Post by Georg Eschenbach on Mar 26, 2008 3:37:55 GMT 7
I have seen that post from Falk but I "thought" (or better: "wished") that it would be done with the changes of the files like quarx has written some posts before.
The question is: does it make sense to switch quta off or is there any chance to prevent rc.quota from writing into raid.db. or can the time step be changed from 5 minutes to lets say 24 hours? I haven´t found the time step "5 minutes" when editing rc.quota, if so, I had tried to change it.
The next FW release seems to finally fix the spin down issue. The Samba files will move to /var and the quota update interval will become 12 hours. The only thing that could prevent disks from spinning down then are addons (modules).
I think it is important to know in what network enviroment the 5200 runs. you can tell us a little about this? Is there an DomainController? the main problem comes up, if the NASbox run in a workgroup.
There is no DomainController in my network environment. The N5200Pro is just a file server with some NFS and CIFS shares containing all my MultiMedia (video/audio/pictures) files and documents. It is connected to a Netgear 8-port GBit switch that is connected to a WLAN router AVM7270. The WLAN router provides the DNS server. The N5200Pro runs with static IP.