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Can A Bad SMART "raw Read Error Rate" Ever Cause Reboots?

Now this RMAed one has this situation going on. Really good work.  next page → Home Categories FAQ/Guidelines Terms of Service Privacy Policy Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled Support Downloads Knowledge Base German Spanish Italian French Welcome In this case, you will need to select a passive port range (in most cases, a small range of 10 to 20 ports will do) and forward it from your router Is there a way I can verify if my memory is good?

SMART tends to err on the safe side. It is perfectly safe. the ioSafe R4 BitTorrent client will appear as "BitTorrent SDK 2.0" to other clients. Contact ioSafe Customer Service before taking furhter steps to correct this issue. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/can-a-bad-smart-raw-read-error-rate-ever-cause-reboots.760439/

The scrub checks all the data in the pool, and if it does encounter a URE it can heal itself, correct? Here's your prize - a FREE trial of Backblaze Personal Backup. Assign a static IP address to the ioSafe R4, and set your PC with a static IP in the same subnet.

For more information on passive FTP, go here: http://slacksite.com/other/ftp.html I get errors when I try to issue FTP commands. i only tested the black drive on idle though (Win 7 X64) Its not a fair benchmark unless you kill as much **bleep** as possible, so many variables etc.. [ 89f41790c04a397ac2e9aa4cf7cf0afb.png594x521 If the drive fails the diagnostic you should backup your data immediately and replace the drive. #8 FlyingPenguin, May 9, 2005 Jeff7 Lifer Joined: Jan 4, 2001 Messages: 41,589 Likes Where can I find more information on the ioSafe R4?

Main: FreeNAS 9.10.1-U4 Supermicro X11SSM-F with Intel Core i3-6300 and 1*16GB Samsung ECC DDR4 2133MHz 6 * WD30EFRX WD Red 3TB in RAIDZ2 and 1*120GB SanDisk SSD (boot) Sharkoon Reefiasty Do not replace the drive just yet. The firmware installation will begin from that point. Worst value is 4 and threshold is 51.This is an unusual situation because it looks like your hard disk, in the past, failed the S.M.A.R.T.

The ioSafe R4 supports drive hot-swapping, so you can replace each disk online. As is the true Manufacture date. The "rev B" NV also utilizes the same NV+ power supply. You admin password will reset to 'iosafe1'.

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This figure rolls over to 0 once the count reaches about 250 million." The WD engineer's statement is identical except that he deleted the words "and HER" (he also did not During this time you ran a HD Tune read benchmark. I dont know what is wrong with it. Attribute : Raw Read Error Rate User Name Remember Me?

There will be a 10-minute window where you can use RAIDar to change the RAID mode and/or select the snapshot reserved space. Long version: System: Supermicro X10SLH-F-O Xeon E3-1231 v3 4 x 8GB Samsung ECC Memory (from Supermicro's compatibility list) 6 x 4TB Western Digital Reds (WD40EFRX) Seasonic 460W Fanless (SS-460FL2 Active PFC Have you run chkdsk to scan your partitions ? More dead drives?

How do I backup users' private home folders in Domain security mode? Nowadays they are only available to WD's "Solid State Storage Partners". Earlier RAIDiator releases do not support disk spindown. xkm121 2012-12-30 18:14:34 UTC #5 I have tried multiple sata cables---with clips and without; has 90 degree bent and straight.  I have tried SATA port from 1 to 6.

but i'm curious where are you getting these smart values from ? From that point on you lose about 10% of that remaining lot each year. Should I be worried if there is no other indication of drive trouble?

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WD10EARS 2012-12-31 20:28:50 UTC #8 I posted my benchmark picture in here already a few weeks ago i think it was. Note that Anonymous FTP is the only mode available in Share mode. I believe all WD Black drives still implement the 500GB platter tech so far. Then we, and the rest of the storage community, could examine the data and figure out what’s going on with the drives.

I took my PC apart and cleaned it completely so there should be no trace of ANY dirt inside my case now. First, make sure the disk is at least as large as the smallest disk in the existing X-RAID volume. Mac users typically prefer AFP over CIFS due to better support for extended character sets and better resource fork handling. Can I attach a USB 2.0 Hub to the ioSafe R4 USB Port?

If the volume is not encrypted and/or ioSafe cannot recover the encrypted volume with our internal recovery tools, we can contract with our forensic recovery partner, DriveSavers, if a SAS 70 From there, open the WebClient service, stop it, and also select the option to disable it at startup. ioSafe will attempt to keep such information confidential. In case it helps anybody.

When you replace each of the smaller disks with the larger disk capacity, X-RAID will expand itself to utilizing all the space from these larger disks. Does the ioSafe R4 support scheduled power on and off? Download the ioSafe R4 firmware to your PC and perform a local update from FrontView. Badblocks found no errors in 8 passes.

And many SATA drives too. The NV+ now uses a fanless power supply with updated components that can withstand the higher temps.