/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/nld/strings) = d525a152a06d04e4a9e9d8b410bd11ff68a5f6200445875791ed4a1f8472107a
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/nld/strings: OK
Aug -19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/nor/strings) = a02aa4439a879ec43640e9b5c3f6bd77d028a308dbc9e5572849b0f6aeed85b6
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/nor/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/plk/strings) = 5dff375f33da505d6ab15a8648f68ee5f3bbb525b0df2e46c94b387e46d53104
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/plk/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/ptb/strings) = 33deb5595837d400a227d863ab5b1caa86eadda911ec6f017cf04b507fd0d09b
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/ptb/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/ptg/strings) = ac70c6b12b5a51922cf5bf72f16b3f2343121f1a4994a2649480604df5dadf2e
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/ptg/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/rus/strings) = 6ba1ccf7d4e0ab73d63fd9e6678bee353d2edcfaf9bc8a9908fc7bfc8decc9d7
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/rus/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/spn/strings) = 5e24e17a21d84645aa550b1309b745afffb6aaab57ef07dda51fe67abcd4745b
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/spn/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/sve/strings) = 4424fca0de97f845679c32dcc86cd7ab44536727f239921547e94fa67c5d5295
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/sve/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/tha/strings) = 9d0ae6dba08a64493808f0b4324e097bc1e67846c22bced5cd1edf5ee8aeff06
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/tha/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (texts/trk/strings) = 084593872dfd70df3ca05c5657377d6881f2ae431c36d881b79f73f021e9e92d
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: texts/trk/strings: OK
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: BLAKE2b-256 (DiskCompatibilityDB.tar) = 2400ab1ead6f7111d455980f78dcc7d3b5b3c45514e8692bcc413f91bd0ddd6d
Aug 19 10:06:05 synocodesign: DiskCompatibilityDB.tar: OK
Aug 19 10:06:06 install.cgi: RemoveUpgradeFile: Remove /tmpData/upd@te.pat...
Aug 19 10:06:06 install.cgi: Verify checksum of [/tmpData/upd@te]...
Aug 19 10:06:06 install.cgi: Pass checksum of /tmpData/upd@te...
Aug 19 10:06:06 login[5951]: root login on 'console'
Aug 19 10:06:07 install.cgi: synopartition.c:340 Patch version is: [25556], ignore the partition version check
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:6554 Start of the updater...
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:3114 orgBuildNumber = 25556, newBuildNumber=25556
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater_util.c:119 fail to read company in /tmpRoot//etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: file_check_key_value.c:25 SLIBCFileGetKeyValue(runccc) failed [0x0900 file_get_key_value.c:29]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:6825 ==== Start flash update ====
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:6829 This is X86 platform
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:6846 The SynoBoot partitions exist.
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:3982 SYNORedBootUpdCheckAndApply(3982): Skip bootloader update, no uboot_do_upd.sh exists
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:526 fail to backup images. cp -f /tmp/bootmnt/zImage /tmpData/synob@ckup
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:594 checksum generated by [/bin/grep -i zImage checksum.syno >> /tmp/checksum.syno.tmp]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:623 file [zImage] is being copied to [/tmp/bootmnt]
Aug 19 10:06:07 kernel: [  411.636409] EXT2-fs (synoboot2): error: ext2_free_branches: Read failure, inode=13, block=1027
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:627 fail to install patch.
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:6978 failed to install images
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:727 Restoring [zImage]
Aug 19 10:06:07 kernel: [  411.664722] EXT2-fs (synoboot2): error: ext2_free_branches: Read failure, inode=13, block=1028
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:738 Copying file [/tmpData/synob@ckup/zImage] as [/tmp/bootmnt/zImage], result[0]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:727 Restoring [rd.gz]
Aug 19 10:06:07 kernel: [  411.690589] EXT2-fs (synoboot2): error: ext2_free_branches: Read failure, inode=15, block=1040
Aug 19 10:06:07 kernel: [  411.693585] EXT2-fs (synoboot2): error: ext2_free_branches: Read failure, inode=15, block=1041
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:74-1 Removing file [/tmp/bootmnt/rd.gz], result[0]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:724 Skip restoring [vendor]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:727 Restoring [grub_cksum.syno]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:741 Removing file [/tmp/bootmnt/grub_cksum.syno], result[0]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:727 Restoring [hda1.tgz]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:741 Removing file [/tmp/bootmnt/hda1.tgz], result[-1]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:745 Restore [hda1.tgz] fail, remove it from synoboot
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:727 Restoring [updater]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:741 Removing file [/tmp/bootmnt/updater], result[-1]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:745 Restore [updater] fail, remove it from synoboot
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:727 Restoring [VERSION]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:741 Removing file [/tmp/bootmnt/VERSION], result[-1]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:745 Restore [VERSION] fail, remove it from synoboot
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:727 Restoring [checksum.syno]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:741 Removing file [/tmp/bootmnt/checksum.syno], result[-1]
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:745 Restore [checksum.syno] fail, remove it from synoboot
Aug 19 10:06:07 kernel: [  411.701723] attempt to access beyond end of device
Aug 19 10:06:07 kernel: [  411.702531] synoboot2: rw=1, want=12324, limit=2048
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:3013 No need to reset reason for v.25556
Aug 19 10:06:07 updater: updater.c:7398 Failed to accomplish the update! (errno = 16)
Aug 19 10:06:07 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:2024 Executing [/tmpData/upd@te/updater -v /tmpData > /dev/null 2>&1] error[16]
Aug 19 10:06:10 install.cgi: ErrFHOSTCleanPatchDirFile: After updating /tmpData/upd@te...cmd=[/bin/rm -rf /tmpData/upd@te > /dev/null 2>&1]
Aug 19 10:06:10 install.cgi: ErrFHOSTCleanPatchDirFile: Remove /tmpData/upd@te.pat...
Aug 19 10:06:10 install.cgi: ErrFHOSTDoUpgrade(2710): child process failed, retv=-16
Aug 19 10:06:10 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:2730(ErrFHOSTDoUpgrade) err=[-1]
Aug 19 10:06:10 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:2746(ErrFHOSTDoUpgrade) retv=[-16]
Aug 19 10:06:10 install.cgi: install.c:948 Upgrade by the manual patch fail.
Aug 19 10:06:10 install.cgi: install.c:1285 Upgrade by the uploaded patch /tmpData/@autoupdate/upload.pat fail.
Jan  1 00:00:00 install.cgi: ninstaller.c:253 umount partition /tmpData
Jan  1 00:01:38 login[6757]: root login on 'console'
Jan  1 00:04:21 login[6768]: root login on 'console'

 

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@ThorGroup

 

Serial muting (e.g. on 918+) has now its own page

 

May I know if this is related to serial number or other?  the major difference between redpill and jun's loader is redpill prohitbited many of the synology service.  

I used to have a correct 918 serial number to use with 6.2.3.  Is it reccommend or not to use the real serial (regardless of using quickconnect, etc) in redpill?

 

 

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On 8/18/2021 at 5:07 PM, titoum said:


tbh, for normal home user appliance...i dont see the added value of esx. 
i have now baremetal with WOL and a safenet shutdown time in case i forget to power it off.

 

nvidia shield is fully capable to decode whatever is throw at it so i like the keep it simple approach :-)

Does that mean you are running Plex Server on the Shield and Xpenology is just serving the storage side of things?

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1 hour ago, ThorGroup said:

We've got more progress notes. As with every update we have something big today too :)

 

Revamped loading schema
This seems like an implementation detail which isn't important at all. However, this change is a milestone in making the kernel module stable and robust.

Previously we went with a naive (but working!) method of simply throwing "insmod rp.ko" into the first bash file loaded after the kernel passes control to the user space. Well, it does work but it has many problems, which aren't obvious at first:

  • module loading is asynchronous (some things may overstep actions we take, especially on fast multicore CPUs)
    • this was responsible for rare but existing issue with synobios loading before we were able to shim some of its functions
  • some methods in the kernel aren't available
    •  dreaded issue https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/10 crashing many systems was the major reason pushing us to do this. For some reasons it was affecting mostly ESXi and KVM-accelerated QEmu (interestingly almost never affecting software emulation in QEmu, go figure) on Linux v4.
    • @jumkey@gadreel are the people we noted on GH but we remember many more posts in this thread.
  • things may already be too far gone to react to them
    • If you remember our previous post we had a "gotcha" with SATA-based booting. In essence the some/all drives were already probed and ready before we could even think about loading a kernel module. We solved this with virtually unplugging set drives and replugging them. Neat, but wouldn't it be nice to not do it? Well, now we can ;)


We had to get creative here. We knew that Jun's loader used to somehow load very early. From what we found we assumed it's some kexec trickery. Reading the kernel init process, starting from init/main.c which is probably one of the first files Linus Torvalds created (and which to this day carries the date of 1991 :)). The file contains a curious hint - a call to "load_default_modules()" which does only a single call to "load_default_elevator_module()". Connecting the dots with the Jun's "elevator" boot parameter and more digging in the kernel we figure out that we can not only load much earlier but more importantly do it while the kernel is still in its init stage (explained below). The kernel essentially ASKS us to load the RedPill module - what an irony, isn't it?


So how does that trick work?!
Loading kernel modules is complex. However, in short there are two distinct ways for them to load: from userspace or from kernel space. The latter is kind of misleading since the kernel, after doing some checks, calls /sbin/modprobe to actually load the module (see `kmod.c`). This path is hardcoded in the kernel. Usually it's a symlink to a kmod utility which uses userspace syscalls to load the module.

 

Here comes the less-intuitive part. RedPill LKM is loaded on the kernel's request. It happens because we specify the `elevator=elevator` boot param. This causes kernel to, very early in the boot process (in fact still being in the formal init-before-boot stage), request module named "elevator-iosched". There's nothing special in that name - it can be anything as long as the userspace and cmdline agree on the name. Our [fake `modprobe`](config/_common/iosched-trampoline.sh) checks (very loosely) if the requested module is `elevator-iosched` and triggers the standard force-insmod, then deletes itself. Keep in mind that our "modprobe" isn't actually overriding anything - preboot environment contains no `modprobe`as it has no concept of depmods (=modprobe would be useless).

 

Using I/O scheduler loading method over insmod-ing it in init allows us to load the LKM much earlier. While by itself it has advantages of simply being faster, it also carries another **very important** advantage: I/O scheduler, as mentioned earlier, is loaded during init stage. This means we can safely call methods which are marked with `__init` and potentially removed after init finishes.

 

So, you just added a file, right with a correct name?
Well, not quite, but this is the exact question someone asked internally seeing the commit in the load repo :D
Many things actually exploded as we assumed they are available. So the majority of the changes were actually in the kernel module itself. We described them below.

 

========================================================================

 

All changes below were a direct prerequisite to make the module load as I/O scheduler, and this is why it took a significant amount of time:

 

Kernel cmdline/boot params rewrite
From the beginning the cmdline sanitization functionality relied more-or-less on /proc subsystem. We already had issues with /proc not being mounted and had to switch to internal VFS lookup during https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/11 but loading as I/O scheduler opened a different can of worms. While /proc/cmdline is considered to be "always available", it is only true in the user space. Cmdline entry is initialized.... just after the I/O scheduler. Because of this we had to completely change how we replace the cmdline. It's less pretty but as robust as before.


SATA boot device shimming
Addressing VMWare folks we developed the SATA boot shim. It's much simpler than the USB one but it has many more edge cases. Loading the LKM as I/O scheduler uncovered another one: we're most likely loaded before SCSI sd driver. This is literally the first driver in the system which is loaded (as it's required on most of the systems to access the rootfs disk). However, now the module loads so early that we are there quicker than the driver itself. We added another edge case to it to listen for the driver loading and intercept it as it loads (which is actually cleaner and faster).
Of course, we kept all 3 methods (loading before driver, loading after driver but before disks, loading after driver and after disks). We can highly recommend reading the file comment for https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/blob/master/shim/boot_dev/sata_boot_shim.c


Fix mfgBIOS disk LED control race condition on 918+
Normally LEDs are controlled by sending an ioctl to mfgBIOS (if it exists). We replace the methods in synobios to capture and respond to these request. However, there's another edge case which happens only when the drives load just milliseconds slower than expected and land squarely DURING our mfgBIOS shimming. This will break a very special case in the mods syno did to the kernel.

 

On some platforms the kernel is used as a middle man to "translate" /dev/sdX entries to SCSI channels/hosts. In essence only the kernel knows which sdX is which physical SATA port. During disk detection the modified driver attempts to set LEDs state from WITHIN the kernel and forces an ioctl to mfgBIOS. If it's not ready yet it will end up a kernel panic half of the time. We fixed that by additionally shimming the custom syno kernel API. Since this doesn't always happen on our test systems don't be surprised if the LED shimming log entries appear in your log only sometimes.

 

========================================================================

 

Smaller yet noteworthy changes:

 

Single serial port operation on 918+!
Yes, finally! Since the horrible issue 10 https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/10 is now fixed we are confident to switch the 918+ platform to always use ttyS0. This means two things: 1) you can boot with a single serial port and not deal with switching, and 2) we will be able to debug on bare metal (because even a single COM is a luxury now).

 

execve() shimming is considered stable
After many iterations and multiple people reporting crashes in https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/3 we can say that part of the module is now stable. We know as soon as we put this in writing someone is gonna break it :lol: If that happens we will have to rewrite a part of it in assembler and we want to avoid it like fire.

 

Fix RTC proxy for "some" days of the month
It turns out the RTC proxy was working reliably ONLY during the last day of each month. See https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-lkm/issues/15

 

Dynamic version string
To make communication with people testing RedPill easier we decided to add a pseudo-version string to the kernel module. Now when the code is compiled it will check the last commit in the repo and embed its hash in the code. This means that you can see the version in at least four places:

  • modinfo redpill.ko
  • During initialization (e.g. RedPill v0.5-git-abcdef loading...)
  • When it crashes (e.g. RedPill v0.5-git-beefaa cannot be loaded...)
  • During unloading (e.g. RedPill v0.5-git-faaff unloading...)

 

Automatic panic on error
The loader will now deliberately halt the system when a serious error occurs. This should significantly improve debugging and bug reporting where something didn't work but it was missed as there were more logs covering it and the system "seemed" to work. Along with this we also increased the dmesg/printk buffer so that more logs are available in verbose boot mode (which was especially a problem in Linux v4 where syno set a smaller-than-default buffer).

 

Dev tools
We shared some dev tools which weren't previously in the repo (but as random files on our servers). They're ugly and most likely buggy but hey, they work (probably). These include, as of now, three utilities:

  • make_all in LKM repo - let's you mass-build the LKM for all variants we have now
  • inject_rp_ko in LKM repo - automates injection of RP LKM to an already built image
  • rebuild_all in LOAD repo - rebuilds all versions (usually we call it after make_all)

These utilities have no guarantees and may break any moment. They should not be used for any automation.

 

Documentation update

  • RTC docs are now available
  • More details about PMU<>kernel interaction
  • Serial muting (e.g. on 918+) has now its own page

 

========================================================================

 

We saw on GH that it's fixed now. Thank you for testing!

 

That is a very strange bug. Can you confirm what version of the LKM you're running (it should print "RedPill v0.5-git-"
somewhere in the dmesg).

 

 

We can definitely attest to that. Virtualization came a long way. We remember the times when it got that bad rep of being a performance killer. Nowadays, it's in the single digits percent points and sometimes may even be faster and utilize the hardware more (optimize memory paging, transparent compression, pages sharing etc). When paired with VirtIO drivers and a Linux OS it's amazing (less so with Windows but it's getting better as well).

 

From our perspective a passthrough controller + a good resources reservation is much more flexible than bare metal (especially when running on non-server hardware without IPMI).

 

 

You can pass pretty much any external (and even some internal) devices connected over PCI(e). From our experience, ESPECIALLY if you're running on non-server or dated hardware, Proxmox has a way superior support for that in comparison to ESXi. If you prefer unRAID it's nice as well and uses a similar tech to Proxmox.

 

There are SOME platforms where you can "split" devices and share a part of it. But if you didn't buy it specifically for that or/and it isn't a server-grade equipment it's almost certain it will not work. If you want to google around it's called SR-IOV.

 

 

Adding to that: 918+, despite the graphics showing 4, supports 10 drives no problem. We didn't test more but up to 12 should be safe.

 

 

We were able to replicate that when we reset the VM instead of shutting down. On normal reboot it does work... this is very strange. Just to confirm: are you using ESXi? If you can can you drop an issue in the redpill-load repo?
https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-load

 

 

Teeechnicallly it can be added straight to the ramdisk and loaded. However, this isn't a sustainable solution as ramdisk has significant memory constrains (and boot time).

 

What we are planning is to allow loading of driver simply from a folder of .ko's with a user-defined list in user_config to not load literally everything. That way we can have a common repo with all drivers and their binary versions and a quick script downloading some/all of them. This way the community doesn't need to prepare 55 driver packs but rather we can have a simple JSON file listing files to download and put into loader image (but not the ramdisk).

 

 

Someone is surely brave :D It's more stable now than even a week before but still we wouldn't recommend daily-driving it. At least not before the PMU is fully emulated because stuff like GPIO shim are just "nice to have" rather than "it must be there".

 

 

The new Ryzen's are beasts and are great for poking around. When we stabilize the loader we will for sure look at something from the v1000 lineup.

 

 

We will need a full log from dmesg and /var/log/messages. The error you have in the snippet isn't significant (it's fixed anyway) as your time updated from the internet.

 

 

Do you have anything in dmesg? This looks like a binary crash due to CPU instructions. If that happened it will be logged in dmesg for sure.

 

 

It's recommended to use q35 for everything (not just here). It's a much newer platform and support a proper PCIe passthrough.

I see you're recommending changing VirtIO to e1000e - is the VirtIO broken on unRAID?

 

 

Are you sure it's not indexing anything? scemd is a catch-all for various operations in DSM.

 

 

If you have any problems with passthru make sure you're using q35. If you're on something from HP you may have a problem with RMRR. Shoot us a PM if something - we went through good and bad with Proxmox many times :D

But you gonna be happy with the switch and the freedom of Debian base.

 

 

tried the new loader just now.

It wont boot nor no serial out.  

Serial0 stopped at the same place and serial2 has no output as well.

 

 

[    1.067248] Serial: 8250/16550 driver, 4 ports, IRQ sharing enabled
[    1.114879] serial8250: ttyS1 at I/O 0x2f8 (irq = 3, base_baud = 115200) is a 16550A
[    1.115803] console [ttyS0] enabled
[    1.116471] bootconsole [uart0] disabled
 

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I'm having real trouble now using Esxi 6.5 with redpill-DS3615xs_6.2.4-25556.

Looking at serial output it no longer shows that redpill is loaded.

 

rp.ko is present in usr/lib/modules/ and I can lnsmod it

 

It seems that the new method for loading rp.ko isn't working for me:

[    4.983894] I/O scheduler elevator not found

 

modprobe is located in the sbin folder and I can cat it's contents but when I try and run it I get permission denied.

 

serial2.outserial1.out

 

 

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@ThorGroup it’s true that virtualization has come a long way but for those that have server hardware dedicated for an xpenology setup like myself prefer baremetal, I thought that you guys said before that, support for that was in the cards, has that changed?  
 

thanks!

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21 hours ago, haydibe said:

.. and another update of the tool chain loader with fixed repo details for redpill-load and apollolake-7.0-41890

 

# Inofficial redpill toolchain image builder

- Creates a OCI Container (~= Docker) image based tool chain.

- Takes care of downloading (and caching) the required sources to compile redpill.ko and the required os packages that the build process depends on.

- Caches .pat downloads inside the container on the host.

- Configuration is done in the JSON file `global_config.json`; custom <platform_version> entries can be added underneath the `building_configs` block. Make sure the id is unique per block!

 

## Changes

-  Changes redpill-load sources for apollolake-7.0-41890 to https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-load.git and the master branch.

 

## Usage

 

1. Create `user_config.json` according https://github.com/RedPill-TTG/redpill-load and place it in the same folder as redpill_tool_chain.sh

2. Build the image for the platform and version you want:

   `./redpill_tool_chain.sh build <platform_version>`

3. Run the image for the platform and version you want:

   `./redpill_tool_chain.sh auto <platform_version>`

 

The "old way" with `./redpill_tool_chain.sh auto <platform_version>` and executing `make build_all` is still available.

 

Note: run `./redpill_tool_chain.sh` to get the list of supported ids for the <platform_version> parameter.

 

After step 3. the redpill load image should be build and can be found in the host folder "images".

 

Examples:

### See Help text

 

```

./redpill_tool_chain.sh

Usage: ./redpill_tool_chain.sh <action> <platform version>

 

Actions: build, auto, run

 

- build:    Build the toolchain image for the specified platform version.

 

- auto:     Starts the toolchain container using the previosuly build toolchain image for the specified platform.

            Updates redpill sources and builds the bootloader image automaticaly. Will end the container once done.

 

- run:      Starts the toolchain container using the previously built toolchain image for the specified platform.

            Interactive Bash terminal.

 

Available platform versions:

---------------------

bromolow-6.2.4-25556

bromolow-7.0-41222

apollolake-6.2.4-25556

apollolake-7.0-41890

```

 

### Build toolchain image

 

For Bromolow 6.2.4   : `./redpill_tool_chain.sh build bromolow-6.2.4-25556`

For Bromolow 7.0     : `./redpill_tool_chain.sh build bromolow-7.0-41222`

For Apollolake 6.2.4 : `./redpill_tool_chain.sh build apollolake-6.2.4-25556`

For Apollolake 7.0   : `./redpill_tool_chain.sh build apollolake-7.0-41890`

 

### Create redpill bootloader image

 

For Bromolow 6.2.4   : `./redpill_tool_chain.sh auto bromolow-6.2.4-25556`

For Bromolow 7.0     : `./redpill_tool_chain.sh auto bromolow-7.0-41222`

For Apollolake 6.2.4 : `./redpill_tool_chain.sh auto apollolake-6.2.4-25556`

For Apollolake 7.0   : `./redpill_tool_chain.sh auto apollolake-7.0-41890`

 

redpill-tool-chain_x86_64_v0.5.4.zip 6.61 kB · 121 downloads

Thanks for making this it really make most of job very easy (as mac user). Can I know what version of linux-4.4.x.txz is downloading because the speed is slow as snail, I can use aria2c and then paste on download folder previous version give me error so trying this version if there any other update please tag me or don't know how to get notification if update came. Thank you

thanks this update is just I dreamt about just read readme and put command and I got image.

I just recently know about this project very nice, I almost lost hope of xpenology because last active jun(2018) thanks everyone especially the thor group you guys just give me a hope.

I have proxmox and using LSI-SAS-2008 with modded bios currently passthrough with jun loader I already have backup and using coffeelake as host. if I find any issue i will report here or if I able to contribute I will open PR thank you so much

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17 minutes ago, cferra said:

@ThorGroup it’s true that virtualization has come a long way but for those that have server hardware dedicated for an xpenology setup like myself prefer baremetal, I thought that you guys said before that, support for that was in the cards, has that changed?  
 

thanks!

If they did so, I do not think they will take their word back.

Regarding virtualisation the answer is yes. VM really came long way. I was also back to that era were Virtualisation was a really bad idea. Slow, unstable and everything was litterally virtual. Nowdays you can passthrough controllers, GPU, USBs, Ethernet cards I think anything in your Server/PC that has an IOMMU group you can pass it through. Now days the performance maybe due to the CPUs that we have now and the maturity of virtualisation is not noticable.

 

 It's not just me saying this, you can look at YouTube, Linus creating the "6 Editors 1 CPU project". IMHO this is the future. When nowdays you have 64 Core CPU you can create multiple virtual PCs and pass through independed GPUs to each Virtual PC and you can play games and stuff and you might loose 5 ~ 10 fps.

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error with new loader

 

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:: Starting syslogd ... [  OK  ]
:: Starting scemd
[   15.253388] BUG: unable to handle kernel paging request at 0000000000004cf9
[   15.254010] IP: [<ffffffff8138c567>] syno_mv_9235_disk_led_set+0x27/0xc0
[   15.254010] PGD 230493067 PUD 230514067 PMD 0
[   15.254010] Oops: 0000 [#1] SMP
[   15.254010] Modules linked in: bromolow_synobios(PO) nfsv3 nfs lockd sunrpc i40e(O) ixgbe(O) igb(O) i2c_algo_bit e1000e(O) dca vxlan ip_tunnel vfat fat sg virtio_scsi(OF) virtio_net(OF) virtio_blk(OF) virtio_pci(OF) virtio_ring(OF) virtio(OF) etxhci_hcd usb_storage xhci_hcd uhci_hcd ehci_pci ehci_hcd usbcore usb_common [last unloaded: bromolow_synobios]
[   15.254010] CPU: 4 PID: 4793 Comm: scemd Tainted: PF          O 3.10.108 #41222
[   15.254010] Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (i440FX + PIIX, 1996), BIOS rel-1.14.0-0-g155821a1990b-prebuilt.qemu.org 04/01/2014
[   15.254010] task: ffff880230ced820 ti: ffff8802307b0000 task.ti: ffff8802307b0000
[   15.254010] RIP: 0010:[<ffffffff8138c567>]  [<ffffffff8138c567>] syno_mv_9235_disk_led_set+0x27/0xc0
[   15.254010] RSP: 0018:ffff8802307b3ba8  EFLAGS: 00010202
[   15.254010] RAX: ffff88023081a800 RBX: 0000000000000000 RCX: ffff88023081ab38
[   15.254010] RDX: 000000000000000a RSI: 0000000000000000 RDI: ffff88023081a800
[   15.254010] RBP: 00000000fffffffe R08: ffffffff819b6f10 R09: 0000000000000001
[   15.254010] R10: 0000000000000000 R11: 0000000000000246 R12: 0000000000000000
[   15.254010] R13: ffff88023137a460 R14: 0000000000000000 R15: 0000000000000000
[   15.254010] FS:  00007f390e80cfc0(0000) GS:ffff88023dd00000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000
[   15.254010] CS:  0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033
[   15.254010] CR2: 0000000000004cf9 CR3: 000000023097c000 CR4: 00000000000006e0
[   15.254010] DR0: 0000000000000000 DR1: 0000000000000000 DR2: 0000000000000000
[   15.254010] DR3: 0000000000000000 DR6: 00000000fffe0ff0 DR7: 0000000000000400
[   15.254010] Stack:
[   15.254010]  0000000000000006 ffffffffa0334277 00ff8802307b3c00 ffffffffffffffff
[   15.254010]  00007ffccaf49d30 00007ffccaf49d30 ffffffffa03303a0 000000023152c025
[   15.254010]  ffffffff81132296 0000000030ef0032 000000000c900000 0000000000000007
[   15.254010] Call Trace:
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffffa0334277>] ? SetSCSIHostLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO+0x57/0x110 [bromolow_synobios]
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffffa03303a0>] ? synobios_ioctl+0xa40/0x1cb0 [bromolow_synobios]
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81132296>] ? cdev_get+0x26/0x60
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81132100>] ? cdev_purge+0x50/0x50
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff8114b95a>] ? __d_lookup+0xaa/0x210
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81132296>] ? cdev_get+0x26/0x60
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff8113248b>] ? chrdev_open+0x7b/0x1b0
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81132410>] ? cdev_put.part.0+0x20/0x20
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff811298ec>] ? do_dentry_open+0x18c/0x2f0
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff8114a0dc>] ? dput.part.18+0x1c/0x1a0
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81152196>] ? mntput_no_expire+0x16/0x130
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81140f24>] ? do_last.isra.45+0x114/0x1580
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff8113b32d>] ? __inode_permission+0x1d/0xb0
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff8113bddd>] ? link_path_walk+0x52d/0x15d0
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff814a6a00>] ? __do_page_fault+0x180/0x500
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff8114a0dc>] ? dput.part.18+0x1c/0x1a0
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81152196>] ? mntput_no_expire+0x16/0x130
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff811424d6>] ? path_openat.isra.46+0x146/0x570
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81143acf>] ? do_filp_open+0x2f/0x70
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81145fdd>] ? do_vfs_ioctl+0x4dd/0x960
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff814aae91>] ? system_call_after_swapgs+0xae/0x13f
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff814aae85>] ? system_call_after_swapgs+0xa2/0x13f
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff814aae91>] ? system_call_after_swapgs+0xae/0x13f
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff81146508>] ? SyS_ioctl+0xa8/0xc0
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff814aae85>] ? system_call_after_swapgs+0xa2/0x13f
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff814aaf3e>] ? system_call_fastpath+0x1c/0x21
[   15.254010]  [<ffffffff814aae91>] ? system_call_after_swapgs+0xae/0x13f
[   15.254010] Code: e9 0f 1f 00 53 0f b7 ff 89 f3 e8 b5 e7 fa ff 48 85 c0 0f 84 9e 00 00 00 4c 8b 88 08 05 00 00 48 89 c7 4d 85 c9 0f 84 92 00 00 00 <49> 8b 81 f8 4c 00 00 41 8b 89 00 01 00 00 31 f6 48 8b 50 78 48
[   15.254010] RIP  [<ffffffff8138c567>] syno_mv_9235_disk_led_set+0x27/0xc0
[   15.254010]  RSP <ffff8802307b3ba8>
[   15.254010] CR2: 0000000000004cf9
[   15.468221] ---[ end trace 8ab58f026b951838 ]---
Killed
:: Failed to start scemd. Reboot and get into steel plan or network install mode. ... [  !!  ]

 

 

 

How to solve this ?

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38 minutes ago, psychoboi32 said:

Thanks for making this it really make most of job very easy (as mac user). Can I know what version of linux-4.4.x.txz is downloading because the speed is slow as snail, I can use aria2c and then paste on download folder previous version give me error so trying this version if there any other update please tag me or don't know how to get notification if update came. Thank you

thanks this update is just I dreamt about just read readme and put command and I got image.

I just recently know about this project very nice, I almost lost hope of xpenology because last active jun(2018) thanks everyone especially the thor group you guys just give me a hope.

I have proxmox and using LSI-SAS-2008 with modded bios currently passthrough with jun loader I already have backup and using coffeelake as host. if I find any issue i will report here or if I able to contribute I will open PR thank you so much


Update :- my LSI-sas-2008 passthrough doesn't show any device :(
Update 2 :- Error to update 55% and failed probably file is corrupt :( 

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vmware workstation, e1000e, 6.2.4-25556 / ds3615xs, error 13 (56%). interesting parameter error

 

also when install dsm, hard disk 1 and 2 are formatted???

1.txt

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3 hours ago, mcdull said:

tried the new loader just now.

It wont boot nor no serial out.  

Serial0 stopped at the same place and serial2 has no output as well.

 

 

[    1.067248] Serial: 8250/16550 driver, 4 ports, IRQ sharing enabled
[    1.114879] serial8250: ttyS1 at I/O 0x2f8 (irq = 3, base_baud = 115200) is a 16550A
[    1.115803] console [ttyS0] enabled
[    1.116471] bootconsole [uart0] disabled
 

chmod +x redpill-load/config/_common/iosched-trampoline.sh

 

fix the latest version rp.ko cannot be loaded

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9 minutes ago, Aigor said:

it seems no repill lkm was inserted 

 

 

I use haydibe's toolchain 0.5.4, but seems redpill lkm wasn't inserted situation is interesting

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5 minutes ago, p3t3 said:

 

I use haydibe's toolchain 0.5.4, but seems redpill lkm wasn't inserted situation is interesting

try chmod +x redpill-load/config/_common/iosched-trampoline.sh

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39 minutes ago, akh1 said:

error with new loader

 

 

 

 

How to solve this ?

 

same error

 

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[  122.231819] parameter error. gpiobase=00000000, pin=4, pValue=ffff8804476539bc
[  122.944486] BUG: unable to handle kernel paging request at 0000000000004cf9
[  122.952134] IP: [<ffffffff8138c567>] syno_mv_9235_disk_led_set+0x27/0xc0
[  122.952134] PGD 43678a067 PUD 4385c1067 PMD 0
[  122.952134] Oops: 0000 [#1] SMP
[  122.952134] Modules linked in: vhost_scsi(O) vhost(O) tcm_loop(O) iscsi_target_mod(O) target_core_ep(O) target_core_multi_file(O) target_core_file(O) target_core_iblock(O) target_core_mod(O) syno_extent_pool(PO) rodsp_ep(O) evdev(OF) button(OF) vfat fat udf isofs loop synoacl_vfs(PO) nfsd btrfs zstd_decompress ecryptfs zstd_compress xxhash xor raid6_pq lockd rpcsec_gss_krb5 auth_rpcgss sunrpc iptable_nat nf_nat_ipv4 nf_nat nf_conntrack_ipv6 ip6table_filter ip6_tables xt_recent xt_iprange xt_limit xt_state xt_tcpudp xt_multiport xt_LOG nf_conntrack_ipv4 nf_defrag_ipv4 iptable_filter ip_tables x_tables aesni_intel glue_helper lrw gf128mul ablk_helper zram(C) bromolow_synobios(PO) hid_generic usbhid hid usblp bnx2x(O) mdio mlx5_core(O) mlx4_en(O) mlx4_core(O) mlx_compat(O) qede(O) qed(O) atlantic(O) tn40xx(O) i40e(O) ixgbe(O) be2net(O) i2c_algo_bit igb(O) dca e1000e(O) sg dm_snapshot crc_itu_t crc_ccitt psnap p8022 llc openvswitch(O) zlib_deflate libcrc32c gre hfsplus md4 hmac sit tunnel4 nf_defrag_ipv6 ipv6 flashcache_syno(O) flashcache(O) nf_conntrack syno_flashcache_control(O) dm_mod crc32c_intel cryptd arc4 sha256_generic sha1_generic ecb aes_x86_64 authenc des_generic ansi_cprng cts md5 cbc cpufreq_powersave cpufreq_performance mperf processor thermal_sys cpufreq_stats freq_table vxlan ip_tunnel virtio_scsi(OF) virtio_net(OF) virtio_blk(OF) virtio_pci(OF) virtio_ring(OF) virtio(OF) etxhci_hcd usb_storage xhci_hcd uhci_hcd ehci_pci ehci_hcd usbcore usb_common [last unloaded: bromolow_synobios]
[  122.952134] CPU: 4 PID: 12376 Comm: scemd Tainted: PF        C O 3.10.108 #41222
[  122.952134] Hardware name: QEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009), BIOS rel-1.14.0-0-g155821a1990b-prebuilt.qemu.org 04/01/2014
[  122.952134] task: ffff8804386f2820 ti: ffff8804345b0000 task.ti: ffff8804345b0000
[  122.952134] RIP: 0010:[<ffffffff8138c567>]  [<ffffffff8138c567>] syno_mv_9235_disk_led_set+0x27/0xc0
[  122.952134] RSP: 0018:ffff8804345b3ba8  EFLAGS: 00010202
[  122.952134] RAX: ffff880466eb0800 RBX: 0000000000000000 RCX: ffff880466eb0b38
[  122.952134] RDX: 000000000000000a RSI: 0000000000000000 RDI: ffff880466eb0800
[  122.952134] RBP: 00000000fffffffe R08: ffffffff819b6f10 R09: 0000000000000001
[  122.952134] R10: 0000000000000000 R11: 0000000000000246 R12: 0000000000000000
[  122.952134] R13: ffff880466e31420 R14: 0000000000000001 R15: 0000000000000000
[  122.952134] FS:  00007f4084d7d700(0000) GS:ffff88047dd00000(0000) knlGS:0000000000000000
[  122.952134] CS:  0010 DS: 0000 ES: 0000 CR0: 0000000080050033
[  122.952134] CR2: 0000000000004cf9 CR3: 000000043441a000 CR4: 00000000001607e0
[  122.952134] DR0: 0000000000000000 DR1: 0000000000000000 DR2: 0000000000000000
[  122.952134] DR3: 0000000000000000 DR6: 00000000ffff0ff0 DR7: 0000000000000400
[  122.952134] Stack:
[  122.952134]  0000000000000006 ffffffffa09ae277 00708804386f2820 ffffffffffffffff
[  122.952134]  00007f4084d7c5d0 00007f4084d7c5d0 ffffffffa09aa3a0 ffff8804345b3e30
[  122.952134]  0000000000706d74 ffffffff811e280a 3133000000504d54 0000000000000007
[  122.952134] Call Trace:
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffffa09ae277>] ? SetSCSIHostLedStatusBy9235GPIOandAHCISGPIO+0x57/0x110 [bromolow_synobios]
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffffa09aa3a0>] ? synobios_ioctl+0xa40/0x1cb0 [bromolow_synobios]
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff811e280a>] ? ext4_dentry_hash+0x2a/0x80
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff81149656>] ? d_kill+0x106/0x1b0
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff8114a0dc>] ? dput.part.18+0x1c/0x1a0
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff81152196>] ? mntput_no_expire+0x16/0x130
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff81140f24>] ? do_last.isra.45+0x114/0x1580
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff8113b32d>] ? __inode_permission+0x1d/0xb0
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff8113bddd>] ? link_path_walk+0x52d/0x15d0
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff81142484>] ? path_openat.isra.46+0xf4/0x570
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff81143acf>] ? do_filp_open+0x2f/0x70
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff81145fdd>] ? do_vfs_ioctl+0x4dd/0x960
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff8114a0dc>] ? dput.part.18+0x1c/0x1a0
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff8112f9db>] ? __fput+0x14b/0x240
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff81146508>] ? SyS_ioctl+0xa8/0xc0
[  122.952134]  [<ffffffff814aaf3e>] ? system_call_fastpath+0x1c/0x21
[  122.952134] Code: e9 0f 1f 00 53 0f b7 ff 89 f3 e8 b5 e7 fa ff 48 85 c0 0f 84 9e 00 00 00 4c 8b 88 08 05 00 00 48 89 c7 4d 85 c9 0f 84 92 00 00 00 <49> 8b 81 f8 4c 00 00 41 8b 89 00 01 00 00 31 f6 48 8b 50 78 48
[  122.952134] RIP  [<ffffffff8138c567>] syno_mv_9235_disk_led_set+0x27/0xc0
[  122.952134]  RSP <ffff8804345b3ba8>
[  122.952134] CR2: 0000000000004cf9
[  123.466385] ---[ end trace 1ab91cee1c927d73 ]---
[  123.466804] parameter error. gpiobase=00000000, pin=4, pValue=ffff8804476539bc
[  124.669617] parameter error. gpiobase=00000000, pin=4, pValue=ffff8804476539bc
 

 

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20 minutes ago, jumkey said:

chmod +x redpill-load/config/_common/iosched-trampoline.sh

 

fix the latest version rp.ko cannot be loaded

Great, it works. 

Since I used auto, that's why I didnt notice the permission. XD.. thanks.

 

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All is working fine so far in Proxmox. CPU = Host, Passtrough i915 graphics, Serial0 reinit... but Face Detection in Photos is not working:

2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/main.cpp:22 face plugin init
2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so
2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/main.cpp:22 face plugin init
2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so
2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/main.cpp:22 face plugin init
2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so
2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/main.cpp:22 face plugin init
2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so
2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: /source/synophoto-plugin-face/src/face_plugin/main.cpp:22 face plugin init
2021-08-19T17:58:06+02:00 DS918plus synofoto-face-extraction[16394]: uncaught thread task exception /source/synofoto/src/daemon/plugin/plugin_worker.cpp:90 plugin init failed: /var/packages/SynologyPhotos/target/usr/lib/libsynophoto-plugin-face.so

 

No output in DMESG or serial log about this.

ll /dev/dri/
total 0
drwxr-xr-x  2 root root              80 Aug 19  2021 .
drwxr-xr-x 17 root root           14060 Aug 19 17:53 ..
crw-------  1 root root        226,   0 Aug 19  2021 card0
crw-rw----  1 root videodriver 226, 128 Aug 19  2021 renderD128

dmesg:
[    9.434456] i915 0000:01:00.0: BAR 6: can't assign [??? 0x00000000 flags 0x20000000] (bogus alignment)
[    9.470207] [drm] Initialized i915 1.6.0 20171222 for 0000:01:00.0 on minor 0
[    9.476969] [drm] Finished loading DMC firmware i915/kbl_dmc_ver1_04.bin (v1.4)
[    9.903848] i915 0000:01:00.0: fb0: inteldrmfb frame buffer device

 

With display set to none in Promxox (from standard VGA):

[    9.515913] i915 0000:01:00.0: Invalid ROM contents
[    9.529150] [drm] balloon space: range [ 0xdffbc000 - 0x100000000 ] 524560 KiB.
[    9.561551] [drm] Finished loading DMC firmware i915/kbl_dmc_ver1_04.bin (v1.4)
[    9.566136] [drm] Initialized i915 1.6.0 20171222 for 0000:01:00.0 on minor 0
[    9.999630] i915 0000:01:00.0: fb0: inteldrmfb frame buffer device

 

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Hi,

I know you said virtualize DSM is the best way .... but actualy my server is baremetal (918+) with 40To , how migrate my baremetal install to promox then i don't have material for backup my data ?

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22 minutes ago, loomes said:

but Face Detection in Photos is not working:

 

I'm guessing something like this will need to be developed. https://github.com/likeadoc/synocodectool-patch

 

Would be awesome if a fix could even be implemented into the loader somehow so that way any redpill image comes with codecs for Video Station and Photos pre-activated along with Face Detection fix.

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