So I ordered a new .M2 SSD today and I will be taking my 250 gig Samsung and using it as a read cache in my Synology. You can do read/write, but I will be just using it for read. Still loving my NAS btw.
Well I set my backup to Onedrive last night. Was painless and it is now backing up my data each morning at 2 a.m. I was currently using Backblaze and might cancel it now. Or I just might keep both locations.
So I have been back to trying to transfer my movies back into Plex. Plex uses a different naming scheme so trying to get everything organized. It's taking a whole evening to transfer a entire season of Seinfeld. But I am getting there.
I am going to try out switching over to Synology's own C2 service. The cloud is based in Germany. I think the pricing is decent as well, but it incorporates seamlessly with the NAS since it's their own service. I will see how it goes then might dump Backblaze B2 (nothing wrong with it, it's dirt cheap and no complaint's but lack UI just headless).
Broke out my old Drobo. I haven't used it since I got my Synology, (which is way superior). But I thought why not use it? So I scrounged up some old large hard drives that I had laying around threw them in and mount the shared folder and started transferring data over. This way I have two local copies with two machine that are redundant along with a cloud backup. Overkill?