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Hard disk accesses although no external activity is present

Re: Hard disk accesses although no external activity is present

Postby Mondas » Thu Jun 10, 2021 9:14 pm

Well just to update this thread.

I have downloaded the ADM 4.0 beta from the official beta page.

It has been running for over 1 day and I was prepared for the worst but it has been so far absolutely solid and without problems.

The ONLY thing I have noticed is that so far there was no improvement on the chatter on my system disk, which is what this thread is about and why I was keen to test it!
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Re: Hard disk accesses although no external activity is present

Postby Delgado » Tue Jun 15, 2021 4:02 pm

Hello Mondas,
that's not good. Can you rule out the possible causes mentioned below?

1. Apps: If you have installed some Apps from App Central: Boxee, XBMC, Plex, UPnP server, Itune server, Dropbox, Owncloud, Surveillance Center etc.. Those apps might scan or sync the files/content in the background all the time or regularly.
2. Download Center: It will keep downloading files from the internet, so keep accessing the hard disks.
3. Windows Services: Join ActiveDirectory(AD), Enable Local Master browser
4. Client PC/MAC mapped the shared folders.
5. Utilities: ASUSTOR Control Center, Backup Plan, Download Assistant. The utilities might keep checking the existence of the NAS and involve with i/o HDD activities.


If this is not fixed in the official ADM 4.0, then I will submit a ticket to Asustor Support again. Do that too, the more the better.
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