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[SOLVED] Parity Errors

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Had a power outage last night and when the server came back up there were some issues.  First, USB was completely corrupt.  Pulled another into rotation and rebuilt from my USB backup.  Booted up and partity check ran.  When it completed I got Last check completed on Mon 06 Jul 2020 06:30:00 PM CST (today), finding 1645 errors

 

That has me really worried.  I have attached my diagnostics.  Any thoughts as to what might be the cause?

 

gobo-diagnostics-20200706-2011.zip

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4 hours ago, jfrancais said:

Any thoughts as to what might be the cause?

A few sync errors are normal, even expected, after an unclean shutdown.

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6 hours ago, johnnie.black said:

A few sync errors are normal, even expected, after an unclean shutdown.

Partly corrected, ran another one and it is finding more parity errors.    Not good.

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3 minutes ago, jfrancais said:

Partly corrected,

Previous one was non correct.

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running a memory test now.  Also remembered when the system came back up I got an error that the bios was reset to defaults and needed the date.  I replaced the bios battery and reset to defaults.  Could be a bios setting playing havoc as well.

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nothing in the log pointing to an issue?  Should I bring it back up and run parity and correct one more time and see if it fixes?

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Like mentioned the fist check was non correct, so next one will still encounter the same errors.

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Thanks for the suggestions.  A couple nervous days but after running 3 parity checks, the 3rd came back clean.

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