Thanks. And yeah, I’ve seen that error as well (sometimes, but not always).
I’ve already moved the project file itself over to another internal SSD that has APSF formatting, so hopefully that’ll cure the issue.
I do see messages from apple supplied apps (like TextEdit and Preview) when I save to the NAS that say something about the mount not supporting persistent storage or some such which will preclude the ability to go back to previous versions, which I’ve never used anyway (I change the filename and include the date for this purpose, old school coder practice), and that works fine.
Oddly, there’s zero issues when using other apps that also use the folder bundle format for saving (like Logic and even other non Apple 3rd party apps) so it’s a tad odd that it’d be happening with RW, as they’ve been generally pretty good about the minutia of MacOS stuff (as evidenced by the Safari SVG tab thing and other little bits most software vendors aren’t even aware of).
And I’m already using the NAS for the time machine thing. I do have to say that springing for a 8 bay Raid 10 Synology was one of the brighter things I’ve done in a very long time. I’ve got a 48tb volume with an installed hot spare that’s been running 24/7 for almost 3 years now without a single issue.
Besides being able to use it was a LAN based web server for development (I can load an entire site in less than minute vs. the 20+ it takes to push off to the production server) is worth the price of admission alone.
All our video content is on it, my entire 2500+ album collection, some 40,000+ RAW camera files in Aperture libraries, all my cad and 3d priting work, etc, and the whole private cloud thing is awesome. I can access any of it, from anywhere in the world on any device. It’s a great bit of kit and the peace of mind in knowing I’d have to have 3 drives all fail simultaneously (and probably 4 due to the hot spare) before I’d lose any data is a godsend, particularly as I don’t have the worlds fastest outgoing internet so a cloud backup scenario with that much data just isn’t practical.