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any ideas what this is and why is using so much CPU?

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Answer my question(s) first then I'll answer yours :)
 
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main reason, is that the NAS is, apparently, sitting idle yet the CPU usage is at 47%.
the screenshot shows the process using the most CPU (even though it's only 4.7%), i don't usually see that process sitting using that much.

sometimes i see two of those synosci processes using the same amount of CPU.
 
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sigh... where do you think i see it?
are you able to answer the question i asked?
 
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are you able to answer the question i asked?
No I can't, because what you posted indicates a 4.7% CPU utilization... which, by no standard that I'm aware of is considered "high". There will always be desktop utilization when you are using the desktop view.
 
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so you can't answer what the process is, or why it's using 4.7% CPU, so forgive me for asking, why did you even bother posting in the thread? you could have used your time better elsewhere, please feel free to do that.
 

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Log into your nas via ssh

run htop

sort by cpu utilization and see what prices id(s) are hitting your box
 

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@chenks Don't know what it is doing exactly, but it could be housekeeping tasks.

There are a bunch of similar named processes that I see. Sometimes I know it's thrashing from something I've forced to happen but the process named in Resource Monitor has little to tie it to what I know is happening.
 

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