I am one other person going round this merry-go spherical once more. I bought a Synology NAS DS718+, put in Plex and Docker (calibre-web-server), and have discovered the NAS isn’t sleeping.
After Synology’s personal recommendation for Hibernation points, I finished Plex & Docker packages, and unplugged the community cable.
This (i.e. unplugging it) solved the problem, indicating it was one thing on the community. Going by way of the Unofficial guidelines I;
- Disabled DHCP and statically assigned it a neighborhood IPv4 deal with
- Disabled IPv6 fully
- Disabled UPnP on the router
- Disabled QuickConnect and NAME.synology.me DDNS entry, on the NAS and blocked the Ports forwarded on the router
- Modified the Workgroup title
- Turned off Home windows Service Discovery (there are not any home windows gadgets on the community nevertheless)
None of this labored; nevertheless, I famous that typically the NAS would hibernate – nevertheless it appeared solely in a single day (perhaps as a result of the community is quieter, i.e. all the opposite networked gadgets on the LAN usually are not in use?).
So I then:
- Disabled all file providers included SMB, AFP, SSH, FTP.
This appeared to successfully remedy the problem. Nonetheless, after I turned SMB again on the problem resumed.
I used WireShark and located that it was sending out broadcasts each 5 minutes. I ponder if that is a part of the explanation – and need to know why it’s occurring – and the way I can cease it?
When you look within the display screen seize, you will see that this seems to be no matter the truth that no system is responding to them, and that it’s each 5 minutes commonly.
What’s inflicting this behaviour – what avenues can I look all the way down to rectify this – and is that this probably one of many causes it won’t hibernate?
If there’s any additional data I can provide, or any additional steps I can take to isolate the reason for fixed HDD exercise, please do not hesitate to throw them on the market with the reply!
Many thanks upfront