WOW thanks for the in-depth reply @mad_ady!
I am glad to hear that everything is as should be concerning the standby bootup! However if I standby shutdown (by remote control) it seems that the device ejects both my discs however when I turn it back on everything is still "OK" and both disc's libraries are still detected (if I dont turn off the enclosure that is and keep the HDDs running the whole time).
Now for my question:
Are those ejections "safe" or is the WD console just hard
shutting down and disregarding the drives connected to it when it goes on standy
? The reason I ask is because both my discs make the sound as if they were disconnected. When I boot it back up from the remote control they make the sound of turning themselves back on as if the usb was just plugged back in.
If the remote control bootup/shutdown a.k.a. " standby" reset is safe why is it ejecting the drives in the first place? The term standby
itself would suggest that the drives are always connected but I am afraid that they are not being ejected/reconnected properly. I have suffered hard drive failures in the past due to bad ejections and I am just concerned regarding this very specific issue. So if it is 100% safe, why is there the eject function? Would it be in case you need to shutdown the enclosure/hard drive(s)?
Secondly, in all honesty, I am very skeptical towards adding/adjusting my own code so I rather just stick to the firmware provided not to take any risks. However, I've done the test you suggested and I have upgraded back to 0.5.1.1 without a drive connected and the device would still not restart under "plugins". In the end, I have downgraded to 0.4.7.3 for good until the next one comes out I guess...
Ill be anticipating your reply concerning the standby reset!
Once again, thanks a bunch for your greatly valued help!!