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  1. Ok, it seems to work using the sg_start and sdparm commands only. The UI just doesn't reflect the state of the drive properly. I think the read errors are due to spinning down the drive while it was being accessed. They aren't going away, so I'll probably just try replacing/formatting that drive again.
  2. I didn't mean to imply the syslog errors in my previous post were read errors. This is after a parity check on a previously good drive. Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826600 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826608 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826616 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826624 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826632 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826640 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826648 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826656 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826664 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826672 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826680 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826688 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826696 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826704 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826712 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826720 Oct 12 09:42:17 Beast kernel: md: disk7 read error, sector=5848826728 Oct 12 09:43:55 Beast kernel: md: sync done. time=45545sec The unraid icon remained green and data was still immediately accessible. The particular drive I tested with was not showing any traffic throughout my testing. I did try using this command, but there was no output; sg_start --readonly --pc=3 /dev/sde
  3. Sorry, no logs. I'll be sure to save them if I ever replace the cache again.
  4. Thanks for making this a plugin. Hope I can help with some diagnostics. HUS724030ALS640 Fail with *Temp and drive not spun down. Still operational, seemingly no effect. Getting read errors after a reboot. Oct 11 20:38:24 Beast kernel: mdcmd (47): spindown 7 Oct 11 20:38:24 Beast kernel: md: do_drive_cmd: disk7: ATA_OP e0 ioctl error: -5 Oct 11 20:38:24 Beast emhttpd: error: mdcmd, 2723: Input/output error (5): write Oct 11 20:38:24 Beast SAS Assist v0.6[27532]: spinning down slot 7, device /dev/sde (/dev/sg4) Slot: 06:00.0 Class: Serial Attached SCSI controller [0107] Vendor: Broadcom / LSI [1000] Device: SAS2116 PCI-Express Fusion-MPT SAS-2 [Meteor] [0064] SVendor: Broadcom / LSI [1000] SDevice: SAS 9201-16i [30c0] Rev: 02 NUMANode: 0
  5. I used the guide on the wiki to replace a cache drive; https://wiki.unraid.net/Replace_A_Cache_Drive Old cache drive 1.5TB intel New cache drive 1TB samsung Step 5 to 8 says to finish mover, unassign the cache drive, stop array, assign the new cache drive. Simple enough.. But, after starting the array in step 10, the 'new' cache drive was mounted with the 'old' partition info. To clarify that, the web UI showed the 1TB samsung drive with a 1.5TB partition. Running df showed the 1.5TB drive & partition mounted. This old cache drive was working properly, even though the new drive was not mounted. Without changing the drive config, I shut down the system and physically uninstalled the 1.5TB intel. After starting up the system, the 1TB samsung had the correct option to Format the new drive. Is unraid mounting partitions called 'cache' regardless of if they are on the correct device? Or, is there a step missing in the wiki?
  6. The investigation in this thread is great. I'm looking forward to spinning down my drives. Has this been put on the official development road map yet?
  7. Ok I see. I'll have to update the plugin when I get a chance Hey, Thanks for your work on this plugin! Is it possible to also add SAS support to the HDD Temperature sensor? Here's a sample output;
  8. You can adjust that in the IPMI Tool settings page. Settings> Display Settings> Dashboard Sensors
  9. In previous version of unraid, the sensors command would show temperatures for my LSI 9211-4i SAS card. 82:00.0 Serial Attached SCSI controller: Broadcom / LSI SAS2004 PCI-Express Fusion-MPT SAS-2 [Spitfire] (rev 03) Is there any way to make the sensors command output the temp of this card or an alternate method to get the temp?
  10. Is it possible to compile ProFTPD with other modules? I'm using LDAP for various services and would like to use it for FTPS accounts as well. http://www.proftpd.org/docs/contrib/mod_ldap.html Thanks for the plugin!
  11. Is there a way to view the UNRAID folder by default in the Cloud Commander container? On page load, view the mounted files, not the docker's file system. Also, why does Cloud Commander change the file extension for downloaded files?
  12. Your syslog shows; Nov 25 17:30:22 Tower kernel: BTRFS warning (device loop2): block group 8083472384 has wrong amount of free space Nov 25 17:30:22 Tower kernel: BTRFS warning (device loop2): failed to load free space cache for block group 8083472384, rebuilding it now ... Nov 29 22:26:06 Tower kernel: BTRFS warning (device nvme0n1p1): csum failed root 5 ino 2696072 off 186834944 csum 0x80fe9b58 expected csum 0x2d132b24 mirror 1 Nov 29 22:26:06 Tower kernel: BTRFS warning (device nvme0n1p1): csum failed root 5 ino 2696072 off 186834944 csum 0x80fe9b58 expected csum 0x2d132b24 mirror 2 .. repeating I recently had my cache go read-only which has 2x PCIe NVMe drives. The cause was a stalled balance operation, not the drive itself. After a reboot, the balance completed quickly. BTRFS is buggy and is still getting updates, so i'm guessing this is a general problem when using PCIe devices. Check the health of your nvme0n1 disk and think about doing cache backups. I use the "CA Backup / Restore Appdata" to backup my cache only appdata, usb, and system directories to a parity protected share.
  13. It finished after reboot in a couple seconds. Yay! Thanks for your responses.