Finally, after a very long wait, WordPress version 5.2 is coming to Synology Package Center. A lot of users have been expecting this update for some time now and Synology has listened to the thousands of requests from its users. I hope that in the future there will be more regular updates for these packages released by … Read more about Update WordPress 5.2 On Synology NAS
Yesterday I happened to notice that Synology had released a very important update called DSM Version: 6.2.2-24922-1. I decided to install the update manually by downloading it from the official Synology website. Nevertheless, I noticed that my Synology device refused to install the new update. Naturally, I wondered: why? I realized that Synology did not actually release … Read more about How To Force Manually Update On Synology NAS
Thunderstorms? Earthquakes? Natural disasters or whatever? An UPS could be the ideal solution that allows you to stay online in case of a power failure. If you run a web server with an online website, it is a must-have. It doesn’t matter what you think, you can’t predict when the power goes out. An Uninterruptible … Read more about Synology: Why Do You Need an UPS?
A Power Schedule enables a DiskStation to enter a deep sleep mode during a specified period of time. Note: Do not confuse Power Scheduling with Hibernation. If you are using your Synology Nas as a simple file server and you can be certain of your dead times, there may be an argument for using the … Read more about Synology: Should I Use a Power Schedule?
Hot Spare: On models that support the feature, a hot spare is an HDD that occupies a spare drive slot. It is initialized and registered in Storage Manager as a Hot Spare. If another drive goes into a degraded state, the system will bring the hot spare on line to replace the faulty drive. Note: … Read more about Synology: Difference Between a Hot Spare, Cold Spare and Hot Swap