Hope everybody is alright and well. I just want to ask how to delete the #snapshot folder. I have Min.IO server setup on our Syno through docker and it doesn't like any additional folders within its data mount.
Most of the shares on my Synology aren't encrypted, but I do have a couple that are encrypted.
I've noticed that I can browse any of the snapshots of the 'regular' shares when I want to find & restore a few files or folders. But with the encrypted shares it seems like I can't select a snapshot...
I'm using snapshot replication to backup my primary NAS to a secondary NAS. To do this, you have to set credentials on the primary NAS for an admin user on the target NAS. I'd prefer to use a service account that only has the required permissions, but according to Syno support this isn't...
I have a couple of Synology NAS currently and I wondered whether there was a way to sync NAS1 shared folder A to NAS2 shared folder A such that, if NAS1 goes down, NFS (and potentially CIFS, etc) connections from clients would automatically failover to NAS2?
I'm aware of Synology...
Out of a sudden, my Snapshot Replication (not creating snapshots on a Btrfs HDD) stopp working. I'm replicating four shared folders from my DS916+ to a DS918+, same LAN, actually are placed side by side.
The error I'm receiving on my DS916+ says authentication failure. The password did not...
I've been backing up with Snapshot Replication for a few months since I bought an new DiskStation (as well as backing up via Hyper Backup), but haven't really used it to restore files. I kind of turned it on because I had the space & left it running without 'interfering with it'.
It seems that...
As I read @Shadow's respons on the official Synology forum including his reference to this forum, I decided to come over here as well.
The Snapshop and Replication thread is rather empty though, let's change that ;-).
Here a copy of my Synology forum question.
upfront apologies, been...