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Disk Utility Section

The Disk Utility item is necessary to perform some operations with hard disks installed into the TS-S402. First goes the Disk Information item. It is a page with information about all the disks connected with the NAS. The data is rather too succinct, though. The temperature of the HDDs is not reported, for example. On this page you can also unmount USB drives.

On the Disk Mode page you can specify the configuration and file system type for the disk array created in the TS-S402.

On the Format Disk page you can format the NAS’s internal HDDs and connected USB drives.

The last sub-page in this section is called Power Management. It is going to be necessary if you want the NAS to shut down its HDDs during long idle periods. You can specify the time after the HDDs are turned off.

System Logs Section

The System Logs consists of two sub-pages. The first page, Syslog Server, offers remote logging settings. You can keep a log for the TS-S402 on any computer on the LAN or send copies of logs to an email address.

You can read a local event log of the NAS on the second and last page called System Logs.

 
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