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  1. @TRS-80 - Just got a new 5port SATA card for testing, runs very nice! A delock card
  2. @TRS-80 - Ohh yes, i know your opinion about GUI - I will check it out, i have a ROCKPRO64 with 5 SSD just sitting on the shelf.. What do you want to do with it? RAID BACKUP? what about apt install spl-dkms zfs-dkms it it fails you can check the status with dkms status
  3. @TRS-80 - I haven't tried ZFS, but sounds interesting - Is the ZFS in OMV good enough? I can install and try it out? The card i use now has been running for months now, also heavy read and write tasks, many different kernels, no problems at all. So stabil for sure. But i can try the ZFS out, you just say the word.
  4. @TRS-80 - Nice found, i have been testing around 10 sata cards, all of them 4 or 4+ ports.. And all "dirt" cheap cards have all been working, also out of the box.. But the more expensive cards have problems, all of them.. I now use some "no name or so" PCI-E 3.0, 5 port card, with 5 SSD disks. And that card also can boot the system (Not all the cards can) @TRS-80 - If i should test something for you with the 5 port JMicron card i have, just tell and i will do so. Did look just now, the card is with JMicron chipset.
  5. @TRS-80 - Is it possible in any way, the login did come from you with 2 login attempts almost same time, if you follow me?
  6. @TRS-80 - I have not received email notification related to the topic, have you noticed from any other sites also?
  7. @TRS-80 - Got it working? *Did forget your last line, with the reporting back info.
  8. @TRS-80 - I do use i 5 port card now, works out of the box, and very cheap.. any ways. If i remember correct, i did something like this: cd /etc/udev/rules.d sudo nano 99-9230.rules in the file add this line ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="pci", ATTR{vendor}=="0x1b4b", ATTR{device}=="0x9230", RUN+="/bin/bash -c 'echo %k > /sys/bus/pci/drivers/ahci/bind'" reboot, and the card should be visible, in OMV Hi, i have inserted link from a older thread, where we talked about rockpro64 as a NAS
  9. @balbes150I think i read some where that default passwd is: asdasd
  10. @jtremblant @Salvador Liébana @Werner @TRS-80 - From my point of view, i did not think @Werner wanted to insult you on purpose. @Werner did propose I think you all in some point misunderstand each other.. Lets all take a deep breath Again from my point of view, it seems you all are on the "same page"
  11. @Waryle Thanks for update, and the fine description. Yeah, BTRFS is a problem i did also hit the "wall" and did also go through with Ext4, i havent got any downtime yet.
  12. @Waryle I boot up from SSD drive, i use a 5 port sata card. And boot from the upper port "5" Im not sure if it can boot from other ports, but i did disconnet all other drives, than the "boot" drive, on first boot-up
  13. @Waryle - Myself did use, uboot from.. Auyfan, i'm pretty sure, it was an img to burn on the sdcard to the spi. It was pretty easy. I will look for it tonight. Thanks. *Im not 100% sure if the uboot, was able to boot from any port, what card do you use? *This one on your sdcard - u-boot-flash-spi-rockpro64.img.xz, boot up. If remember right it is that one, and when your box start blinking, it should be done. I did wait a minut, just to make sure it was done right. NOTE **2020.01-ayufan-2014-gff2cdd38 released ayufan: rockchip: allow to boot scsi4, as JMS585 can have 5 drives