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How to shutdown and restart your Synology NAS manually and automatically

Computer science   2020-06-20 15:36:10

" style = "max- height: 400px; max-width: 99%; "> There are several ways to stop and restart your Synology NAS, including physical interaction with the NAS, software, and scheduled events. Now let"s examine the three methods. RELATED: How to set up and get started with your Synology NAS Generally, your Synology NAS works betters like network hardware (like your router) and less like a computer, so more often than not - just like your router - you will let it hum in the background to do NAS stuff (archive your files, automate your downloads , etc.). On rare occasions, you will need to restart your NAS, however, you will need to take a quick tour because, unlike a desktop system, the methods for shutting down or restarting your NAS are (intentionally) not in the foreground. How to physically shutdown your Synology NAS The The first method is both the most intuitive and the least intuitive at the same time: the power button. On the one hand, it is intuitive because, well, it is a power button. That"s what the power buttons do; they turn things on and off. On the other hand, if you are an experienced computer user, you will cringe at the thought of turning off your computer.e NAS with the power button, because in the PC world, pressing and holding the power button is the physical shortcut for a hard power reset. " style = "max- height: 400px; max-width: 99%; "> On your Synology NAS, however, holding down the power button the device does not initiate a hard reset by turning off the power. Instead, if you maintainnose down, but until you hear a beep, your NAS will shutdown normally with the operating system handling the shutdown sequence as if you issued the command through the software interface. To restart your NAS, simply press the power button again. How to stop and restart via DiskManager If you want to stop or restart your Synology NAS via the web interface, you will need to log in and look at the icons in the upper right corner. Click on the options menu, indicated by the small head and shoulders bust icon. From there you can select" Restart or "Stop to perform the desired task. If you restart, you will have to wait a minute or two for regain access to the web interface. If you stop, you will need to physically visit the NAS and press the power button again to access the device again. How to schedule shutdowns and starts If you want to schedule automatically when your NAS shuts down and starts, you can do so using the power planning feature. Before we look at how to plan your stops and starts, however, there is one important thing to note. If there are scheduled tasks (such as backupsscheduled) or a critical system function (such as disk repairs or operating system updates), scheduled power states are overwritten. To avoid frustration and faulty setups, modify your already existing scheduled tasks (if applicable) or plan your feeding schedule around them. To access the power planner, click on the menu button in the Web interface, then select the option "Control Panel". If the advanced view is not already open in your control panel, click on "Advanced mode " in the upper right corner. Select " Hardware and Power "in the " System "section of your panneau configuration. " style = "max- height: 400px; max-width: 99%; "> In the Hardware & Power menu, select the "Power Schedule " tab, then click the "Create " button to create your first power plan. " style = "max- height: 400px; max-width: 99%; "> The planning system is simple and stra simple. Each rule is a "start-up rule" or "off with a day and time indicator. Let"s say, for example, we only want our NAS to be active for a few hours early in the morning on Sundays and Wednesdays (that is, when all of our computers To save such a rule, we must first create a "start-up rule to indicate when we want the NAS to turn on. Click on the drop-down selection menu" Date and check the days where you want the start to occur, then select the time using the "Time. The time menu uses 24 hours. Repeat this process for downtime, selecting a date and time that suits your needs. When you have created the rules, you will see them in the "Power Schedule " tab, as illustrated below. Our NAS is configured to start at 1:00 am on Sunday and Wednesday and go out at 6:00 am 00 the same day. When you are satisfied with the rules, click on the "Save " button. " style = "max- height: 400px; max-width: 99%; "> At any time, you can return to the Power Schedule menu and deactivate (by unchecking) or completely delete (via the "Delete" button) the power management rules that you have created. In this case, make sure to deactivate or delete the associated rule so as not to find yourself in a situation where it exists a stop rule without an associated start rule.