One of the disadvantages of Synology is undoubtedly having “excellent” applications, but which have a lot of dependencies on other applications. In short, what bothers me the most when I install a package is that of having to install other 4 or 5 more packages to make that first one work. But what if I … Read more Synology Packages: Why So Many Dependencies?
In the last few days I happened to notice that Synology had released a very important update called DSM Version: 6.2.2-24922-6. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few days, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly. This update will restart your Synology NAS. What’s … Read more How To Install Synology DSM Version: 6.2.2-24922-6
At times, some Synology packages or third party packages can cause problems and consume system resources such as CPU and RAM memory. In this article I will explain how to stop these packages that are using up your resources. Well, as trivial as it may be, there are people who are not aware of these … Read more Synology: How to Stop Packages
Today a user sent me an email asking me where is the debug.dat file. This file was requested from him by the Synology Support Center team. The user complained of a problem of excessive CPU consumption generated by the Universal Search package. Now, to generate the debug.dat file you will need to follow my step … Read more Synology: Where to Find debug.dat File?
Have you ever seen a red access denied icon on the recycle bin inside the File Station folder? Well, the red icon with the access denied sign does not mean that you do not have access to the recycle bin, and it is not a problem of user permissions either, if that was what you … Read more Synology: Access Denied Icon on Recycle Bin