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  1. yes, hdparm but this doesnt seem to work unless there's another way? Looks like I'm stuck with 15 minutes! Seems a step backwards IMO, was easy using hdparm to set disk spin down time.
  2. OK, so 15 mins is the minimum then? I have a few external drives that are quite noisy and want them to spin down in 5 mins not 15. Possible?
  3. My disks are using UNRAID default spin down delay of 15mins and not the delay that i've set using UD script. My script looks like this... esac sudo hdparm -S10 $DEVICE This used to work in the older version of UNRAID and UD plugin but now it's not.
  4. OK, turns out that Tunable (poll_attributes): is the culprit. When it polls the drives for SMART data it wakes up my Seagate. Any ideas how I can stop it doing this whilst monitoring the other drives?
  5. Does anyone know what the issue might be please?
  6. For those that are interested, I have found an article here that describes how to set up usb hot plug. https://www.labsrc.com/unraid-automatic-usb-hotplugging-libvirt/#comments I havent tested it myself but ideally it would be nice to see an expansion of this plugin to enable auto hot plug without having to use the UNRAID GUI.
  7. https://www.linux.com/topic/desktop/advanced-lm-sensors-tips-and-tricks-linux-0/ Take a look at that, should help.
  8. try 6.9rc2 - newer linux kernel supports more mobo's
  9. please post modprobe nct6775, sensors-detect and sensors output
  10. I downloaded the plugin then set up a script like this... with the script contents #!/bin/bash modprobe -r nct6683 modprobe nct6683 force=1
  11. Anyone with issues loading their sensor module and/or missing sensors for their motherboard, please read.... I have a Z490 Asrock ITX/TB3 board and have been battling for months trying to get the sensors to display in systemp plugin. I have finally found a way to do it for the NCT6683 sensor chip. I created a user script using the excellent plugin that contains the following at array startup- modprobe -r nct6683 modprobe nct6683 force=1 The 1st line unloads the module. The 2nd line loads the module using the 'force' option.
  12. I'm getting permission denied in autofan plugin.... Any ideas why? The plugin is detecting my sensor chip nct6683 OK. <br /><b>Warning</b>: file_get_contents(/sys/devices/platform/nct6683.2592/hwmon/hwmon3/pwm1_enable): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in <b>/usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.system.autofan/include/SystemFan.php</b> on line <b>40</b><br /><br /><b>Warning</b>: file_put_contents(/sys/devices/platform/nct6683.2592/hwmon/hwmon3/pwm1_enable): failed to open stream: Permission denied in &
  13. Tried it just now. GPU not bound to VFIO - Fans still spinning after rebooting unraid with nvidia plugin installed. Powered on VM, fans stop spinning. Power off the VM, fans stay stopped - which is better than before the plugin was installed.