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Alex_G

RAID and Volume lost after reboot - ESX, 6.5, DSM 6.1.4

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Dear all,

 

I was installing mine Xpenology with manuals and files from pigr8 https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/7667-how-to-clean-install-in-vm-using-102b/?do=findComment&comment=74129

 

All went fine, until 1st reboot. Afer reboot i lost RAID group and Volume. When Xpenology boot without RAID group and Volume, i can easybuild RAID group again and create Volume and it will work again untill 1st reboot (normaly if there were any data, all is lost).

 

The RAID group and Volume  creatad on VMware virtual disk won't diapear after restart:

 

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Hard disk 1:

8GB

Thin provisioned

SCSI controller 0, SCSI (0:0)

Dependent

 

Hard disk 3:

3TB

Thick provisioned, lazly zeroed

SCSI controller 0, SCSI (0:1)

Independent - persistant

 

Hard disk 4:

3TB

Thick provisioned, lazly zeroed

SCSI controller 0, SCSI (0:2)

Independent - persistant

 

System:

 HP N54L, 16GB RAM, 250GB HDD + 2x 3TB HDD in RAW mode mounted in RDM

 

loader: 1.02b

DS3615xs, DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update1

 

 

Hope nayone will have idea how to solve that, as i was searching forum and wasn't able to find solution how to solve.

 

Thank you!

Alex_G

 

 

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UPDATE!

 

If i create Datastore on VMWARE and add this datastore to Xpenology, my Volumes are not lost after restart.

If i make RAW mount and creat VMFS images and than i add those existing disks to Xpenology VM than i always lose volume/raid group at each restart.

 

Any idea what i'm doing wrong?

Maybe now someone will have idea where i'm wrong.

 

Thank you,

Alex_G

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