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  1. I am not familiar with aria2 but im having issues with sonarr passing to rutorrent when encrypted. I hear aria2 can fix the magnet links so it will work. Its even going to be added to sonarr eventually. Will this docker be able to monitor my rutorrent docker and fix the magnet links? And if so can someone point me to how to do this? Sorry if this is the wrong place to ask.
  2. Again I think something is whacky , another 4tb sas drive is doing the background scan thing and spins down just fine ... same model, same firmware, same settings... wtf
  3. nevermind i downloaded the smart report and its running a background smart scan. i didnt trigger it, is that normal when adding new drive? or is it just a disk timer that says now is the time?
  4. i know its “sas” and unraid doesnt spin down sas. But i just put in an identical 4tb drive with same firmware as my others and unraid will spin down the others but not this one. is it possible these m1015 controllers get weird with both ports connected? or maybe its the disk settings themselves in the pa page. lillis.69.mu-diagnostics-20190915-1413.zip
  5. I can’t monitor so how do you know when done? Also I couldn’t tell it was going so I started mover twice...
  6. BEnson found it in the diag from earlier i posted Sep 8 15:00:43 lillis emhttpd: cmd: /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/user.scripts/startScript.sh /tmp/user.scripts/tmpScripts/IDLE SAS/script Sep 8 15:04:52 lillis kernel: mdcmd (55): ? Sep 8 15:05:23 lillis kernel: mdcmd (56): spindown 0
  7. Do you think me manually spinning down the drive could have caused it? Is there anytime only parity would be active legitimately? I only spun it down when all other members were spun down.
  8. Does anything in here jump out to you? It says it healthy in the smart column on the main dashboard. But it still is disabled. I think i will swap out the drive now. But its "new" from ebay. I can see by the smart report that the reseller just pulled it from something and resold it . smartctl 7.0 2018-12-30 r4883 [x86_64-linux-4.19.56-Unraid] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-18, Bruce Allen, Christian Franke, www.smartmontools.org === START OF INFORMATION SECTION === Vendor: SEAGATE Product: ST6000NM0285 Revision: EF02 Compliance: SPC-4 User Capacity: 6,001,175,126,016 bytes [6.00 TB] Logical block size: 512 bytes Physical block size: 4096 bytes LU is fully provisioned Rotation Rate: 7200 rpm Form Factor: 3.5 inches Logical Unit id: 0x5000c5008696d16b Serial number: ZAD0Q1E70000C721BAUY Device type: disk Transport protocol: SAS (SPL-3) Local Time is: Tue Sep 10 15:00:10 2019 EDT SMART support is: Available - device has SMART capability. SMART support is: Enabled Temperature Warning: Enabled Read Cache is: Enabled Writeback Cache is: Enabled === START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION === SMART Health Status: OK Grown defects during certification <not available> Total blocks reassigned during format <not available> Total new blocks reassigned <not available> Power on minutes since format <not available> Current Drive Temperature: 28 C Drive Trip Temperature: 60 C Manufactured in week 07 of year 2017 Specified cycle count over device lifetime: 10000 Accumulated start-stop cycles: 715 Specified load-unload count over device lifetime: 300000 Accumulated load-unload cycles: 1679 Elements in grown defect list: 0 Vendor (Seagate Cache) information Blocks sent to initiator = 2973709184 Blocks received from initiator = 2118791472 Blocks read from cache and sent to initiator = 48672929 Number of read and write commands whose size <= segment size = 271022 Number of read and write commands whose size > segment size = 30068 Vendor (Seagate/Hitachi) factory information number of hours powered up = 664.45 number of minutes until next internal SMART test = 12 Error counter log: Errors Corrected by Total Correction Gigabytes Total ECC rereads/ errors algorithm processed uncorrected fast | delayed rewrites corrected invocations [10^9 bytes] errors read: 3967346996 0 0 3967346996 0 8119.609 0 write: 0 0 0 0 0 12080.227 0 Non-medium error count: 0 SMART Self-test log Num Test Status segment LifeTime LBA_first_err [SK ASC ASQ] Description number (hours) # 1 Background long Completed - 648 - [- - -] # 2 Background short Completed - 529 - [- - -] # 3 Background long Completed - 503 - [- - -] # 4 Background short Completed - 493 - [- - -] # 5 Background short Aborted (by user command) - 460 - [- - -] Long (extended) Self-test duration: 28041 seconds [467.4 minutes] Background scan results log Status: no scans active Accumulated power on time, hours:minutes 664:27 [39867 minutes] Number of background scans performed: 0, scan progress: 0.00% Number of background medium scans performed: 0 Protocol Specific port log page for SAS SSP relative target port id = 1 generation code = 0 number of phys = 1 phy identifier = 0 attached device type: SAS or SATA device attached reason: unknown reason: unknown negotiated logical link rate: phy enabled; 6 Gbps attached initiator port: ssp=1 stp=1 smp=1 attached target port: ssp=0 stp=0 smp=0 SAS address = 0x5000c5008696d169 attached SAS address = 0x500605b0094e6eb2 attached phy identifier = 6 Invalid DWORD count = 8 Running disparity error count = 8 Loss of DWORD synchronization = 21 Phy reset problem = 0 Phy event descriptors: Invalid word count: 8 Running disparity error count: 8 Loss of dword synchronization count: 21 Phy reset problem count: 0 relative target port id = 2 generation code = 0 number of phys = 1 phy identifier = 1 attached device type: no device attached attached reason: unknown reason: unknown negotiated logical link rate: phy enabled; unknown attached initiator port: ssp=0 stp=0 smp=0 attached target port: ssp=0 stp=0 smp=0 SAS address = 0x5000c5008696d16a attached SAS address = 0x0 attached phy identifier = 0 Invalid DWORD count = 0 Running disparity error count = 0 Loss of DWORD synchronization = 0 Phy reset problem = 0 Phy event descriptors: Invalid word count: 0 Running disparity error count: 0 Loss of dword synchronization count: 0 Phy reset problem count: 0
  9. it is disabled i only run it manually, trying to figure it out still. The mdcmd spindown 0 was me manually doing it in cli to see if the sas drive responded. Surprisingly it did.
  10. I ran an extended smart test but how do you see results? It says completed in the download report but not much else. I’ll try swapping the disk tomorrow to rule out cables.
  11. When you say try again do you mean rebuild parity ? I reseated everything and made sure cable was tight. Do I need to remove and re add it again for a whole new rebuild ?
  12. it rebuilt and everything seemed fine then it disabled again. attaching recent before reboot lillis.69.mu-diagnostics-20190909-1403.zip
  13. stopped array set no device for parity started array stopped array set back parity started array and its rebuilding... hopefully there isnt anything more serious wrong. im wondering if it was the manual sdparm spin down i did before shutting down array. sure hope they figure out sas spin down. if someone wants to check diagnostic and can explain to me why parity was disabled that would be helpful.
  14. On latest unraid 6.7.2 and just moved hardware to upgrade. everything came up great except parity which is disabled. any ideas why? attaching diagnostics lillis.69.mu-diagnostics-20190908-0018.zip
  15. So it is the spin down attempt that is triggering that error nothing else? I don't get why all my other SAS disks spin down fine. I think it is firmware. And i thought SAS was supported now based on the RC of 6.7.0
  16. I recently added a new SAS 6tb parity drive that refuses to spin down unless i manually use sg_start --stop command on it. I am also getting a ton of these errors in syslog. I am working on a script to spin down the drive but cannot figure out a way to determine its inactive. Here is the errors are they just confirming HDPARM cannot spin down the drive? Sep 5 04:40:01 lillis kernel: mdcmd (161166): spindown 0 Sep 5 04:40:01 lillis kernel: md: do_drive_cmd: disk0: ATA_OP e0 ioctl error: -5 Sep 5 04:40:01 lillis emhttpd: error: mdcmd, 2640: Input/output error (5): write Sep 5 04:40:02 lillis kernel: mdcmd (161167): spindown 0 Sep 5 04:40:02 lillis kernel: md: do_drive_cmd: disk0: ATA_OP e0 ioctl error: -5 Sep 5 04:40:02 lillis emhttpd: error: mdcmd, 2640: Input/output error (5): write Sep 5 04:40:03 lillis emhttpd: error: mdcmd, 2640: Input/output error (5): write Sep 5 04:40:03 lillis kernel: mdcmd (161168): spindown 0 Sep 5 04:40:03 lillis kernel: md: do_drive_cmd: disk0: ATA_OP e0 ioctl error: -5 Sep 5 04:40:04 lillis kernel: mdcmd (161169): spindown 0 Sep 5 04:40:04 lillis emhttpd: error: mdcmd, 2640: Input/output error (5): write Sep 5 04:40:04 lillis kernel: md: do_drive_cmd: disk0: ATA_OP e0 ioctl error: -5 Sep 5 04:40:05 lillis kernel: mdcmd (161170): spindown 0 Sep 5 04:40:05 lillis kernel: md: do_drive_cmd: disk0: ATA_OP e0 ioctl error: -5 Sep 5 04:40:05 lillis emhttpd: error: mdcmd, 2640: Input/output error (5): write Sep 5 04:40:06 lillis kernel: mdcmd (161171): spindown 0 Sep 5 04:40:06 lillis kernel: md: do_drive_cmd: disk0: ATA_OP e0 ioctl error: -5 Sep 5 04:40:06 lillis emhttpd: error: mdcmd, 2640: Input/output error (5): write Sep 5 04:40:07 lillis kernel: mdcmd (161172): spindown 0 Sep 5 04:40:07 lillis emhttpd: error: mdcmd, 2640: Input/output error (5): write Sep 5 04:40:07 lillis kernel: md: do_drive_cmd: disk0: ATA_OP e0 ioctl error: -5 Sep 5 04:40:08 lillis kernel: mdcmd (161173): spindown 0 Sep 5 04:40:08 lillis emhttpd: error: mdcmd, 2640: Input/output error (5): write Sep 5 04:40:08 lillis kernel: md: do_drive_cmd: disk0: ATA_OP e0 ioctl error: -5 Sep 5 04:40:09 lillis kernel: mdcmd (161174): spindown 0 I am on 6.7.2
  17. this actually might not work because once the condition passes for awhile it goes back to no additional sense information
  18. Having issues with one newer 6tb sas seagate drive spinning down. I am on 6.7.2. I sent this as a PM as well If you still need feedback for sas spindown i have more information. sg_requests -s -v /dev/sde will give a result you can work with. Additional sense: Standby condition activated by timer It will have conditions based on what PO options are turned on for the drive. You can turn on IDLE, IDLE_B, IDLE_C, and Standby. (explained PO here https://www.seagate.com/files/docs/pdf/en-GB/whitepaper/tp608-powerchoice-tech-provides-gb.pdf) I am going to use this info to create a script that uses sg_start --stop /dev/sd? to spindown drives when timer is triggered. My older SAS drives work with UNRAID natively but the newer ones dont seem to respond to hdparm or whatever unraid is using to spindown.
  19. that method didnt work it appears only sg utils will spin down this disk. or parity is sending "in use flag?"
  20. Hopefully it wont mess with anything else but I see that he is working with sdparm in upcoming releases. gonna try this to manually set the standby spin down for now will update if it works https://zackreed.me/spindown-sas-disks/
  21. Ok I found I can spin down the disk with this command sg_start —stop /dev/sde im wondering if there is an APM setting I need to change. Unfortunately hdparam doesn’t seem to work and I’m not real familiar with sg tools
  22. I’m wondering if it’s a controller issue. From the wiki it even says it supports sas spin down on my controller but only mentions 3tb drives This cards are rebranded LSI 9240-8i cards. They can be cross-flashed with the 9211-8i firmware. IBM ServeRAID M1015 Intel RS2WC080 Dell Perc H310 dedicated instructions will be included in the wiki later on Dell Perc H200 dedicated instructions will be included in the wiki later on Lenovo RAID 500 dedicated instructions will be included in the wiki later on 20.10.1-0037 (APP-2.120.54-1235) / 15-APR-11 Only iMR mode available. LSI MegaRAID SAS2008 Controller.zip - 5.32 MB (Windows) Linux Driver: megaraid_sas - supports the LSI SAS1078, SAS1078 GEN2, SAS1079 GEN2, SAS0073 and SAS0071 chipsets. Though is is an old version indeed. (Thanks to "BRiT"s prior post) unRAID Support: Driver not included at this point. Drive Spin Down support: YES (UPDATE: Added as of 5.0Beta7) Drive Temp Readings: YES 3TB Drive Support with this card: YES (UPDATE: 5.0Beta7 added 3TB Drive support) Update: Convert your LSI MegaRAID controller card with LSI SAS2008 chipset to a Plain SAS2008 controller card (IT or IR mode), will look and feel like a LSI SAS9211-8i, and will be ready to use with unRAID (BIG THANKS to KKM for creating the empty.bin, so you dont need to have to worry about which sbr to obtain and use.) IBM ServeRAID M1015 (tested successfully) Intel RS2WC080 (tested successfully) LSI MegaRAID to SAS2008(P10).zip - 6.38 MB (DOS, via bootable usb key) LSI MegaRAID to SAS2008(P11).zip - 5.87 MB (DOS, via bootable usb key) LSI MegaRAID to SAS2008(P20).zip - 4.1 MB (FREEDOS, via bootable usb key) Please read the __READMEFIRST.txt file so you are clear as to all the steps and why it is important not to skip any steps. Converting it follows all details in the post above for the LSI SAS2008 chipset (firmware release, support, etc.)
  23. Yes I just had to upgrade the firmware on them. ST33000650SS - 3tb ST4000NM0023 - 4tb both work fine with “0005” firmware ST6000NM0285 - 6tb is not spinning down and I can’t find any other firmware than the ”ef02” that came on it.
  24. Ok I’ll just let er rebuild. Thanks!
  25. I have 8 seagate sas 3 and 4 tb drives that spin down fine on 005 firmware. Is there a parameter I can check to see if it’s set right? Using m1015 in it mode