DS220+ DSM 7.1.1 | Disk space warning. Deleted a lot of files but unable to gain any disk space.

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DS220+ DSM 7.1.1 | Disk space warning. Deleted a lot of files but unable to gain any disk space.

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Hi Ther,
I'm using DS220+ with DSM 7.1.1-42962 Update 5.

Shows a disk space warning. I house keep and deleted many files but the space still remains same. I stop snapshot, disable the recycle option for all. follow the instruction to clear the recycle but still not able to gain anu extra disk space.

Need some guide.

thank you.
 

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Your screenshot shows your volume at 3.4 TB usage. Of this your /homes folder is using ~2.9 TB. That is where I would start looking. You also have ~0.6 TB in @synologydrive.... I'm curious... is your volume ext4 formatted? Or btrfs.

To explore /homes you can either do that manually, or drill down using the same command set ... for example... and follow the largest use path.

cd /volume1/homes
du -h -d1
 
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Your screenshot shows your volume at 3.4 TB usage. Of this your /homes folder is using ~2.9 TB. That is where I would start looking. You also have ~0.6 TB in @synologydrive.... I'm curious... is your volume ext4 formatted? Or btrfs.

To explore /homes you can either do that manually, or drill down using the same command set ... for example... and follow the largest use path.

cd /volume1/homes
du -h -d1

it's a 2 x 4T Raid . using Btrfs.

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Snapshot consumption can only be determined through the package itself...

To estimate storage usage by snapshots of a shared folder:​

  1. Select a shared folder you wish to evaluate snapshot usage of.
  2. Click Snapshot > Calculate Size.
  3. Select a time range by entering a start date and an end date, and then click Calculate now.
    Note: The minimum time range is 7 days.
AFAIK, snapshots can only be deleted through the package, or by using btrfs commands (which I won't go into here). Also... the "size" that du reports for snapshots does not represent the storage space occupied.

Another concern I saw involved your ABB storage. Look there as well. ABB space use can only be discerned through the package IIRC.
 

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