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Out of disk space?
#1
I'm using an N5550 with 3.02.02.cdv
I have a RAID5 setup with five disks - (5TB / TOSHIBA HDWE150)


Although I have around 13000GB~ out of 18619GB used, I often encounter 'Disk is full' messages.
I do not have the 'Recycle Bin' enabled nor do I have 'Allocated buffering size' enabled.


How should I go about analyzing this?
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#2
( Bump on a slow forum )
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#3
(11-17-2017, 11:30 PM)delete Wrote: ( Bump on a slow forum )

where and in what condition do you encounter this message?
what generates this message? the OS you are in ? the NAS syslog? how do you transfer data? SMB? scp?
what do you transfer? how?
scavenger
N5550 V2.05.08.20150416.cdv + 4G patch
2*4GB Corsair CMSO8GX3M2A1333C9 = 8GB RAM
5 x 2To Hitashi HDS72202 (RAID5) @ write=72MB/s - read=91MB/s (802.3ad dual cable)
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(11-18-2017, 02:48 AM)scavenger Wrote:
(11-17-2017, 11:30 PM)delete Wrote: ( Bump on a slow forum )

where and in what condition do you encounter this message?
what generates this message? the OS you are in ? the NAS syslog? how do you transfer data? SMB? scp?
what do you transfer? how?

where and in what condition do you encounter this message?
>The Windows 7 and Windows 10 clients using the NAS
what generates this message? the OS you are in ? the NAS syslog? how do you transfer data? SMB? scp?
>The Windows 7 and Windows 10 clients using the NAS.
>Nothing from the NAS syslog nor NAS interface.  
>I use SMB to transfer data.
what do you transfer? how?
>Multimedia files using Windows Explorer / file transfer programs.
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#5
Dear Sir,

1. Since your NAS FW is 3.02.02.cdv, please ensure this RAID volume created from OS7.
2. Download CONF.BIN and submit ticket from http://esupport.thecus.com let Thecus staff check for you.
Yvon.
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#6
(11-21-2017, 09:07 PM)Thecus - Yvon Wrote: Dear Sir,

1. Since your NAS FW is 3.02.02.cdv, please ensure this RAID volume created from OS7.
2. Download CONF.BIN and submit ticket from http://esupport.thecus.com let Thecus staff check for you.

1) Is there a way I can create a RAID volume from OS7 without any loss of data?
(Is there a conversion process)

2) What (private/security) data is included in 'CONF.BIN'
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(11-22-2017, 05:48 AM)delete Wrote: 1) Is there a way I can create a RAID volume from OS7 without any loss of data?
(Is there a conversion process)

I think there is confusion here.
They asked you if you created the raid with OS7, or with OS5 then migrated to OS7 keeping the raid+data as is.
If you did that, that might possibly be one explanation for your issue.
scavenger
N5550 V2.05.08.20150416.cdv + 4G patch
2*4GB Corsair CMSO8GX3M2A1333C9 = 8GB RAM
5 x 2To Hitashi HDS72202 (RAID5) @ write=72MB/s - read=91MB/s (802.3ad dual cable)
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#8
Possibly and probably...
I'm overseas right now and I don't have access to my NAS, but if I were to play a 'chain of events' in my head, the following should be correct...

1)  Upgraded from a previous OS to OS7
2)  Created my new RAID volumes from scratch

Unsure if this helps out...


(12-03-2017, 02:33 PM)scavenger Wrote:
(11-22-2017, 05:48 AM)delete Wrote: 1) Is there a way I can create a RAID volume from OS7 without any loss of data?
(Is there a conversion process)

I think there is confusion here.
They asked you if you created the raid with OS7, or with OS5 then migrated to OS7 keeping the raid+data as is.
If you did that, that might possibly be one explanation for your issue.
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#9
One month bump.
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#10
One month bump.
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#11
One month bump.
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#12
Another bump.
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#13
Dear Sir,

1. Create new RAID will destroy all existed data.
2. CONF.BIN save NAS configuration, since NAS reset to default and could via this file to restore previous configuration.
Yvon.
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(04-25-2018, 06:54 PM)Thecus - Yvon Wrote: Dear Sir,

1. Create new RAID will destroy all existed data.
2. CONF.BIN save NAS configuration, since NAS reset to default and could via this file to restore previous configuration.

Got it.
The above being said, do you have any suggestions/solutions to analyze the overall issue ('Out of Disk Space') without losing any data (or requiring that I locate 13GB~ of backup resources)?
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#15
Dear Sir,

As previous replied, it is need to check and able to know. Also it forum for users to exchange experience, if you need we check for you and recommend submit ticket from http://esupport.thecus.com .
Yvon.
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