berobispo

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  1. ...installed the JMS Firmware upgrade to be on the safe side and it seems I did not have the current version. See output of smartctl -a /dev/sdb1 below: === START OF INFORMATION SECTION === Vendor: JMicron Product: Generic Revision: 3101 Compliance: SPC-4 User Capacity: 4,000,787,030,016 bytes [4.00 TB] Logical block size: 512 bytes Physical block size: 4096 bytes LU is fully provisioned Logical Unit id: 0x3001234567891234 Serial number: 0123456789ABCDEF Device type: disk Local Time is: Tue Jan 29 11:45:38 2019 UTC SMART support is: Unavailable - device lacks SMART capability. Serial Number has changed, still no luck getting through to the HDD... EDIT: solved it! smartctl -a /dev/sdb1 gives the result pf the JMicron bridge, smartctl -a /dev/sdb1 -d sat gives the results of the HDD.
  2. Hi all! I am running a nextcloud server on an odroid HC2 and a 4 TB WD red HDD. So far, so good (thanks again @Igor for the quick help with the kernel downgrade!). And since I have bought the sbc recently, I do not seem to have the older firmware version with the HDD "emergency power down" bug, i.e. I haven't heard clacking sound from the HC2. Today, I set HDD spindown to 1 hour via hdparm (wd red does not support apm) because the HDD would spin down after about three minutes on its own. The HDD does not seem to apply these settings, so I installed smartmontools to check the HDD in general. Only to find that: smartctl -a /dev/sdb1 gives this: === START OF INFORMATION SECTION === Vendor: JMicron Product: Revision: 3101 Compliance: SPC-4 User Capacity: 4,000,787,030,016 bytes [4.00 TB] Logical block size: 512 bytes Physical block size: 4096 bytes LU is fully provisioned Logical Unit id: 0x3042000000000132 Serial number: DB00000000013B Device type: disk Local Time is: Tue Jan 29 11:03:47 2019 UTC SMART support is: Unavailable - device lacks SMART capability. To seems, it seems the JMicron USB-SATA Bridge prohibits armbian from seeing the actual HDD. Any way to fix this? Thanks!
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    no network after boot odroidhc2

    didn't change cables... downgrading the kernel did the trick! Thanks!
  4. berobispo

    no network after boot odroidhc2

    oh, thanks! That was quick! which cables? the ethernet cable? So, it is rather unlikely the fstab entry with the 4tb hdd? I thought maybe the hdd is "too big" and checking the filesystem causes problems... EDIT: And how do I fix the network/downgrade the kernel? The migration is not finished yet, so downloading new image etc. wouldn't be a big problem. Should I do just that?
  5. Hi! recently bought a HC2 from hardkernel to migrate my nextcloud from a raspberry pi 3b. HDD is a WD red 4 TB. armbian stretch with the 4.19 kernel, downloaded from armbian.com (Armbian_5.69_Odroidxu4_Debian_stretch_next_4.19.14). My problem: after boot (sudo reboot now or sudo shutdown -r), no possibility to login, i.e. angryip scanner doesn't show the hc2, putty times out when trying to connect. All LEDs are lit or pulsate respectively. I have to physically disconnect the power supply and reboot, then I can easily login. This is probably not very healthy for the hdd (or the sd card..., although with the ro option and zram, not much is being written to the boot section anyway, right?) I speculated that the hc2 has a problem with the 4tb hdd when booting and added the nofail option to /etc/fstab, but this doesn't do the trick. Any help is greatly appreciated. I really like the hc2 formfactor and after having used nextcloud on the raspberry pi for 12 months now, I'd like to upgrade to a more powerful board, but this problem seems like a dealbreaker if I can't fix it. EDIT: I corrected the used image, I actually had the 4.19 installed!