It should work with most drives, but if the temperatures are not displayed at the top, let me know and if you can work the disks hard and tell me which row number and column number the temperature is in (Normally it's the third value in row 194 for example), I'll then create a setting to allow you to select a different mode for each different type of setting.
Future plans... Make it look better and allow an alarm in case of overheating.
All you have to do is add <md:NAS> <md:TargetNas>Thecus</md:TargetNas> <md:NasType>N2100</md:NasType> <md:NasVersion>2.0.00</md:NasVersion> </md:NAS> in the install.rdf file.
Beware that the N2100 has only two drives instead of 4.
It would be great if you can put the Smart Attribute Name next to the values, so it would be easier to read. Also, if you can provide link back to Wikipedia to the explanation of the attributes, it would be much easier to understand what those attribute means.
My time with a thecus is coming to an end (I'm a HP proliant man now....)
Please feel free to copy the modules in case I remove them from my site, and even edit the module to use the included program to check the drives regularly and then take some action (flash, shutdown or something), I know the community can take this module further than I did.
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