Reinstall a Synology NAS without loosing any data from commandline.

/usr/syno/sbin/./synodsdefault --reinstall
Seen many questions how-to reinstall synology nas dsm without loosing data, here you go. Wait for a few min and then head over to http://nasip and setup your fresh installed nas.
Sample Output
Success.
Rebooting.


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By: wuziduzi
2018-11-12 01:31:11

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allapo · 52 weeks and 1 day ago
The information you have provided helped me a lot. I had tried it reinstalling the Synology NAS DSM without losing the data by following the procedure you have shared here. Within a minute I was able to see the successful result and I am so happy and thanks for this help. useful link
Juvanta · 51 weeks and 5 days ago

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