How much space will be allocated on Synology C2 for my NAS?
The space allocated on Synology C2 is based on the number and usage size of volumes on your local NAS, in terabytes. For example, if you have a 1.3-TB volume and a 0.5-TB volume in total on your local NAS, then a 2-TB volume and a 1-TB volume will be allocated on Synology C2, respectively.
If the current size of your volume is close to the next terabyte, Synology C2 will automatically allocate one extra terabyte. For example, 3 TB will be allocate on Synology C2 for an existing volume of 1.9 TB on your NAS.
What data will be replicated to Synology C2?
To ensure that the required services and system files are properly replicated for service continuity, all data on your Synology NAS will be replicated to the C2 cloud. In order to allocate the storage required on Synology C2 efficiently, it is highly recommended that you dedicate the Synology NAS solely to important data storage.
Can I expand storage on Synology C2?
Sufficient storage on Synology C2 is automatically allocated when you create a protection task from Synology’s Disaster Recovery package. The expansion of storage on Synology C2 will be supported when the service is officially launched. During the beta period, you can reduce the data size on the local NAS to manage size usage.