If you select Time Machine and then select Enter Time Machine and then click cancel I think the sparse bundle should still be mounted (at least it was on Snow Leopard). In the Finder select the mounted sparsebundle and go to File > Get Info or do a Command+I and report what is shown there.
So the quota for the ReadyNAS (TM) user is set to 1024GB, correct?
If you do a google search you'll note that the /etc/passwd file contains the addresses for the home directories for users. You'll note that the "ReadyNAS" (Time Machine) user's home directory is /var/lib/timemachine. Also if you do a ls to list the content of a directory note that to see hidden files (those that start with a ".") you should do e.g. an "ls -la"
The file you need to edit is /etc/netatalk/AppleVolumes.default. At the end of the line for the share you want to use for TM backups you need to add "options:tm" to get e.g.
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"/backup" "backup" cnidscheme:dbd options:tm
No you should not do a resync. I do not think this a problem where the disks aren't properly synced, but you could try doing a reboot under System > Shutdown with a quota check.