The Synology DS220+ is powered by Intel’s latest Celeron J4025 dual-core CPU clocked at 2.0GHz with burst up to 2.9GHz. It supports 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch SATA HDD or SSD. The maximum single hard drive capacity is set for 16TB and the maximum total storage supported by DS220+ is 32TB (16TB x 2).
Utter rubbish. There is no SATA3 drive size limit. Only volume limits. The DS220+ is capable of 108 TB volumes (plural). How would one do that if 16 TB drive is the largest possible?the maximum total storage supported by DS220+ is 32TB (16TB x 2)
What drive model? Can you post screenshots of the full error message?keep receiving error 35 when installing DSM
I know dude, but no PC to connect the disk to to test it as all laptops here and no HDD caddy's I know of currently support 20TB drives
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Hold off on SHR2 until your array is >8 drives ...just sayin`probably will ultimately go with SHR1, since I can convert that to SHR2 later for more redundancy
Again, like the 'maximum drive size' for a NAS... most USB SATA3 drive docks have no limit. The so-called "up to XX TB" claims, are based on the largest drive tested at the time the unit was released. Generally there are no caps.no HDD caddy's I know of currently support 20TB drives