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Subject:unRaid Failure Notification - One or more disks are disabled or invalid.

Status update for unRAID  Tower

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ERROR: The unRaid array needs attention. One or more disks are disabled or invalid.

 

 

Disk 3=DISK_DSBL

Server Name: Tower

Server IP: 1xx.xxx.xxx

Date: Thu Nov 10 10:47:04 CST 2011

 

Output of /proc/mdcmd:
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sbName=/boot/config/super.dat
sbVersion=0.95.4
sbCreated=1280209674
sbUpdated=1320930560
sbEvents=68
sbState=1
sbNumDisks=4
sbSynced=1320143781
sbSyncErrs=0
mdVersion=1.1.1
mdState=STOPPED
mdNumProtected=4
mdNumDisabled=1
mdDisabledDisk=3
mdNumInvalid=1
mdInvalidDisk=3
mdNumMissing=0
mdMissingDisk=0
mdNumNew=0
mdResync=0
diskNumber.0=0
diskName.0=
diskSize.0=1465138552
diskState.0=7
diskModel.0=WDC WD15EARS-00Z
diskSerial.0=WD-WMAVU2866034
diskId.0=WDC_WD15EARS-00Z_WD-WMAVU2866034
rdevNumber.0=0
rdevStatus.0=DISK_OK
rdevName.0=sda
rdevSize.0=1465138552
rdevModel.0=WDC WD15EARS-00Z
rdevSerial.0=WD-WMAVU2866034
rdevId.0=WDC_WD15EARS-00Z_WD-WMAVU2866034
rdevNumErrors.0=0
rdevLastIO.0=1320930560
rdevSpinupGroup.0=0
diskNumber.1=1
diskName.1=md1
diskSize.1=1465138552
diskState.1=7
diskModel.1=WDC WD15EARS-00Z
diskSerial.1=WD-WMAVU2807772
diskId.1=WDC_WD15EARS-00Z_WD-WMAVU2807772
rdevNumber.1=1
rdevStatus.1=DISK_OK
rdevName.1=sdc
rdevSize.1=1465138552
rdevModel.1=WDC WD15EARS-00Z
rdevSerial.1=WD-WMAVU2807772
rdevId.1=WDC_WD15EARS-00Z_WD-WMAVU2807772
rdevNumErrors.1=0
rdevLastIO.1=1320930560
rdevSpinupGroup.1=0
diskNumber.2=2
diskName.2=md2
diskSize.2=976762552
diskState.2=7
diskModel.2=Hitachi HDS72101
diskSerial.2=JP2930HQ1NRAXH
diskId.2=Hitachi_HDS72101_JP2930HQ1NRAXH
rdevNumber.2=2
rdevStatus.2=DISK_OK
rdevName.2=sdb
rdevSize.2=976762552
rdevModel.2=Hitachi HDS72101
rdevSerial.2=JP2930HQ1NRAXH
rdevId.2=Hitachi_HDS72101_JP2930HQ1NRAXH
rdevNumErrors.2=0
rdevLastIO.2=1320930560
rdevSpinupGroup.2=0
diskNumber.3=3
diskName.3=md3
diskSize.3=976762552
diskState.3=4
diskModel.3=SAMSUNG HD103SJ
diskSerial.3=S246JX0B802679
diskId.3=SAMSUNG_HD103SJ_S246JX0B802679
rdevNumber.3=3
rdevStatus.3=DISK_DSBL
rdevName.3=sdd
rdevSize.3=976762552
rdevModel.3=SAMSUNG HD103SJ
rdevSerial.3=S246JX0B802679
rdevId.3=SAMSUNG_HD103SJ_S246JX0B802679
rdevNumErrors.3=9
rdevLastIO.3=1320939980
rdevSpinupGroup.3=0

 

I upgraded to Plus about a month ago and added a third data drive.  It looks like that drive has failed.  I've attached the sys log that shows the errors I'm getting and also the original preclear results for the new drive.  All drives are attached to the motherboard SATA ports.  I'm wondering if anything else could be going on or if it is just a failed drive.  The last parity check on the first of the month showed no errors.  Thanks.

syslog-2011-11-10.txt

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The drive may still be good. If you have a spare I would replace and rebuild the disk and then run pre-clear on the used drive to determine its health. Otherwise just rebuild the failed disk onto itself.

Or, it could as easily be a loose cable...  i'd re-seat them, just in case (stop array and power down first)
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Thanks for the advice.  I opened her up, re-did all cable connections, powered back on, rebuilt data on disk 3 an left it alone overnight.  This morning I can't open tower in my browser, but my shares are showing up in windows explorer.  How long should it take to rebuild a 1TB disk?  Is there a way to restart the web UI from the console?

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Everything is back to normal operation now.  After I told unRaid to rebuild the data, I lost the web interface which kinda freaked me out.  I tried to restart the emhttp but must have typed something wrong because the console thru up an error about the command.  So I left it alone for 24 hours, powered off with the power button and restarted.  It ran a parity check and came back with zero errors.  Thanks for the help

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