- May 23, 2017 at 12:12 #1139
Like most I have major upgrade anxiety on my NAS due to fear of breaking crashplan, but recently the auto update broke it anyway – this after working for nearly two years straight!
So I figured it was time to fix it and bit the bullet and upgraded all the way from DSM 5.2 to 6.1 – latest as of last night. Obviously crashplan was not working, so I followed the advice in the post here and got it back up and running.
[Uninstalled Java and CrashPlanPro, switched Java to the syno package, made the necessary edits, and it started up after like 10 min]
Now it has been running all night and I am realizing that it is uploading really really slow [~1.2Mbps in the crashplan consol] and in the resource monitor its even lower at ~150 KB/s, and I know that its not my internet connection since I recently switched from FIOS 150/150 and have seen FTP uploads as fast at 19MBps. So what gives?
[Edit: For reference I am running the DS1813+, 8 x 4tb WD Red Drives, 4Gb Ram]
May 26, 2017 at 15:50 #1142
- This topic was modified 12 months ago by Ben.
Yeah, the auto-upgrade process is a bummer but the method many of us are using to block it works fairly well, giving you a lot more time to prepare the upgrade process. You can read about it here:
As for your performance issues, have you went through these recommendations, in particular the dedup settings?
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