Gohrilla

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  1. silly I was looking for this option in the "better performance" rather than the "higher flexibility". SOLVED
  2. I just lost one of my servers (long story). I've reinstalled XPEnology and edited the synoinfo.conf file to include support_syno_hybrid_raid="yes" and commented out #supportraidgroup="yes". Upon restart, the changes remain in tact but the SHR option is still not coming up when I try to create a volume. Has anyone experienced this? or have things changed in the latest version? I used the 1.3b loader with DS3617xs pat. TIA for any assistance!
  3. Dunno why I thought I was being specific but yes, essentially I'd like to access my NAS from outside. I'll have to look into that TeamWiewer App. Thanks! E
  4. So I live in this building that offers it's ISP and Cable services In a managed way. I think the closest thing I can describe it as is and MDU (Multiple Dwelling Unit). In short, my IP is not external. I've tried to get them to supply mw with one but they're asking for a substantial fee on top of the extra money I'm paying them to max my bandwidth. I'm no network guru, so I haven't been able to find a solution that can work under my current configuration. I know that Synology has its own connect tool but that can't be used by bare metal installs. Are there any options
  5. Thanks for your help. I figured it out. #NOOBAlert I simply went to Storage Manager > Volume > Action > Configure and then changed the allocation size (clicked on Max to allocate all).
  6. I understand what you mean, and while My 17TB approx. capacity doesn't match up to the 19TB the calculator puts out — I'm referring to my pool remaining at 9.6TB and the system showing 10TB's of used space which is not accurate. That said, I'm guessing this is due to the expansion not happening automatically via the wizard. How then, do I manually prompt the server to do this? Thank you for all your assistance on this.
  7. I don't get it? will it expand eventually? why would it show the old capacity and show 10 TB of used data? Here is the volume info: Note I have a 2nd Volume with a temporary 5th 10TB drive that I used to move data around.
  8. A couple of weeks ago I expanded a 3TB+8TB with another 8TB. That took several days but it successfully expanded in the end. I tried expanding again with another drive — this time a 10TB drive. all the readings are green and all processed look fine but my pool has not grown. The capacity reads 17TB but my volume remains unchanged. Also it seems as though the new 10TB drive is read as used space rather than available space. What can I do? more importantly is this common? Thanks in advance for any assistance!