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Access External Hard Drive via network

I want to access my simple wd passport device accessed over network (Ethernet or wifi) i am the only user who will be access the drive and os is ubuntu. I was thinking of something like raspberry pi ...
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USB disk disconnects when exchange quite high data

I have an embedded PC (based on Atom Z3735F with a 32 GB eMMC for o.s.) that I use as NAS with OpenMediaVault 4.1.2-1. On an USB port I connected a 1 TB Hard-disk for storage. Whenever I do something ...
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Use mdraid to restore a volume after a NAS server wipeout

I own a NAS, which I'm trying to upgrade by installing - most likely - Debian Stretch on it. In itself that's a relatively straightforward task, but there's one thing I'm a bit uncertain about. My NAS ...
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How to extend /dev/md0 root partition on Debian?

I have a Netgear ReadyNAS Pro 4 (Debian 9). I installed some apps like Radarr, Sonarr but after some weeks my NAS became very slow and later unreachable. After I made some free space on the root ...
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How can I use a laptop as standalone file server? (without external router)

Is it possible to use a laptop as both virtual router AP-Hotspot) and NAS, so that the laptop hosts it's own file server? I need it because when my phone runs out of space storage, the two options to ...
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Network user access to folder

I mount a folder on a NAS file server on my ubuntu machine using cifs and the NAS account and it mounts the server folder and I have full access to it. Now I run a program which uses a folder on the ...
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High performance and secure network mounts for linux

I have a NAS I want to network mount to my computer to be used over the LAN and over the internet. I need the connection to be encrypted so I tried SFTP but found the transfer speed to be really slow (...
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Why am I seeing a ton of SyS_poll?

I have two different Linux desktops connected to a Synology NAS like so: 10.0.0.20:/volume1/chronicle /chronicle nfs rw,hard,intr 0 0 and I am frequently seeing my computer locking up ...
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Mount Windows NAS from RHEL

I am trying to mount a NAS from a RHEL-7.4 VM. This is in a closed environment, so no internet whatsoever. I can ping the sever without issue (IP and FQDN both work) and I can see the shares that ...
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How do I connect to a QNAP [closed]

BACKGROUND DETAILS: I've inhereted a QNAP TS-459U-RP. I currently have it connected to my home router via an ethernet/rj45 cable. My computer is connected to the same router. How do I access the ...
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How to recover data from synology Raid 5?

My old synology server (cs407s), died. So I'm trying to retrieve the data from the disk. I have tree disks from RAID 5. I tried to mount the disk on computer running grml. # lsblk sda 8:0 0 ...
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mount: realpath <PATH>: no such file or directory

I'm attempting to mount a NAS drive locally, but am having trouble: mount -t smbfs //user:password@nas/path ./tmp Produces mount: realpath /Users/user/tmp: No such file or directory For context, ...
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SCP not willing to transfer remote to remote

My family and I are attempting to sync all our data across multiple locations and devices. Seeing as we are just setting it up, we were wanting to start with the basics before building on it further, ...
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Mounting unix to synology nas and special characters

I'm trying to mount my Synology NAS to Ubuntu with fstab, and I have some folders on the NAS containing '!' in the folder name, as well as spaces. The spaces I found out that I can escape with \040, ...
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Crontab is deleting my jobs or reverting to a previous state?

I have found a similar problem (Crontab resetting itself) but it does not provide much insight. I am new to using crontab and am having the same problem with my crontab be reverted to a previous state ...
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mount error(115): Operation now in progress

I'm having an issue mounting a shared NAS drive that is hosted on a Windows 2000 server. This is a drive that I'm certain I have access to, and I frequently access it from a Windows 7 machine and a ...
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What is the best way to explain this LVM output?

I bumped into the issue two days ago about RAID issue on my TS-251+ QNAP. I do not really bother the box until the problem comes. I explored details to find out what type of RAID, how RAID/LVM ...
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Copy 1.6 TB of data from NAS on server1 to a NAS on server2

I would like to know the quickest way to copy huge amount of data present on NAS of server1 to another NAS on server2. Both the servers are linux. I'm thinking scp would be slow and take a lot of ...
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Connection to Home Server

I got a home server which I mainly use as a NAS, but there's also a Nextcloud installed. I would like to access that home server from the internet. My home internet connection has no fixed IP address, ...
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BTRFS Raid10 shows drastically less space available, HDs are same size

I have six 8TB drives on a BTRFS RAID10 that I installed yesterday on Rockstor (centos 7). df reports the size correctly but space available is 5.7 TiB short of what I expected... what gives? A ...
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Remote copy via SCP doesn't work in background

The situation: I'm switching file servers at home. I want to copy tons of data from one Synology Disk Station to another. My Approach: #Via SSH on the new server: nohup scp -r ${old_server}:. . I ...
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Error installing ipkg on Synology NAS DS414

I have been trying to install ipkg on a Synology NAS according to the instructions available at https://github.com/basmussen/ds414-boostrap-dsm5 Here's the beginning part of the instructions: wget ...
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Block session with iscsiadm & multipath

I have a cluster of CentOS servers that all connect to NAS devices via iSCSI. The most recent NAS I need to add is a LenovoEMC px4-400r. On this Lenovo NAS, when iSCSI is enabled, it is enabled on all ...
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Raspberry Pi NAS configured with samba and webmin not giving me permission to create folders?

Booted Raspbian from Raspberry Pi via ssh and downloaded samba and webmin. I then mounted my FAT32 USB to /media/disk1 and proceeded to create a share in /media/disk1 with webmin, giving the user ifan ...
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Mounting NAS on system start

I know this is a question that has been asked many, many, many times but I can't find a solution that fits all my criteria. And I apologise if there is a duplicate for this problem, if there is I can'...
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Which filesystem should I use in an SD card on a NAS?

My NAS can hold several 3.5" hard drives and an SD card. I'm planning to boot and run a custom Linux system (based on Debian, built by me) from an SD card, and the 3.5" hard drives will be used for ...
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MySQL on Western Digital NAS

A WD MyCloud device: root@WDMyCloud root # uname -a Linux WDMyCloud 3.10.39 #1 SMP Fri Aug 5 11:16:40 CST 2016 2014T20p4 Build-git3f24b4d armv7l GNU/Linux root@WDMyCloud root # cat /proc/...
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How to check if NAS is mounted and responding? [closed]

What is the command or script to check following for a NAS: It is mounted? (I used the mount command, but I'm not sure how to interpret its output) If it is mounted, then is it responsive? It is an ...
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Why is mounted nas showing 0 inodes on users partition?

I am using a NetGear ReadyNAS machine as a NAS for our server. The server is a linux CentOS 6.6. The server is run using Rocks cluster, with all our users' home directories located on the NAS. My ...
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How to set up owncloud on DNS-323 NAS with Alt-F 0.1RC5 firmware installed?

Installing it via Packages -> Alt-F -> ownlcloud -> install worked, but I got an empty page accessing https://mynas:8443/owncloud (only for testing: http://mynas:8080/owncloud) (which ...
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NAS share check in RHEL servers

Team, I have 1000 of NAS shares in my production server. When I run df -h it hangs. I did commented it and by-passed to check. After few passed, again one more share had the same issue. I am not ...
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Large archival storage laypout [closed]

I am playing with a though of buying into a large redundant storage for all the family data like old photos, causal backups and such. My primary question here is how to layout it so it is safe, ...
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Very slow CIFS/SMB performace

I switched from NFS to SMB/CIFS since the permission system of NFS annoyed me. I never had performance issues while using NFS (1GB Lan) and had about 70-90 MB/s write and read speed while writing to ...
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PostgreSQL Remote Connection on NAS Synology DS216j

This is what I would like to achieve: I have postgreSQL database running on NAS Synology Diskstation DS216j connected to my router. I want to be able to connect and use the database from remote ...
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Using sshfs with Synology NAS results in connection reset

I use sshfs to mount a folder from a synology NAS (DS216+) locally to my Ubuntu machine. The command I use is sshfs -o uid=1234,gid=1234,allow_other,default_permissions mysynology.box.com: /mnt/local....
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How to measure time spent accessing file data over network-attached storage?

For a program running on a (Linux) server in a network-attached storage (NAS) environment, how can I measure the amount of time spent transferring data between the server and the network? The time ...
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NAS recovery via disk removal

I have a couple cheaper Lenovo IX2 2-disk NAS devices. First of all, there is NO hardware failure, including disk. I had a power jolt and one IX2 was on a dead UPS and dropped and came back a couple ...
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mkfs taking too long

I'm doing data recovery right now from a disk I've extracted from an old NAS. It looks like mkfs.ext3 froze on Writing superblocks and filesystem accounting information: since it's more that one hour ...
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How to sync bidirectionaly 2 folders between a Synology Nas and a Debian computer?

I found two starting solutions: use Unison, but I found no way to install this package on a Nas Synology via DSM. use Cloud Station Drive, but Synology only propose packages for Fedora and Ubuntu and ...
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$PATH referring to network fs: generally useful, occasionally horrible

Some of the scripts I run are located on a CIFS filesystem hosted on another machine. I mount that filesystem over the network and add the remote location of the scripts to my $PATH. This works great ...
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Account for missing space as reported by ZFS list

This is a question regarding the available space as reported by zfs list that does not meet user expectations. I have looked at similar questions, but I still don't understand the zfs list output. Let ...
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Local user to NFS user mapping

I have NAS with nfs3 shared folder and a user defined in NAS and having access permissions to that folder. I'd like to mount that folder to my linux desktop via /etc/fstab and I would like to avoid ...
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Synology CloudStation Drive client for Ubuntu fails to start

I have a Synology NAS, and wanted to try out the CloudStation Drive client for Linux. Downloaded the current deb file for 64bit Ubuntu and installed it. Everything went fine until here. When I start ...
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How to bind to a privileged port from a non-root process, on a Synology NAS

I want to run a custom DNS server (NxFilter to be precise) on a Synology DS115j NAS, which of course binds on port 53. This works when running as root, but I want to lock down the process now. This ...
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mv file/folder with blank-spaces in its name doesn't work - LFTP

I have 2 spaces: My Synology NAS. And my FTP. If we assume that some files on my local NAS are also in my FTP repository, I want to move some files on my local NAS AND on my FTP on different folders. ...
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How to set Samba Root Directory?

I'm working on a little RPi NAS so I can access my external hard drive plugged into my Raspberry Pi, over the network from another computer (using Samba). Currently I've got it working, but when I ...
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How to recover a raid5 on nas with a failure partition? [closed]

I have a RAID5 on SYnology nas system that has crashed. In first the system prevent to one disk has been removed from the raid with the degraded status. After a shudown to unplug the disk and restart ...
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Root a D-Link 1550-4 NAS

su - returns su: must be suid to work properly and then sudo returns sudo: must be setuid root This is on a D-Link 1550-4 NAS, running what I believe to be a modified version of SLAX Linux. I got the ...
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How can I mount encrypted folder via SSH in Synology NAS?

Now I mount an encrypted folder: open browser and login to NAS gui click Control panel -> Shared Folder > Encryption > Mount enter key after folder is mounted: rsync -ah --progress --delete /path/* ...
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No DATA on SEAGATE NAS SRN01C

I have been using a Seagate NAS SRN01C with 4TB of space. I am somewhat familiar with linux systems. I mainly access this drive through ssh on my local network, and occasionally scp from the NAS to ...