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How to get the data off of a ReadyNAS drive?

I have a Netgear ReadyNAS Duo network backup system with two drives in it. The data is accessible through the network, but when I remove a drive to get the data off in another computer, it shows that ...
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Allow users to create folders at netowrk share, but not open others folders

I have a ReadyNas Pro4. On it I have created a shares such as "Movies", "Music", "Backup" etc.. The first step For these shares I would like to set some (for me) advanced privileges, which brings me ...
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Change Ownership Of Linux Directory

I Have a Netgear ReadyNAS and have set up SFTP on it. I created a user named "newuser" and changed directory to "newdirectory". If I run the command chown newuser * -R inside of "newdirectory", will ...
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Permissions for home shares on ReadyNas ReadyShare

I've got a ReadyNas network storage box and whilst the speed of the access and the harware are great the setup and admin pages are a nightmare! I have added myself as a new user (having to add an ...
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Extremely slow connection on LAN for Readynas NV+ v2 NAS

I am experiencing extremely slow upload rates on a Readynas NV+v2 NAS. Speed measurement When testing using speedtest-cli I get the following result: Testing download ...
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Mount ReadyNAS 2nd drive on Linux

I posted this question on Stack Overflow but was told to ask this here instead, so after creating yet another login/account here I am, and apologies if this looks like spam/crosas-posting. An old ...
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Can data be recovered by removing hard drives from ReadyNAS Duo?

I have a five year old ReadyNAS Duo that seems to have kicked the bucket. It has two Western Digital Black hard drives that have been run in mirror RAID configuration. They are both a year old so ...
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Can I fork a copy command on ReadyNAS SSH?

I have a ReadyNAS 102 with a couple of USB drives attached, and connecting to it from a Windows 8 machine over SSH. There were times I wanted to copy files between volumes on the NAS. Unfortunately I ...
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Move two X-RAIDed disks to ubuntu

I have an old NAS (Netgear ReadyNAS Duo) that are X-RAID (Expandable RAID) that I need to move on to a new Ubuntu 12.04 Server. Assuming that this is software raided, does anyone know where I can ...
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NETGEAR ReadyNAS SSH connection closes immediately

I've installed the Enable Root SSH Access plugin to my ReadyNAS Ultra 4. It used to work, but now I'm only getting this message: $ ssh tomas@192.168.1.3 tomas@192.168.1.3's password: Last login: ...
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How to enable auto suspend to RAM on ReadyNAS 104?

I've recently bought a ReadyNAS 104 and I want to save energy by suspending it to RAM. This should be done automatically after a user defined idle time. How do I configure the NAS do behave in this ...
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Can I “move” a folder between two shares on a Netgear ReadyNAS without copying?

I have a private folder on my ReadyNAS. It's not technically a share, since it's the user folder of my ReadyNAS user. In this folder I have about a terabyte of video that I want to move to a share ...
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moving wamp sql data folder to NAS

I have installed WAMP2.2 on a windows 7 machine. now I want to move the mysql data files to my NAS. so I tried to stop the WAMP server, change the datadir in my.ini to point to ...
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Unable to reassemble md raid on drives pulled from ReadyNas Duo v1

I'm toying with a ReadyNAS device that I've recently acquired. It is a SPARC-based box, and it runs linux. As device is pretty slow, I've pulled one drive out of array, hoping to populate it with ...
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Cannot resolve Bonjour local hostname when on wifi extender

I have a somewhat twisted network setup, mainly because I have to share the wifi signal coming from the next door (long story). Recently, I wanted to add NAS and other things that required Ethernet ...
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How do I get ruTorrent work with magnet links on ReadyNAS Duo?

For some reason I cannot get ruTorrent to work with magnet links. The UI happily logs torrent was successfully passed to rTorrent but no torrent is added and no downloads are started. I cannot find ...
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iMac and ReadyNAS jumbo frame is working or not?

OK. I have NAS neatgear readynas nv+ v1. I have iMac i5 27". mac os x: I set MTU to jumbo frames -> apply readynas: enabled jumbo frames -> restarted device my speed is almost the same as it ...
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How to add a (windows readable) backup disk to Netgear ReadyNAS?

So we have this ReadyNAS appliance with 2x1TB disks in Netgear X-RAID (read: mirrored), two empty disk bays and all three usb ports unused. We'd like to add another 1TB disk to the NAS and schedule ...
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Dust protection for new NAS

I just got a new Netgear ReadyNAS and I am a bit worried about DUST. What can I do to reduce the chances of dust damage ? Would mounting it to a wall or shelf help with this ? Can I build some ...
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Access network share in Debian?

I've just gained full root access through SSH to my readyNAS which runs Debian and I am looking into ways of making network shares available directly on the readyNAS. I guess my syntax is completely ...
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NETGEAR ReadyNAS Duo with DLink Dir-635. Slow read/write speed

I bought NETGEAR ReadyNAS Duo and installed WD 2Tb HDD. It works fine, except of the read/write speed. I think this is due to the model of my wireless router. (I hate dlink) The upload speed is around ...
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Improving NAS Performance

I have recently purchased a ReadyNas Duo NAS. It is connected directly to the router via an network cable. The performance is slightly sluggish, and if I stream HD content around the house it's a ...
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Netgear Readynas changes permissions on it's own

At work we have a netgear readynas duo that we use for different types of files. In one particular folder the user who tries to edit a document loses the rights to it. So if a user opens it and ...
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Files not being copied to AFP volume when copying through the Finder

I am trying to copy files from my MacBook's hard disk to my NAS. The latter is a ReadyNAS Duo and is mounted as an AFP volume. The files are about 5MB each and I copy them by selecting in a Finder ...
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USB Ports on the NETGEAR ReadyNAS NV+ 4-Bay 4TB

I have several external USB drives currently (1x500GB and 2x1TB). If I were to purchase the ReadNAS NV+ 4TB NAS, would I be able to: Possibly add even more USB drives to it with a HUB? Export NFS ...
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Can I take my ReadyNAS drive in Raid1 and plug it straight into new different machine?

I would assume that I can just take my HDD out of my NAS (in raid1 mirror) and plug it into another enclosure and have it work off the bat but I'd like to make sure... Any ideas? Edit: My current ...
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Backup solution needed: Hard Drive to NAS via Internet?

My dad is a photographer who is understandably paranoid about losing his photos to a HD crash. He stores his data on an external HD and then periodically backs them up to DVD. To me this seems ...
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ReadyNAS Duo - FTP home network connectivity issue

I have a ReadyNas Duo that I recently purchased and configured on my local home network. I'm an AT&T DSL subscriber using their default 2701HG-B Gateway (2Wire) wireless router. Basically, I have ...
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ReadyNAS issue with Google Apps?

The power went out (again) in my house today so I decided to set up some alerting. Since I have a ReadyNAS and the latest version of Raidinator seems to have SMTP TLS support, I figured I would try ...