USB device identification -- needs some improvement
USB devices can be attached to the ReadyNAS device. Every different device apparently gets identified in the form of USB_HDD_#(a number).
Have 5 USB devices then you have five different names. Each of the USB devices has a Volume ID -- an actual name that a human assigned to keep track of the device.
For reasons that are unknown, the human understandable device name is never displayed or recognized. Instead each USB device gets assigned a sequential number.
This is about as helpful to humans as as additional holes in the head.
Humans want to know that they have mounted the 'correct' device but there is no reference to the actual Volume ID but instead this contrived device identification created by ReadyNAS..
We have taken to printing and taping on the external devices a label that thas this contrived name -- dumb, dumb, dumb in this day and age.
Fix up the interface to display the human readable Volume ID -- you can internally map it to the ReadyNAS identification but humans do not need to know what happens internally.
This type of contrived inteface causes real issues with humans that have to deal with this.