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  1. [server] Re: Trying out 16.0.4.1 LTS server installation

    I got it from the Ubuntu download page, server image link. I'll go look for the exact link.
    It is a server image install with no GUI - just the standard utilities and ssh server selected on...
  2. [server] Re: Trying out 16.0.4.1 LTS server installation

    0000:05:00.0 enp5s0: renamed from eth0
    0000:06:00.0 enp6s0: renamed from eth1


    eth0 is renamed enp5s0 comes up at boot.
    eth1 is renamed enp6s0.

    Everything for eth0 and eth1 look identical...
  3. [server] Re: Trying out 16.0.4.1 LTS server installation

    DNS is supplied on the primary interface -- the interface in question is a physically segregated backup-traffic only network and won't have access to a DNS server.
    Would that line still be required?
  4. [server] Re: Trying out 16.0.4.1 LTS server installation

    Thank you for moving the thread.
  5. [server] Trying out 16.0.4.1 LTS server installation

    Loading up 16.04.1 on a headless test server to try out before using it for anything critical:



    0000:05:00.0 enp5s0: renamed from eth0


    Really? Is there really any technical advantage in...
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    [server] Re: 3.2 kernels on 14.04 LTS

    So I'm not the only one seeing this - that alleviates some of my concern.
    This is a 64bit 14.0 LTS server install with release-upgrade through to 14.04.

    I have removed all of the 3.2 kernel...
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    [server] 3.2 kernels on 14.04 LTS

    I just noticed while doing some house keeping that I have a couple of 14.04 LTS server installations with some 3.2 kernels.
    Just the images, no headers.
    The running kernel is 3.13.0-74.

    Why...
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    [all variants] Best supported trackball?

    My Logitech Trackman Wheel(s) are nearing end of life. Apparently because of a patent lawsuit Logitech lost they no longer produce an USB attached version of this.
    I use this through a KVM switch...
  9. [all variants] advice requested on cleanup of accumulated one-off backups

    This is a bit embarrassing to ask, because I know better than to do the very thing I have allowed to happen in my own personal space - I have accumulated a number of backups of various bits and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screwed again?

    Operating off hunches and guess work I have come up with this, and so far (knock on wood) has held up over changing back to the original enclosure which I thought to have a bad backplane port.

    The...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screwed again?

    This is what I have done so far:

    And keep in mind this is all SAS from controller right up to the drive.

    To identify the bad part, which at this point appears to the drive to backplane...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screwed again?

    After many hours of trial and error, I have identified a port on the backplane in the enclosure that appears to be failing.
    I would humbly submit that the default logging options with the various...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screwed again?

    Speaking of potential drive issues with this array, this array is the cleanest set of drives I have - not a single reallocated sector in the lot, knock on wood.
    I did find one drive with a...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screwed again?

    PSU swapped with a healthy one.

    Running fsck I do see some times where IO Wait is higher than 50%, where as most of the time it's 5% or less.
    During group summary information section of the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screwed again?

    Ugh, yea it is a bit old, but it's 12.04.5 LTS which is supported until 2017.
    I do need to upgrade it, but not in the middle of this.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screwed again?

    ureadahead error seems to be related to a mac client that mounts the space with a read only NFS export.
    Shutting that client (or NFS server altogether) removes the ureadahead issue. Or seems to at...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screwed again?

    Months of run time with no issues so far, the array enclosure and the server itself are on a UPS. Might be the power supply - anything is possible - but I doubt it at. In any event, what exactly...
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    [SOLVED] Screwed again?

    EXT4 file system on a RAID6 array in good health.
    I dismount, run fsck, clean the file system, remount and try to write another file and get the same error and journal abort.

    This is 16 2 TB...
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    [all variants] Re: Odd SMART data changes in seagate drive

    That's been my experience too -- reallocated sector count goes up, never down.

    I'm using badblocks -svw for the destructive testing, no seagate utility.




    Usage: badblocks [-b block_size]...
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    [all variants] Odd SMART data changes in seagate drive

    I have a now out of warranty Seagate 1.5TB SATA drive that is exhibiting some behavior I have never seen before.

    I typically monitor and track the 5 big failure indicators plus temperature:

    ...
  21. [all variants] Re: mhddfs mlimit seting not working with small files

    So, I'm filling this mhddfs volume using rsync and starting and stopping snapraid sync every once in while to not let the sync get too far behind.

    In the last few hours, when I stop the sync and...
  22. [all variants] mhddfs mlimit seting not working with small files

    I had so many things in that last thread, I thought it better to start another.
    This seems to be an ongoing exchange with RubyLaser anyway :P)

    I have been using rsync as a non-privileged user to...
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    [server] Re: mhddfs segfault

    Figured it out -- I think.
    So, mhddfs ignores the mlimit for the root account and will allow each drives to fill past the mlimit setting.
    Aside from this, I suspect any user doing writes on the...
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    [server] Re: mhddfs segfault

    Even with 20G available on the disk it complains about, it still fails.
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    [server] Re: mhddfs segfault

    Parity disk end with p0N and data disks end with dNN

    This is with a 10G mlimit for mhddfs.
    I'm trying again with a 15G limit.




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