Kraveylicious

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  1. After logging in as root, I ran the above command and 20 hours later my RAID 5 storage pool was converted to RAID 0. Unfortunately, it only converted two disks and left the third Initialized but not part of the pool. I was unable to add it (maybe there's a way with mdadm) so in the end I ended up deleting the storage pool and restoring from a backup. Thanks for the help!
  2. Thanks for the suggestion. I may give this a shot. I assume first step is to SSH in as an administrator. In the first unmount step, I think I'd just make sure that no computers have any of the shared folders mounted? From what I can tell, the volumes are as follows: /dev/md0 is the bootloader USB /dev/md2 is one and only volume on the Xpenology (volume1) /dev/sdu1 is the backup external hard drive that I'm using with Hyper Backup Based on my usage, I would change the size of the filesystem and array to "5T" and just copy paste all the commands on the page whil
  3. I've got an HP 8300 running bare metal DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 3 using Jun's 1.03b loader with three disks in RAID 5. Constant uptime is less important than total storage space, which is why I'd like to change to RAID 0. I've decided that I don't need the redundancy since I have a weekly backup I make to a single USB drive using Hyperbackup and keep in a separate building. In the Hyperbackup task, I have selected every shared folder, application and service I can for backup. I've also backed up the configuration file via the Control Panel. Is the best way to do this to E
  4. Outcome of the installation/update: SUCCESSFUL - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.2-24922 Update 6 - Loader version and model: Jun's Loader v1.03b - DS3615xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: BAREMETAL - HP Elite 8300 SFF - i5-3470, on board Intel NIC - Additional comments: Hybrid-formatted bootloader - Plex user lost permissions to Plex share after update (review access permissions in Shared Folder, User and Group settings in Control Panel to fix).