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  • Hello again and thanks for looking into this! In the meantime of the forum being transferred and inaccessible I decided after all to migrate to a Synology DS220j. So in the current condition I still have only one 2TB disk in the NSA325v2, since the …
  • Hello again and thanks for looking into this! In the meantime of the forum being transferred and inaccessible I decided after all to migrate to a Synology DS220j. So in the current condition I still have only one 2TB disk in the NSA325v2, since the …
  • Well, I decided to put the 8TB disk back in the tray I put it the first time and now it shows Recovering 0.4%. Maybe it will work this time?  I will leave it for now. This will take quite a few hours.
  • Well, I deleted that particular file anyway before I tried to upgrade the array to 8TB, just to be sure...
  • I can do that, but I will have to re-insert the 8TB disk. So what would be wise in this case? To keep the 2TB disk that was the first time in the NAS with the 8TB disk or to put the 8TB disk in the other tray so it is together with the 2TB disk it w…
  • In case 1 and 2 it is the same 8TB NTFS disk connected to the SATA bus of a Windows 10 PC.In case 3 it is a 4TB ext4 disk connected to the USB3 port of the NSA325v2. I know originally only up to 2TB were possible, but I managed to format that disk t…
  • " Any Linux system will do." Is there maybe a utility that gives a Windows 10 PC a way to access the disk? What I have in mind is putting the disk into a USB HD controller and connect it to the PC through USB.
  • It appears that it is easier to get ones hands on SMR disks these days. I am not sure about my existing hard disks but they are probably CMR (I bought them around 2014). Do you think there could be a problem during rebuilding the RAID1 array? I mean…
  • Dear Mijzelf, thank you for your answer. So, when you say "If you want to go bigger, you can expect problems when you go beyond 16TB" I suppose you are referring to 2x8TB regardless of RAID? Since I am only interested in RAID1, to make things straig…
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