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answered Cloud mapping experiment. Contact research@pdrlabs.net in the access logs
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accepted TCP works for a while, then fails, why?
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answered TCP works for a while, then fails, why?
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comment TCP works for a while, then fails, why?
I'll give that a try and see what comes of it.
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comment How do I figure out which drive is failing?
Thanks, that is what I was trying to find. I hate it when links aren't underlined are in a font that looks like normal text. Thank you.
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accepted How do I figure out which drive is failing?
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revised How can I use PFSense to make streaming videos suck?
my old title was a statement, not a question
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comment How do I figure out which drive is failing?
There are 3 sata controllers on this motherboard too....
Nov
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comment How do I figure out which drive is failing?
This is a rackmount case with a hot swap backplane. I've run smartctl test=short test on all the drives and ALL of them pass! I'll have to run the longer test over the weekend.
Nov
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comment How do I figure out which drive is failing?
Looks like the model # of the drive is in dmesg. How do I get to the /dev/sd? device, or to something that will physically identify which drive needs to be replaced, like a serial #? I have 6 drives of the same model in this machine.
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revised How do I figure out which drive is failing?
Added dmesg data
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comment How do I figure out which drive is failing?
Must be drive by shooting night.
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asked How do I figure out which drive is failing?
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asked TCP works for a while, then fails, why?
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comment How can I use PFSense to make streaming videos suck?
Part of the problem we have is that we are multi-homed, and we haven't gotten squid working well in that environment (with auto-failover). We can look into it some more though, if you have details on making it do auto-failover in a multi-home scenario, that info would be appreciated.