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[EXTENSION] Extended GUI

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Re: [EXTENSION] Extended GUI

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Post by bgold » 30 Apr 2019 16:25

crest wrote:
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Hello bgold,
bgold wrote:
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Is there any chance of adding alarms for SSD life? Similar to the diskspace.

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Yes, can be done. Since the lifetime values are wide spread how the different vendors implemented in SMART it would be helpful to send me the whole SMART output of your SSDs.

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crest
Here you go and thanks
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Re: [EXTENSION] Extended GUI

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Post by crest » 04 May 2019 18:59

bgold wrote:
30 Apr 2019 16:25
crest wrote:
30 Apr 2019 08:45
Hello bgold,
bgold wrote:
29 Apr 2019 21:36
Is there any chance of adding alarms for SSD life? Similar to the diskspace.

Thanks
Yes, can be done. Since the lifetime values are wide spread how the different vendors implemented in SMART it would be helpful to send me the whole SMART output of your SSDs.

Regards
crest
Here you go and thanks
Thanks for sending the SMART values, pls be patient, will take some days for me to start again to work on the extension ;)

NAS1: 11.2.0.4 - Omnius (Revision 6625) x64-embedded; MSI 760GM-P23; AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 250 7.58GiB RAM
NAS2: 11.2.0.4 - Omnius (Revision 6536) x64-embedded; MSI MS-7369; AMD Sempron(tm) LE-1250 8022MiB RAM

UPS: APC Back-UPS ES 550G
Extensions: OneButtonInstaller, Extended GUI, NextOwnCloud, BitTorrent Sync, Syncthing, Downloady, Midnight Commander, NCDU, MySQL, Rclone

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Re: [EXTENSION] Extended GUI

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Post by doktornotor » 05 May 2019 10:27

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Thanks for sending the SMART values, pls be patient, will take some days for me to start again to work on the extension ;)
While this is being worked on... any chance to fix this glitch? Not sure where's the -518% coming from, but it's unwanted. :)
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Re: [EXTENSION] Extended GUI

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Post by crest » 05 May 2019 11:30

Sure, will take this also ...

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Re: [EXTENSION] Extended GUI

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Post by gomario » 17 May 2019 19:28

Extended GUI can not make sense of ZFS formated drives without partitions! It expects to see at least one partition (P1), otherwise it completely ignores the drives above the non partitioned drive (even if those drives do have partitions) and while it does display the non partition drive, it can't understand what is going on and shows nonsense. Anyone else observed this anomaly? And is there a way to fix the issue without formating (and manualy partitioning) the drive in question? I don't feel like resilvering the drive just because Extended GUI has an issue.
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Re: [EXTENSION] Extended GUI

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Post by bjs » 19 May 2019 23:59

I am also seeing some strange results in my Disk Space Usage Panel...

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bootpool is made up of ada0s1 and ada1s1 in a mirror vdev... zpool is made up of ada0s3 and ada1s3 also in a mirror vdev... ada0 and ada1 are HP M700 120G SSD's with a full RootOnZFS/MBR install... I would expect to see ada0 and ada1 listed for both similar to my storage pools (da0 and da1, da2 and da3, etc)...

Don't know if it's related, but shouldn't there be a green checkmark, there seems to be plenty of available space???

I can also send you the smart data for the HP M700 if you would like it as well...

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Re: [EXTENSION] Extended GUI

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Post by gomario » 22 May 2019 13:54

Ok, in my case it turned out to be a easy fix I merely had to synchronize the underlying XigmaNAS OS (BSD) with the GUI. All shows OK now
I suggest you try the same thing.

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Re: [EXTENSION] Extended GUI

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Post by crest » 23 May 2019 08:55

Hello bjs,
bjs wrote:
19 May 2019 23:59
I am also seeing some strange results in my Disk Space Usage Panel...
...
bootpool is made up of ada0s1 and ada1s1 in a mirror vdev... zpool is made up of ada0s3 and ada1s3 also in a mirror vdev... ada0 and ada1 are HP M700 120G SSD's with a full RootOnZFS/MBR install... I would expect to see ada0 and ada1 listed for both similar to my storage pools (da0 and da1, da2 and da3, etc)...
Pls try, as gomario already recommended, to synchronize the pools, should solve your issues too.

Don't know if it's related, but shouldn't there be a green checkmark, there seems to be plenty of available space???
At the moment the space check is not yet implemented for zroot but I'll do this for the next release of eGUI.

I can also send you the smart data for the HP M700 if you would like it as well...
Yes, please, would be helpful ... !

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crest

NAS1: 11.2.0.4 - Omnius (Revision 6625) x64-embedded; MSI 760GM-P23; AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 250 7.58GiB RAM
NAS2: 11.2.0.4 - Omnius (Revision 6536) x64-embedded; MSI MS-7369; AMD Sempron(tm) LE-1250 8022MiB RAM

UPS: APC Back-UPS ES 550G
Extensions: OneButtonInstaller, Extended GUI, NextOwnCloud, BitTorrent Sync, Syncthing, Downloady, Midnight Commander, NCDU, MySQL, Rclone

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