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Developer / Architect for

  • .net
  • Java EE
  • SAP ABAP

Further interests: Flight simulation (FSX), aviation


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comment Change default search name
yep, gives me xyz.mydomain first and fritz.box second - seems to be OK for the moment. Thanks
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accepted Change default search name
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comment Change default search name
Just as a remark, there seems to be no way to set it in the router.
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asked Change default search name
Jun
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comment From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)
Again no luck with my QNAP system, udevadm not available. Nevertheless we do have a comprehensive summary of commands here right now, thanks.
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comment From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)
Thanks for the hint, but no luck. I have tried sda, sdb, sdb3, sda3 etc, all the same issue HDIO_DRIVE_CMD(identify) failed: Invalid argument Run it as admin, which should be root on QNAP, sudo I cannot find (tried sudo hdparm ...)
Jun
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comment From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)
Sounds good, in my case I do get the following response: HDIO_DRIVE_CMD(identify) failed: Invalid argument Have updated question.
Jun
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revised From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)
Steven's answer
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comment From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)
I am using the dmesg approach, as in jippie's comment above. Will rate this as answer anyway, since it is correct.
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accepted From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)
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comment From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)
The dmesg approach works, thx. Will rate your answer below as correct, and add a comment.
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comment From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)
On my QNAP NAS I do not find this lshw command. Checked /sbin /usr/sbin Any idea where else I could find it? I believe you this is working, unfortunately not on my Linux based NAS.