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  1. I tried all of the above options to no avail and then I figured. Hell might as well try to reformat the disk. Turns out something went wrong when I last cleared and formatted the 5 900gig SAS disks and a data shuffle + reclear subsequent reformat fixed it and I now have 0 errors. Thanks for your help though!
  2. Fair enough - I'll try to have a look. I just find it very weird with two redundant 750W PSU and the fully functioning disks being on the same expander as the "broken" ones.
  3. And how would I test the controller (which I'm assuming to be the H200)? Although I doubt it's that since the new disks aren't spitting out errors!
  4. I'll run the the extended smart test, but how do I fix/test for the other? It's a Dell Perc H200 Raid card (JBOD) and a dell r720 with the backplanes connecting to the disk themselves.
  5. Smart Stats are included in the diagnostics file and it's all the disks, not just 5 and 6 that fail. Disk 1 (new 4TB Seagate) doesn't provide errors.
  6. Hi, I've recently build a new server with some brand new disks and some older SAS drives I got for cheap. I wrote to all of them from my old server through ftp with problems or errors. 5.5TB in total. I then tried to do a parity check and all "hell" broke those with disk read errors. I was extremely confused as to why, so I restarted the server. Tried downloading files from all of the afflicted disks. No errors. But as soon as I start the parity check I get errors for days and I have no clue why. I hope you can help! In advance thanks! dservermain-diagnostics-20190923-2050.zip
  7. Thank you so much - Couldn't find it!
  8. Hey, I recently upgraded my setup to two servers at two different locations. The main reason for this is that both me and my father (we live at separate locations) want full gigabit access to all of our raw photos while editing. I was thinking of setting up an openVPN on the main server and have the remote server connect to it and then sync photos between them, but I am unsure if this is the best solution or what you would recommend. In advance thanks
  9. Hey Unraid Forum, I recently bought a used R720 Dell server with 6*900GB SAS Disks and 2*100GB SSD (Dell Branded), but I added two Seagate Barracuda 4TB 2.5" in dell branded caddies. Something is wrong with the raid card, so I pulled it out and tried booting without, which works "fine" - The previous raid card was a PERC H310 MINI from dell, and all of the disks SATA/SAS were detected. I can see all of my SAS drives in the bios, but none of the SATA drives, which I find very weird. Furthermore, none of the drives, SATA nor SAS show up in the unraid system. Do you have any clue what I should do? I am willing to try anything if you can explain it to a sorta dummy! In advance thanks tower-diagnostics-20190630-1916.zip
  10. Hi, I'm noticing very slows speeds from the server to my client. The upload of the server is 40mbit/s, but I'm only getting like 3mbit/s. I have tried disabling compression, but my CPU isn't loaded anyway. My downlink at client connection is at least 30mbit/s at any given time Do you guys have any clue as to why I'm experiencing this slowdown?