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Disk 1 - SAMSUNG_HD204UI_S2H7J1AZ907554 (sde) (errors 213)
Disk 2 - ST3750640AS_3QD0TG1P (sdd) (errors 1)

 

Hi all, what would be the best way to deal with this? There are four total drives in the system - 2TB parity, 2TB with 213 read errors, 750GB with 1 read error, and a 1TB with no errors. I have two 4TB disks available to put in the system, but there are only four SATA ports total.

 

I am thinking I should hook up an external drive and copy all the data from the array off, then start from scratch with the two 4TB disks and one 1TB disk. Then put the data back on from the external drive. Is that a good approach?

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Go to Tools - Diagnostics and attach the complete Diagnostics ZIP file to your NEXT post.

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7 hours ago, trurl said:

Go to Tools - Diagnostics and attach the complete Diagnostics ZIP file to your NEXT post.

The host is at my parents house about two hours away. I can try to walk my dad through getting the diagnostics zip file and emailing it to me. In the meantime, is there any advice you can offer? What information are you looking for from the diagnostics?

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Diagnostics gives more inside about your system. The zip file contains several parts with specific information.

All this is needed to do further examination. Make sure you post the complete zip file.

 

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12 hours ago, bonienl said:

Diagnostics gives more inside about your system. The zip file contains several parts with specific information.

All this is needed to do further examination. Make sure you post the complete zip file.

 

Here they are:

 

omaopa-diagnostics-20200701-1132.zip

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Problem on disk1 appears to be a disk issue, run an extended SMART test, disk2 looks like a connection problem replace SATA cable (also check power one).

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