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Server constantly crashing under load, are my SSDs failing?

My system is locking up constantly under load, and this pops up in the journal during each reboot: May 02 21:24:34 fred smartd[1590]: Device: /dev/sdb [SAT], SMART Prefailure Attribute: 3 Spin_Up_Time ...
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Interpreting SMART Logs of Newly Installed NVMe RAID0 Crashing Everyday

An Ubuntu 20.04 system has been stable for a year until a 2nd and 3rd NVMe drive is installed on the motherboard to form a 2x1TB RAID0 array. Ever since then, there is huge amount of IO load on this ...
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Does this SMART result indicate brand new drive? [closed]

Bought a Seagate Exos 7e drive from an OEM reseller (no Seagate warranty). Are these SMART results valid for a drive that is supposed to be brand new?
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How Can I Understand this Vendor-Specific SMART Attribute?

There are two contexts for this question, a general and a specific. Generally, how does one find the meaning for vendor-specific S.M.A.R.T. attributes? I have searched the web high and low but found ...
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Relatively new WD Red Pro yielding ATA status: 41 (DRDY ERR), error: 40 (UNC ) on FreeBSD 12.2

I am running a TrueNAS server based on FreeBSD 12.2. I migrated the storage to 10 TB WD Red Pro. They're running for 42 days now. Out of the sudden, during a ZFS scrub, one of the disks yielded 5 ...
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Find errors on HDD, RAID, SSD, NVME with one program

Is there a software that can automatically find errors and failed disks, on any of these types of storage: mechanical HDD flash-storage like USB-sticks or SD-cards RAID SSD NVME I'm working with a ...
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S.M.A.R.T spin retry count

Monitoring the spin retry count of a 2-months-old HDD I don't fully trust (noise), I wonder: If "current" is 134, why is "worst" indicated as 100 and "threshold" as 30? ...
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Determining a hard disks failure based on S.M.A.R.T when its assesment shows as passed

I've been taking a look at some failed hard drives and confused over SMART and how it concludes its assessments as 'PASSED' for drives which get identified as failed by datacenter technicians. I've ...
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S.M.A.R.T. lifetime hours resetting to zero

I use S.M.A.R.T. selftest to test all of my hard drives and SSDs. I run a short test daily and a long test monthly. One of my SSD is showing odd behavior in that the lifetime hours seem to reset back ...
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SMART test failures on harddrive

i have probably problem on my system with SMART failures on my harddrive. There is used OS: SLES 11.2 i586. Problem is, that recently there appeared some errors in SMART print of status of my device (...
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Resetting SMART on an SSD (hours powered on)

We've been bitten by a known issue on SanDisk SSDs (Dell or HPE branded) where they hard fail after a certain number of hours powered on - 32768 or 40000 depending on the specific model. Is there a ...
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Understanding smartd

I have two servers that are set up exactly the same way (same SSD's, RAM etc.). They both have ESXI running on them. One of the boxes had a quest host that had a lot of complaints about writing to the ...
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(LVM) Moving data to a different physical volume within the same logical volume

I have a logical volume called storage. It contains two ~1TB physical volumes: /dev/sdc and /dev/sdd. smartctl -a /dev/sdd informs me that /dev/sdd is failing. I can still read data off it and I have ...
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Drive failing SMART self-test, but rewriting the affected server does not reallocate it

I have a drive (a Seagate Momentus 7200.4 2.5" 7200 rpm drive of 500 GB, device model ST9500420AS) which is behaving strangely. I know the answer is probably just "throw it away" but I'm curious to ...
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Does this SMART report indicate a bad disk?

On a remote server, I have 2x3TB drives set in raid 0 with SLI raid card. I tried to run SMART tests to see if drives have a problem because server become unresponsive and one drive had to be put back ...
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HDD spins up spuriously for no reason

I have four HDDs in my NAS. Three (Western Digital, all the same model) are put in standby mode (spin down) by hd-idle and they stay in standby until I use them. The reason I use hd-idle and not the ...
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HDD SMART interpretation

I need your opinion if the drive below is failing. When I run "smartctl -a /dev/sda -d megaraid,1", 2 errors are posted at the end of the output, stating "Error: WP at LBA". I don't see anything ...
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UDMA CRC SMART Reporting, Alternative Software/logs for Diag

* Update * As it turns out the human readable portion of SMART reporting numbers is pretty useless for the UDMA CRC errors and you just have to track the RAW value. After flushing through over a dozen ...
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Detect if hard drive SMART data has been reset

I want to detect if a hard drive's SMART data has been reset, e.g. by an unscrupulous vendor selling refurbished drives as new. Google shows page after page of results about techniques and tools for ...
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S.M.A.R.T. Attributes from OWC Mercury Rack Pro

I'm having difficulty getting SMART Attributes from drives in an OWC Mercury Rack Pro. I can successfully get all the drive info, but I get nothing past the START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION. It is ...
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How to derive bytes written from SMART's host_write_commands?

Using either smartctl 7.0 or nvme 1.7, I get the following data from the SMART log data_units_written : 350,371,149 host_write_commands : 2,974,115,785 Via smartctl, ...
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Unit for Total_LBAs_Written in SMART data

I have 3 machines with disks (actually, SSDs) in RAID1, purposely with different brands in an attempt to make it improbable to loose them both simultaneously due to wear-out. They are functional. ...
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SMART Extended self-test routine changes duration

I purchased a new Western Digital Elements 3TB a couple of weeks ago. As usual, I did all SMART tests, then badblocks, then SMART tests again. When I first got the drive, SMART showed this: Short ...
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Something's wrong w Fedora Core 31 gnome-disks; drops SMART data for unknown reason, THEN doesn't show available disks at all

As discussed here, I've been working to load a great many smaller disks' data to a larger storage repository. The system in question is Fedora Core Server 31 - out just a week ago or less. Of course, ...
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How to collect historical data using smartctl?

I'm trying to do some analysis on the SMART stats of disk drives. Unfortunately, I'm not collecting/storing smart stats data daily for the analysis. I will be writing some procedure to collect it from ...
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SMART - Understanding Offline Data Collection

I have two Kingston A400 120GB SSD as cache in a Synology NAS, which don't seem to support automatic offline data collection. # smartctl -d sat -c /dev/sdc | grep -i "Auto Offline data collection" ...
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Is there ready S.M.A.R.T monitoring toolkit for NVME disks (exporter,source,board)?

I already found node_exporter and grafana board for HDD S.M.A.R.T. Can You please get advice or url for ready exporter or other toolkit? I'm trying to wrote my own "messy" text exporter for ...
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Does calling storcli on a hard disk drive induce read/write latency?

I am calling storcli /c0/eall/sall show all on some 4TB Western Digital hard disk drives to get their SMART code status. When I do this it causes significant write latency to the disks, is that ...
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mdadm RAID5 random read errors. Dying disk?

First the long story: I have a RAID5 with mdadm on Debian 9. The Raid has 5 Disks, each 4TB of size. 4 of them are HGST Deskstar NAS, and one that came later is a Toshiba N300 NAS. In the past days I ...
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Tests with smartctl vs smartd

I am looking into setting up smartmontools. I'd like to control when the tests run. I was thinking of running: /usr/sbin/smartctl --test=short /dev/sdX (every week) /usr/sbin/smartctl --test=long /...
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OfflineUncorrectableSector & CurrentPendingSector emails - what should I do?

Running Centos 7: I've just done a yum update followed by a reboot on one of my servers, and when it came back up I got two emails: First: OfflineUncorrectableSector Device: /dev/sdb [SAT], 28 ...
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How can I change a SMART attribute value?

I have a drive which has signaled a SMART error (Current_Pending_Sector is 1) and I've run a "long offline test" against the drive which reported zero errors. This was after running a "short offline ...
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Is this disk about to die?

I have a WD Red 4 TB disk (WD40EFRX-68WT0N0, firmware 82.00A82) that is occasionally showing uncorrectable read errors in the SMART error log, e.g.: Error 43 [18] occurred at disk power-on lifetime: ...
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G-sense errors in new disks

I have a Synology DiskStation. It used to contain 3xTB drives, I now have 2xTB, 2x8TB drives. The old drives were "Seagate NAS" drives, the new ones are from the same(?) series, named "Ironwolf". The ...
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SMART error (CurrentPendingSector) detected on host

Smart is reporting the following error each day one one of my data centre server SSDs: This message was generated by the smartd daemon running on: host name: x DNS domain: x The following ...
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Current Pending Sector S.M.A.R.T

Hello I have a Linux Server mounted with BTRFS in RAID-1 and I would like that someone more expert than me could solve my doubts. I have 3 HDD of 6TB each, in one of them every so often smartd detects ...
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RAID 0 - disk failure probability - need help to verifying my experience [closed]

I have HP DL380 G7, with 8x300GB disks. The disks are not HP genuine, they are OEM. I configured RAID 0 for all disks, as i need speed and i have backup plans. within 1 month: 1 Disk threw SMART ...
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smartctl drive Media_Wearout_Indicator values outside normal bounds

I was attempting to put some monitoring in place to track the health of my SSD RAID on my production database. Normally I would expect a value of between 100 (new) and 0 (dead) for the ...
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Troubleshooting `Buffer I/O error` on software-raid/md-device

I've got a RAID-5 mdadm array that reliably causes Buffer I/O error on dev md0, logical block 1598030208, async page read to be written do dmesg when reading that block. Of course, the read also ...
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Smartd supress/change level for FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED

I'm using smartd to monitor drive health It started compaining about FAILURE PREDICTION THRESHOLD EXCEEDED for one drive, but I extensively tested that drive and it's fully functional That drive is ...
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S.M.A.R.T Power_On_Hours wrap around with Seagate Baracuda?

I have a well used Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 with 80 GB. The smart report shows Power_On_Hours 0x0032 094 094 000 Old_age Always - 5646 But that can't be right. ...
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SATA disks being identified as SCSI

I have two identical servers with same hardware and cloned Linux OS. They both have Supermicro HBA AOC-S3008L. Yet one server identifies SATA disks as SCSI while the other one correctly identifies ...
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HGST He8 S.M.A.R.T. test extended-self test polling time variability

I recently received a batch of 6 brand new HGST He8 drives and when running an initial long self-test on them, I noticed that the extended self-test routine recommended polling time exhibit a very ...
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How bad are Hardware_ECC_Recovered, Seek_Error_rate and Raw_read_error_rate for disks?

As I bought a second-hand like-new 10TB disk on Amazon for back-up purposes, I did a smart read which showed the disk had barely been used. The smart info was very confusing though, as Western ...
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ZFS keeps repairing the same disk when scrubbing - what does that mean?

I have a ZFS pool comprised of 6 disk, arranged in 3 stripped mirrors. The server is a Supermicro X11SSM-F with a Xeon CPU, 32 GB of ECC RAM running Ubuntu 17.04. I'm using 2 Icy Dock MB154SP-B to ...
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Filesystem set to read-only mode, which drive is faulty?

I woke up today to find out my CentOS server's filesystem has been set to read-only mode. I'm running RAID 1 on this server. # mkdir test mkdir: cannot create directory `test': Read-only file system ...
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How to interpret failure data provided by SMART and zfs

In a small server system, I have a zfs file system with a mirrored pair of consumer grade drives (Seagate Barracudas). Recently, during a periodic scrub operation the following result was given: ...
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Raw Read Error Rate for Intel SSDs

I've provisioned a few servers with a bunch of Intel S3610's and I'm a bit concerned about the "Raw Read Error Rate" values. The tools shows all drives as healthy and there are no other errors as ...
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smart long test - what is the performance impact on busy server?

I have a busy server with a RAID 1 setup. The application (runs in PHP) is very read/write intensive to the database (MariaDB). A cronjob runs smartctl short test every day and checks the output of ...
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Trouble Getting the smartd Attributes of a Western Digital 4TB HHD

I am trying to get the smartd attributes of a Western Digital 4TB HHD model WD4001FYYG-01SL3. I would like to get the following attributes: SMART 5 Reallocated Sectors Count SMART 187 Reported ...