Many people have been wondering where the graphical interface that represented the Real-Time Cache Hit Rate for NVMe disks ended up in DSM 7. As you may recall, in DSM 6.2.4 Real-Time Cache Hit Rate could be found in Storage Manager by clicking on SSD Cache in the left side panel. In DSM 7 SSD … Read more about Synology: Cache Hit Rate in DSM 7
Firmware is the software that is embedded into a hardware device that consists of a set of commands that control how your system behaves. Synology brand disks allow you to update to the latest firmware version directly through the DSM operating system to ensure optimal performance. Firmware updates provide free and instant improvements to the … Read more about Synology: How to Update Disk Firmware
Today Synology has released higher-capacity M.2 NVMe SSDs and 10/25GbE network cards. For more info, consult the official Synology Press Release. Synology is really starting to spoil us with all these new product releases! Synology is becoming the game changer in the Enterprise Industry with its enterprise-level NAS devices, SSDs and HDDs, and network cards. … Read more about Synology: New M.2 NVMe SSDs and 10/25GbE Network Cards
Did you know that there are two different methods to find out the temperature of the disks inside your NAS? Whether you have HDD or SSD disks installed, or NVMe SSD M2 2280, you can check the feverish state of your NAS in complete autonomy from home or remotely. Method 1 Go to Control Panel … Read more about Synology: Where Can I See Disks Temperature?
Many of you have asked me if the additional NVMe SSD slots can be used as storage. The answer is, you can’t – NVMe SSDs can only be set up as cache in your Synology NAS device. SSD cache can improve the performance of random access by storing frequently accessed data on the SSD cache. … Read more about Synology: Can I Store Data on NVMe SSDs?