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  1. So I thought I had a bad sata cable to my cache disk that was replaced today but I got following notification Event: Unraid Cache disk SMART health [199] Subject: Warning [sERVER] - udma crc error count is 13 Description: CT1000MX500SSD1_1910E1EE9FE0 (sdb) Importance: warning Looking at other threads it look like some people had issue with there lsi controllers but mine is connected directly to motherboard. Do I continue to monitor to see if it increases or start looking at a new replacement SSD? Server only been back up an hour so maybe too soon to tell. Sent from my SM-G973F using
  2. Just got the following alert Event: Unraid Cache disk SMART health [199] Subject: Warning [sERVER] - udma crc error count is 1 Description: CT1000MX500SSD1_1910E1EE9FE0 (sdb) Importance: warning Pretty sure this related to bad sata connection. I have a replacement coming from amazon tomorrow. It's just my luck when I need a spare cable I can't find it [emoji23] Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  3. Shut down, unplugged and replugged SSD. Unraid showed it as unmounted, after remount I started docker. All sorter [emoji106] Cable wise everything looks fine, might just order another SATA cable just in case. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  4. Appdata share seems to be missing. If SSD is corrupt surely it should still be visible under shares tab? Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  5. I think the SSD is dead! But it's showing online but nothing seems to be available in there and appdata share is missing. Before I go into full panic mode. I am pretty certain I have appdata backed up atleast weekly to my array. But still not sure what is going on as I'm on my mobile and have to vpn on to server. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  6. Just noticed on the docker tab One or more paths do not exist (view) So checked the cache SSD and that's online and accessible So I'm guessing the next step would be to create a new docker.img with a new name? If course would like to get to root cause too. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  7. Will monitor for a week but it looks fine now
  8. Looks like like the error has stopped!! Not sure what changed Feb 5 13:25:56 Server kernel: w83795 0-002f: Failed to write to register 0x040, err -6 Feb 5 13:25:59 Server kernel: i2c /dev entries driver Feb 5 13:26:06 Server kernel: i5500_temp 0000:00:14.3: Sensor seems to be disabled Is there a command to clear the log
  9. Started seeing log filling up again Feb 5 11:27:11 Server kernel: w83795 0-002f: Failed to read from register 0x027, err -6 Feb 5 11:27:11 Server kernel: w83795 0-002f: Failed to read from register 0x03c, err -6 Feb 5 11:27:11 Server kernel: w83795 0-002f: Failed to set bank to 130, err -6 Feb 5 11:27:11 Server kernel: w83795 0-002f: Failed to set bank to 130, err -6 Feb 5 11:27:11 Server kernel: w83795 0-002f: Failed to read from register 0x040, err -6 Feb 5 11:27:11 Server kernel: w83795 0-002f: Failed to read from register 0x046, err -6 Feb 5 11:27:11 Server kernel: w83795 0-002f
  10. Changed the PSUs and server has almost been up 24hours, I will give it to the weekend. This seems to have resolved the issue, nothing to do with the RAM. Faulty PSU
  11. I have a couple of spare PSUs, I am going to swap them over I think and run memtest, the only other thing is to perhaps drop the number of dimms in use and see if that makes any difference.
  12. Getting this 7408 02/01/2021 14:16:42 Fan3 Fan Lower Non-Critical - Going Low - Deasserted 7407 02/01/2021 14:16:42 Fan3 Fan Lower Critical - Going Low - Deasserted 7406 02/01/2021 14:16:42 Fan3 Fan Lower Non-Recoverable - Going Low - Deasserted 7405 02/01/2021 14:16:39 Fan3 Fan Lower Non-Recoverable - Going Low - Asserted 7404 02/01/2021 14:16:39 Fan3 Fan Lower Critical - Going Low - Asserted 7403 02/01/2021 14:16:39 Fan3 Fan Lower Non-Critical - Going Low - Asserted 7402 02/01/2021 14:15:02 Fan3 Fan Lower Non-Critical - Going Low - Deasserted 7401 02/01/2021 14:15:02 Fan3 Fan Low
  13. Been having a few issues with my memory filling up with logs, disabled dockers and it didnt seem to go away so I thought I would change the memory modules. So got all 8gb sticks and filled up all 12 slots giving 96gb ECC but everyy few hours system just dies and lose all access server-diagnostics-20210131-1612.zip Been able to reboot system with IPMI, posted the last diagnostic file from yesterday from flash drive but not sure if its due to the memory or something else. Also am I right in thinking memtest wont help as I am using ECC? Any help is app
  14. Yep it's defo running. Log only showing a 1% so il monitor it and see how long it takes to fill up. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  15. Uploaded again server-diagnostics-20210120-1704.zip