|Application name||Storage Manager|
|Service name (SSH)||–|
|Hyper Backup support||no|
|Date||10 May 2021|
|Version||n/a (part of DSM)|
Since a NAS is primarily about storage, an application to manage your storage is inevitable. The pages you find in Storage Manager depend on the storage-related features of your NAS.
Apart from a status overview of your disks, storage pools, and volumes, you can also perform maintenance tasks.
The Storage Manager app is part of DSM. It is permanently installed, and you can not uninstall it.
There is no package for it in Package Center.
You can schedule S.M.A.R.T. tests from the Test Scheduler tab of the HDD/SSD page for your HDDs. You can enable or disable Drive Health Report, Bad Sector Warning, SSD Estimated Lifespan Notification on the Settings tab, and update the Drive Database with S.M.A.R.T. attributes.
On the Storage Pool page, Storage Pool tab, you can create or remove a pool, add a drive to a pool, change RAID type, and change settings.
The Data Scrubbing tab lets you start and schedule data and RAID scrubbing. The Configurations tab enables you to configure the RAID Resync Speed Limits.
You can create and remove a volume on the Volume page, initiate File System Defragmentation, and change volume settings.
Logging and notification
You can define notifications for S.M.A.R.T. tests and a Drive Health Report. See the Configuration section above for details.
Stop or run
There is no stop or run option for this package.
Uninstall and removal
You can not uninstall Storage Manager via Package Center.
Other pages in the Storage Manager are Hot Spare and SSD Cache.
Thanks for reading
Paul Steunebrink / Storage Alchemist