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Jaap Mosselman
Nov 11, 2010 12:52:55 AM
Topic: Can Syncrify server be installed on a Synology diskstation?
Would it be possible to install the Syncrify server on a Synology diskstation? I have a DS110j. Thanks, Jaap


Mark Lipton
Nov 11, 2010 7:54:55 PM
Topic: Can Syncrify server be installed on a Synology diskstation?
I am not sure about Synology but have installed Syncrify on FreeNAS. It works fine. Do you 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, you will have to install Java and then run Syncrify. In the worst case scenario, you can mount the Synology disk to a regular Linux or Windows machine and then use it. Mark >Would it be possible to install the Syncrify server on a Synology diskstation? I have >a DS110j. > >Thanks, Jaap


Jaap Mosselman
Nov 12, 2010 1:23:23 PM
Topic: Can Syncrify server be installed on a Synology diskstation?
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 MB >I am not sure about Synology but have installed Syncrify on FreeNAS. It works fine. > >Do >you 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, you >will have to install Java and then run Syncrify. > >In the worst case scenario, you can mount the Synology disk to a regular Linux or >Windows machine and then use it. > > >Mark > > > >>Would it be possible to install the Syncrify server on a Synology diskstation? I >have >>a DS110j. >> >>Thanks, Jaap


Mark Lipton
Nov 13, 2010 8:55:24 AM
Topic: Can Syncrify server be installed on a Synology diskstation?
ASFIK, Syncrify does not use that much memory. Since Syncrify is written in Java, you can specify the maximum amount of memory is should use by specifying the -Xmx parameter. 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 Mark. >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 MB > >>I >am not sure about Synology but have installed Syncrify on FreeNAS. It works fine. >> >>Do >>you >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, >you >>will have to install Java and then run Syncrify. >> >>In the worst case scenario, you can mount the Synology disk to a regular Linux or >>Windows >machine and then use it. >> >> >>Mark >> >> >> >>>Would it be possible to install the Syncrify server on a Synology diskstation? I >>have >>>a >DS110j. >>> >>>Thanks, Jaap


Jeff B
Dec 10, 2010 8:39:23 AM
Topic: 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: bash-3.2# ./Install.sh [.] 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 [OK] [.] Starting Synametrics File Manager... /opt/Syncrify/lib/wrapper: line 1: syntax error: unexpected "(" [OK] >ASFIK, Syncrify does not use that much memory. Since Syncrify is written in Java, >you can specify the maximum amount of memory is should use by specifying the -Xmx >parameter. > >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 > >Mark. > > > >>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 MB >> >>>I >>am >not sure about Synology but have installed Syncrify on FreeNAS. It works fine. >>> >>>Do >>>you >>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, >>you >>>will >have to install Java and then run Syncrify. >>> >>>In the worst case scenario, you can mount the Synology disk to a regular Linux or >>>Windows >>machine >and then use it. >>> >>> >>>Mark >>> >>> >>> >>>>Would it be possible to install the Syncrify server on a Synology diskstation? >I >>>have >>>>a >>DS110j. >>>> >>>>Thanks, Jaap


Jeff B
Apr 8, 2011 8:14:09 AM
Topic: Can Syncrify server be installed on a Synology diskstation?
Anyone have any help on this issue? >Did you ever get this resolved? I am trying the same thing, and when running the >Syncrify install, I get the following output: > >bash-3.2# ./Install.sh >[.] 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 >[OK] >[.] >Starting Synametrics File Manager... >/opt/Syncrify/lib/wrapper: line 1: syntax error: unexpected "(" >[OK] > > > > >>ASFIK, Syncrify does not use that much memory. Since Syncrify is written in Java, >>you >can specify the maximum amount of memory is should use by specifying the -Xmx >>parameter. >> >>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 >> >>Mark. >> >> >> >>>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 >MB >>> >>>>I >>>am >>not sure about Synology but have installed Syncrify on FreeNAS. It works fine. >>>> >>>>Do >>>>you >>>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, >>>you >>>>will >>have >to install Java and then run Syncrify. >>>> >>>>In the worst case scenario, you can mount the Synology disk to a regular Linux >or >>>>Windows >>>machine >>and then use it. >>>> >>>> >>>>Mark >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>>>Would it be possible to install the Syncrify server on a Synology diskstation? >>I >>>>have >>>>>a >>>DS110j. >>>>> >>>>>Thanks, >Jaap


nick m
May 17, 2011 6:58:59 PM
Topic: Can Syncrify server be installed on a Synology diskstation?
I have the identical problem with a synology 409. Some gentle poking around (it is a long while since I messed with *ix from a terminal window) suggests that java doesn't install. Also hoping for some help, Nick >Anyone have any help on this issue? > >>Did you ever get this resolved? I am trying the same thing, and when running the >>Syncrify >install, I get the following output: >> >>bash-3.2# ./Install.sh >>[.] 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 >>[OK] >>[.] >>Starting Synametrics File Manager... >>/opt/Syncrify/lib/wrapper: line 1: syntax error: unexpected "(" >>[OK]


Ron Gooding
May 27, 2011 1:47:40 PM
Topic: Can Syncrify server be installed on a Synology diskstation?
See this thread for an update and *some* help from tech support. http://www.synametrics.com/SynametricsWebApp/Forums?operation=4&msgID=2771&sid=69BFC53B72AA46AA951DE4F17DEEFF6C Ron >I have the identical problem with a synology 409. Some gentle poking around (it is >a long while since I messed with *ix from a terminal window) suggests that java doesn't >install. > >Also hoping for some help, >Nick > > >>Anyone have any help on this issue? >> >>>Did you ever get this resolved? I am trying the same thing, and when running the >>>Syncrify >>install, >I get the following output: >>> >>>bash-3.2# ./Install.sh >>>[.] 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 >>>[OK] >>>[.] >>>Starting >Synametrics File Manager... >>>/opt/Syncrify/lib/wrapper: line 1: syntax error: unexpected "(" >>>[OK]
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