• [6.11.0-rc3] New config changes disk settings

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    I've changed my default file system to "btrfs" under "Settings > Disk Settings" on my backup/development NAS system. If I run the new config option via "Tools > New Config", it does more than just reset the drive slots, it resets at least the default file system in Disk Settings as it gets changed to "xfs". I discovered this issue after taking a drive out of the Drive 2 slot, resetting the config so I can wipe the partitions and re-add as btrfs, and it was added & formatted with xfs.


    I was able to repeat the steps to duplicate.

    1. Set default file system to btrfs

    2. Run "New Config", preserve all drive settings.

    3. View Disk Settings, default file system is now xfs


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    It's been like that for a while, at least from v6.9 onward IIRC, but I would also prefer those settings would remain untouched.

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