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QNAP TS-459U-RP Turbo NAS Review



Okay, okay, it's finally the last section of the WebUI, System Status. Under System Information, you can see the name and firmware version of the NAS, current Ethernet status, and other hardware information including CPU usage, memory usage, and temperatures of the CPU, system, and individual hard drives. System Service lists the services of the NAS, with a green circle for services that are enabled, and a grey circle for those that are disabled. Not much else is shown here apart from the ports of the most important services.




Resource Monitor is much like Task Manager in Windows, and shows continually updated historical graphs of CPU Usage and Memory Usage. You also get a fancy pie chart showing the relative size of each folder on the NAS. I'm not sure why "Others" shows as -119385750.60 KB (~114 GB), but otherwise the chart is correct (this has since been fixed in the firmware v3.3 official release). Bandwidth Transfer shows you the data transfer usage over the course of the last 20 hours, and finally, the Process tab lists the currently running processes on the NAS, with associated percentage of CPU usage.



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look: PSU
  3. Closer Look: Internals
  4. Installation
  5. Configuration: Initial Setup
  6. Configuration: Web UI & System Administration
  7. Configuration: Disk Management
  8. Configuration: Access Right Management
  9. Configuration: Network Services
  10. Configuration: Applications
  11. Configuration: Backup
  12. Configuration: External Device
  13. Configuration: System Status
  14. Additional Utilities
  15. Specifications & Features
  16. Testing: Setup
  17. Testing: SiSoft Sandra
  18. Testing: Intel NAS Performance Toolkit
  19. Testing: Operation
  20. Testing: Features
  21. Conclusion
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