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I had let unsupport SSD as cache disk on DSM, below are my Crucial - M4-CT128M4SSD2 128GB SSD working capture.

Now, please post your SSD infomration on this topic, I will try to summary and build up in my next release.

 

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Please check your SSD model in BIOS menu, ex: Crucial M4 128GB will show as "M4-CT128M4SSD2" in BIOS HDD information page or during POST.

Follow up below format and submit on this page:

 

ex:

[M4-CT128M4SSD2] -> SSD model show on POST or BIOS menu

brand="Crucial" -> SSD brand

size="128GB" -> SSD Capacity

 

Below are supported list, so skip your POST if inside. Thanks. :wink:

 

[HUSML4040ASS600]
brand="Hitachi"
size="400GB"
[sKC100S3120G]
brand="Kingston"
size="120GB"
[sSDSC2CW240A3]
brand="Intel"
size="240GB"
[sSDSC2CW24]
brand="Intel"
size="240GB"
[sSDSC2CW480A3]
brand="Intel"
size="480GB"
[sSDSA2BW600G3]
brand="Intel"
size="600GB"
[sSDSC2CT180A3]
brand="Intel"
size="180GB"
[sKC100S]
brand="Kingston"
size="120GB"
[sSDSC2CT18]
brand="Intel"
size="180GB"
[sSDSC2CW48]
brand="Intel"
size="480GB"
[sSDSA2BW60]
brand="Intel"
size="600GB"

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Hi,

 

A few more SSD product codes to add please?

 

[sSDSA2SH032G1GN]

brand="Intel"

size="30GB"

[MKNSSDCR240GB-DX]

brand="Mushkin"

size="240GB"

[OCZ-VERTEX2]

brand="OCZ"

size="60GB"

[OCZ-VERTEX4]

brand="OCZ"

size="120GB"

 

Thanks,

 

San.

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Support list now.

 

[sSDSA2SH032G1GN]
brand="Intel"
size="30GB"
[MKNSSDCR240GB-DX]
brand="Mushkin"
size="240GB"
[OCZ-VERTEX2]
brand="OCZ"
size="60GB"
[OCZ-VERTEX4]
brand="OCZ"
size="120GB"
[sSD] -> Tested
brand="SAMSUNG SSD PM800 Series 2.5" 256GB"
size="256GB"
[sSDSC2BW480A3D]
brand="Intel"
size="480GB"
[M4-CT128M4SSD2] -> Tested
brand="Crucial"
size="128GB"
[M4-CT256M4SSD2]
brand="Crucial"
size="256GB"
[M4-CT512M4SSD2]
brand="Crucial"
size="512GB"
[HUSML4040ASS600]
  brand="Hitachi"
  size="400GB"
[sKC100S3120G]
brand="Kingston"
size="120GB"
[sSDSC2CW240A3]
brand="Intel"
size="240GB"
[sSDSC2CW24]
brand="Intel"
size="240GB"
[sSDSC2CW480A3]
brand="Intel"
size="480GB"
[sSDSA2BW600G3]
brand="Intel"
size="600GB"
[sSDSC2CT180A3]
brand="Intel"
size="180GB"
[sSDSA2BW60]
brand="Intel"
size="600GB"
[sSDSC2CT18]
brand="Intel"
size="180GB"
[sSDSC2CW48]
brand="Intel"
size="480GB"
[sKC100S]
brand="Kingston"
size="120GB"

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That's great - thanks... look forward to the new build... Mine are seen, they're just not 'compatible' yet.....

 

Any idea if it's possible to add OCZ Revo 3 / Revo 3 X2 drivers to the build to be seen as normal discs only?

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That's great - thanks... look forward to the new build... Mine are seen, they're just not 'compatible' yet.....

Any idea if it's possible to add OCZ Revo 3 / Revo 3 X2 drivers to the build to be seen as normal discs only?

 

Synology started to do some "handle" on SSD and SAS HDD in script and binary files from 2668 build.

I didn't do lots of test on the Beta version, but you can try to change the SSD to SATA Port 2 (3rd SATA port), maybe work.

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I found the configuration file to change for SSD to get on the compatibility list:

 

/etc/support_ssd.db

/etc.defaults/support_ssd.db

 

I added disks below to my box...but I have problem that two disks are not the same model. So If I don't wan't to buy new SSD I would like to get arround this limitation. Any Idea?

 

[OCZ-AGILITY3]

brand="OCZ"

size="120GB"

since="2359"

support_models="RS10613xs+,RS3413xs+"

[OCZ-VERTEX3]

brand="OCZ"

size="120GB"

since="2359"

support_models="RS10613xs+,RS3413xs+"

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I found the configuration file to change for SSD to get on the compatibility list:

I added disks below to my box...but I have problem that two disks are not the same model. So If I don't wan't to buy new SSD I would like to get arround this limitation. Any Idea?

 

The same model and capacity are the original design and limitation, you can check the help page for detail information.

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I found the configuration file to change for SSD to get on the compatibility list:

I added disks below to my box...but I have problem that two disks are not the same model. So If I don't wan't to buy new SSD I would like to get arround this limitation. Any Idea?

 

The same model and capacity are the original design and limitation, you can check the help page for detail information.

 

I know this is by design :smile: but also the Synology SW wasn't designed to run on PC :smile:

I guess the limitation is in some function, which requires two disks and the same disks. For me one SSD for READ cache is enough as it is only read cache.

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I know this is by design :smile: but also the Synology SW wasn't designed to run on PC :smile:

I guess the limitation is in some function, which requires two disks and the same disks. For me one SSD for READ cache is enough as it is only read cache.

 

For me, use two SSD as cache are wasting money.

The limitation fixed inside some source code, maybe need to review the source code and recompiler it then have chance to remove it.

But... where is the source code for this limitation? :cool:

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Hi all,

 

I have a Samsung SSD and this is the output in DSM when inserted:

 

[ 1168.872938] ata18: SATA link up 3.0 Gbps (SStatus 123 SControl 300)

[ 1168.882265] ata18.00: ATA-9: Samsung SSD 840 Series, DXT07B0Q, max UDMA/133

[ 1168.889217] ata18.00: 234441648 sectors, multi 16: LBA48 NCQ (depth 31/32)

[ 1168.899264] ata18.00: configured for UDMA/133

[ 1168.903622] ata18: EH complete

[ 1168.906672] ata18.00: Find SSD disks. [samsung SSD 840 Series]

[ 1168.912549] scsi 17:0:0:0: Direct-Access Samsung SSD DXT0 PQ: 0 ANSI: 5

[ 1168.920964] sd 17:0:0:0: [sdb] 234441648 512-byte logical blocks: (120 GB/111 GiB)

 

Would the entry in the support_ssd.db file look like this:

 

[samsung SSD 840 Series]

brand="Samsung SSD"

size="120GB"

 

or someting else?

 

Thanks

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Besides improved performance with SSD, consumption would have better performance? I want to say .... may be the system with the main disk spindown raid?

 

Not if you understand my bad English.

thanks and a thousand excuses.

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Hi all,

 

I have a Samsung SSD and this is the output in DSM when inserted:

 

[ 1168.872938] ata18: SATA link up 3.0 Gbps (SStatus 123 SControl 300)

[ 1168.882265] ata18.00: ATA-9: Samsung SSD 840 Series, DXT07B0Q, max UDMA/133

[ 1168.889217] ata18.00: 234441648 sectors, multi 16: LBA48 NCQ (depth 31/32)

[ 1168.899264] ata18.00: configured for UDMA/133

[ 1168.903622] ata18: EH complete

[ 1168.906672] ata18.00: Find SSD disks. [samsung SSD 840 Series]

[ 1168.912549] scsi 17:0:0:0: Direct-Access Samsung SSD DXT0 PQ: 0 ANSI: 5

[ 1168.920964] sd 17:0:0:0: [sdb] 234441648 512-byte logical blocks: (120 GB/111 GiB)

 

Would the entry in the support_ssd.db file look like this:

 

[samsung SSD 840 Series]

brand="Samsung SSD"

size="120GB"

 

or someting else?

 

Thanks

 

Anyone?

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Hi,

 

I like to modigy the tool "/usr/syno/sbin/synodisk" to enable FAKE SSD disks. My idea is use XPEnoloy in a virtual environment and use virtual disks on SSD storage to enable the caching. The problem is that the virtual disks aren't detected as SSD.

 

So, please, can you provide the output of the command (text and exit code) with a REAL SSD disk?

 

$ synodisk --isssd /dev/sdX

 

I'll apreciate the feedback!

Thank you!

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