If you look closely at the Synology Hyper Backup application you can see a Check backup integrity option (see the screenshot below). So what does Check backup integrity mean? The integrity check simply checks on the backup data to know if the related backup task can proceed and if the backup data can be successfully … Read more Synology Hyper Backup: What is Backup Integrity?
If you are using your Synology NAS as a surveillance device, you can back up Surveillance Station and restore it to a previous version with the Hyper Backup Package which you can download for free from the DSM Package Center. What is Synology Surveillance Station? Surveillance Station is a web-based application that can manage IP … Read more Synology: Backup Surveillance Station
A few days ago I came across an interesting debate in the Synology Community where a user said the following: Synology Diskstations (DS) and Rackstations (RS), at least some of them, are intended for Enterprise use. So it should be possible to back up a Synology NAS and restore from the backup to a new … Read more Why Can’t Synology NAS Backup All of its Settings?
Active Backup for Business is for backing up your data stored in your PC and Hyper Backup is for backing up your data stored on your Synology NAS. Hyper Backup is used to backup your Synology NAS data to another device, either a USB drive or a remote Synology NAS, or even to a cloud … Read more Synology: Hyper Backup vs Active Backup for Business
What is RAID 1? On Synology Nas, RAID 1 is most often implemented with two drives. Data on the drives are mirrored, providing fault tolerance in case of drive failure. Read performance is increased while write performance is similar to that of a single drive. A single drive failure can be sustained without data loss. … Read more Synology: RAID 1 is not Backup