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To import Synology NAS Inspectors via CSV Import, navigate to Admin Inspectors Synology NAS Select the down arrow icon in the top right-hand to Download CSV Import Template. In the CSV Template, each row, starting on row three, will represent an Inspector. Fill in the following information for each Inspector you want to roll out. Markdown Syntax Guide SourceForge uses markdown syntax everywhere to allow you to create rich text markup, and extends markdown in several ways to allow for quick linking to other artifacts in your project. Synology, PHP, and the mysql Extension Written by David Schlottman on May 13th, 2018 May 13th, 2018. 3 Comments This week I installed a few new items on my Synology NAS server so that I could better familiarize myself with PHP and MySQL.

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When I want to change my nas,
I use Hyper backup software to backup my nas,
Copy from my nas to USB device.

But when I run the copy task,
it tells me 'Run command fail'

So I reboot the nas,
and then I see 'The storage is full, you can't login.' message.

Login with SSH,
I see the partation /dev/md0 100% used.

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I cost a lot time to find the reason,
finally I figure it out.

Run df -h command you will see something like this,
the /dev/md0 is 100% used.

Now the purpose is to solve this problem.

First, You can see the /dev/md0 is mounted on /,
the root folder.

It means every folder in root may used the space,
You must find it out yourself.

In my case,
the Hyper backup software copy file into /volumeUSB1 folder,
This is the problem:
the /volumeUSB1/ folder is under the /, not USB device! Gns3 ios download.
The right USB device folder is /volumeUSB1/usbshare1-2/

So I delete the files under /volumeUSB1/,
and reboot nas,
I can login again.

1, Find where the /dev/md0 is mounted.
2, Find which folder used the space.
3, Delete the files.
4, Reboot.