That comment wasn’t meant to offend you guys. I know people here have no affiliation with the company.
It was more for the off chance a real WD rep was bored and reading community issues. Yea right…
Anyway, back on topic. I found the RAC’s script that keeps tracks of what files are modified on the MyCloud. With this I can finally see which files may be the culprint.
In the meantime, I will be relocated ALL the log files onto a USB so when it runs low on its RAMDISK, it’ll rotate ontop USB instead of waking up. After a trial run, I am actually planning to send all log files to /dev/null since I never plan on reading them.
As for anything I find after that, I hope I find a work around to achieve a permanent sleep. Any progress made so far is greatly appreciated. I remember monitorIO tweaks, drive remount parameters, and disabling unnecessary services. Anything else found out since then?