Dealing with unclean shutdowns


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On 8/31/2021 at 3:51 PM, trurl said:

What have you already tried that was discussed in this thread you have posted in?

at this moment manually before soft reboot the server

- stopped the two VM:s before rebooting.

- rebooting with external nvme to usb drive attached and unplugged 

- unmount smb shares

- stopped dockers

- increased the timer in  Settings->Disk Settings->Shutdown time-out to: 420s

- increased VM shutdown time-out: 300s

 

at the moment i am doing a Parity-Sync / data rebuild from this morning when i have to replace an old data drive so i am unable to try to reboot at the moment.

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@trurl 

parity rebuild completed manually stopped the vms and dockers.

one docker was not possible to stop and forced the array to not be put offline.

for future knowledge it was a docker that i added from github rep that manage the HBA Card Adaptec 71605.

i only use this to monitor the temp of the card.

hard rebooted and stopped the docker from autostart.

 

now been trying a cuple of shutdown and reboot attempts and everything seems ok.

 

cheers

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