If I set my NAS to shutdown, say between 11pm and 6am and then set the backup schedule to 2am to a connected USB HD, am I correct in assuming that the backup will wake the NAS; create the backup and then shutdown again?
|Power Consumption||17.23 W (Typical)|
5.4 W (Standby)
Blimey I forgot about that!I recall a park command was required before shutting down the HD
Which is annoying. I can see why it may not perform the backup though, but it should be able to determine whether it is safe or not:Just to correct an error above. While the NAS restarted at 6:00 am, via schedule set in the Control Panel/ Hardware & Power, it did not perform the 3 am backup that had been scheduled, but missed.
no one inform me about my mistake in the calculation. It was my typewriting errorSaving a power:
100W per hour = 1Wh z 24h =24Wh x365d =8.76kWh yearly
how much did you pay for 1kWh?
for me 1.3€
but 100W is related to my 8bay fully loaded by HDD and under full performed resources.
Then you will save max. 29% (7h from 24h)
Think about it