I just populated my new Corza with 2 1TB Hitachi drives with the expectation of creating a RAID1 configuration.
After seeing that there were 2 FW upgrades available, I decided to install them both prior to formatting the drives, so that I wouldn't have any data loss.
I "performed both upgrades" using the FW upgrade link via the web interface. I quoted that phrase because I'm not sure that either upgrade actually happened.
To upgrade, I pointed the web interface to each update in turn and hit the "upgrade" button, and my web browser and machine load both indicated that there was something clearly going on. After awhile, the browser indicated that the frame data was no longer available. I clicked on another link and got a refreshed frame with status.
I did this for FW version 1.5 (Patriot_v_1.5.tar.gz) and v1.51B (Patriot_v1.51B-021209.tar.gz). I then proceeded to go through a similar SW update process to add the UPnP SW (UPnP.bz2) and the torrenting support (torrentflux-1.142B.bz2).
After doing all this, I looked at the Status link (I think that's what it's called, I can't currently see the page) and it showed FW v1.5. After performing the upgrades, I would expect to see v1.51B, so I became suspicious.
Looking at the current "Corza English Manual.pdf" file, p40 ("Firmware Update Process"), I see that "Once the update process is completed, the system will
reboot and ask for username and password to login the system". This did not occur during either of my "upgrades".
After seeing this, I decided that I would reboot the Corza, to see if the FW upgrades had indeed been properly installed. I went to the "Turn Off Server" link and hit the "Turn off" button. I got the following response (see attachment for screen shot):
The browser will be close.
Time has passed for 54 minutes 18 second
The time continues to increment. I can try to guess what's happening, but can anyone tell me what's happening?
Thanks in advance for any concrete information that you can provide.