jeroenvt wrote:For those who are experiencing improper shutdowns: Synology Support suggested to temporarily disable Cloud Station (stop the package on the NAS). Since then (almost 2 days now) no improper shutdowns occurred anymore on my DS114. So this might be a workaround.
I have an idea for those of you running cloud station server on your NAS, if the disabling of cloud station works and your NAS becomes stable, you could try uninstalling cloud station and installing the new Synology Drive package on your NAS. I installed it a few days ago and it works much like cloud station does, I suspect Synology is working toward replacing cloud station with Synology Drive. Anyways, I would also imagine that the Drive package is written with different code and maybe it wont cause the reboot issues.
Also an FYI when I updated my Synology office package, it automatically replaced my cloud station server with the new Synology Drive server, if you want to upgrade from Cloud station to drive, it might be easiest to just install the most recent version Synology Office package on your NAS and it is likely going to perform the replacement for you, so you get to keep your old file versions database, if you don't want Synology Office just uninstall that package after it is done installing the new Synology drive server
Keep in mind this is just a rough theory, but if you rely on cloud station, then leaving it disabled and waiting for Synology to come up with a fix is not acceptable so maybe my idea will work.
I hope this helps others out.