How to Start / Stop Services on Qnap

I – How to Enable / Disable Services

II – How to Stop / Start Services

I – How to Enable / Disable Services

You can Open / Close Qnap services from “Bounjour” under  Network Services -> Network Sevices Discovery;

UPnP Discovery Service

 When a UPnP device is added to the network, the UPnP discovery protocol allows the device to advertise its services to the control points on the network.

By enabling UPnP Discovery Service, the NAS can be discovered by any operating systems that support UPnP.


 By broadcasting the network service(s) with Bonjour, your Mac will automatically discover the network services, such as FTP, running on the NAS without the need to enter the IP addresses or configure the DNS servers.

Note: You have to activate the services on their setup pages and then turn them on in this section so that the NAS will advertise this service with Bonjour.

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II – How to Stop / Start Services

1 – Download putty and login Qnap.

to stop services, simply type this command;

# /etc/init.d/ stop

to start services, type this command;

# /etc/init.d/ start

One last information, if you restart Qnap, Also all services will be restart.

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One Response to How to Start / Stop Services on Qnap

  1. Christopher Edgar says:

    How do I selectively manage whether services start or stop? Currently you are referencing only one master script but when I fire it up, I run out of memory and my QTS 4.3.3 box crashes. I’d like to be able to selectively start services manually so I don’t crash my box when it tries to launch every application/service I have installed on the box. Specifically container station crashes my box as soon as it starts up. I’d like to set it to manual instead of automatic startup.

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