Can Syncrify server be installed on a Synology diskstation?
Did you ever get this resolved? I am trying the same thing, and when running the
Syncrify install, I get the following output:
[.] Installing Syncrify.
[.] Please specify, installation directory or leave blank for default
Please enter (e.g. /opt/):
[.] Installation directory = /opt/
[.] Unzipping Syncrify.tar.gz file... [OK]
[.] Creating /opt/Syncrify/ folder...
[.] Extracting Syncrify.tar file...[OK]
[.] Setting current working directory...
[.] Installing Syncrify service... [OK]
[.] Syncrify service activated on boot... ./Install.sh: line 125: chkconfig: not found
Starting Synametrics File Manager...
/opt/Syncrify/lib/wrapper: line 1: syntax error: unexpected "("
>ASFIK, Syncrify does not use that much memory. Since Syncrify is written in Java,
can specify the maximum amount of memory is should use by specifying the -Xmx
>Change the run.sh file and use the following value as a parameter to java
>java -Xmx64m ... (remaining parameters)
>I backup about 16 GB every day and the memory usage stays below 30MB
>>Synology runs Linux and I can have Terminal access as far as I know.
>>But will the Syncrify server run with only 60-80 Mb memory? My box has only 128
>not sure about Synology but have installed Syncrify on FreeNAS. It works fine.
>>have Terminal access to the Synology box? If your Synalogy box runs Linux, you
>>>can download the installer for Linux and that should work. If your box runs BSD,
to install Java and then run Syncrify.
>>>In the worst case scenario, you can mount the Synology disk to a regular Linux
>and then use it.
>>>>Would it be possible to install the Syncrify server on a Synology diskstation?