Not sure if that would work or not but worth a try. One thing to note is that you are assuming that the RAID table was written sequentially starting sda through sdd. Typically that is not the case. If you have any logs from the NSS, download "All" logs and save to your computer. Once you have the tarball extract it and look for the "boot.log". This log file will show us everything about the RAID and the correct "order" (basically which drive is parity). Really the order should not matter just wondering if fstab will complain.
Article ID:1717 Time Machine Backup on NSS300 Smart Storage Series
Objective This document explains the steps for Time Machine Backup. The
Network Attached Storage (NAS) is used as one of the destinations for
the backup of files. It is a file-level comput...
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Storage Objective The NSS devices have two types of System Resets: Basic
and Advanced. An understanding of both of these resets will allow the
user to recover from unpredictable situatio...
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Disks. RAID 5 combines three or more disks in a way that shields the
data against loss of any one disk. In a R...