Questions about SNMP, Power, System, Logs, disk, & RAID.
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- Starting out
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I have a new TS209 PRo. I have two 750GB drives installed in a RAID 1 configuration. How do I ensure that HDD2 is a mirror of HDD1? Just want to be sure before I delete the original files I loaded on the QNAP. Can I simply shut-off the QNAP, pull HDD1 out, turn it back on and try to see the data? Is there another way to do this via the administration menu? Thanks
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I recently replaced the segate drives that I was using with a new set of WD drives and that is exactly I replaced them.
QNAP TVS-951x QTS 188.8.131.522 build 20200512 OS Storage Pool: Samsung 860 EVO 250GB SSD x 4 (RAID 5), Data Storage Pool: WD WD30EFRX (Red) 3TB x 4 (RAID 5), 16GB RAM WD Easystore 10TB External USB 3.0 Services: SMB, Appletalk, QPKG: Container Station, Virtualization Station, Plex Media Server, HBS 3
QNAP TS-453A QTS 184.108.40.2062 build 20200512 Services: SMB, HBS 3, Virtualization Station
Network: UDM, UDM Beacon, Unifi 8 Port Switch x 3, Flex Mini Switch