My RAID Should Be 76 TB, But It Seems 64 TB, What Maybe Wrong?

My RAID Should Be 76 TB, But It Seems 64 TB, What Maybe Wrong?

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Quick Answer; With Qnap New Firmware, If You Dont Change “Bytes Per Inode” Option whiclre creating Volume, You’ll Have Less Space Then You Have. Here is default Bytes Per Inode result;

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And here is after you change Bytes Per Inode option;

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How To Fix?

1 – If you have a low size volume, you must remove and re-create, so go to Storage Space to Remove Volume

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2 – Click on Volume and go ->Manage -> Remove ->ok

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3 – Wait for removing..

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4 – After finish, go to create -> Create Data Volume -> Choose Thich or Thin Volume (I prefer Thick)

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5 – Enable File System Option and change to 65536

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6  -Press “Set Max” and click next

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7 – After process finish; you will have 76 TB Free size again

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After That You May Get A Threshold Error; To Fix This, Diable Threshold

1 – If you Get This Problem;

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2 – Go To Volume -> Manage -> Actions -> Set Threshold

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3 – Disable Threshold and Appy;

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4 – Problem Fixed!

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