Aug 2 16:44:04 HPNAS1 kernel: ata2: hard resetting link
Aug 2 16:44:04 HPNAS1 kernel: ata2: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0)
Aug 2 16:44:04 HPNAS1 kernel: ata2: COMRESET failed (errno=-16)
CitizenPlain wrote:Reading back through this, there seems to be a commonality in our disks being erroneously reported as dead and the use of OSX.
Summary: (user: details)
bluewombie: Ultra 6 (not plus), OSX Snowleopard, AFP
imlucid: Pro Pioneer, OSX Snow Leopard and Leopard, Time Machine
citizenplain (me): Ultra 6 Plus, OSX Snow Leopard, AFP file transfer, Time Machine
evanhatesspam: Ultra 6 Plus
None of us have had abnormal results from any disk checks. All of us are having trouble with the Seagate ST2000DL003-9VT166 drives.
Didn't catch if user bluewombie has Time Machine enabled. Not sure how evanhatesspam is accessing his NAS.
I updated to the new firmware (RAIDiator-x86 4.2.16) recently, but haven't had a need to do a large file transfer since updating. The updates described in the change log for this version didn't sound like they specifically address this problem. We'll see if it makes a difference.
Anything I'm missing here or any other details we could add to this? Bluewombie, did you ever get anywhere with tech support?
PiddeP wrote:This has now happened again, but now disk 2 is still showing in Frontview as dead, without being present in the system! I can't make the system identify the slot as empty, and then re-sync as I insert the drive.
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