as soon as I install Transmission (with the Feature Packs Manager), my Mybook (White Light) doesn't go to standby anymore. When I deinstall it, all works as expected.
I'm no Linux expert, is this expected behaviour or can I avoid this somehow, as it is a pain in the ass to install it everytime when I want to D/L something.
Also I want to install Pyload, are I to expect some similar phenomenon?
Thanks for any help/input.
if you schedule the Post process script as "MAnual" instead of 10minutes, the standby should be working again…
Yes… i just noticed this too last night… NAS does not go in to standy by (complete silence mode) when transmission-daemon is running.
Of course it's OK when something downloading or uploading, but this happens also in idle when there is no even torrents added.
So i run 'netstat' and discovered that as soon as transmiison-daemon is started it's establish permanent UDP conncetion with my router.
Further check with 'lsof -i udp:PORT' , where port is taken from 'netstat' confirms this.
Any suggestion what to do? (how to stop sending that UDP packet and why it's even doing so?)
Becouse this is quite ridicilous.. i want complete silence mode in night when transmission-deamon is just idling.
I manage all my transmission downloads via webinterface. Maybe is it possible somehow to run it only 'on demand' ?
(like when I enter IP:port of webinterface only then daemon should start.)
This is just a theory, but it could be chatter from the internet connecting to your router and being forwarded to you NAS.
and see if transmission is listening on the same port number as the lsof is showing. If they match then try to close off your port forwarding on the router and see if it can go into standby.