Storage Event About Drive Database

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Storage Event About Drive Database

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In my event log on my NAS I received this notice. I couldn't find anything on what this impacts. Any idea's on what this represents?

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The database is used to compare your drives to the “Synology standard” was updated. Hopefully, when you reboot, your drive status will remain as it now is. I would never voluntarily seek a drive database update, unless my drives were unrecognized... too many horrors await 🥵
 

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