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Synology NAS: Location of logs for running scheduled tasks (DSM 7)

Recently, I had a scheduled task running for long, and i noticed I couldn't find the logs as I used to find them while using DSM 6. I ended up creating a ticket for Synology Support, but I did get too far with them.

I started looked at the running processes, and with a bit of luck I was able to find it.

the location in my NAS is


It happens to be the case it's the same volume I write the logs to (once the tasks finished). For you it may be volume1 or else

Inside you will find a folder with a name starting with @, like @16589, once you have a task running.


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