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by lunarg on June 13th 2020, at 16:05

When you're using your Synology exclusively as a iSCSI target, and have assigned the complete disk space to your LUN's, you will get notifications about the volume being (almost) completely full. Obviously, in this case, you may not want to receive these notifications. Luckily, you can turn these off:

  1. Log on to your DSM.
  2. Navigate to Control Panel → Notification → Advanced tab. In the list, expand Internal storage.
  3. Uncheck the notifications for Volume in low capacity and Volume in extremely low capacity. Click Apply to save the changes.

Note that this will only disable the notifications (e-mail, SMS, etc.). The widget and WebUI will still show the alerts.

by lunarg on August 29th 2019, at 11:29
There's an easy method for extracting hard disk S.M.A.R.T. testing logs using the CLI. This is useful if you require support on Synology and need an easier method to get the data (other than creating screenshots from your web-browser), and if more detailed data is needed.

Before getting the logs from the CLI, first run an extended SMART analysis from the DSM. This will take a while (usually several hours). Running the analysis on multiple disks is possible and can be done concurrently, but it needs to be initiated manually for each disk.

Once tests have completed, log onto the CLI (using your favourite SSH client, such as PuTTY) using the "admin" or "root" account.

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by lunarg on February 23rd 2013, at 11:02

It's possible for Synology devices running DSM 3 or higher to enable support for NTFS ACL's. This allows Windows-users to set up Security through Windows Explorer itself. Most of the ACL types are supported.

NTFS ACL's have to be enabled for a share through the web-interface:

 
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