İkinci Volume’u Kaldırıp Birinci Volume Alanına Nasıl Ekleyebilirsiniz?

I – Checking Inode Size To Check İf You Can Expand Your Volume Or Not?

II – How To Remove a Volume?

III – How To Add HDD’s To Your Existing Volume To Expand Capacity

IV – How To Fix If Expand Capacity Fails?

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I – Checking Inode Size To Check İf You Can Expand Your Volume Or Not?

Before expanding capacity, you must check if your system support this feature or not;

inode limitation 1

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Type this command lien to understant your Inode Limit;

name=/dev/mapper/cachedev1;i=`tune2fs_64 -l $name | awk ‘/Inodes per group/ {print $4}’`;b=`tune2fs_64 -l $name | awk ‘/Blocks per group/ {print $4}’`; echo inode ratio is $(( 4*$b/$i ))k

Here is a result example;

inodie limit 2

Its 16K, so you cannot raise this limit up to 64 Tb, so plesae be careful;

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II – How To Remove a Volume?

Qnap how to remove volume (1)

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Qnap how to remove volume (4.1)

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III – How To Add HDD’s To Your Existing Volume To Expand Capacity

Qnap how to resize volume (1.1)

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IV – How To Fix If Expand Capacity Fails?

Reboot the NAS, and filesystem resize will happen automatically

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If it fails, please be sure you are not braking Inode limitation;

Before expanding capacity, you must check if your system support this feature or not;

inode limitation 1

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Type this command lien to understant your Inode Limit;

name=/dev/mapper/cachedev1;i=`tune2fs_64 -l $name | awk ‘/Inodes per group/ {print $4}’`;b=`tune2fs_64 -l $name | awk ‘/Blocks per group/ {print $4}’`; echo inode ratio is $(( 4*$b/$i ))k

Here is a result example;

inodie limit 2

Its 16K, so you cannot raise this limit up to 64 Tb, so plesae be careful;

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If its ok, then login with putty, could try the manual method:

# resize2fs_64 /dev/mapper/cachedev1

Or;

# e2fsck -f /dev/md0

# resize2fs /dev/md0

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