Author Topic: TS-XE4.0TL never finishes RAID ARRAY check when initiated via GUI  (Read 463 times)

Jerry1977

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Not sure if this is issue with the HDD's or with the unit itself but I was trying to initiate RAID check on the system and that never went through. Progress shown in GUI only shows spinnning wheel and no other data. Also I've had this on like for 7 days before I cut off the power. It seems that unit boot's fine without issues and it's operational.

Noticed that before the RAID check runs and I was able to get access to log via GUI it triggered kernelmon: cmd=micon_interrups messages
Attached is couple of the entries that displa's that also boot up log after I manually power cycled device. I have tried to limit RAID check to medium speed which is now showing 15000 instead of 30000 but not sure if that's the case.

RAID size is 5.5TB which has 4 Seagate ST33000650NS HDD's. I don't see any errors on the RAID 10 as it shown Status normal.

Jan 27 08:36:37 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 3 times
Jan 27 08:36:51 NAS-BUFFALO linkstation: cron.sh : logrotate.status is fine.
Jan 27 08:36:58 NAS-BUFFALO S40B_update_notifications.sh: deleting old settings...
Jan 27 08:36:58 NAS-BUFFALO S40B_update_notifications.sh: deleting old settings...
Jan 27 08:36:58 NAS-BUFFALO twonky: Media Server script is begun. type=start
Jan 27 08:36:59 NAS-BUFFALO S40B_update_notifications.sh: deleting old settings...
Jan 27 08:36:59 NAS-BUFFALO S40B_update_notifications.sh: checking and registering to cron...
Jan 27 08:37:00 NAS-BUFFALO twonky: Media Server setting is off
Jan 27 08:37:01 NAS-BUFFALO S40B_update_notifications.sh: starting f/w cheking process ...
Jan 27 08:37:03 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: cmd=micon_interrupts
Jan 27 08:37:06 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 2 times
Jan 27 08:37:09 NAS-BUFFALO S40B_update_notifications.sh: step1 result=0
Jan 27 08:37:09 NAS-BUFFALO S40B_update_notifications.sh: version_is_latest
Jan 27 08:37:09 NAS-BUFFALO S40B_update_notifications.sh: deleting from lcd...
Jan 27 08:37:10 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: cmd=micon_interrupts
Jan 27 08:37:11 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: cmd=micon_interrupts
Jan 27 08:37:13 NAS-BUFFALO root: linkstation
Jan 27 08:37:18 NAS-BUFFALO hdd_raid_syncspeed.sh: /dev/md0 sync speed max is setted to 50000
Jan 27 08:37:18 NAS-BUFFALO hdd_raid_syncspeed.sh: /dev/md1 sync speed max is setted to 50000
Jan 27 08:37:18 NAS-BUFFALO hdd_raid_syncspeed.sh: /dev/md10 sync speed max is setted to 50000
Jan 27 08:37:18 NAS-BUFFALO hdd_raid_syncspeed.sh: /dev/md2 (raid1) sync speed max is setted to 30000
Jan 27 08:37:18 NAS-BUFFALO hdd_raid_syncspeed.sh: /dev/md3 (raid1) sync speed max is setted to 30000
Jan 27 08:37:19 NAS-BUFFALO linkstation: #[miconapl.mcon_get_version] mcon_version=TS-XEL    Ver1.1
Jan 27 08:37:30 NAS-BUFFALO libsys: USB chip is found! and looks like work well.
Jan 27 08:37:34 NAS-BUFFALO linkstation: 1.72-0.01 2017/12/18 12:36:45 started!
Jan 27 08:37:44 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: cmd=PSW_on
Jan 27 08:38:02 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: cmd=raidrecovery 1 0 0 1 8 50
Jan 27 08:38:07 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: lcd_error_man.sh array0_raid_error off(old error code)
Jan 27 08:38:14 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: cmd=raidrecovery 10 1 1 1 8 53
Jan 27 08:38:19 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: lcd_error_man.sh array0_raid_error off(old error code)
Jan 27 08:38:26 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: cmd=raidrecovery 10 0 0 1 8 53
Jan 27 08:38:27 NAS-BUFFALO errormon[1830]: Information situation cleared! System       I01Self Checking
Jan 27 08:38:31 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: lcd_error_man.sh array0_raid_error off(old error code)
Jan 27 08:38:38 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: cmd=micon_interrupts
Jan 27 08:39:34 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 7 times
Jan 27 08:40:36 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 5 times
Jan 27 08:42:09 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 3 times
Jan 27 08:42:09 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 3 times
Jan 27 08:42:47 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 4 times
Jan 27 08:43:03 NAS-BUFFALO hdd_raid_syncspeed.sh: /dev/md2 (raid1) sync speed max is setted to 15000
Jan 27 08:43:03 NAS-BUFFALO hdd_raid_syncspeed.sh: /dev/md3 (raid1) sync speed max is setted to 15000
Jan 27 08:44:31 NAS-BUFFALO kernelmon: cmd=micon_interrupts
Jan 27 08:47:35 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 6 times
Jan 27 08:59:57 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 2 times
Jan 27 09:00:01 NAS-BUFFALO last message repeated 3 times
Jan 27 09:00:01 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.08 0.25 0.43 : CPU Utilization= 26%
Jan 27 09:21:03 NAS-BUFFALO linkstation: [Success] Sync to ntp server
Jan 27 09:30:01 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.09 0.24 0.30 : CPU Utilization= 20%
Jan 27 10:00:01 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.54 0.19 0.14 : CPU Utilization= 18%
Jan 27 10:30:01 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.01 0.00 0.05 : CPU Utilization= 15%
Jan 27 11:00:02 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.00 0.00 0.00 : CPU Utilization= 13%
Jan 27 11:30:01 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.00 0.00 0.00 : CPU Utilization= 11%
Jan 27 12:00:01 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.01 0.04 0.00 : CPU Utilization= 10%
Jan 27 12:21:02 NAS-BUFFALO linkstation: [Success] Sync to ntp server
Jan 27 12:30:01 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.00 0.00 0.00 : CPU Utilization= 9%
Jan 27 13:00:01 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.00 0.00 0.00 : CPU Utilization= 9%
Jan 27 13:30:02 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.05 0.04 0.01 : CPU Utilization= 8%
Jan 27 14:00:01 NAS-BUFFALO nas_status.sh: loadavg= 0.00 0.01 0.00 : CPU Utilization= 8%