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PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2008 2:31 pm 
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Just curious thanks for the info.



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My GP drives run at 38 C and my seagates run at 43 C while balancing. A lot will depend on ambient temperature but you will normally see a 5-7 degree C difference in WD and Seagate.

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My WD is currently at 29C and my Seagate drives are both at 36C. System is at 30C and CPU at 26C. Fans at 50% speed.

These are different from earlier reports I have posted on the subject as I have the F-Secure Virus and Spy Protection running in real-time mode. This tends to load the CPU to 50%+ about half the time (as well as utilizing the disks). At the moment I read the temperatures F-Secure was not active and the MSS was (slowly) cooling down. (This constant cycling of F-Secure is evidently a problem. I am collecting data on it for the F-Secure team.)

Without F-Secure the drives run about 5C cooler.

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Currently my disk temps are as follows

WD 1000YFPS - 34C
WD 1000YFPS - 33C
WD 1000YFPS - 33C
Hitachi HDT 500Gb system - 38C

System 36C
CPU 33C (LE1640)

Both fans are aprox 1400rmp. Storage is balanced


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Mine are slightly lower :

WD 1000EACS - 30C
WD 1000EACS - 29C
WD 1000EACS - 28C
WD 1000EACS - 29C

System 30C
CPU 29C (LE1640)

Both fans are aprox 1400rmp. Storage is balanced


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How are you guys seeing the temperatures of the drives in the MSS?
When I look at the Hardware Stats page all I see is system & CPU temps.
Am I missing something here?


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The temperatures are listed in an addin called drive labeler.

http://www.mediasmarthome.com/download/ ... er-1.0.0.5


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Deaky wrote:
Currently my disk temps are as follows

WD 1000YFPS - 34C
WD 1000YFPS - 33C
WD 1000YFPS - 33C
Hitachi HDT 500Gb system - 38C

System 36C
CPU 33C (LE1640)

Both fans are aprox 1400rmp. Storage is balanced


EXACTLY what kind of Western Digital Drives are those?
I find NO references to those model numbers anywhere ? ? ? ? ?

The main model number for the 1TB Drive most of us are using is . . .
Model: WD10EACS


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You mentioned that the temps can be viewed with the Drive Labler Add-in 1.00.5.
I have that add-in but Im not sure exactly where to go...I looked under the tab SERVER SOTRAGE where it shows the bay # etc but no temps

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Greg H wrote:
EXACTLY what kind of Western Digital Drives are those?
I find NO references to those model numbers anywhere ? ? ? ? ?

The main model number for the 1TB Drive most of us are using is . . .
Model: WD10EACS


The EXACT :roll: model number is WD1000FYPS-01ZKB0.
Hereis a refrence to the model number on Western Digitals site

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You mentioned that the temps can be viewed with the Drive Labler Add-in 1.00.5.
I have that add-in but Im not sure exactly where to go...I looked under the tab SERVER SOTRAGE where it shows the bay # etc but no temps


You need to be on the tab called Disk Management. There is a column called Temp. If you see n/a then there is a cog on the RHS of the screen to 'enable real time temperature and performance monitoring'


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Deaky wrote:
Greg H wrote:
EXACTLY what kind of Western Digital Drives are those?
I find NO references to those model numbers anywhere ? ? ? ? ?

The main model number for the 1TB Drive most of us are using is . . .
Model: WD10EACS


The EXACT :roll: model number is WD1000FYPS-01ZKB0.
Hereis a refrence to the model number on Western Digitals site

JesD wrote:
You mentioned that the temps can be viewed with the Drive Labler Add-in 1.00.5.
I have that add-in but Im not sure exactly where to go...I looked under the tab SERVER SOTRAGE where it shows the bay # etc but no temps


You need to be on the tab called Disk Management. There is a column called Temp. If you see n/a then there is a cog on the RHS of the screen to 'enable real time temperature and performance monitoring'


Ok, those are the RE2 Drives the TLER.....WHS/MSS were having issues with those . . . Several of us experienced problems with WD RE2 GP drives . . . . I assume you haven't??


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Deaky wrote:
The temperatures are listed in an addin called drive labeler.

http://www.mediasmarthome.com/download/ ... er-1.0.0.5

I believe that the disk temperatures come to us through the latest version of the DISK MANAGEMENT Add-In. Disk Labeler expands on the information in the Server Storage tab -- but does not add any temperature data.

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