jurgenautt

Diskstation jupiter+Metis

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Hello, after several months of testing :mrgreen:

I present you to Diskstation jupiter and metis in tests, I am now developing another Esata-station (Io) and I will present it when it is finished :mrgreen:

 

-Diskstation Jupiter

-mother board asrock j3455m (quad core celeron 10w tdp) micro-atx

-Bitcoin mining adapter, pciex 1x to 16x

-1 dimm 8ram DDR3 8gb kingston hyperx

-power supply uran 500w power supply

-case silverstone CS380 8 bahias sas / sata

-Adapter silverstone fs303 of two 5.25 3 sas / sata

-pciex 2x controller, Syba - PCI-E 2.0 eSATA III card

- IBM ServeRaid M1015 SATA / SAS HBA Controller RAID 6Gbps PCIe x8 wie 9220-8i

- startech 3.0 usb adapter to two gigabit ports

 

(Capacity 12 discs)

 

-Metis E-sata Station

-Esata Sharkoon

 

(Capacity 5 Discs)

 

I show you photos of Jupiter

 

IMG_20170422_194030761_zpskeek5dtl.jpg

 

IMG_20170422_194056541_zpsjaq15fy2.jpg

 

IMG_20170422_194346979_zpsnltl6zrf.jpg

IMG_20170422_194116146_zpswhrg3pl8.jpg

 

IMG_20170422_194333919_zpsytazetj5.jpg

IMG_20170422_194104099_zps8pzldbmr.jpg

 

 

pictur of Metis

IMG_20170422_201445517_zps5wud8aug.jpg

 

IMG_20170422_195926561_zpsnvcuywik.jpg

 

pantalla1_zpsxdf4wond.jpg

 

As you can see 16 discs detected, but I have mounted 17 I have a disk that is giving me problems :evil::evil:

 

pantalla2_zpsjpbsgfxr.jpg

 

 

Here you can see that the network card of the motherboard is activated and the other two via usb are not connected but detected by the system

pantalla3_zpsuuv4hx0w.jpg

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As you can see 16 discs detected, but I have mounted 17 I have a disk that is giving me problems

 

whats your configuration for

maxdisks=

esataportcfg=

usbportcfg=

internalportcfg=

I'm not sure how the 17 disks are connected

internal:

2 x onboard sata

8 x lsi

thats 10 sata ports , you write you have capacity 12 disks

 

external:

2 x 5 estata multiplexer case (1xmetis, 1xsharkoon) with 2x estat card?

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As you can see 16 discs detected, but I have mounted 17 I have a disk that is giving me problems

 

whats your configuration for

maxdisks=

esataportcfg=

usbportcfg=

internalportcfg=

I'm not sure how the 17 disks are connected

internal:

2 x onboard sata

8 x lsi

thats 10 sata ports , you write you have capacity 12 disks

 

 

 

external:

2 x 5 estata multiplexer case (1xmetis, 1xsharkoon) with 2x estat card?

 

 

hello :

 

 

0000 0000 1111 1111 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 ==> Usb ports

0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 ==> eSata ports

0000 0000 0000 0000 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 ==> Sata ports

 

usbportcfg> FF0000000

esataportcfg>0

internalportcfg>FFFFFFF

 

 

 

2 motherboard connections

2 internal connections sata esata syba controller (has two internal SATA connections and two ESATA connections)

8 connections ibm controller

 

1 cable esata connected to the syba card going to the 5-disk sharkoon box

 

I have a problem and it is that they do not appear in the dsm disk manager in the order of numbering I have them mounted, some appear in different positions, does anyone know how to solve this?

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Hello, after several months of testing :mrgreen:

Out of curiosity did you get WakeOnLAN to work in DSM 6.x by chance?

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0000 0000 1111 1111 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 ==> Usb ports

0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 ==> eSata ports

0000 0000 0000 0000 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 ==> Sata ports

 

usbportcfg> FF0000000

esataportcfg>0

internalportcfg>FFFFFFF

 

2 motherboard connections

2 internal connections sata esata syba controller (has two internal SATA connections and two ESATA connections)

8 connections ibm controller

 

1 cable esata connected to the syba card going to the 5-disk sharkoon box

 

whats the naxdisks entry? you might have to set it to 28 to match the numer of internal ports you defined

 

so from hardware side you have 2+4+8 sata ports (or 2+8+4)

i have no idea how the multiplexer is taken into account when making it "internal"

synologys own solution is to only count internal (fixed number) sata ports

rhey use esata with multiplexer for there own extension boxes but as i never read about someone using esata and a "normal" multiplexer i expect there is a special detection for there own brand and on all other occasins the esata port only shown one disk (that was i've seen with my esata tower befor i reconfigured it to jbod and used it as backup media)

 

to limit the problems i would suggest you try to put the pcie cards in a way that you get 2 + 8 + 4 sata ports so the system finds them as 1st onboard, 2nd lsi, 3rd syba and on the syba you make shure you connect the intenal disk to the first two ports and the esata to the 3rd port so there in no "gap" (unused port) or "oddity" (1 port with 5 disks) in the chain of disks and the multiplexer disks are at the end of the "chain"

the other way is to exactly write down the serial numbers of the disk and how they are connectet by hardware (port of every controller) plus write down on what "portnumber" the syno diskmanager in the gui sees what serial number and we start to guess whats happening and why

 

btw. you might write a usb drive with open media vault, boot it and look what a "normal" linux/nas shows you (I'd expect there will be all disks found)

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Hello, after several months of testing :mrgreen:

Out of curiosity did you get WakeOnLAN to work in DSM 6.x by chance?

 

Hello, I have not tried that option because this system I always have it on, later I will perform the tests to see if you can do what you ask me

regards

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0000 0000 1111 1111 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 ==> Usb ports

0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 ==> eSata ports

0000 0000 0000 0000 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 ==> Sata ports

 

usbportcfg> FF0000000

esataportcfg>0

internalportcfg>FFFFFFF

 

2 motherboard connections

2 internal connections sata esata syba controller (has two internal SATA connections and two ESATA connections)

8 connections ibm controller

 

1 cable esata connected to the syba card going to the 5-disk sharkoon box

 

whats the naxdisks entry? you might have to set it to 28 to match the numer of internal ports you defined

 

so from hardware side you have 2+4+8 sata ports (or 2+8+4)

i have no idea how the multiplexer is taken into account when making it "internal"

synologys own solution is to only count internal (fixed number) sata ports

rhey use esata with multiplexer for there own extension boxes but as i never read about someone using esata and a "normal" multiplexer i expect there is a special detection for there own brand and on all other occasins the esata port only shown one disk (that was i've seen with my esata tower befor i reconfigured it to jbod and used it as backup media)

 

to limit the problems i would suggest you try to put the pcie cards in a way that you get 2 + 8 + 4 sata ports so the system finds them as 1st onboard, 2nd lsi, 3rd syba and on the syba you make shure you connect the intenal disk to the first two ports and the esata to the 3rd port so there in no "gap" (unused port) or "oddity" (1 port with 5 disks) in the chain of disks and the multiplexer disks are at the end of the "chain"

the other way is to exactly write down the serial numbers of the disk and how they are connectet by hardware (port of every controller) plus write down on what "portnumber" the syno diskmanager in the gui sees what serial number and we start to guess whats happening and why

 

btw. you might write a usb drive with open media vault, boot it and look what a "normal" linux/nas shows you (I'd expect there will be all disks found)

 

Thanks for the information, I will try the things that you indicate and I will inform you

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Hello, after several months of testing :mrgreen:

Out of curiosity did you get WakeOnLAN to work in DSM 6.x by chance?

 

Hello, I have not tried that option because this system I always have it on, later I will perform the tests to see if you can do what you ask me

regards

Alright thanks I will keep following this thread then.

 

 

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@jurgenautt, are you still there ?

None of the photos are coming up any more.
I'd be interested in them, if you have time fix that.

 

I wanted to ask though, in general you had no problems with the Asrock j3455m mobo and Xpenology + DSM ?

 

Also what is Jupiter ?  didn't quite get that one.

 

Thanks !

 

[ Edit : For the Photobucket issue, it looks like you'd have to upgrade your Photobucket acct to a $400/yr plan to embed photos, so perhaps consider hosting your photos elsewhere ? ]

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3 hours ago, kbarb said:

@jurgenautt, are you still there ?

None of the photos are coming up any more.

 

He will not be able to edit the OP but if he comes back online he can contact me and I can update the OP for him. I will need the pictures though.

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