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I still have a question about my volume, as I don't have the option to recreate it.

I can only delete it.

 

As update wasn't working, I stopped the background checking HDD during creation of the SHR volume, thinking it was the problem.

Do I need to delete the volume and start again volume creation ?

Here is what the systme indicates :

NasVolume.jpg

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I still have a question about my volume, as I don't have the option to recreate it.

I can only delete it.

 

As update wasn't working, I stopped the background checking HDD during creation of the SHR volume, thinking it was the problem.

Do I need to delete the volume and start again volume creation ?

Here is what the systme indicates :

NasVolume.jpg

 

How many disks do you have? seems that you have used all your disks.

 

if you want to create new volume, you must have free disks, otherwise you can only delete existing volume

 

re-create means delete and create

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I have 2 disks.

I am just wondering if I really need to re-create the volume from these 2 HDD as the system indicates all is OK.

 

sed 's/flashupdateDeb/flashupdateDeb1/' /autoupd@te.info> /autoupd@te.info1
mv /autoupd@te.info1 /autoupd@te.info

 

you can see the above commands operate in root directory, not on your data volume

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Yes, you're right, I have be advised for this solution.

I didn't know how to change the title of the post, as it has nothing to do with 5.1 as you say.

I would rather name it "My first NAS 5.0 4528" as I still have questions to finalize my installation and don't find the answers.

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