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Parity Drive showing errors, do I need to replace it?


harguna
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SMART report looks fine and it recently completed extended self-test so the disk should be fine. Where are you seeing errors exactly? Screenshot?

 

Tried to look at syslog but it is being spammed with avahi and rpc entries. There are also some OOM dumps in there, don't know if those avahi are to blame for out-of-memory or not. Take a look yourself and see if you can relate them to other things on your LAN.

 

 

 

 

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So I first saw errors here:

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Then I spinned things down so that I can check them but chose to spin them back up and checked them instead while the array is up. Those values are gone now.

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29 minutes ago, trurl said:

Unrelated, but your appdata is on the array. Ideally, appdata, domains, system shares should be on fast pool (cache) so docker/VM performance isn't impacted by slower array, and so array disks can spin down since these files are always open.

My appdata folder is empty actually. And I have mapped the docker data to their own volumes on the array, yeah it's slower but lower chance of losing data

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