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  • [6.9.1] Setting warning/critical temperature in SMART settings not possible

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    If I set these values and hit Apply the values are set back to the default values:


    Warning disk temperature threshold

    Critical disk temperature threshold


    The disks in question are M.2 NVMe devices running in single disk XFS pools.


    I tried to set these values to 60/65 celsius. After hitting Apply these values go back to 45/55 celsius.


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    I have email alerts turned on and don’t see a way to remove the alerts from arriving in my email other than having the temperature thresholds actually remain.


    I've tried deleting the cfg file and setting the values again but the the GUI resets to default and I still get notifications (cfg file has the correct settings)


    Curiously, it only happens on my nvme cache drives (raid0 btrfs) and not with my spinning disks.

    Edited by Congles
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    In my case, i can set values.... but only for one NVMe.

    When i set the values for the second NVMe, the GUI delete the first setting in the file and implement

    the new setting - but i have ALWAYS ONLY ONE setting in the file... ;-)

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