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  1. Dual parity for a total of four drives is a bit overkill IMHO. Regardless of the size of the drives.
  2. Frankly I did not have time yet to look into your logs (still at work), just wanted to see if your problem is connected to an open bug report for 6.7.2. it is a known issue that reads from the array are crawling slow when a write to the array is happening at the same time. So my question on mover was to see if there is a connection to this issue.
  3. Are you using a cachedrive? if so, for which time is mover scheduled to run?
  4. If everything is running well atm and given that you are living in an area with frequent power outages I would say that you should get a decent UPS. Don’t try to learn the hard way that a UPS can save your data and/or hardware!
  5. Does the controller card have a Marvel Controller ?
  6. Welcome to the UnRaid Community SSD's are not recommended to be used in the array. But you could use on Hdd as parity one HDD as data and create a redundant cache pool out of the SSD's.
  7. Link is 4 posts above yours Damn, Squid was faster
  8. Also, some of your shares are currently not on the drives I would expect looking at the cache setting. e.g. appdate is set to "only" but files are on cache, disk 1, 2 & 4 The Share "D-------s" is set to "no" but data is only on the cache drive.
  9. Your syslog is full of error messages regarding the nvme-drive and btrfs. Might be a case for @johnnie.black
  10. Channel and slot are recorded in the last line of the error message. So you can start by parsing the syslog for those errors and see if it is always the same module. But you should maybe also run memtest from the boot loader
  11. Didn't you start this whole adventure because of a non working Marvel controller? So why replacing it with another one of those ?
  12. Can you tell us a bit more about your system / config? - Maybe there could be some help that does not involve starting from scratch! what port is your monitor connected to - onboard or gpu ? Does your MB have a management port (IPMI)? ....
  13. I'm by no means an expert, but there are a couple of those entries in your syslog Aug 21 09:53:18 Tower kernel: mce: [Hardware Error]: Machine check events logged Aug 21 09:53:18 Tower kernel: EDAC sbridge MC1: HANDLING MCE MEMORY ERROR Aug 21 09:53:18 Tower kernel: EDAC sbridge MC1: CPU 10: Machine Check Event: 0 Bank 7: cc00008000010092 Aug 21 09:53:18 Tower kernel: EDAC sbridge MC1: TSC 119cdde8e0587a Aug 21 09:53:18 Tower kernel: EDAC sbridge MC1: ADDR 1a7f729580 Aug 21 09:53:18 Tower kernel: EDAC sbridge MC1: MISC 207c3e86 Aug 21 09:53:18 Tower kernel: EDAC sbridge MC1: PROCESSOR 0:306e4 TIME 1566366798 SOCKET 1 APIC 20 Aug 21 09:53:18 Tower kernel: EDAC MC1: 2 CE memory read error on CPU_SrcID#1_Ha#0_Chan#2_DIMM#1 (channel:2 slot:1 page:0x1a7f729 offset:0x580 grain:32 syndrome:0x0 - OVERFLOW area:DRAM err_code:0001:0092 socket:1 ha:0 channel_mask:4 rank:4) Error seams to be memory related, but you will need to wait and let the real gurus look into your logs to help you figuring out what is going on here.
  14. Go to Tools --> Diagnostics Create a diagnostics file and attach to your next post.
  15. As it is summer, there is one more option. Is the ambient temperature in the room where the system stands higher than usual ? If you have been operating the system at borderline temperatures over the year, this could be a reason (And a wide open case does not help in heat dissipation as the airflow is no longer directed over the hot components). In my office where my unraid box stands (also a node 804 by the way) the temperature during this summer is significantly higher than the last years and this has an effect on all the equipment within the case. So I am running all fans at max level currently to keep temperatures in the case at an acceptable level. Cooling the HBA with a 40mm fan might not seem to be the best option, but it definetly helps in controlling the temperature of the HBA. Just use a quality fan like the ones from Noctua. If you use a motherboard fan connector to power the fan you might also be able to get a warning when the fan does not turn.