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Powering off 3.5 I drive with r64
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Hi so currently I have my Rock64 running as a NAS with a single 3.5 inch drive that’s in a external enclosure powered  by its own supply.  I was wondering if any of you guys have an idea for how I could make the hard drive power off with the R64 encase of my UPS running low in power loss. Or if I ever shut off the R64 via the button or software I’d want it to shut off the drive. I’m thinking of some how using an ATX supply.
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(07-10-2018, 04:03 PM)Jxck Wrote: Hi so currently I have my Rock64 running as a NAS with a single 3.5 inch drive that’s in a external enclosure powered  by its own supply.  I was wondering if any of you guys have an idea for how I could make the hard drive power off with the R64 encase of my UPS running low in power loss. Or if I ever shut off the R64 via the button or software I’d want it to shut off the drive. I’m thinking of some how using an ATX supply.


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https://askubuntu.com/questions/39760/ho...-down-time
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