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QNAP Factory Defaults Article rated 2.8/5.0
At the time of writing the current version of QNap Turbo NAS OS,  4.0.2 is shipped in a not very secure state, which is capable of sucking up bandwidth. The OS is shipped with most of the featur...
QNAP Shared Folders Article rated 3.7/5.0
QNAP shared folder set up can be a little confusing as the settings which effect shared folders are separated across a number of headings in the TurboNAS control panel   1. Set the server name,...
QNAP Backup disk not available Article rated 3.0/5.0
Can not backup to the TimeMachine service on QNap NAS from OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion   After configuring the TimeMachine service on the QNap and selecting the TMBackup share on the OSX client. At...
Synology Audio Station Lyrics Article rated 1.0/5.0
Synology Audio Station includes a karaoke lyrics lookup plug-in.  By default, the plugin points to a lyricwiki demo which, due to license restrictions, responds with broken lyrics.  To obtai...
Synology DNS server Article rated 5.0/5.0
The Synology DNS Server is essentially Bind (named) repackaged for DSM. The installation and configuration files can be found at /volume1/@appstore/DNSServer The cache can be flushed using the pre-...
Linux MD RAID optimisation Article not rated yet
1. report raid rebuild status cat /proc/mdstat watch -n1 cat /proc/mdstat   2. raid speed limits.  Increases CPU and RAM utilisation #report current speed limits sysctl dev.raid.speed_limit_min sysc...
Linux create MD RAID5 device Article not rated yet
Linux MD RAID5 Creation 1. Wipe the current partition table   2. Parted /dev/sda mklabel gpt makepart, name p1, type btrfs, min=1MiB, max= -1 set 1 raid on align-check opt 1 #Repeat for each raid5 me...
 

 
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