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  1. Hi, I'm seeing the same hypervisor error as shown in the first post. I think it started with 6.8.0, but can't confirm that. My VMs are working.
  2. Yes sorry I probably confused you with my posts. When I moved unRAID and the HBA to my ASUS motherboard, at first I did have the 10TB Seagates running off the motherboard SATA ports. After a few days I decided to try the 10TB’s on the HBA, and it has been fine for several days now. Strange, but I’ll take it. Will watch for any further issues.
  3. I’ll keep my eyes open for drive firmware updates. It’s weird that they are working now, connected to the HBA. I think my old motherboard was playing a role. Anyway, I’ll mark this as solved and move on. Thanks.
  4. Update: Ok I think things are finally stable. Since moving unRAID and the HBA to my ASUS motherboard, no issues. I'm now running all three 10TB Seagates off the HBA. So yeah, just some random incompatibility with the HBA, old motherboard, and these 10TB drives? I just have my 2 cache drives and optical drive on the motherboard SATA ports. I've also repurposed my old unRAID PC by installing Windows 10. Still using a Dell H310 in there, and DrivePool to pool the drives to backup unRAID. No issues there yet, but it's a mix of old 3TB & 4TB WD Red drives. I'll stay away from adding 10TB drives to that setup. Thanks for all the help, this is an outstanding community. tower-diagnostics-20200113-0517.zip
  5. Update: Still had HBA card failing in different slots. So I've given up on my Gigabyte X58A-UD3R, and moved my unRAID setup to my other PC consisting of: Case: Fractal Design R2 XL EATX // MB: ASUS Maximus VI Formula, 1603 BIOS // Intel Core i7-4790 3.6 GHz RAM: 24GB HyperX (3x8GB) // Dell Perc H310 // Array: 1 x 10TB Seagate Barracuda Pro // 5 x WD 4TB RED // Parity: 2 x 10TB Seagate Barracuda Pro // Cache: WD Blue 500GB SSD x 2 Docker: ChannelsDVR // Plex // Sonarr unRAID Pro 6.8.0 Only problem I'm seeing now is a "softreset" on Sata8 during bootup. Is that a concern other than making it take longer to boot unRAID? Thanks. tower-diagnostics-20200102-0645.zip
  6. I love how I can run a VM on my storage server, two birds with one stone. I also love the price...considering the money I dumped into Drobo when I was younger...dude! I would like to see simpler health reporting for hard drives. Like DriveDx on Mac OS? Congrats and here's to the next 100k! Those case badges look rad.
  7. Thanks. Trying again with the other HBA I got from eBay, in a different slot.
  8. Latest update: Instead of an extended SMART test on Parity2, I removed that drive and replaced it with a new 10TB Seagate, plugged into the motherboard. The parity check completed fine. I upgraded to unRAID 6.8.0 and updated any plugins and Docker apps. This all ran fine over the weekend. Today I've replaced the oldest hard drive, Disk6, with a precleared 10TB Seagate, but now several disks have dropped out again during the parity check. Logs attached. Fortunately, I have now transitioned my preferred Windows software (Blue Iris, Retrospect) to a Win10 VM, so I can now use my 2nd PC for testing if needed. Thanks, please advise. tower-diagnostics-20191230-1203.zip
  9. Ok rebooted, new diagnostics here. tower-diagnostics-20191224-1003.zip
  10. Well it finished rebuilding Disk2. It says everything is ok. tower-diagnostics-20191224-0128.zip
  11. It got to about 94% complete rebuilding Disk2, but now it's saying Parity2 has errors. Diagnostics attached. It was previously working at about 60MB/s, now it's slowed to 100kb/s, and says 25 days left. Thanks. tower-diagnostics-20191223-2345.zip
  12. Ok, rebuilding the failed disk now, will see in about ten hours.
  13. Well isn't that interesting! Unfortunately my drive is a different model. Not Ironwolf, these are Barracuda Pro. Certainly sounds like a similar issue though. Will look into that. Will contact Seagate too, although these are shucked drives, so I doubt they can help. Any thoughts on how to handle the Red X on drive 2? I swapped SATA cables and plugged it into a motherboard port, no change. If the SMART looks ok, should I try this? https://wiki.unraid.net/Troubleshooting#Re-enable_the_drive unRAID is up for 14 hours now, no further drive problems, seems stable.
  14. System seems stable so far, three hours and no dropped disks yet. But I haven't started the array yet, as Disk 2 has a Red X beside it. Diagnostics attached. Thanks for any replies. I'm lacking in SMART report reading ability. tower-diagnostics-20191223-0032.zip
  15. Possibly stupid question I guess, but is it possible the H310 isn't compatible with the 10TB BarraCuda Pro ST10000DM0004 for any reason? My trouble started when I upgraded one of my 4TB parity drives to this 10TB drive, which I had precleared successfully. Anyway, I've now moved the 10TB drive from a port on the Dell card, to one of the motherboard ports, and now when I boot unRAID it's showing all drives again, no dropped drives yet. It's been stable for a couple hours, although I didn't start the array yet. I've now shutdown and re-installed my GTX 970, and moved the Dell card to a lower slot. Will see if it remains stable.