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  1. I just ordered my Ellipse Pro, did you get it working with unRaid?
  2. I tried a couple of USB 3.0 drives and got an error on everyone of them, finnaly I tried a random USB 2.0 I had laying around and it worked on the first time. So maybe if you're using USB 3.0, switch to USB 2.0
  3. I was finnaly able to use another USB, USB 2.0 this time. No errors this time!
  4. Hello all, I just upgraded my Unraid server to version 6.9.2 from 6.9.0. After a reboot I was greeted with a kernel panic: kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0) After flashing and testing another flash drive, I got the same message. I then flashed version 6.9.0 back on to the previous flash drive and everything is now working again. I am yet to run memtest, doing that when I go to bed in a couple of hours and leave it overnight, but I do have ECC memory so isn't that supposed to self-correct errors? As I don't really have the money to buy a new server, I want to keep this *** running for as long as I can. So if it means not upgrading, so be it. Attached is a screenshot of the kernel panic.
  5. Wow never saw that on a new drive. Asked the vendor for RMA. Currently in the process of copying everything to another drive. Thanks so much!
  6. So I recently bought a Dell PowerEdge R510 with 12 drive bays. The controller is a PERC H310 flashed in IT mode. I plan to populate all 12 bays with 6 TB SATA drives. Right now there is 1 (NEW) 6TB drive already in there (parity drive is on its way), but there are already disk errors present. When I do a SMART self test, short or extended, it fails after 10% with error "Errors occurred - Check SMART report". I'm still learning all this and I don't really understand what the report is saying. I've already replaced the H310 with another I bought (also in IT mode), but no dice. Is it really the drive? cerberus-smart-20201004-1456.zip