Scheduled shutdown only if idle?

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Scheduled shutdown only if idle?

Unread post by Asperamanca » Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:06 pm

I use the power schedule to shut down and start up my DS218+ at certain times. I know that a backup schedule still running should prevent a shutdown.
How about a file operation running that has not been initiated from the NAS? Does the NAS still shut down even though a file transfer is currently running?

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Re: Scheduled shutdown only if idle?

Unread post by Asperamanca » Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:39 am

Seems I can (unintentionally) answer my own question:
I unticked the "Enabled" box for my shutdown schedule. Not seeing any "Apply" button, I didn't press any.
And the shutdown was dutifully executed while I had a copy operation running.

EDIT: This seems to be a bug, as the "Apply / Cancel" buttons are missing only on the Power Schedule tab. I'll report it.
Also, you cannot use the buttons from other tabs. If I change a setting on "Power schedule", then switch to "General" and press "Apply", I only get "No settings were changed".

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