Hi Martin,

I sincerely apologize for setting the wrong severity to the wrong
package in the original report.
(I thought the system could be in a state where it would not reboot at all)

I am sorry to inform you that changing to MODULES=dep in
initramfs.conf did not help.
(driver-policy already had MODULES=dep).

And no, I am not using LVM or RAID (just a standard ext2-partitions
for /, /boot, /home/ and one for swap on a single SATA drive).

The good thing is that the system reboots properly and seems to work
fine with the old 3.16 kernel.

There is no

I will try it out and get back.

Thank you very much!

On 12 February 2018 at 21:57, Martin Michlmayr <t...@cyrius.com> wrote:
> Unfortunately my memory is quite bad.  I *thought* the current
> installer configured XZ compression by default but it seems that's not
> the case.  So the documentation on my web site is correct.
> * The installer sets MODULES=dep
> * It has done so for a long time
> * But you've upgraded from a really old release where this wasn't the case (I 
> believe)
> * The installer doesn't configure XZ compression
> * You don't need it for a normal installation
> * If you want LVM or RAID, you have to use XZ, as per the hint at 
> http://www.cyrius.com/debian/orion/qnap/ts-109/known-issues/
> At least I *believe* that's the case.  I didn't investigate in detail.
> --
> Martin Michlmayr
> http://www.cyrius.com/

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