I just replaced my fan, but I get a long error beep every half hour, and the log gives me the error message "The system N2100's fan has failed". Do you have a clue what I could do? The fan has an speed signal, it can be read in the status windows. Thanks already.
every 30 minutes your Thecus Box will execute script /img/bin/temperature which checks both temperature and fan rpm values. If the original fan is reporting a speed below 500 rpm it will issue an alarm and put a message in the log as well.
Do you use a replacement fan? If yes, then the alarm will already go off below 1000 rpm unfortunately.
so I just got it managed to edit the file and found the value "1000" which I could change. So it works for the session I am in. What do I have to do if I wanna save it a way it stays edited after reboot? Where are those backups stored? Thansk already
but there is another solution you may try. The latest version of FANRPM will detect if you are using an original or a replacement fan and set the rpm alarm limit value to 500 in both cases (it's main function is to display the correct rpm value in the system overview page).
If you want to change the limit install the FANRPM module, then goto directory /raid/module/FANRPM/shell/ and load file findrep-temperature.sed in vi for editing. Change the values 1000 (for original fan value is the double of the actual rpm) and 500 (for replacment fan we have the correct rpm) accordingly.
I have version 1.2.00 of this module, is this the latest one? I ask, because I don't have this file in the directory. I could only find the findrep.seh, but nothing in it what could be of interest for solving the problem. Can you tell me where to find the latest version? I downloaded mine from this onbeat.dk-site