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Question Resource Manager anomalies

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Resource Monitor appears differently across my 2 NAS. Formatting is the only consquential difference. For example... on the ext4 machine:


And a question before I move onto the next ... What are all those LUN processes? All the pakages I have installed on this machine are:


Only HB Vault is different than my next macgine which shows no LUN processes (I have no LUNs on either NAS)

...and here is Resource Manager on the btrfs formatted NAS:


Note here the second tab is different... and it has 2 sub-tabs.

Why the difference? And what about those "LUN" pocesses. Anyone?
 
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I have the same. The one with the two sub tabs (services and processes) is the 216 with Btrfs!
 

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Only selected models have a new and improved view in the Resource Manager. That was changed with DSM 6.1 if I recall correctly
 
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Only selected models have a new and improved view in the Resource Manager. That was changed with DSM 6.1 if I recall correctly
Thanks. I missed that... Any comment on the plethora of LUN like processes running? This baffles me and I only see it on my 213j w/two basic volumes.
 

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@Telos I see the same differences in Resource Manager. Your ext4 NAS view is what I see on the DS215j and yor btrfs NAS view is what I see on the DS218+. Both my NAS use ext4.

I also see all the LUN processes on the DS215j but not on the un-upgrade DS218+
 
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While I don't understand all those LUN processes, I less anxious now knowng they aren't completely unusual.
 

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