This release has been tested on Mac OS X We are especially happy to have a more solid OS X Lion solution out to you. The new iSCSI initiator requires it. Details can be found at http: The Drobo Dashboard 2. Yes I had Java installed, and even tried reinstalling it.
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I am going to do a fresh install of Lion Server so I know exactly what I am dealing with. Will report back.
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So, no success on a clean install of Lion, or Lion Server. I have a feeling that something is wrong with my disk pack. I think I am going to try to move my data to an old Windows Home Server and start with a fresh disk pack. Wish me luck.
I had a case open with Drobo Support for this issue. So much for that. I installed the new Dashboard today and ran an rsync task which consistently caused the DroboPro to disconnect.
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For the first time since upgrading to Lion the rsync completed without a problem. It used to be free, but it's trialware now: Just wanted to let you know. Shame they ruined your and my! Thanks Andrew, you're absolutely right.
It seems that, as soon as the GlobalSAN initiator had some success, they changed the licensing model. I never updated this post, and it's good you posted your comment.
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Needless to say, I'm not going to pay that license for such a home-user scenario. It's a pity, because it was great to have that possibility. I made a small Cocoa GUI for rsync, which is not production-ready yet, but I'll surely post about it in the near future.
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It ought to be part of BSD for crise sakes. There is open iscsi, but its still not stable. Hello, Just followed your guide at least parts of it , and got everything up and running.
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The main issue I had in the end was the inability to update the size of the final formatted disk. From here I couldn't get the formatted disk to update in size, no matter what i tried. Decreasing it in size worked fine, as well as increasing it, but only up to the original size of the disk. This problem made me realize this solution wasn't for me, since the main thing I wanted was the ability to easily add another disk or two when I ran low on disk space. Just a heads up for everyone. Loved the guide though!
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