To be more precise about the headline term – different SSDs in this case – means different SSDs based on using different SSD's internal architecture or subsystems like:
SSD built-in cache
SSD cell technologies
and not about the same SSDs with different capacities only...
I just bought 2 ssds that I want to use for caching.
How do I install them on an Nas that is already up and running. If I shut down the nas and pull out 2-3 drives to access the ssd slots wont I ruin the storage pool created already?
On rebuilding my DS920+. I'm wondering if it's worth activating the 1tb SSD cache. It was in my old system that crashed but never noticed a difference. Should I activate it or just ignore it. I've read here and on other forums that it doesn't make much difference and uses some system ram when...
Hi guys, I've just purchased a new nas (ds1821+) and I'm guessing if bye or not the m.2 2280 nvme ssd.
What are the advantages? Being a professional photographer I use the nas as the archive for all of my pictures. Does the expense make sense? What is the suggested size/brand?
first of all: thank you if you are helping me out!
I've got a ds1621+ hooked up via 10gbe on my iMac via a thunderbolt adapter.
Running speed tests to my nas with Black Magic I have 500+ write and about 1000 read.
So far so good!
But, and that is the strange thing. Coming home from...
DSM 6.2 through 6.2.4 Flash-Cache (SSD/NVME) worked great.
DSM 7.01 removed only one key feature.
DSM 7.1 now works entirely differently, removing many key features while adding just one feature.
This post encourages discussion on the huge differences in these DSM Flash-Cache features now...
So, this is a head scratcher for me and need help figuring this out. In an endeavor to ensure that this goes according to plan, I look to you, the Synology geniuses, to guide me.
I currently have the Synology DS218+ that I use as a Plex Media Server but also use for backups. One of my hard...
So I have a leftover NVMe M.2 drive sitting in a drawer because I replaced a 512 Western digital in my laptop with a Samsung 970 EVO plus 1TB.
In other words...its "free" and currently useless.
I am waiting for a 920+ to be delivered, with my use case Synology Photos, Family Files storage...
I'm adding SSD cache to my RP2418RP+, and I'm looking at the M2D18 and M2D20. The M2D20 would be the obvious choice given the PCIe 3.0 performance except the drive compatibility list only including Synology drives, the maximum of which is 800GB. If I go for the older M2D18, I can find plenty...
Ijn Storage Manager in 7.1, On a 720+ with M.2 R/W cache that was enabled in V6..... Now in V7.1 I'm being told in Storage mananger that I should remove the V6 SSD Cache, and then re-install it under 7.1, as it will be a better Cache.....
Never done this before, and I've read corruption can...
please read, if you are interested, with even more caution than the HDD stats, this first report.
This first blog is full of precautions as drive count is only 2200, and drive days are low so confidence levels are wide.
Also there is a limited selection of SSD brands, that seems not yet...
I have used a 512Gb NVMe card for cache, and soon will acquire one more. I have run cache advisor which suggests at least 1Tb for cache. Most of the large operations are reading not writing. Most bulk writes occur through slow transmissions, such as over residential fiber uplink. The system runs...
I recently ran the SSD Caching Advisor and it recommended 240 GB to me for my DS920+.
What I would like to know is how do I interpret this value?
Do I have to buy 2 ~240GB SSDs for each bay or am I supposed to buy like 2 ~120GB SSDs to make up the full 240GB?
Also for future refence...
Hi there ;)
1 year ago I bought a DS920+ with 4 SSDs from Seagate. Slowly I am realizing I made a mistake when buying it, for one simple reason: NAS SSDs are insanely expensive and hard to find.
The SSDs are 1.92 TB each and for the amount of data I need they are not enough (I am using SHR)...
Cheapest I have seen an 8TB SSD, for those that laugh at the Synology Vendor Lock - down to £555 on Amazon:
For those that appreciate SSD volumes, of course.
Will the next step after optane, mean a full integration of ram, ssd and flash, making hardware even simpler and storage cheaper?
Developments from the UK university of Lancaster:
I made a hack for my Synology Devices so it uses now every hard disk i put into it.
After i tested it on my 2 devices i think its ok to post it on Github so everyone can try it. I have tested it with DSM 7.0.1.
GitHub - Livedeath2k/Synology-Compatibility-Hack: It's a hack to disable the...
Out with the old:
In with the new:
Another 4TB WD Blue to add to the volume - I've been very happy with these drives to date.
It's only since the trading the RS1221+ fan noise for the Noctua silence do you get to fully appreciate the peace of SSDs. Usually when I open the door to the...
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...