Paul S.

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  1. OK, I found a solution to the problem. First set the default disk temperature warning values to what you want it to be for SSD drives (I use 70C and 90C). Next go to each individual non-SSD drive from the main menu and override the default temperature setting to a value suitable for a HDD drive (I use 48C and 55C). In this manner, the SSD drives have the default value for disk temperature warnings while the HDD drives have a different, custom value. Maybe you are not allowed to override the default value with a higher value Should this issue be marked resolved? I ca
  2. My setting was already set to Celsius. I tried switching it to Fahrenheit and back to Celsius with no effect
  3. My setting was already set to Celsius. I tried switching it to Fahrenheit and back to Celsius with no effect
  4. I'm using chrome. I tried Microsoft Edge with the same results, but that's just chrome anyways. BTW, I'm running version 6.9.0 of unRAID (trial license)
  5. I'm missing something here. I am trying to set up different disk temperature warning thresholds for my SSD cache drives. I have set default settings for the other disks in the "Disk Settings" under the Settings tab but every time I try to set a new value for the SSD drives in the Cache Settings on the Main tab, the default settings override what I type. How do I set a different value for the SSD cache drives? Note: the same thing happens when I try to set a different value for the disk temperature warning threshold for the unassigned devices