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  1. Thank you for the reply. I misunderstood what the "work window" was and suspect this was causing most of my problems. I'll test again when I have a moment but suspect this will resolve my issue. The "do not query if the disk is spun down" is a tricky one for sure. I have 24 HDD's attached & the data on most doesn't get accessed more than once or twice a week. For me, keeping these drives in standby vs. spinning 24x7 saves a noticeable amount of electricity. Would an option to only query SMART stats when the disk is transferring data be a method to accomplish this? It appears Sca
  2. I understand that this would update only 12 hours. As I mentioned, I did turn off the Smart throttling while formatting & scanning some new drives but the UI still does not update the temperatures. Restarting the Stablebit Scanner Service does allow the UI show new temp data so I would assume it's being captured in the background. Any thoughts on why the UI wouldn't display the updated temp info unless the service is restarted? Is the temp info being captured every minute real info or is Scanner making that up to fill in the gaps? I really wish the "Only query during the work wi
  3. I typically keep the SMART throttle to 720 minutes otherwise it wakes my drives frequently, even with the "Do not query if the disk has spun down" option selected, I did turn off the Smart throttling while formatting & scanning some new drives but the UI still does not update the temperatures. As I mentioned, restarting the Stablebit Scanner Service does allow the UI show new temp data so I would assume it's being captured in the background.
  4. Hello, I'm using scanner v2.5.1.3062 on Windows Server 2012r2 and I don't appear to have up to date temperature for my drives. If I view the SMART Details screen for a drive, the last temperature sample will be anywhere from 2 to 15 hours old. The slider where you can adjust what is displayed in the temperature graph is all the way to the right and samples are set to be taken every minute. The temperature displayed in the main scanner window matches the last sample but also does not appear to be up to date. What caused me to notice this is that running a surface scan on the drive cause
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