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Synology LUN Configuration

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I have a Synology with 2TB x 9 HDD. It seems that I can only configure a single LUN to support RAID5, or separate 9 separate LUN for each disk.

But can we separate the 9 disk with 3 LUN, each LUN running under RAID ? Any idea how to configure it ?

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From what i can see, it is possible to create multiple diskgroups (aka RAIDset) on the device and then slice these into 1 or more volumes.
I spotted this tutorial on the synology website, does it help http://www.synology.com/en-uk/support/tutorials/558
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