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XPEnology DS3612xs DSM 4.3 build 3810++ (repack v1.0)

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This is not an official synology product, it's only design for testing purpose not for production.

 

What's new ?

- AMD CPU support

- Add / update Network / SATA / SCSI / SAS / USB drivers

- USB OHCI support

- SSH access enabled by default

- DM-Mirror support for LVM2 physical relocation (include dm-log, dm-region-hash and dm-mirror modules. thanks totalnas)

 

Thank to all people who help the community to make possible to build 4.3 version (neXus, VeNoM, Vortex, guys from nas1.cn sorry if I forgot some of you)

Big thank for k3dt's work (synobios and his fix).

 

Use beta version (4.3-3827) because 3810 build have security issues : viewtopic.php?f=2&t=3602&p=21474#p21474

DSM 4.3-3827 Beta version available (please click on ad to help me with this project)

 

 

How to install XPEnology

Convert .img file to .vdi (virtualbox)

Edit vender file (by iceget)

Edit serial number and MAC address for your XPEnology

 

 

:arrow: For unsupported hardware please post your driver request here

 

 

See changelog for full list of fix and supported hardware:

 

CHANGELOG

v1.0 (18/11/13)


NETWORK
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Replace the REALTEK r8169 driver with the r8168 v8.037 (RTL8111x/RTL8168x/RTL8411x)
Add REALTEK r8101 driver v1.024.00 (RTL8100x/RTL8101x/RTL8102x/RTL8103x/RTL8401x/RTL8105x/RTL8106x)
Update INTEL e1000e driver to v2.5.4 (support I217x and I218x chip)
Update INTEL igb driver to v5.0.6 (support I340 and I350 chip)
Add ATHEROS alx driver (Qualcomm Atheros AR816x/AR817x support)
Update BROADCOM tg3 driver to v3.133 (with PHY built-in the kernel)

AMD 8111 
AMD PCnet32
Atheros L2, L1
Atheros L1C (ATL1E)
Atheros L1E (ATL1E)
AMD 8111 (AMD8111_ETH)
D-LINK DL2000/TC902x-based Gigabit Ethernet (DL2K)
Broadcom 440x/47xx, NetExtremeII, CNIC
Intel PRO/100+, PRO/1000, 82575/82576, 82586/82593/82596
JMicron JMC250 (jme)
Marvell Yukon
Marvell Yukon 2 (sky2) : 88E8021/88E8022/88E8035/88E8036/88E8038/88E8050/88E8052/88E8053/88E8055/88E8061/88E8062, SysKonnect SK-9E21D/SK-9S21
Nvidia nForce
Realtek 8139,8129,8130
VIA Rhine (via-rhine) : (Rhine-I (VT86C100A), Rhine-II (VT6102), or Rhine-III (VT6105)
VMware vmxnet3

USB
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USB_OHCI_HCD (thanks totalnas for the tip)


SATA
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Intel ESB, ICH, PIIX3, PIIX4
Marvell
NVidia
Promise SATA TX2/TX4
Silicon Image 3124/3132
SiS 964/965/966/180
ULi Electronics SATA
VIA SATA support (SATA_VIA)



SCSI
----

Fusion MPT device support
3ware 5/6/7/8xxx ATA-RAID
3ware 9xxx SATA-RAID
3ware 97xx SAS/SATA-RAID
HP Smart Array SCSI
ACARD SCSI
Adaptec AACRAID 
Adaptec AIC7xxx (New Driver)
Adaptec AIC79xx U320
Adaptec AIC94xx SAS/SATA
Marvell 88SE64XX/88SE94XX SAS/SATA
AdvanSys SCSI
ARECA (ARC11xx/12xx/13xx/16xx) SATA/SAS RAID
LSI Logic New Generation RAID Device (MEGARAID_NEWGEN)
LSI Logic MegaRAID SAS RAID
LSI MPT Fusion SAS 2.0 (updated to v16)
HighPoint RocketRAID 3xxx/4xxx Controller
IBM ServeRAID
Intel/ICP RAID
Intel(R) C600 Series Chipset SAS
IBM Power Linux RAID
Promise SuperTrak EX Series
Qlogic QLA 1240/1x80/1x160 SCSI
VMware PVSCSI driver

 

TODO LIST:

- Add virtualization options to standard build

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do i dare try an in place upgrade of your 4.2 ds3612xs build?

 

This is not an official synology product, it's only design for testing purpose not for production.

If you like Synology products, buy them.

So before doing anything, make backup.

 

No warranty for any damages, loss of data or anything else.

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It is working ...

 

- USB ports

- 6 Disk

- UPS

- WOL

 

I dont need nothing more :smile:

 

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/34829066/Synology/Slike/system%20information.jpg

 

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/34829066/Synology/Slike/volume1.jpg

 

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/34829066/Synology/Slike/UPS.jpg

 

 

Donation follows (under - dejan.v)

 

TNX again for all good work on this release.

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Just upgraded my test server HPN54L from Chinese vers 4.3 to this build.

USB recognized as it should (USB), configuration and volumes retained, NFS working, WOL etc... all works.

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I just tested in Virtual Machine. It works.

Will test more. Thanks Trantor and all makes it work.

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Thanks Trantor, will try and migrate as soon as 4.3 for Vmware ESXi is out.

Donation will follow :wink:

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I tired that...using manual update and trying to upload .pat file from Trantor's 4.3 build....it fails and generates error code 21...

I am still just testing xpenology adn trying to build a setup.......while keeping my existing NAS intact...

One thing I didn't catch how some people achieved the upgrade from 4.2 keeping their data safe as I I don't see any option for upgrades...only way I see is to reformat and install 4.3 on hard drive connected to Sata 0 port...Am I missing something here ?? Though I plan to use a small SSD for Xpeno OS only....but I would still like to know how people have upgraded from 4.2 to 4,3 while keeping their data...Thanks.

 

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do i dare try an in place upgrade of your 4.2 ds3612xs build?

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I tired that...using manual update and trying to upload .pat file from Trantor's 4.3 build....it fails and generates error code 21...

I am still just testing xpenology adn trying to build a setup.......while keeping my existing NAS intact...

One thing I didn't catch how some people achieved the upgrade from 4.2 keeping their data safe as I I don't see any option for upgrades...only way I see is to reformat and install 4.3 on hard drive connected to Sata 0 port...Am I missing something here ?? Though I plan to use a small SSD for Xpeno OS only....but I would still like to know how people have upgraded from 4.2 to 4,3 while keeping their data...Thanks.

 

this on a

do i dare try an in place upgrade of your 4.2 ds3612xs build?

 

The proper way to do is the following (loss of apps, settings, etc., inevitable, unfortunately, but you can possibly make a backup):

1. Take your boot USB key, and write the new 3810 img on it.

2. Boot your NAS from said USB key

3. Use Synology Assistant from another computer to find the NAS booted from the USB key

4. Open the web interface by right-clicking the found entry

5. Follow the steps described. It won't reboot, but it will load the login page with the new details.

6. Sit happy and clap your hands that you just erased all your settings, etc.

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5. Follow the steps described.

You mean what ever comes up on web interface or the steps used for installing 4.2 ?

6. Sit happy and clap your hands that you just erased all your settings, etc.

 

Lol thanks a lot. I'll try it tonight....

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Can I please ask how you upgraded from 4.2, did you just update with pat file from update screen manually or flash new usb drive and then migrate with Synology assistant and add pat from there. I am assuming the later as I have migrated before from factory Synology NAS and it worked without problem.

 

I wont hold anyone accountable for data loss just if you have working way to upgrade be nice if someone could share Thanks in advance this awesome forum :wink:

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5. Follow the steps described.

You mean what ever comes up on web interface or the steps used for installing 4.2 ?

 

The steps that appear on screen.

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All works fine with my ASRock E350M1

 

- USB

- WOL (after changing the MAC adress in vender file)

- VLI 4 Port USB 3.0 Hub - PCI express

 

:grin:

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WORKING, with link aggregation on

 

ASUS P5K-VM + 4G RAM

2 Lan, onboard + Intel PCi-e

 

Testing SSD Cache soon...

 

Very Good JOb Tantor and Team

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