• Completed parity check not recognized after dirty shutdown


    CS01-HS
    • Annoyance
    1. Force a dirty shutdown and consequent parity check on startup
    2. Let parity check complete
    3. Stop array

     

    If you start the array you're forced to run a parity check because the completed run's not recognized.

     

    Reboot gets around it.



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    I thought the error might have been legitimate until I rebooted and it went away.

     

    Are the post-reboot diagnostics useful? If they are let me know and I'll upload them.

     

    EDIT: Looks like I changed the bug status. Sorry about that, not sure what I changed it from.

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    23 minutes ago, CS01-HS said:

    Are the post-reboot diagnostics useful?

    Syslog resets on reboot, and that is where we would look for evidence. Unless you also have Syslog Server setup to preserve syslogs

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    2 hours ago, trurl said:

    Syslog resets on reboot, and that is where we would look for evidence. Unless you also have Syslog Server setup to preserve syslogs

    I do. Diagnostics and saved syslog attached.

     

    Parity check

    starts: 06-11-2020 07:35

    finishes: 06-11-2020 21:01

     

    You'll notice a lot of BTRFS messages. What caused the dirty shutdown was a system freeze while running rebalance.

     

    syslog-10.0.1.50.log.zip nas-diagnostics-20201107-1753.zip

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