Jesse000

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  1. Jesse000

    Parity Check freezes at 4%

    After a power outage my synology server tries to run a parity check but it always freezes at 4.13% and it stays that way for hours. Is there any known reason why? Is there anything I can do? Thanks guys
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    Upgrading Hardware on existing Setup

    Thanks. That is really helpfull
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    Upgrading Hardware on existing Setup

    Did you guys pay attention to the order in which you connected the hard drives? Or is that not important?
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    Upgrading Hardware on existing Setup

    And is the Synology software clever enough to recognise if 2 HDDs are switched. If the order of HDDs is changed can Synology still recognise a RAID (or SHR1/2) configuration?
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    Upgrading Hardware on existing Setup

    Does PLEX support hardware transcoding at all?. Would adding a GPU help? I didn't take into consideration to only upgrade the CPU since there not many AM3 CPUs considerably faster. And the TDP for some is 125W.
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    Upgrading Hardware on existing Setup

    Mainboard: GA-MA790GP-DS4H (rev. 1.0) CPU: AMD Phenom X4 9550, 4x 2.20GHz (CPU Bench: 2556)
  7. Hi all, I'm new to all this so please take it a little easy on me. I setup a DIY NAS with 12 HHDs. Volume 1: 3x2TB JBOD Volume 2: 9x3TB SHR 1 Specs: - AMD AM2 CPU 4core - AMD AM2+ Mainboard - 4 GB DDR2 - Gigabit LAN - 550W PSU Recently i noticed that the system is a little slow for my needs. (PLEX live video transcoding) Here is my question: Is it possible to change the hardware (CPU, MoBo, RAM) without having to re-install everything or at least without losing the data? Thanks for your advice.