storage manager

  1. lbutlr

    Brand new drives marked as ‘Failing'

    I have tried to add 2 different 8TB drives to my DS218+ (one at an time) and each time the Synology refuses to add the drives, claiming they are ‘failing’. I’ve putlled the drives, reformatted them on a cmomputer, scanned them, and they are both fine (brand new drives from different...
  2. E

    Storage Manager rejects new healthy disks as "Critical" because of "reset commands"?

    I am trying to install a new HDD in my DS1515+. The hard drives are brand new Seagate Exos X. I have bought 3 of these drives, and 1 of them works fine and is now part of my storage pool, but the other 2 gives me an error when I install them in the DS. The error is "Multiple reset command...
  3. wizard99

    When does the Storage Manager Display the Total Volume Available?

    On my 920+ I had been running three, 3 TB Drives in SHR Mode..... I now added two 4 TB Drives as one of the 3 TB's may have been on its last legs. I deactivated that third suspect drive, Installed the new 4 TB in its place and allowed it to REPAIR and DATA Scrub. I then added the 4th 4 TB and...
  4. TrevorH

    DSM 7.0 Degraded Storage pool/volume options

    Hi, I setup my DS920+ yesterday and after a bit of faffing around, got it recognised on my network. Everything was fine, but when I got up there was a storage pool/volume degraded alert and 1 of the HDD was no longer recognised. As I’d setup 1 pool incorporating all 3 HDD I appear to be stuck...
  5. akahan

    Storage Manager Change in DSM7?

    In DSM6, I was able to see a nice graphical representation of the cache usage for my SSD cache - I'm pretty sure it was in Storage Manager. But in DSM7, I can no longer find it; is it gone, or did it move someplace obscure?
  6. fredbert

    Data scrubbing in Storage Manager

    Have been alerted [scared] by @jeyare about RAID 5 (SHR-1) potential for failure during rebuild due to unrecoverable read error (URE) when accessing disk sectors. The likelihood of this occurring increases the larger the RAID size. So given that in RAID 5 you have to reconstruct the missing data...
  7. pajczur

    Empty drive shows 0.5TB is used

    Hello, I am still experimenting with my new NAS DS220j. And now after I removed everything from all my drives, and empty all recycle bins, and deleted all Shared Folders, the Storage Manager still tells there is 524,5 GB in use. Before removing everything there was over 1 TB in use. And I...
  8. fredbert

    Hot Spare disks (Storage Manager)

    Being new to >2 bay NAS I hadn't seen the Hot Spare options before. Now I'm thinking about current usage but also migrating the RAID in the future. A few questions occur to me: The documentation lists the RAID types that are supported for Hot Spare. I use SHR-1 and this is omitted from the...
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