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  1. I've reviewed this thread, and there's nothing per se that warrants any further moderation / comments on this plugin AT THIS TIME. The error message on the screen during boot is a minor display aberration and completely harmless Array Not able to Stop -> this is a big deal, but a single instance reported doesn't justify any action being taken. Server not turning off displaying "Turning Off Swap". While uninstalling the plugin may have fixed the issue for you, it is hard to properly diagnose this as I also have a server which doesn't run any VMs and also
  2. Now deprecating this plugin if the user is running 6.7.0+
  3. It still mostly works, hence why it's still available within CA. But, there are already notes on it within CA suggesting to instead use Disk Location which is actively maintained.
  4. No. It's just not currently available within the Apps tab due to a technical problem with the template for the plugin.
  5. Yeah, there is a comment within Apps regarding that. If the plugin wasn't still functional in other respects, it would have been blacklisted from Apps completely. But, IMHO background checking of the files is a very important aspect of the plugin and this should be fixed asap.
  6. Because of the monster nature of this particular thread, it's rather hard to gather what exactly is happening. Is it fair to say that Dynamix S3 Sleep is for all intents and purposes non-functional (and has been since 2018)? In looking through the code change that was posted earlier, it would appear that the routine that is determining whether or not the drive(s) are idle is completely broken? Right / Wrong? Is there still a usage case for this plugin putting your server to sleep even if the drive(s) are still active?
  7. This^^^ because the feedback from SMART would be an overlap from the built-in SMART monitoring unless the plugin is doing something else. The amount of writes varies quite wildly. If I set up the plugin with all my drives (24), if they are all spinning, then there is ~300 writes per hour (2.6M / year) according to the dashboard. If they're all spun down, that drops to ~20/hr (under my test it would have been ~64,000 over the 9 days)
  8. Hey @olehj What exactly is being written to the SQLite db every hour? Considering that the db is being stored on the flash drive, is it really necessary to update it every hour if nothing changes in the setup of the server?
  9. Just going to add a moderator comment to this advising people to not upgrade any installed versions. I'll try and watch this thread for when this is resolved.
  10. Just an FYI, CA's application feed is getting stricter on plugins. The template for CA for this plugin references one URL which does not match the URL referenced within the plugin itself. This is a security issue because if / when the plugin updates, effectively a different plugin winds up getting installed from the one CA has listed (even though in this case they are identical, but due to the differing URLs they effectively are different plugins). Because of this the application feed is automatically blacklisting Corsair PSU until either the template or th
  11. @dorgan, why not mirror the vnstat package in your own git repository, so you're not dependent upon whether it's present or not (or updated) in the slack repo.
  12. Polite little bump - I'm sure you just forgot about this. # Generated file integrity check schedule: 10 0 * * * /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.file.integrity/integrity-check.sh &> /dev/null