3.2 ... 1922

A DSM update including Directory Server, LDAP Client, Remote Folder, Virtual Drive, Syslog Server, Mac OS X Lion Support, Photo Station 5, Google Cloud Print, UPnP Router Support, DSM mobile, and CalDAV server; along with other software enhancements.
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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by Krusty » Thu Sep 08, 2011 2:38 am

With reference to my previous post, downloaded (manually from Europe) & installed with no issues whatsoever. Not sure if it offers any actual benefits for the average home user (me) but I'm sure there are improvements there. 8)

Edit: Forgot to say DS111. :oops:

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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by xexebanana » Thu Sep 08, 2011 12:24 pm

Here DS211j, made the update via the Webgui no problems. Download was fast and update went very well
DS211j & DS215j

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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by rteglgaa » Thu Sep 08, 2011 3:03 pm

DS211j here. I get the file corrupted error as well :(

Can some of you who updated successfully list the features and settings you are using? Maybe it's some sort of incompability with a specific feature that causes this. Since it only applies to some people...

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Unread post by marco.ferrauti » Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:20 pm

Hi guys i cannot upgrade my ds211j from 3.1 1613 to 3.2 1922 (nor 3.1 1742 nor 3.1 1748) it copies .pat on the Nas , starts upgrading programs but at 73% stops with unknown error nr. 20 (all 3 updates) i have 2x WD 1003fbyx hdd in my nas and all seems to be ok. Plz where is the problem ?

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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by Krusty » Fri Sep 09, 2011 12:45 am

Sorry! :oops: :oops: :oops: Double posted - see below! :mrgreen: :D :?
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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by Krusty » Fri Sep 09, 2011 12:52 am

Krusty wrote:
rteglgaa wrote:DS211j here. I get the file corrupted error as well :(
Can some of you who updated successfully list the features and settings you are using?
/Rasmus
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit (though that's not relevant I believe). Selected "Manual" download & downloaded file DS_DS111_1922 (176,500KB). I don't really understand why each model has a specific file but maybe there are subtle differences & the file for your DS211j is in fact corrupt. :?

After file finished downloading logged into device (DS111), went to "Control Panel>DSM Update> Clicked "Manual DSM Update, browsed to file's saved location, selected & updated. That's it - done! :mrgreen:

I'm assuming you tried different download sites, what was the file name & size. Logic would seem to indicate it should be of a similar or identical size albeit a different name. :?:

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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by cread » Fri Sep 09, 2011 4:53 pm

I had similar issue with updates. What I found is if the file was on the DS I was upgrading, I had issues. So now I copy the file to the PC I am using and then do a manual update. Give that a Try. Also use the MD5 checksum found on the FTP server to verify the data is OK.
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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by Badmonkey0 » Sat Sep 10, 2011 5:04 pm

there seems to be multiple issues with upgrading to 3.2, is this a stable release or just too much noise?

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Unread post by 2326766 » Sun Sep 11, 2011 1:22 am

Did a live update on my DS209+ from 3.2 Beta to 3.2-1922 and the system did not complete the reboot process.

I had to unplug the power two times waiting 5 minutes in between before it finally booted with 3.2-1922

This is the 2nd time I did a live update with different versions and had to hard reset the system each time, so I don't think I will do a live update and stick with downloading then update from a pc/laptop.

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Unread post by miam » Sun Sep 11, 2011 1:09 pm

Hello everybody,

if you have controlled the MD5 checksum of the DSM file, could you check the size of your system ?

open a SSH or telnet session in root mode and write df - h

perhaps our issue is due to the system size which has to be 2,3Go.

thanks

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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by gerritjan » Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:37 pm

miam wrote:Hello everybody,

if you have controlled the MD5 checksum of the DSM file, could you check the size of your system ?

open a SSH or telnet session in root mode and write df - h

perhaps our issue is due to the system size which has to be 2,3Go.

thanks
I saw the space problem with previous updates but then it reported something like 'not enough space to do an update'
Anyway, this is my df -h:

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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by miam » Sun Sep 11, 2011 3:27 pm

gerritjan wrote:
miam wrote:Hello everybody,

if you have controlled the MD5 checksum of the DSM file, could you check the size of your system ?

open a SSH or telnet session in root mode and write df - h

perhaps our issue is due to the system size which has to be 2,3Go.

thanks
I saw the space problem with previous updates but then it reported something like 'not enough space to do an update'
Anyway, this is my df -h:

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From our side, on the french synology forum, we are trying to find the root cause of the uninstallation problem.
the system size seems to be a common item.
The investigation results in a few days ... wait and see

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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by gerritjan » Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:48 am

Synology did respond to my upgrade problem. See this thread:

http://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic ... 81&t=41052

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Re: 3.2 ... 1922

Unread post by chrisbepost » Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:06 pm

Had the same error with DS207+. Updating with .pat on PC instead of NAS worked. Instructions from Synology:

Make sure to store the .pat firmware file on your PC local drive instead of the shared folder on Synology NAS Server and try the upgrade process again.

If it still doesn't work try to install the firmware again after applying these steps:

1. Turn off Jumbo frame and HTTPS if the function is currently turned on
2. Connect DS207+ directly to a PC using an Ethernet cable without going through router
3. Turn off any firewall on the PC and update DSM again

other things to look for:
* Make sure that the upgrade file (the .pat file) is on local computer, and not any network resource or on the DS.
* Disable network services such as Web Station, File Station, Photo Station, FTP, iTunes, etc
* If you are using Safari, please execute the upgrade in Firefox or Internet Explorer
gerritjan wrote:Automatic update still failes on my DS210+.
When I click on Update now it tells me: Fail to update the file. The file is probably corrupt. :?:

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