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About disk errors and parity check

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Hello,

I had these disk errors on one HDD, somehow I don't know why, but the Enhanced SMART report I ran on it says everything is fine.

Still the Fix Common Problem report keeps reminding me about it. It gets old.

How can I reset the error count on that HDD?

 

And one more thing, in the past I am pretty sure, stopping and restarting the Array didn't start the Parity checking automatically. 
But now, if I do, the Parity checking starts immediately. And since I don't want it started when I stop it manually it says it has been aborted which is not recommended, right?

Is there anything I can do to go back to the way it was, meaning the Parity checking would start only if called for, if scheduled, or if there was a crash?

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You will need to post up your Diagnostics report.  Tools   >>>   Diagnostics   

 

3 hours ago, xtrips said:

<snip>   I had these disk errors on one HDD, somehow I don't know why,   <snip>

What errors????  

 

Does the (complete) Parity check find any errors?

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Disk1 appears to be failing, despite having an healthy SMART report, run an extended SMART test.

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Forget that, I see you already did it, disk is fine for now, but it was a disk error, so if it happens again consider replacing it.

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1 minute ago, johnnie.black said:

Disk1 appears to be failing, despite having an healthy SMART report, run an extended SMART test.

I did. Came out flawless.

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