Which file system to use on your Synology Nas? There are two options, depending on DS model – EXT4 or BTRFS. Once again, Synology NAS provides a Knowledge Base article to help you choose. For most general purposes, BTRFS is the best choice; where performance is paramount, EXT4. For example, the two “Crucial” SSD’s that … Read moreSynology: Which File System To Use?
In certain situations it becomes necessary to install updates manually even though Synology Nas offers support in the form of automatic download and installation of updates for both the operating system and third-party and non-third-party packages. Remember the operating system files have the .PAT extension and all packages have the .SPK extension. (Learn how to … Read moreHow To Manually Update Your Synology NAS
The bitcoin system enables payments to be sent between users without passing through a central authority such as a bank or a payment gateway. It is created and held electronically. Bitcoins aren’t printed like dollars or euros; they’re produced by computers all around the world, using free software. You can run a bitcoin node on … Read moreHow To Run A Bitcoin Node On Your Synology NAS
Synology has recently released PHP 7.2.13 but did not release the PHP 7.3.8 version. As far as we know, the PHP 7.3.8 version is the latest version released by the PHP team. Synology Nas is a small but powerful WebHosting box but without the updated packages, it will not perform well. Is PHP 7.3 faster … Read moreSynology PHP 7.3 Release Date and Rumors
Is it better to buy a website hosting plan on BlueHost or host your own website directly from home on Synology Nas? After some tests I arrived at the conclusion that hosting from home via Synology is extremely convenient from a financial point of view and offers long-term benefits. Let’s compare a mid-high-end “Ultimate VPS … Read moreBlueHost vs Synology Performance Stats