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Dead drive


They're dead, Dave

I woke-up to find an email from my NAS saying:

Dear user,

Storage pool 1 (SHR, ext4) on P3000 has degraded (total number of drives: 3; number of active drives: 2).

Information of the drives in abnormal status is shown below: Drive 10 Model: ST4000DM004-2CV104 Serial number: WFN2XYEG

Several reasons may result in storage pool degradation. Please go to Storage Manager > Storage Pool to understand the cause of degradation, or refer to this article to learn how to repair the storage pool.

Oops

That drive isn't even six months old.

When I check in the Storage Manager, it says that it has crash. Oh dear.

Off to PB Tech for a replacement, not swap the drive, add the drive back into the storage pool and … time passes (12 hours or so) … the new drive is integrated into the pool, and it all works. Pretty seamless and painless (except having to go out to get a new drive).

I love redundancy.

If you webmention this page, please let me know the URL of your page.

BTW: Your webmention won't show up until I next "build" my site.

Show all the shares aka https://keithjgrant.com/posts/2019/01/low-friction-workflow-for-notes/