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  1. https://github.com/kubedzero/unraid-snmp/blob/main/source/install/doinst.sh#L38 The configuration in which the community string is set is /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf. Note that this gets recreated at every boot (as with the rest of Unraid's OS) so you'll need a command in the /boot/config/go startup script to overwrite the default value or made modifications, along with a command to restart SNMP to take the new changes.
  2. I just tested on RC2 and CA version 2021.02.19a and was able to search for and install SNMP without issue.
  3. I can't comment on the functionality of CA, but there is nothing on my end that's keeping it from showing up in CA https://github.com/kubedzero/unraid-community-apps-xml/blob/main/snmp.xml If CA becomes a problem, feel free to install it directly as I've tested it to be working on 6.9 https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kubedzero/unraid-snmp/main/snmp.plg
  4. What should we know about the Icon tag? What image formats are supported, is transparency supported, what are the minimum and maximum dimensions, optimal file size, optimal ratio, etc?
  5. I experienced the same issue in the SNMP plugin. An old version of the plugin did not check standby state before getting temperature, leading to drives always being spun up if they didn't report temperature during standby. By adding "--nocheck standby" to the flags passed to smartctl, drives will only report temperature while spun up. I'm guessing something similar is happening here. By default, the Web UI only checks the disk temperature every 30 minutes.
  6. It sounds to me as if you need an SNMP collector, and this plugin is just meant to add SNMP output to Unraid. Perhaps you could mod this plugin's snmpd.conf file and write a script to collect the APC and QNAP metrics, but you'd still need something outside this plugin to actually read the SNMP data and get it to Telegraf/InfluxDB.
  7. It should be fully functional. I'm currently running 6.8.3 without issue.
  8. It appears that @dlandon has un-deprecated the Open Files plugin for Unraid 6.9 https://github.com/dlandon/open.files/commit/8afb5a773896f0e351076b35fd338d10642e5e55 🤣 so no fork is needed. Happy to step in in the future though!
  9. Understood, I'm proactively making these changes to my repositories I have tested that if I push an update on the master branch pointing to the PLG+TXZ on the main branch, it effectively migrates users to the new branch. That, I think, is a second option for getting onto the correct version. My question had actually been more about the CA XML update, as I wasn't sure if something on the CA side of things was tracking the XML on a specific branch. Sorry for the miscommunication!
  10. As a heads up to consumers of this plugin, I'm working on changing the branch name from "master" to "main" following Github's recent announcement. At this moment, I have the plugin's original "master" branch on the current version 2020.10.04 in addition to the new "main" branch with a bumped version 2020.11.20 containing the exact same data. I'm doing some investigation on whether I'll be able to seamlessly transition people using the existing version of SNMP over to this new branch. Of course, the other option is to just uninstall the existing installation of SNMP and reinstall using th
  11. Got it, thanks. Well if @dlandon wants to retire and hand over control, I can fork it, remove the 6.8.9 max version, and keep supporting it from 6.8 onwards (with the CA XML as well). I'd prefer to wait for sign-off before proceeding down that path though
  12. Unbalance is just a UI for rsync, so if you configure your rsync flags to preserve hard links, then yes. It looks to be that -H does this in rsync https://linux.die.net/man/1/rsync
  13. I have three disks + parity and set Unbalance to move about 300GB of files from Disk 1 to Disk 3. I confirmed that I ran the New Permissions script immediately before executing, and I received no permissions warnings when running Plan in Unbalance I have my rsync settings at the default, which seems to just populate the field with -X. I confirmed that during execution it uses rsync -avPR -X "source" "dest" so I think this is set up as intended I have a share called Files that pulls from both disks. Disk 2 is untouched unmodified in this proce
  14. Darn, that's a shame to hear, but THANK YOU for providing it and keeping it up to date and working this long! It's very much appreciated. I just saw the update making 6.8.9 the max version. I still find this really helps when compared to the Active Streams plugin because it lists working directories held open by various SSH sessions, so I can easily track those down and finish what I'm doing when the server is failing to unmount user shares. What's the difficulty in porting this to 6.9? I may be interested in taking over maintenance if you're no longer able, and background o
  15. I just released another update to the plugin, and the current version is now 2020.10.04. This update adds a Settings page where the SMART standby validation can be disabled. This is for people such as @Ak1rA who want the temperatures to always report, even if it means waking disks from standby. The update also adds a set of memory metric outputs to SNMP. NET-SNMP-EXTEND-MIB::nsExtendOutLine."meminfo".1 = STRING: MemTotal: 25278668800 NET-SNMP-EXTEND-MIB::nsExtendOutLine."meminfo".2 = STRING: MemFree: 230752256 NET-SNMP-EXTEND-MIB::nsExtendOutLine."meminfo".3 = STRING: MemAvail