What is the maximum size supported for a flexible volume?

What is the maximum size supported for a flexible volume?

Applied Models:

  • TS-x69, TS-x70, TS-x79, SS-x79, TVS-x70


The maximum supported size for a flexible volume is 250 TB. Depending on certain system configurations, there are some limitations to this:


  • If the NAS has less than 4GB RAM, then the maximum capacity is 144TB.
  • If the NAS has at least 4GB RAM, then the maximum capacity is 250TB.

File System

When setting up a volume, under “File system option” you will find a “Bytes per inodes” value. Depending on what this value is set to, the maximum possible size of a volume will change accordingly.

Bytes per Inode Max. Size of Volume
4096 / 4K 15.99 TB
8192 / 8K 31.99 TB
16384 / 16K 63.99 TB
32768 / 32K 127.99 TB
65536 / 64K 250 TB

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