Synology System partition failed


Synology System partition failed

System partition has crashed


To recover the system partition:

  1. Back up your data. (Tutorial)
  2. Use Mode 2 to reset your Synology NAS and reinstall the DSM operating system.
    • If you are running DSM 6.2.3 or earlier, refer to this article.
    • If you are running DSM 6.2.4 or above, refer to this article.
  3. After the installation is complete, launch Storage Manager.
  4. Run a S.M.A.R.T. test on your drives to identify the defective ones. For detailed instructions, refer to the respective help articles for DSM 7.0 and DSM 6.2.
  5. Replace the defective drives one by one. Then, depending on what status is shown on the Overview page, repair the storage pool or the system partition.
    • For detailed instructions on repairing a storage pool, refer to the respective help articles for DSM 7.0 and DSM 6.2.
    • For detailed instructions on repairing the system partition, refer to the respective help articles for DSM 7.0 and DSM 6.2.
  6. Follow these best practice tips to keep your data safe and your system operational:
    • Regularly back up your data and system configurations. For detailed instructions, refer to the respective help articles for DSM 7.0 and DSM 6.2.
    • Run S.M.A.R.T. tests on your drives to monitor the drive health status. For detailed instructions, refer to the respective help articles for DSM 7.0 and DSM 6.2.

 


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