meymarce

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  1. Did you follow https://wiki.kobol.io/helios64/software/zfs/install-zfs/ and also installed zfs-dkms ?
  2. I am having the issue that after some time running (like a day). Rebooting results in crashing during kernel loading. Than I have to hardreset the system and it boots. If I reboot right away again, no issue. I used to have quite a few stability issues, which are now all solved with the voltage fix applied. Running stock frequencies with on-demand. Anyone having any ideas? I hope the Kobol team is enjoying some time off though I still see you around. Keep recharging, you really deserve it.
  3. for 1) I would not call it a debian issue. It is more like a general Linux issue and has been addressed in the way there is /dev/disk/by-{id,partuuid,path,uuid} to reliably address the disks. for 3) the 10s is if I'd guess, to spin up the disks. Quick research shows me hdparm should be helpful. Never use that myself though. if your board is running stable in stock settings, then all cores will go to the lowest clock possible. Overall consumption in idle will be dominated by the spinning disks if they are running. Also check the wiki on consumption: https://wiki.
  4. I am having the same issue: though I wanna mention that I use Seagate drives. So the issue is not restricted to WD. I can reliably get it using a zfs scrub. Currently 4 disks are in use and it always happens on /dev/sdd, so disk 4. Disk 5 is the empty slot. I have read most of the comments but did anyone really succeed with a new power harness or the new firmware? [16218.668509] ata4.00: exception Emask 0x10 SAct 0x1000084 SErr 0xb80100 action 0x6 frozen [16218.668523] ata4.00: irq_stat 0x08000000 [16218.668530] ata4: SError: { UnrecovData 10B8B Dispar BadCRC LinkSeq } [16218.668539] ata