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PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:26 pm 
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Guys,

Finally, the latest annoying issue - incorrect hot-swap drives detection upon addition and removal, has been resolved.
The latest packaged version mediasmartserver_0.3-1ubuntu1_i386.deb.tar.gz contains:

1. the original code from the repository:

https://bitbucket.org/adaptation/medias ... /wiki/Home

2. activity-v2.patch.txt applied
3. my fixes for:
- incorrect bay index detection
- incorrect hot-swap drives detection upon addition and removal.

Your feedback is highly appreciated.

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K. Hendrik wrote:
Is the h340 driver (kernel module) suitable for the h341???

I've just tested on my new h341. HDD leds do not work. Info Led is still blinking but "--brightness" option works.

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bin # ./mediasmartserverd --xmas
Found: HP MediaSmart Server 48X


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simple wrote:
K. Hendrik wrote:
Is the h340 driver (kernel module) suitable for the h341???

I've just tested on my new h341. HDD leds do not work. Info Led is still blinking but "--brightness" option works.

Code:
bin # ./mediasmartserverd --xmas
Found: HP MediaSmart Server 48X


mediasmartserverd is not a kernel module. I assume K. Hendrik was asking about leds-h340-0.2.tar.gz.


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@merelin can you post your sources? I'm not running a deb-based distro on my h340 and am not around any at the moment. I would like to try it out.

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cclonch wrote:
@merelin can you post your sources? I'm not running a deb-based distro on my h340 and am not around any at the moment. I would like to try it out.

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Two patches are attached:
    1. incremental one after activity-v2.patch.txt
    2. cumulative one that already contains changes from activity-v2.patch.txt

You can apply either of the two.

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I also tried this on my H341, but it doesn't work.

Is there any chance that somebody will be able to modify this so that it also runs on the H341. I don't think that there should be such a big difference to the H340.

Thanks in advance.


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IzeQube wrote:
I also tried this on my H341, but it doesn't work.

Is there any chance that somebody will be able to modify this so that it also runs on the H341. I don't think that there should be such a big difference to the H340.

Thanks in advance.


As far as I'm concerned somebody should attach his WNAS.sys driver for H341 first.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 12:22 pm 
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merelin wrote:
Guys,

Finally, the latest annoying issue - incorrect hot-swap drives detection upon addition and removal, has been resolved.
The latest packaged version mediasmartserver_0.3-1ubuntu1_i386.deb.tar.gz contains:


merelin,

Is it possible for you to build a 64bit version of the Debian/Ubuntu package or provide instructions on how to?

Thanks,

daze


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dazealex wrote:
merelin,

Is it possible for you to build a 64bit version of the Debian/Ubuntu package or provide instructions on how to?

Thanks,

daze


dazealex,

No problems. Do you need a version compiled against 64bit or just 32bit binaries re-packaged for amd64?
By the way, which NAS box do you have? Why would you want a 64bit version? Do you run 64bit Ubuntu on your box?


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merelin wrote:
No problems. Do you need a version compiled against 64bit or just 32bit binaries re-packaged for amd64?
By the way, which NAS box do you have? Why would you want a 64bit version? Do you run 64bit Ubuntu on your box?

merlin,

A native 64bit compiled version would be best. I am running Ubuntu Karmic (64bit) on the Acer H340. It's running rock solid since last year. I was also able to run OpenSolaris on this box, but it wasn't the thing for me. I am eagerly awaiting BTRFS to be production ready so I can use the compression abilities it provides. ZFS is nice, and can also be run using ZFS-Fuse, albeit with a performance penalty.

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dazealex wrote:
merlin,

A native 64bit compiled version would be best. I am running Ubuntu Karmic (64bit) on the Acer H340. It's running rock solid since last year. I was also able to run OpenSolaris on this box, but it wasn't the thing for me. I am eagerly awaiting BTRFS to be production ready so I can use the compression abilities it provides. ZFS is nice, and can also be run using ZFS-Fuse, albeit with a performance penalty.

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daze


dazealex,

A package built for amd64 architecture attached.
By the way what are the reasons to run amd64 version on H340?
As far as I'm concerned, even though you have 4G+ memory you can use PAE kernel.


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merelin wrote:
By the way what are the reasons to run amd64 version on H340?
As far as I'm concerned, even though you have 4G+ memory you can use PAE kernel.

merelin, I have no real reasons for using the 64bit version other than the fact that I can. :)
Curious though; Would there be a disadvantage to using it over the 32bit version?


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dazealex wrote:
merelin wrote:
By the way what are the reasons to run amd64 version on H340?
As far as I'm concerned, even though you have 4G+ memory you can use PAE kernel.

merelin, I have no real reasons for using the 64bit version other than the fact that I can. :)
Curious though; Would there be a disadvantage to using it over the 32bit version?


dazealex,

Please take a look at the following topic: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=368607


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merelin wrote:
IzeQube wrote:
I also tried this on my H341, but it doesn't work.

Is there any chance that somebody will be able to modify this so that it also runs on the H341. I don't think that there should be such a big difference to the H340.

Thanks in advance.


As far as I'm concerned somebody should attach his WNAS.sys driver for H341 first.



Hello!

Here is the wnas.sys of the h341 system. ;) Maybe u can give us a hint to fix the h340 driver....


Holger


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dg3feh wrote:

Hello!

Here is the wnas.sys of the h341 system. ;) Maybe u can give us a hint to fix the h340 driver....

Holger


dg3feh,

The only hint I can give you at the moment is this one: http://www.mediasmartserver.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2335

Cheers.


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