Post by Georg Eschenbach on May 10, 2008 17:33:17 GMT 7
NSYNC-task copies all specified shares to the nsync-destination, but it does not really synchronize: if you delete or rename files in the directory, which is going to be nsynced, the old files are not deleted in the destination folder, only the "new files" will be added as well, so the hdd´s will sooner or later be full of files, which are not needed anymore.
well, it´s still better than in the 2.00.04 where NSYNC didn´t do anything at all ;D:-9
Thecus N5200Bpro FW 2.00.08 Modules: TwonkyMedia 2.00.07, SSHD 2.00.00, SYSUSER 2.00.02, RSYNC 2.00.00, PUREFTP 2.00.07, (installed in this order) RAID6 with 5x1000GB Seagate ST31000340NS
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.
Has this happened to anyone?
You are probably running IMGDUP...
If you haven't disabled it, do so now.
Next uninstall it.
Using sysuser module, go in an rm -R /raid/data/module/backup/IMGDUP
After that re-install IMGDUP and it will show the correct firmware and run correctly.
So using the INFO Module mine doesn't appear to be spinning down. Number stays at 9 on the first drive.
Does anyone who has the SC 7.0 (2.00.01) module installed have their drives spinning down?
Also, when I look at the results of the INFO module, it reports on the first disk but the other 4 give errors. I'm guessing its becasue the Smart State is diabled on those for some reason but I have never done anything to disable the, their all brand new installed drives. How can I enable smart state on them?
System Info Firmware Version: 2.00.08 Product: n5200 Producer: THECUS CPU: Intel(R) Celeron(R) M processor 1.50GHz Uptime: 0 days 1:1 LoadAvg: 0.00 0.02 0.00 Fan 1 speed: 1128 Fan 2 speed: 3244 Switch Board: No
Filesystem Info: /raid/data Size 1789429328 KB Used 495276756 KB Available 1294152572 KB Percent used 28 %
Filesystem Info: /tmpfs Size 262144 KB Used 476 KB Available 261668 KB Percent used 0 %
That worked like a charm, thanks Andreas! even persists through a reboot!
Now to figure out if anything can be done about SC making the NAS not spin down (which is my guess).
The SB is constantly polling the server since the second the NAS turns off the SB really turns off (i.e. screen goes black), and I'm gussing it polls the server for time and other things failry frequently. Because the second the NAS comes back up the SB resyncs with the time etc.
So time to research if there is a way to really make the SB go off in the SC settings, stop time, polling or something that can be tweaked to SC so it doesnt prevent the NAS from spinning down!
Hello, 2.00.08 update worked flawlessly. The system told me to reboot ( manually ) to make changes effective. My SC7 installation basically works and does not prevent disk spin down of samsung hd501lj. It only prevents spin down if music is being played. But that is quite understandable ay? I have some trouble with changing configuration settings in SC7 I think I have go t a rights issue with writing to the config files. Didn't sort it out yet. Best regards Jeronimo