QNAP NAS SSH Service Commands

I use several QNAP devices from the large 24 drive down to a personal 2 drive. I’ve found that they are pretty good and you can do a lot with them as they’re basically Linux boxes with a pretty web interface.

Here are some useful console commands for restarting specific services.

First, to restart basically everything you can issue this command:

/etc/init.d/services.sh restart

One of the most common ones is to restart smb:

/etc/init.d/smb.sh restart

Here’s a list of other common ones: (They’re all in /etc/init.d)
I believe they will all accept the restart option. They will accept start/stop options.

QMediaService.sh
Qthttpd.sh
StartMediaService.sh
bonjour.sh
crond.sh
ftp.sh
mysqld.sh
network.sh
opentftp.sh
qsyncman.sh
rsyncRR.sh
rsyncd.sh
rsyncd_srv.sh
rsyslog.sh
samba4.sh
services.sh
timemachine.sh
vpn_openvpn.sh
vpn_pptp.sh
webalizer.sh