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Looks like you were running a correcting parity check, and from the timestamp, I am guessing it was a scheduled parity check. You should only do non-correcting parity checks until you decide that you actually need to correct parity. You don't want a problem with another disk to corrupt parity.

 

Run an extended SMART test on disk3.

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