DSM 7.1 Move one disk from DS920+ to DS1522+

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DSM 7.1 Move one disk from DS920+ to DS1522+

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Hi,

I have DS920+ setup like this:
2x 8TB disks (Raid1)
1x 16TB disk (no Raid)

on that 1x 16TB drive i have Plex movies, can i simple unplug disk from my DS920+ and plug it to my new nas DS1522+ (which already is setup and running with 2x new 6TB drives)?

I want to make sure that when i attach my drive (16TB) to DS1522+, all data will be in new synology nas?

Also, can you please help me how to move disk from synology 920+ to 1522+, simple shutdown synology 920+ remove disk, and attach in synology 1522?

Thanks for help
 
I want to make sure that when i attach my drive (16TB) to DS1522+, all data will be in new synology nas?
That will happen exactly like that as a separate volume.

Also, can you please help me how to move disk from synology 920+ to 1522+, simple shutdown synology 920+ remove disk, and attach in synology 1522?
you can do it like that ofc, but both models support hot-swap, so there is no need to turn the devices off, you can do it on the fly while they are working.
 
That will happen exactly like that as a separate volume.


you can do it like that ofc, but both models support hot-swap, so there is no need to turn the devices off, you can do it on the fly while they are working.
Thank you man!

Last question, do i need to do something is DSM panel before unplug disk? or simple unplug it and attach in new nas?

Something like "deactivate drive":
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Thanks!
 
can i use only one NVM SSD Cache drive for 3 volumes?
You mean all 3 at the same time? If so, then no. Cache will be for a single volume at a time. With one NVMe drive you will have the read-only option only.
 

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