Hello all, glad to see this forum has taken off due to Synology's "new" forums are trash (veteran from the OG Synology forums).
I have RS2416+ rack NAS that I've gotten from where I work at. This unit has already been replaced due to needing the NAS up 24/7 and couldn't wait on getting it fixed...
I have a dead DS1815+ which won't power on and has NO signs of life! I have transferred all the HDDs to another DS1815+ and that's working fine, so no issues with potential data loss (Thank God!). I bought a replacement PSU, thinking that it must be the issue, but swapping PSU had made no...
So long story short: I have a DS920+ with 4 SSDs in. All of them are 1.92TB. I am using SHR.
One of the SSD died for the 3rd time so I will replace it.
I don't have another SSD right now but I have a 16TB HDD. Can I use it to repair the Storage Pool and then remove/deactivate it so it does...
Is it possible to configure a Synology NAS to automatically begin repairing a volume when a replacement disk is inserted into the NAS?
For reference I have Synology RS820+ DSM 6.2.3-25426
One of my concern was about - What would happen when my RAID contains BTRFS will degrade?
I found in official BTRFS Wiki these recommendations:
RAID1 volumes - if they become degraded may only be mounted read-write once with the options -o degraded,rw.
This does not happen...