I'm running a ts-419p+ with 4 x Seagate 2tb drives in raid 5.
They are model ST32000542AS and running firmware CC34.
I notice there is a CC35 firmware out there and wondered how I go about upgrading the drives firmwares.
Can they be done in the QNAP or do I have to add them to a computer running Windows or Leopard. (have accesss to both)
If I have to pull them and flash them from within a computer can I just pull one out at a time, plug it into a windows machine, flash it and put it back in?
If I do this when I put it back into the NAS will it have to rebuild the array before I pull another one to do the same?
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Strongly suggest to simply shotdown the NAS, note or mark the drive slots just in case, update all HDD firmware externally, and then power-up and boot the NAS again. Should not take much more than half of an hour.
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