QNAP_RippleW wrote:Dear users
When opening the App Resource Monitor > System > Memory, you will see the SWAP memory is currently being used.
Swap memory (also called swap space) is located on an SSD, HDD or system volume. Swap space stores inactive processes when physical memory (RAM) is full. This helps to release physical memory for use with file caches and active processes.
By default, QTS reserves 512 MB on each HDD and 16 GB on the system volume for use as swap space. If a NAS contains two 2.5-inch SSDs, one M.2 SSD or one PCIe SSD, QTS creates an additional 8 GB of swap space on each SSD.
This log reminds you that when removing HDD or SSD that contain swap space, only pull out one drive at a time. DO NOT remove the second drive until you hear a "beep" from the NAS. This ensures that QTS can safely copy active swap space to another location.
there is two questions for me
1. My NAS usage is more or less the same but I never got this kind of log before 4.3.3.0299, is it a new log for the system?
2. I am wonder if the swap memory will be used even my RAM usage always around 30% only?