How are things with the NAS ? is it still entering in standby ? did you discover anything worth mentioning regarding the settings?
Any input would be highly appreciated!
I highly recommend you a Synology, you won't have any of that problems with that, honestly. I have a Synology and a QNAP at home. With my QNAP I was never able to fix that problem, I already gave up. The consequences are, that the hardddrives don't last so long, which makes it everything more expensive.razvannicolae wrote: ↑Wed Feb 24, 2021 4:56 am
So in conclusion, if I remember correctly .... I guess I paid arround 600 Eur for the NAS and Hdds but I have built up so much anger that I could pay 1000 EUR right now on some advertising just to share these facts somewhere ...I cannot belive I have this problem with a 600 Euro NAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ... and to make it worse .....I have a ** 218Play Synology which barely reach 30MB transfer speed over LAN but which is amazingly quiet and responsive and does also this stand-by or spin-down or whatever you want to call it.
I am determined to post this complain on every forum on NAS I could find.
My TS-453BE spins down just fine, but always wakes up again after 15 minutes regardless. I've set the spindown delay right down to 5 minutes to test it, and it just cycles through wake-up/spin-down/wake-up (etc.) all the time. It does this even when I disconnect it from the LAN. This happens when there are no BT jobs, open connections, or other jobs running. I've read that some users find their QNAP doesn't spin down with slimserver, but nobody has mentioned it causing this problem. =======>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was using another firm. I have not encountered any such an error (feature). Since 2008, this problem has qnap this problem. How could you remain indifferent to that. This problem is not cute to return this appliance and not to praise certainty. Please don't come to me with ridiculous recommendations such as 7/24 stolen in NAS prayer. Remember that I'm going to this problem until the consumer rights is this imposition of fashions. You are doing m for HDD firms. Mill is not used, most Qnap users are the teacher of the electrical bills wasted by billion dollars.
This won't do much for you, as QNAP is not reading them. You'll need to contact them directly.
Did it stay dead? Wait a minute and check again.rob243 wrote: ↑Tue Mar 02, 2021 5:06 pmJust an Update about the problem. I was able to find the reason. It was the rsyslogd (check on the ssh terminal -> "ps aux | grep rsyslogd"). My workaround for now is to kill that service on the ssh terminal with "kill -9 <processnumber>". The harddrives are quiet now