Unmapping the drives doesn't seem to work. Giving it a reboot now.
But on second thought I'm not sure my test is entirely accurate or valid either. I figured if the drives spun down I would see a noticeable decrease in noise, but maybe thats not the case since the fan is so loud.
Secondly, I thought hitting the SC web page from a spun down system versus spun up would see a noticeable access time difference but that doesnt seem to be the case. Hitting it spun up take abouts 4 seconds to load the page which is the same if the system has been sitting there idle for an hour.
So either it aint spinning down for me or Im not testing it right. Rebooting now and seeing if thats does anyting noticeable.
... again Thecus missed to fix some critical vulnerabilities. I encourage everyone who allows http/https access to the box to do the following changes to the configuration (SYSUSER and SERGETTY or SSHD modules required):
APQ-390301 in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf add the following lines:
<Location "/setlang/index.html"> Deny from all </Location>
KKM-798736 in /etc/httpd/conf/php.ini change the allow_url_fopen statement to Off:
I successfully updated my N5200 a few times using the 2.00.08 firmware. However, each time, when the system reboot, the Product Information displayed after log in said that it is still running 2.00.04 firmware.
When I updated the firmware, the page clearly indicated that it was updating from 2.00.04 to 2.00.08, and I downloaded the 2.00.08 firmware from the Thecus home page.