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  1. Not sure if this a hardware or software issue. I keep getting error when I try to rebuild a drive. I usually preclear the drive once. The rebuild would fail at different point each time. Thanks syslog.txt
  2. Think I got it figured out. I replaced the PCI cards. Upgrade to 6.7.2. Reassignment my drives and check parity correct. It started a parity check and flag the error drive. After replacing the drive restart the server, it started to rebuild my replaced drive. Once this is done, i will work on my other V5 UNRAID server with new parts.
  3. I currently have a fail drive but the config is valid. Is that ok for my to update to V6 and rebuild the drive?
  4. I have 4.7 UNRAID with RAID bus controller: Marvell Technology Group Ltd. MV64460/64461/64462 System Controller, Revision B (rev 01). I know there are issue with this card type. I keep getting a fail drive randomly. Initially, I would rebuild the drive and sometimes it would be months before it fail again. Recently, I can't seems to rebuild the drive anymore. It would initiate rebuild then fail. The drive I put is precleared. How do I go about and save my system? I purchased a LSI 9207-8i card, but the system is not recognizing it (according to the company I purchase the card from, it is in IT mode). Any help would be greatly appreciated. syslog-2019-08-11.txt
  5. hi, did you get lxml to install on your Unraid 5?
  6. Anyone know why i keep getting the following repeating log? Oct 24 15:12:19 tower2 rpc.statd[1237]: No canonical hostname found for 192.168.1.105 Oct 24 15:12:19 tower2 rpc.statd[1237]: STAT_FAIL to tower2 for SM_MON of 192.168.1.105 Oct 24 15:12:19 tower2 kernel: lockd: cannot monitor TheBeast.local syslog-2015-10-24.txt
  7. NVM I found the email. Just need to reply with my second USB Flash GUID.
  8. Hi, I brought 2 Pro keys 2/26/14 but only used one. How do I go about and getting my second pro key?
  9. getting the msg every 10 mins. check the IP address which is not attached to any computer??? Very odd!
  10. That's where I got the information and went with http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139006. Thanks.
  11. Really? That would be cool if that's the problem. I was able to mount all the drive that's connected to the PCI card individually and do SMART test on them. All seems fine. My PSU is the following http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341018, OCZ ModXStream Pro 700W Modular High Performance. According to this drawing http://www.ocztechnology.com/res_old/manuals/psu/OCZMXSP500-700.pdf of the cabling of that power supply, all the SATA and MOLEX connectors are on the 12V2 rail. According to this drawing, it is a 25 Amp rail. http://www.ocztechnology.com/images/awards/mxsp_wattage_charts.jpg That same rail is shared by the PCIe power connectors (but odds are you are not using those connectors) Even with all green drives, at 2 amps each, that's 28 amps, over the limit for the one 12V2 rail, and that is not counting the power draw for fans. Since it seems you have a number of non-green drives, you are well over the limit of that supply. (figure on closer to 3 amps per non-green drive when spinning up) If, for example you have 7 non-green and 7-green that is still (7*3)+(7*2)= 35 Amps, plus a few more amps for the fans. You need 38 to 40 amps of capacity for the disks alone. It is why most multi-rail power supplies are not suitable for large arrays of disks. Thanks for the info. Now I know why I am having intermittent share drive dropping and server going off line. Think I might have find my problem. Never occur to me the PSU spec Amp is more important than the Watts So I went ahead and order the http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139006. Can I just add my old drives back and do a initconfig and rebuild the parity and be good to go with whatever data I have in those drives? Thanks for your help.
  12. Would u recommend http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139020 or http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139006. 750W might be an overkill for my max 15 drives server, but might be good if I look to expand further down the road . Currently, I do have mixed drives, 7200 and Green in my server. I use http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817994028 for the 3-5 drive configuration. Drive temp goes to mid 40's on the 7200 and 30's with the green drive when they spin up. It use to go up to 50 with the 7200 but I had added some more fans in the box since to get the temperature down.
  13. Really? That would be cool if that's the problem. I was able to mount all the drive that's connected to the PCI card individually and do SMART test on them. All seems fine. My PSU is the following http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341018, OCZ ModXStream Pro 700W Modular High Performance.
  14. Is there anyway to re-add the old drive that still has data on the drive to my raid? I can see the data still intact on them.
  15. One thing that make me think the PCI card is bad is that when I boot up the drive sometime the port checking on the PCI would not complete and hangs. I can see the server output when I hook a monitor to it.