• juul

    How can I access the /etc/sysctl.conf file?

    • cosjef

      You need to enable SSH if not yet enabled. Then connect via SSH to the Diskstation to access the file.

      • Juul

        With puty I can connect to my synology, but I don’t know how to edit the file with puty. I also tried FileZilla but I can’t access my synology…. ‘Connection closed by server with exitcode 1

        • cosjef

          Putty lets you connect to the Synology. You need a command-line editor to do the editing of the file. Once SSH’d to the Synology box, try “nano /etc/sysctl.conf”

          • juul

            I get the message -ash nano: not found

  • juul

    ok thanks

  • John

    Thanks, handy, a comment

    “/usr/syno/etc/rc.d/S56synoindexd.sh stop”

    should be

    “/usr/syno/etc/rc.d/S66synoindexd.sh stop”

    but if you chmod and reboot after it, then it doens’t make a difference.

  • Juul

    Hi, i finally found out how to edit the /etc/sysctl.conf file. Is it correct that you only see this line:

    kernel.panic=3

    ~

    ~

    ~

    I have a synology DS213 with 512 ram, will these tuning setting work for me as wel?

  • GW

    Are there any changes to the network values if you have installed more memory in your Synology? DS412+ with 4GB of RAM. I changed my MTU as well to 9000Bytes. My Macbook Pro screams on a write, about 1GB every 9 seconds. My PC laptop does not get near the same performance. thanks.

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