i have a qnap ts 459 pro II i want to copy data from 2 folders on it to the external hard drive plugged directly into it. I am using putty to get onto the qnap as the copy job from the web console is not working. They suggested using rsync to do it. The folders are called Open case files and open case files seattle. I'm not much of a linux guy and i can get onto the box from ok but i cant see any folders i did some googleing and found a few commands but must not be doing them right. Can someone tell me how to change to the (For lack of a better word since i dont know linux) root folder so i can see the shares. i want to do a firmware upgrade this weekend and support is closed until monday so i would like to do this asap
In my Qnap the external drives is mounted under /shares so you can try:
And see if your external drive is listed.
Then you can copy the files with a command like
rsync -av /shares/Public/your-source-dir
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