Changing Data Scrubbing Dates & Times

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Hi There!

Wondering if anyone can point me in DSM where I can change the Data Scrubbing Start Dates & Times.

It seems to me that Synology has really dumbed down the Data Scrubbing Scheduling Options.

How would I setup data scrubbing to start running say the 3rd Monday of each month?

Thanks!
 
Go into Storage Manager and settings are all there (see mine)
 

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So how do you change the next run date & time?
 
Well it will let you change the time period.

Monthly
Three Months
Six Months
Yearly

and it will let you do it days of the week and what time (blue blocks)
 

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So you kind of get it schedule to start on a specific date / time by pausing it and playing with a weekly schedule until you get it where you want it?

Man it would sure be nice if they allow you to select certain days of the month (i.e. The 1st of every month) certain days of the week (i.e. Monday, Tuesday, etc.), intervals (i.e. Dail, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly, etc.) and schedule times of the day to run.

Thanks
 
well it is what it is I guess. I have it set to do it very early AM when no one using the NAS. I seems to work all ok
 

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