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I understand your issue now, I keep seeing LS441D in the thread title and get confused how you could be out of memory.

the LS-XL, LS-CHLv2 and LS-WTGL all have only 64MB where all the other devices have 128M+. I have just finished creating a "low memory" version of the installer which side steps the issue you're running into by detecting and activating swap earlier in the install process. I'm going to test it on the LS-CHLv2 shortly, assuming it works I publish it and post a link so you can test it on the LS-WTGL.
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Hello,
I again had the same error OoM while partitioning the disks... Please let me know if I am making any mistake.. would love to get this working. Appreciate your help...

May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727647] active_anon:6691 inactive_anon:14 isolated_anon:0
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727647]  active_file:0 inactive_file:0 isolated_file:0
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727647]  unevictable:20214 dirty:0 writeback:0 unstable:0
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727647]  slab_reclaimable:799 slab_unreclaimable:708
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727647]  mapped:2099 shmem:16 pagetables:167 bounce:0
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727647]  free:1269 free_pcp:36 free_cma:0
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727693] Node 0 active_anon:26764kB inactive_anon:56kB active_file:0kB inactive_file:0kB unevictable:80856kB isolated(anon):0kB isolated(file):0kB mapped:8396kB dirty:0kB writeback:0kB shmem:64kB writeback_tmp:0kB unstable:0kB all_unreclaimable? no
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727758] Normal free:5076kB min:5408kB low:5736kB high:6064kB reserved_highatomic:0KB active_anon:26764kB inactive_anon:56kB active_file:0kB inactive_file:0kB unevictable:80856kB writepending:0kB present:131072kB managed:123604kB mlocked:0kB kernel_stack:488kB pagetables:668kB bounce:0kB free_pcp:144kB local_pcp:144kB free_cma:0kB
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727764] lowmem_reserve[]: 0 0 0
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727789] Normal: 1*4kB (M) 0*8kB 1*16kB (E) 0*32kB 11*64kB (M) 10*128kB (M) 4*256kB (ME) 0*512kB 2*1024kB (ME) 0*2048kB 0*4096kB = 5076kB
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727897] 20241 total pagecache pages
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727911] 0 pages in swap cache
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727926] Swap cache stats: add 0, delete 0, find 0/0
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727936] Free swap  = 0kB
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727946] Total swap = 0kB
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727956] 32768 pages RAM
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727965] 0 pages HighMem/MovableOnly
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727974] 1867 pages reserved
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727984] Tasks state (memory values in pages):
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.727995] [  pid  ]   uid  tgid total_vm      rss pgtables_bytes swapents oom_score_adj name
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728035] [     60]     0    60      855      583    10240        0         -1000 systemd-udevd
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728065] [    120]     0   120      537      351    10240        0             0 syslogd
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728094] [    122]     0   122      537      341    10240        0             0 klogd
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728122] [    820]     0   820     1918     1010    14336        0             0 haveged
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728151] [    833]     0   833      537      350    10240        0             0 debian-installe
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728179] [    840]     0   840      720      474    10240        0             0 screen
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728207] [    841]     0   841      892      680    12288        0             0 screen
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728234] [    843]     0   843      537      344    10240        0             0 sh
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728262] [    844]     0   844      537      365     8192        0             0 sh
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728290] [    845]     0   845      537      268    10240        0             0 tail
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728318] [    846]     0   846     2098     1372    18432        0             0 debconf
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728347] [    847]     0   847      495      353    10240        0             0 main-menu
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728374] [   1165]     0  1165      478      333     8192        0             0 udpkg
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728402] [   1166]     0  1166      537      396     8192        0             0 network-console
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728431] [   1179]     0  1179     1383      774    14336        0         -1000 sshd
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728459] [   1195]     0  1195     1383     1095    12288        0             0 sshd
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728487] [   1198]     0  1198      537      363    10240        0             0 debian-installe
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728515] [   1204]     0  1204      759      508    10240        0             0 screen
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728543] [   1205]     0  1205     1192      948    12288        0             0 screen
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728571] [   1207]     0  1207      537      363     8192        0             0 sh
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728599] [   1208]     0  1208      537      371     8192        0             0 sh
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728626] [   1209]     0  1209      537      306     8192        0             0 tail
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728654] [   1210]     0  1210     4802     4091    26624        0             0 debconf
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728682] [   1211]     0  1211      495      368    10240        0             0 main-menu
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728711] [   4917]     0  4917      478      332    10240        0             0 udpkg
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728739] [   4918]     0  4918      537      343    10240        0             0 partman-base.po
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728767] [   4919]     0  4919      549      407    10240        0             0 partman
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728795] [   4931]     0  4931      562      410    10240        0             0 anna
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728824] [   5054]     0  5054      478      351     8192        0             0 udpkg
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728853] [   5067]     0  5067      586      343    10240        0             0 debconf-loadtem
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728867] oom-kill:constraint=CONSTRAINT_NONE,nodemask=(null),task=debconf,pid=1210,uid=0
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.728927] Out of memory: Killed process 1210 (debconf) total-vm:19208kB, anon-rss:13844kB, file-rss:2520kB, shmem-rss:0kB, UID:0 pgtables:26kB oom_score_adj:0
May 15 18:32:42 kernel: [ 1004.772801] oom_reaper: reaped process 1210 (debconf), now anon-rss:0kB, file-rss:0kB, shmem-rss:0kB
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Storage / Re: HELP - LS-WXL E/AP - UNINSPECT-EME54
« Last post by 1000001101000 on May 14, 2020, 09:15:43 am »
The boot log looks more or less normal, at least the part that you got. once thing I noticed:
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<6>kernel: NAND device: Manufacturer ID: 0x20, Chip ID: 0xda (ST Micro NAND 256MiB 3,3V 8-bit)   169.254.38.222   14/05 15:55:00.951   
<6>kernel: Scanning device for bad blocks   169.254.38.222   14/05 15:55:00.951   
<5>kernel: 3 cmdlinepart partitions found on MTD device nand_mtd   169.254.38.222   14/05 15:55:00.951   
<4>kernel: Using command line partition definition   169.254.38.222   14/05 15:55:00.951   
<5>kernel: Creating 3 MTD partitions on "nand_mtd":   169.254.38.222   14/05 15:55:00.951   
<5>kernel: 0x000000000000-0x000001000000 : "boot"   169.254.38.222   14/05 15:55:00.951   
<5>kernel: 0x000001000000-0x00000f800000 : "rootfs"   169.254.38.222   14/05 15:55:00.951   
<5>kernel: 0x00000f800000-0x000010000000 : "reserve"   169.254.38.222   14/05 15:55:00.951

Looks like this device has on-board NAND which can be used to perform a firmware restore without messing with TFTP. I'd suggest wiping the drives and trying the process outlined in the "LS-WXL/E Quick Setup Guide" found here:
http://buffalo.jp/support_ap/support/products/ls_wxl.html
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Storage / No Settings Icon on homescreen of LS520D
« Last post by wouter1220 on May 14, 2020, 06:01:14 am »
For some reason I'm missing the settings button on the homescreen of my Linksys NAS.



This means I can't configure WebAcces or update the Firmware for that matter...

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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Storage / HELP - LS-WXL E/AP - UNINSPECT-EME54
« Last post by nguyendj on May 14, 2020, 05:13:08 am »
I Have LS-WXL for a while and cannot boot

Updater not found device

Nas Navi got error

this is boot log: I using tftpd

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BDC_7-O5h96W-s23VFzfQWlDd6m-UfMJ/view?usp=sharing

https://photos.app.goo.gl/kS2UNNtTRy7SCLqD8


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Storage / Re: Which drive to buy for 2011 (USB 2.0 plug in) Mac backup?
« Last post by davo on May 14, 2020, 03:27:15 am »
Anything in the current Drivestation or Ministation range will work, you will just need to format the disk to HFS+ once you get it as most of them are preformatted to NTFS.

https://www.buffalotech.com/products/category/external-hard-drives
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Storage / LS520D Max. Capacity
« Last post by john-r on May 13, 2020, 04:17:53 pm »
Please can anyone tell me whether 2x 6TB hard drives in RAID 1 (total capacity 6TB) inside an LS520D will work or not? The manual specifies "total capacities" and lists the maximum at 8TB, but the fully populated 8TB version of the LS520D is actually 4TB in RAID1 (2x 4TB drives). So, I'm not sure.

In which case, would 2x 8TB in RAID1 work? Has anyone tried it?

Also, Buffalo, PLEASE can you allow us the option to disable the extremely annoying auto generation of picture thumbnails? It's driving me absolutely bananas.
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Storage / Which drive to buy for 2011 (USB 2.0 plug in) Mac backup?
« Last post by silverek on May 13, 2020, 02:28:51 pm »
Which Buffalo product would be best/compatible (USB2.0) to backup my iMac 2011?
Thank you
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Storage / Re: Terastation TS5400R1604-us
« Last post by dailen on May 13, 2020, 12:05:07 pm »
Interestingly enough the exact same thing just happened to mine a few weeks ago. File shares continued to work until a power outage a few nights ago and now I can't access via web ui and NAS Navigator is showing the RAID as unformatted.

Currently away from home but will have my hands full when i get home next week.

The timing is odd though, mine was set to auto-update firmware so I'm wondering if that was the cause.
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Hi,

Yes, I have made changes to smb.sh to make it work with both SMB2 & SMB3 on my another Ls-WVL NAS. It works fine, no issues. Whereas, this LS-WTGL is not reading the smb.conf file and they say that this could be because of the Samba version (3.x). I am sure it works with Samba (v4.x or above) like a charm.

Going to this thread, I will start with Stretch and see it helps.. Will keep you posted.

Thank you,
laksjan
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