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  • 4 weeks later...
On 1/25/2021 at 12:06 PM, viola2572 said:

how do I refresh it?????? as it is showing me data from drives a day old, I have uninstalled it and reinstalled it, still old data.

I know it does it one a day, but when you have been changing drives, you want a refresh button, please 

Also it is seeing my WD SAS 3tb and 4tb drives as seagate Parity 2ST4000NM0023_Z1Z0C3DW - 4 TB (sdo)32 C1,216,397163,6080Disk 1ST33000650SS_Z293MTCQ - 3 TB (sdc)25

 

 

 

 

Same. I replaced a drive and reran the command line command, restarted the docker, etc, but still has the old data.

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  • 1 month later...

When I run the command - scrutiny-collector-metrics run - I get the following errors see below.  The data is showing up in the web portal, but I'm wondering why those errors are showing.

 

INFO[0000] Executing command: smartctl --info -j /dev/sdd  type=metrics
INFO[0000] Generating WWN                                type=metrics
INFO[0000] Executing command: smartctl --info -j /dev/sde  type=metrics
INFO[0000] Generating WWN                                type=metrics
INFO[0000] Executing command: smartctl --info -j /dev/sdf  type=metrics
INFO[0000] Generating WWN                                type=metrics
INFO[0000] Executing command: smartctl --info -j -d nvme /dev/nvme0  type=metrics
INFO[0000] Using WWN Fallback                            type=metrics
INFO[0000] Executing command: smartctl --info -j /dev/sdb  type=metrics
INFO[0000] Generating WWN                                type=metrics
INFO[0000] Executing command: smartctl --info -j /dev/sdc  type=metrics
INFO[0000] Generating WWN                                type=metrics
INFO[0000] Sending detected devices to API, for filtering & validation  type=metrics
INFO[0000] Collecting smartctl results for sdd           type=metrics
INFO[0000] Executing command: smartctl -x -j /dev/sdd    type=metrics
ERRO[0000] smartctl returned an error code (4) while processing sdd  type=metrics
ERRO[0000] smartctl detected a checksum error            type=metrics
INFO[0000] Publishing smartctl results for 0x5000c5006e098b8f  type=metrics
INFO[0000] Collecting smartctl results for sde           type=metrics
INFO[0000] Executing command: smartctl -x -j /dev/sde    type=metrics
ERRO[0001] smartctl returned an error code (4) while processing sde  type=metrics
ERRO[0001] smartctl detected a checksum error            type=metrics
INFO[0001] Publishing smartctl results for 0x50014ee20a4ab910  type=metrics
INFO[0001] Collecting smartctl results for sdf           type=metrics
INFO[0001] Executing command: smartctl -x -j /dev/sdf    type=metrics
ERRO[0001] smartctl returned an error code (68) while processing sdf  type=metrics
ERRO[0001] smartctl detected a checksum error            type=metrics
INFO[0001] Publishing smartctl results for 0x50014ee25f9a29db  type=metrics
INFO[0001] Collecting smartctl results for nvme0         type=metrics
INFO[0001] Executing command: smartctl -x -j -d nvme /dev/nvme0  type=metrics
INFO[0001] Publishing smartctl results for 7fbc071205d900060942  type=metrics
INFO[0001] Collecting smartctl results for sdb           type=metrics
INFO[0001] Executing command: smartctl -x -j /dev/sdb    type=metrics
INFO[0003] Publishing smartctl results for 0x5000c50066215c45  type=metrics
INFO[0003] Collecting smartctl results for sdc           type=metrics
INFO[0003] Executing command: smartctl -x -j /dev/sdc    type=metrics
INFO[0004] Publishing smartctl results for 0x5000c500c8f1320e  type=metrics
INFO[0004] Main: Completed                               type=metrics

 

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I need help deciphering what these attributes mean in scrutiny. I purchased two Seagate EXOS 8TB hard drives and one (my parity drive) shows failed Read Error Rate. Is this a comparison of data between my drive and Backblaze or is this actually failing? My smart reports all say PASSED. Given that this is my parity drive I would like to know before something really bad happens. 

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  • 4 weeks later...

The main page shows everything to look good: everything is green and says passed. I have to actually open each one to see any signs of problems -- such as a failed Reallocated Sectors Count. Is that expected behavior?  Seems like those failures and warnings should be out in front.

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  • 1 month later...

is there a way to schedule when it runs? am aware of the interval setting; but i would rather have a specific time (rather than just an offset) so it would run a short while after the mover. currently its spinning up my disks in awkward times.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Hello,

I have a problem with my scrutiny in docker, it recognizes my seagate disks and my nvme  and  WD disk.but the S.M.M.A.RT is failed for this last (WD) Has anyone already had this problem or has a solution. I am not unraid but with a synology (dsm) but I don't think that's a problem.

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