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Python API for obtaining QNAP NAS system stats

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Library from obtaining system information from QNAP NAS devices.

Installation

This library requires xmltodict, so make sure you have that installed:

pip3 install xmltodict>=0.10.0

Then install this Python module:

pip3 install qnapstats

Usage Example

#!/usr/bin/env python3
from qnapstats import QNAPStats
from pprint import pprint

qnap = QNAPStats('192.168.1.3', 8080, 'admin', 'correcthorsebatterystaple')

pprint(qnap.get_system_stats())
pprint(qnap.get_system_health())
pprint(qnap.get_smart_disk_health())
pprint(qnap.get_volumes())
pprint(qnap.get_bandwidth())

Note: The user you connect with must be in the admin group.

Device Support

This library has been tested against the following devices and firmwares:

Model QTS Firmware Versions Notes
TS-110 4.2.4  
TS-410 4.2.3 This device does not report CPU temps
TS-451 4.2.2 - 4.2.4  
TS-453A 4.3.4  
TS-639 4.2.3  
TS-659 4.2.6 May report None for some disk temps

Other QNAP devices using these firmwares should probably work fine, as should the devices listed above on newer firmwares. If you encounter any compatibility issues, please let us know (or better yet, contribute a patch!)

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