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

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Installed on Intel SS4200 NAS Device with upgraded CPU - Core2Duo e4500, 2 GB RAM and 4 x 2 TB HDDs.

 

Testing all interfaces:

USB -> works all

eSata -> works all

Network -> works

Serial interface -> works

LED's -> works

Internal SATA Interfaces -> work

Interal PATA Interface -> don't work

 

Big thx

Saires

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Hi all,

 

I also upgraded my HP N54L 6Gb ram from 4.2-3211 to 4.3-3810 repack 1....

No data lost with my one disk group in SHR and 2 separate non-raid HDD.

Just needed to reinstall all the packages and re-do all the settings. No problem with additional USB3 card and WOL and Hiberation.

However, I noticed the system seems slow in response time and I found that the 4.3 repack doesn't seem to take advantage of extra ram which could be used as cache, 4Gb is left when reviewing the system resource.

 

Anyone has the same issue as me?

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This build works fine.

My hardware: Gigabyte G33m-DS2R with 2x 1,5TB and 4x 500GB HDDs.

 

Everything works 1-2 days and the i get an Internal Server Error 500 (DSM and Surveillance Station). AFP; NFS and CIFS works but i cant login via webbrowser.

I have to restart, power off the system and then it works 1-2 days.

 

Ther is an error in the webserver. But I have no idea.

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Hello All,

 

Very very good job done by Trantor.

 

I want to know if DSM 4.3 "synoboot-3810-pre-v1.1_v4" as stable as "XPEnology_DS3612xs_3810-repack-trantor-v1.0".

 

Or if it's better to wait the official release of Synoboot-3810 v1.1 ?

 

Thanks.

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I got a other question , i got problems with streaming over dlna /plex it brokes a coples times if i watch a movie , i habe to reconnect to server and start the movie agaien coples time , with 4.2 i dond´t have this issus ,

 

i use v1.0 with synolgy updates v3

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After migrating to 4.3 and updating to update 3 I've managed to restore all configuration settings (users, applications folders, etc) from regular synology backup.

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Trantor, can you please send me link to your ESX version of 4.3 please.

 

Hi Trantor,

Any approx timescales on v1.1 ?

 

I hope this week-end if I have enought free time :geek:

 

Hi,

I tried to update my ESXi virtual machine running DSM 4.2-3202 but I got error 21, any idea?

Thanks!

:sad:

 

I'have build a working DSM 4.3 ESXi version with PVSCSI support(based on jukolaut work). Tested with ESXi 5.5 (but I'm not sure everything work properly.)

I will post this, so expert ESXi people can give feedbacks :wink:

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Is there any way to install this firm on internal USB port to can use all HDD for storage? Or the firmware must be to installed on one internal HDD?

 

Thanks.

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Is anyone else getting WOL on by default even though you've not turned it on with 4.3

 

I used DS Finder and it turned it on even thought it was off in the settings. Now this is a security issue.

I have tried to remove WOL but all the box's are unchecked but wol is still on!

anyway other way to turn it off or seeing what's turning it on by default?

 

thanks

 

Oh and this is on a N54L. I want to turn off WOL and turn it on when needed.

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Is anyone else getting WOL on by default even though you've not turned it on with 4.3

 

I used DS Finder and it turned it on even thought it was off in the settings. Now this is a security issue.

I have tried to remove WOL but all the box's are unchecked but wol is still on!

anyway other way to turn it off or seeing what's turning it on by default?

 

thanks

 

Oh and this is on a N54L. I want to turn off WOL and turn it on when needed.

 

Edit

 

/etc/synoinfo.conf

/etc.defaults/synoinfo.conf

 

Change these lines

 

eth0_wol_options="g"
eth1_wol_options="g"
wol_enabled_options=""

 

MAC Address must = REAL MAC Address

 

Gigabyte:/$ ssh root@10.0.0.22

The authenticity of host '10.0.0.22 (10.0.0.22)' can't be established.

ECDSA key fingerprint is 6a:6d:0e:05:ea:1f:4a:ae:39:9c:41:a9:57:41:c4:3c.

Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?

 

Warning: Permanently added '10.0.0.22' (ECDSA) to the list of known hosts.

root@10.0.0.22's password:

 

BusyBox v1.16.1 (2013-11-06 05:23:07 CST) built-in shell (ash)

Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.

 

SC933>

 

SC933> dmesg | grep "eth"

[ 38.971878] jme: JMicron JMC2XX ethernet driver version 1.0.8

[ 40.538825] eth%d: 0xffffc9000007a000, 00:24:1d:d6:77:28, IRQ 46

[ 71.291808] usbcore: registered new interface driver ethub

[ 72.009685] ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): eth0: link is not ready

[ 77.013767] r8168: eth0: link up

[ 77.015628] ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): eth0: link becomes ready

 

00:24:1d:d6:77:28 = 00241DD67728

 

USB Stick

/boot/grub/grub.conf

 

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

#serial --unit=0 --speed=115200

#terminal serial

default 0

timeout 3

fallback 0

 

title DSM 4.3-3810 - v1.0

root (hd0,0)

# vender /vender show

# hw_model

kernel /zImage root=/dev/md0 ihd_num=22 netif_num=2 syno_hw_version=DS3612xs mac1=00241DD67728 mac2=XXXXXXXX sn=B3J4N00355

initrd /rd.gz

 

 

retry

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Thanks. That worked on Wan but not on Lan hmm

If I use my phone\DS finder WOL doesn't work but if I use wireless in my home WOL does?

I will go through it all again just in case I messed something up.

 

Thanks again

 

Update.

 

If I contact the N54L from the out side by either DDNS or IP Wol is off and won't work yehhhhhh

But when I'm at home and my phones wireless is used it turns on(both on the same network)? funny that as I tried using my IP using my phones 3G and that didn't work.

 

I was getting the right Nic addy as I used a small Util that was posted here. What a strange thing.

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Hi All,

can someone please explain how to upgrade from 4.3 v1.0 to 4.3 v1.1?

I prepared a new USB-stick with v1.1 and rebootet the Server with it....anything else to be done (I could not find a .pat file for v1.1)

 

Thanks for your help,

msmn

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Installed on Intel SS4200 NAS Device with upgraded CPU - Core2Duo e4500, 2 GB RAM and 4 x 2 TB HDDs.

 

Testing all interfaces:

USB -> works all

eSata -> works all

Network -> works

Serial interface -> works

LED's -> works

Internal SATA Interfaces -> work

Interal PATA Interface -> don't work

 

Big thx

Saires

 

Interal PATA Interface -> works with synoboot v4.

 

Installed image on internal dom on pata interface for bootup works fine. So no USB Stick for bootup needed.

 

Thx for the hint cadre

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Hi All,

can someone please explain how to upgrade from 4.3 v1.0 to 4.3 v1.1?

I prepared a new USB-stick with v1.1 and rebootet the Server with it....anything else to be done (I could not find a .pat file for v1.1)

 

Thanks for your help,

msmn

Hi,

this update is only in the IMG (USB stick) which contains kernel, drivers and complex stuff,

not in the PAT (DSM software side).

 

So no need to get another one for 1.1.

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Does iSCSI targets work in this build? I can create an iSCSI LUN and it makes the file in @iSCSITrg, but I cannot create an iSCSI Target at all. I get the error: "Connection failed. Please check your network settings."

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I have a working version for 4.3 update 3 running. How do i import my vmdk's from previous version 4.2 to 4.3? I can add disks to the 4.3 version but how do i get it to see it without FORMATTING or erasing all the data?

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Does iSCSI targets work in this build? I can create an iSCSI LUN and it makes the file in @iSCSITrg, but I cannot create an iSCSI Target at all. I get the error: "Connection failed. Please check your network settings."

 

I looked through my logs and found this:

Jan  5 21:14:51 DiskStation iscsi.cgi: iscsi_lio_target_portal_group_add.c:38 Failed to do command 'mkdir -p /sys/kernel/config/target/iscsi/iqn.2000-01.com.synology:diskstation.name/tpgt_0 1>/dev/null 2>&1', errno=-1
Jan  5 21:14:51 DiskStation iscsi.cgi: iscsi_lio_target_portal_group_add.c:39 Unable to create iSCSI Target Portal Group ConfigFS directory, iqn.2000-01.com.synology:DiskStation.name 0
Jan  5 21:14:52 DiskStation iscsi.cgi: iscsi_lio_target_iqn_remove.c:30 Unable to locate iSCSI Target IQN: /sys/kernel/config/target/iscsi/iqn.2000-01.com.synology:diskstation.name
Jan  5 21:14:52 DiskStation iscsi.cgi: iscsi_util.cpp:350 iscsi_util.cpp:261 Failed to create target

 

How do I fix this?

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The new iSCSI (LIO) currently is not enabled with Trantor's kernel build, but there's still a problem even if its enabled which I'm trying to figure out. To make iSCSI work, you have to change iscsi target type to IET in synoinfo.conf.

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Thanks... I wish I knew this before moving on from 4.2... my cluster is now dead (it only had test VM's) until this is enabled. Is there a discussion thread about iSCSI somewhere for the 4.3 build?

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on my new N54L (with patched BIOS/Settings, including e.g. SATA: up to 3GB, AHCI,...) with 4 SATA HDDs i installed DSM 4.2 initially and had Transfer rates at 80-100 MB/sec (over several 100 GB!)

Thereafter I upgraded to DSM 4.3 and now my Transfer rate is down to 40-50GB/sec (I didn´t Change nothing in the BIOS!)

 

Even after a complete reset/new Installation of DSM 4.2, the Transfer rate is still "only" 40-50GB/sec.....during boot process I now spotted the following messages for all SATA Ports: "SATA max UDMA/133" respectively "configured for UDMA/133"

 

Could anyone please support how to arrive back at the earlier Transfer rates?

Thanks in advance

msmn

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Did your BIOS get reset and you didn't know it?

 

Check the settings again...

From the main screen go to ‘Chipset > Southbridge Configuration > SB SATA Configuration’ and make sure your settings are the same as below:

OnChip SATA Channel = Enabled

SATA PORTS 4/5 IDE mode = Disabled

SATA EPS on all PORT = Enabled

SATA Power on all PORT = Enabled

Return to the main screen then go to ‘Advanced > IDE Configuration’ and again, make sure your settings are the same as below.

Embedded SATA Link Rate = 3.0Gbps MAX

 

There's a thread where BIOS settings were getting reset on reboot: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1316&start=50

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