for me, fixing the ip address did not change anything...
my observations from using 2.0.4 were:
- all shares quite unstable on lion, frequent disconnections, took long time to connect to shares
- multimedia service first stable on my dlna tv, then became unstable and finally stopped working
- dashboard first stable,then getting worse, until finally it stopped being available at all - that's when i went for reset to factory settings
- seems like every time i tried to make a time machine backup, except for the first, initial backup, got the device to hang, so i had to reboot it. seems like after each reboot it was getting worse, i think i tried about 10 times until i managed to screw the device up completely....
LaCie has acknowledged this morning (CET) that the update is not available anymore. An hour ago I re-checked, and there is now a version 2.0.5 available. I have upgrade my NS2 succesfully and created a TM backup from Snow Leopard. No problems. I have not yet upgraded to Lion yet.
Is there someone who is willing to test this upgrade 2.0.5 under Lion?
I have upgraded to 2.0.5.
+ Dashboard is snappier,
+ Shares access from Lion is visibly faster
+ NAS appears quickly when I connect to the network
Still not OK:
- ITunes still cannot play music from the NAS (it loads the library, the files appear for a split of a second, then it goes back to the default local library). It all has worked on Snow Leopard - anybody has any idea how to fix it?
- TM did not pick up my backup on USBShare (I do my network backup on USB share, since this seems to be the only way to limit the size of my TM backup), so I had to format it and will do a full backup this night, let's see how it goes
- I'm getting a strange message from either Finder, or LaCie Network Assistant, not sure what's the source: "Something wrong with the volume's CNID DB, using temporary CNID DB instead.Check server messages for details". I think it happens only when I connect to the NAS manually, not 100% sure though.
I upgraded today and it seems to be working right!
Time machine picked up my backup disk and calculated changes, and then backed up 165Gb of data! Pheuf! That was ... a considerable amount. Of course I guess changing the whole OS and not backing up for more than a month would produce that many changes. Besides my disk is 750Gb with 500 used space. Hourly backups work. No problems so far.
Connecting to Time machine works excelent and it seems a bit faster to me.
Even the back-in-time app works ok.
Files from the past were recovered and checked and seem to come with no errors. Only full Restore I could not check out! I don't suppose there would be any problems there though.
Overall, the update works... so far...
The Lacie website, release the 2.0.5 firmware, and the improvements are:
- [System] Support for SFTP
- [System] Full backup to DAS
- [System] Daily eco management settings
- [System] Japanese support
- [System] Time Machine compatibility for Mac OS Lion
- [System] Dashboard usability improvements
- [System] Product stability enhancements
maybe solve ours problems
I have Lion 10.7.1 and a new Lacie Network Space 2 firmware 2.0.5. I bought it this week and have had problems with it sence day one. It appears and dissappears all the time and I cant connect to it more than for a couple of minutes.
Lacie told me it could be the power supply that is to weak.
Anyone having the same problem or maybe have a solution?
I talked to lacie. They told me to listen to the transformator when its connected to the main and not the drive. If i makes a high pitch noise it might be broken and not generating enough current to the NAS.
They are sending me à new one.
Ive tried to turn off the torrent and ftp. I did that two days ago and are still running without any problems.
Thaks you oligarken, on my opinion it's a firmware/configuration problem (not hardware because it starded with my new Macbook Air Lion, before all ok with old lacie firmware and windows 7 notebook).
I will try to listen to the transformator and to turn off the torrent and ftp services...