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Hi,

I have problem wiht hibernation, the Emby server is waking up the nas from the hibernation.

 

I have Synology NAS DS218j with installed Emby server.

DLNA is off for both NAS and Emby.

 

 

Here is the Emby log

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And NAS log

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Hi there, are you sure this is the right log? It's pretty empty,not much activity here.

The second one is showing you the time of "internal trigger" this is the time when the NAS was woke up from hibernation. (compare with he NAS log)

During the day there was not much activity at home lan, but the Emby was running something.

11:42:32.203 Info TaskManager: IntervalTrigger fired for task: Send Download Notifications
2020-01-03 14:42:32.203 Info TaskManager: IntervalTrigger fired for task: Refresh Emby Connect Data
2020-01-03 14:42:32.203 Info TaskManager: IntervalTrigger fired for task: Send Download Notifications
2020-01-03 14:42:32.203 Info TaskManager: Executing Refresh Emby Connect Data
2020-01-03 14:42:32.203 Info TaskManager: Refresh Emby Connect Data Completed after 0 minute(s) and 0 seconds
2020-01-03 17:42:32.203 Info TaskManager: IntervalTrigger fired for task: Send Download Notifications 
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Luke, will you know what is "IntervalTrigger fired for task: Send Download Notifications" and what for is used? Is it used by some plugin or system itself?

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Why do you feel that's responsible?

Because when you compare the log of NAS and Emby at this time when disks where woke up this task was fired in Emby, so I think if we will be able to stop this task, or reschedule to run on start server only that could help with hibernation problem. 

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Did you try shutting down Emby Server and verify the NAS is able to stay hibernated for longer?

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Did you try shutting down Emby Server and verify the NAS is able to stay hibernated for longer?

Before I have installed the Emby, the NAS could be hibernated for whole day if I was not using it. All has changed after Emby installation.

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1jfeldman

This is interesting - so have you confirmed that logging is what keeps the disks from hibernating? Thanks!

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This is interesting - so have you confirmed that logging is what keeps the disks from hibernating? Thanks!

 

With the latest release there is nothing known to prevent the disks from hibernating.

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