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  1. Hi guys, I recently switched hardware and I just woke the new server up and I checked the log and see a couple of these error messages popping up: print_req_error: I/O error, dev sdg, sector 7814036992 print_req_error: I/O error, dev sde, sector 15628052992 print_req_error: I/O error, dev sdi, sector 15628052992 The new hardware: MSI B450-A Pro MAX AMD Ryzen 3 3200G 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX (CMK16GX4M2Z3200C16) LSI 9211-8i (IT-Mode) 500W Enermax power supply 5x8TB WD Red (two parity) 3x4TB WD Red 500GB Samsung Evo 850 (Cache) Intel NIC This really scares me. Attached you can find the diag. sirbear-diagnostics-20191204-1902.zip
  2. So I've got my new 8TB HDDs and already precleared one of them and copied over the data of 2 smaller HDDs (3TB and 4TB). I have yet to preclear two other 8TB drives and I'm wondering if I can preclear them simultaneously? I use the preclear plugin to do this. The HDDs are plugged in to my LSI 9211 (IT Mode).
  3. Anything special that I should setup before switching the server hardware? As the APU is pretty new, should I directly jump to the latest 6.8 RC-version to get the newest kernel? Glad that there are other AMD users here.
  4. I also just got my LSI 9211 8i card and it looks kinda suspicious to me. I ordered it on Amazon and thought I would be safe that way. So I'm wondering if someone here could give me insight if mine is fake. It has a SAS 2008-8i chipset. Here is the product pic of mine:
  5. I did try it again and Unraid states that the test is ongoing, the first 10% are done extremely fast in 2min, but then it kinda halts there. I again logged out and went to bed and logged back in today and Unraid says again that there are no tests done.
  6. I run my server headless as well but it is always a hassle to get boards to properly boot without one (might not be a problem with real server boards, but these systems are kinda overkill for my usecase). And I find it nice to be able to plug in a screen if there is something amiss (had to do this a while back before I bought the Intel NIC, the Realtek one acted up and I couldn't access unraid via network. I will take the 9211 then and not the Adaptec.
  7. Thanks for your reply and Happy that someone else is building a Ryzen based server. I want to take the APU to not need a GPU and for power usage reasons. I really don't need that much CPU power.
  8. As it currently looks my trusty old unraid server is dying, so I'm looking for a new system. I wanted to give a Ryzen based server a go, as I'm running a 2700x based gaming rig. The current server: ASRock P67 Extreme6 Intel® Xeon® CPU E3-1220 V2 @ 3.10GHz 8GB RAM (need to check for the exact type) Intel NIC (need to check for the exact type) 2x 8TB WD Red 4x 4TB WD Red 1x 3TB WD Green 1x 500GB Samsung Evo as Cache 500W Enermax Power supply (need to check for the exact type) The new Hardware: MSI B450-A Pro MAX AMD Ryzen 3 3200G 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX (CMK16GX4M2Z3200C16) Adaptec HBA 1000-8i SAS 2x 0.50m Delock SAS 6Gb/s Adaptercable SFF-8643 to 4xSATA 3x 8TB WD Red WD80EFAX I would still use a bunch of components from the old server, Like Power supply, case, some hdds, SSD, Intel nic, ... What do you guys think about this setup? Is the Ryzen APU stable enough for a 24/7 system? My max budget for the new components is 1300€. EDIT: Or is something like the LSI 9211-8i good enough for unraid as a HBA? I could save some bucks with this.
  9. So did I do anything else wrong or why is there no test result?
  10. Ok, so looks like I borked the extended SMART test. I did start it approx. 24 hours ago and waited till it said 10% completed. I then closed my Browser and shut down my PC (not the Unraid Server) and as I logged back in today and looked on the specific drive there are no self-tests logged on the drive. I set the spindown to never so that the test won't get interrupted by it. I attached the diags from just now, but I couldn't find anything in the system log itself that hints to the disapperence of the test. sirbear-diagnostics-20191106-2035.zip
  11. Yes, sorry, I immediately shut the server down to not loose any data. The extended SMART test is running right now, will report back once it's done (will be tomorrow I guess)
  12. Here are the current diags. sirbear-diagnostics-20191105-1759.zip
  13. Sorry for reanimating this old thread of mine, but my Server is doing it again. The same to disks got dropped from the array and Unraid states, that the WD-WCC4E3RD042A has read errors. So I guess the mainboard is finally dying? Do you guys suggest just buying an HBA (like the Adaptec RAID 8405 4 Port PCIe 3.0 x8) or should I completely scrap the board and buy a whole new system? Or are acutally the drives the issue here?
  14. Thank you @johnnie.black for your fast response! Just plugged the HDDs in the onboard controller and see how it goes from now on. Guess sooner or later I will have to invest in a proper HBA controller.
  15. So should I do any preparations before pluggin in the HDDs in a different controller? Or should I just shutdown the server and plug them in another SATA slot (coming from the board controller, not the Marvell controller of course)?