1. M

    New 576TB NAS, pool & RAID planning (SA3600 + 2 exp)

    Hi, This isn't my first NAS rodeo, but first time we're giving Synology a serious chance at our company. The hardware arrives in a few days, and I want to plan the volume makeup ahead of time. SA3600 (128GB RAM) + 2 x RS1222sas expansion chassis, full with 36 x 16TB Toshiba enterprise drives...
  2. H

    How do I clear NAS of old drive data?

    Had single drive storage pool in drive 8 on DS1821+ Deleted storage pool & physically ejected drive 8 but Storage manager/Drive Information still shows as present in the NAS. How do I clear NAS of old drive data? Please advise.
  3. BobW

    Can you combine SSD and HDD disk into one SHR storage pool

    Hi, Question is it possible to combine 1 SSD disk and 2 HDD disk into one SHR storage pool with one volume? At the moment I have 1x 2TB SSD into storage pool 1 (volume 1) And 2x 8TB HDD into storage pool 2 (volume 2) On the SSD I have all the applications / Docker/ MailPlus-server and also the...
  4. S

    Increase storage pool and add another volume or create another storage pool?

    Morning all, Just purchased a new ds1520. Initially populated it with 3x2TB disks, created a storage pool (shr) with all three and then created a volume with all available storage. Everything is working fine. I have now installed 6TB and 8TB disks to completely populate the 5 drives. My...
  5. S

    Building a Storage Pool -- Long Time

    So why does it take so long to build a storage pool on my new DS1520? I have 3 for the 5 drives populated with 2 TBs each. It has been running for nearly 48 hours and still has 75% left to complete. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks, Harold
  6. jann

    Does the number of drives I "can lose" w/o losing integrity change depending on how full the Storage Pool is?

    I am just wondering...those of you who remember my horrific start w/my DS1520+ know that I did this wrong to begin with. Let's be nice to me and set that aside. I put drives that were too large in my Synology to begin with and had to spend tons of $$ to go up from there when I expanded. (ie...