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  1. Hello! I have an older drive installed which had quite often UDMA CRC errors. The drive works okay so far. A few days ago I noticed the following in the syslog. Should I replace the drive? Jun 3 14:07:50 Tower kernel: blk_update_request: I/O error, dev sdt, sector 3907029152 op 0x0:(READ) flags 0x80700 phys_seg 1 prio class 0 Jun 3 14:07:50 Tower kernel: blk_update_request: I/O error, dev sdt, sector 128 op 0x0:(READ) flags 0x80700 phys_seg 1 prio class 0 Jun 3 14:07:50 Tower kernel: blk_update_request: I/O error, dev sdt, sector 4096 op 0x0:(READ) flags 0x80700 phys_
  2. Hello, a few weeks ago a bought a new 3TB drive for my array. That drive will not spin down. Is there any way to solve that problem? Bye.
  3. I use a Asrock - b75 pro3-m with 8 SATA ports together with a Supermicro aoc-saslp-mv8 and another cheap Adaptec 4 port SATA card. One SATA port died on that mainboard. After reading some threads in the forum I thought of replacing the Supermicro and Adaptec card with two new 8 port cards: Dell H310 or LSI 9207-8i A few questions: Are there any differences between these two cards? I read something about crossflashing the Dell card...what about that? I find a lot of these cards new on ebay. They ship cheap from China. Is it advis
  4. Thanks. I used the "Common Problems Plugin" to check. There was nothing which needed a reconfiguration. Quite interesting was that: Marvel Hard Drive Controller Installed That Supermicro controller is still the first card recommended in the thread "SATA controller card". That's the reason I bought it in the first place. Also I hadn't had a problem with it since I installed it a few years ago.
  5. That's exactly what I'm doing. I started the mover manually.
  6. Yeah...it's not the drive and not the cable. I changed the cable and tried rebuilding the drive. As soon as it started the system reported: unRAID Disk 7 SMART health [199] Warning [TOWER] - udma crc error count is 2 1524860822 WDC_WD30EZRZ-00Z5HB0_WD-xxx (sdg) warning To test further I changed the SATA-port (onboard to my Supermicro aoc-saslp-mv8) using the same place in my XCase drive bay (which also could be responsible). I was able to rebuild the drive and I now try to copy files from the cache drive into the array. Looks like I
  7. Hm... is copying possible? Looks like the drive is emulated and you can't copy to it via the command line.
  8. I changed the SATA cable. The drive is still read (of course). I activated SMART on that drive and started the self test which discovered no errors. Just now I started a telnet session. I'm copying a big file form another disk to disk7 via command line. Let's see if there are any errors... Furthermore I don't know what to do. I would probably try to rebuild that disc and see what's happening.
  9. Hello, a few weeks ago I changed the file system from rfs to xfs. That worked great...almost. In the process I moved data from a rfs drive to an already reformated xfs drive. The xfs drive turned red (drive7) while writing to it. However reading form that drive and writing to another one worked without any problem before in that process. To solve the problem I deleted all data on drive7 and replaced that with a new one (the data was still on that rfs drive I was copying from). I rebuilt the array with a parity check and all looked good. I restarted copying the data to that new driv
  10. It refers to this post: Point 10: 10 - Now is the good time to move the files in the "t" directory to the root on [dest]. I do this with cut and paste from Windows explorer. Also I changed the disk#. That was a mistake by me in the first post. I use user shares. I can't access the discs directly from my windows 10 machine. So I would like to use 'mv' to move the files.
  11. I'm just running rsync (point 8). After that I want to move the files out of the 't' directory. I don't do much from the command line but that should also do the trick? mv /mnt/disk17/t/* /mnt/disk17/ That should move all the user share folders under 't' like?: \Backup \Music \Video
  12. I like the new GUI. Since it has been years I added a share i just saw the new dialog for that today. Great is the possibility to copy the setting from another share. However it would by nice to collapse the info boxes.