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So I guess either will work, but what would you choose if you were to configure it all again from scratch?
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Some have looked at installing the agent directly to the NAS device if it runs Linux. I only looked at this from the Synology perspective but if your device has Linux on it that meets the Veeam requirements you may be able to get the agent running on there directly, this will give you even better performance.
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http://forum.qnap.com/viewtopic.php?f=1 ... a&start=15
Running the datamover on the nas gives you the highest transferspeeds and offloads file merging to the nas. But beware that the box has sufficient memory. But looking at the specs of the box you mentioned that won't be a problem.
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Has anybody succeeded in running the Linux datamover on a Qnap with 4.2 firmware?
According to the last posts (Jun 1, 2016) of this thread:
http://forum.qnap.com/viewtopic.php?f=1 ... 3&start=30
the solution previously used doesn't work anymore after the firmware update.
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