Unstable File Server
derek at computinginnovations.com
Wed Jun 25 15:08:39 UTC 2008
At 09:37 AM 6/25/2008, Marcel Grandemange wrote:
>If you see in forum I had replaced all cables with brand new ones, upgraded
>the PSU three times, and even tried multiple PCI controllers. The only place
>I have not picked up issues yet is with the aacd array, almost everything
>else has been giving issues on and off, however only under heavy data
>The drive im receiving the most issues from is also brand new and worked
>perfectly under windows.
>The 250gb Maxtor drive also works without hassels under windows.
>I have also recently replaced the DVD rom because for no apparent reason it
>started giving issues aswell.
>(Even though it wasn't in use or even mounted)
>I havant had issues with small drives, the boot drive has never reported any
>form of errors and I replaced the Maxtor 250 with an old 20gb Seagate to
>test and that worked flawlessly aswell.
>I have no idea anymore of what to do.
What RAID card are you using? Or is it built into the motherboard, in
which case what RAID chip is in use?
Is the older 20gb drive using the same drive interface?
>From: Tim Daneliuk [mailto:tundra at tundraware.com]
>Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 4:19 PM
>To: Marcel Grandemange
>Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
>Subject: Re: Unstable File Server
>Marcel Grandemange wrote:
> > Good day!
> > I hope someone might be able to assist me over here!
> > I have a multipurpose FreeBSD server, and one of the roles is being a file
> > server.
> > This role however seems to continuously bring the machine to it's knees.
> > I have tried seeking help elsewhere namely
> > http://www.daemonforums.org/showthread.php?t=980
> > But still can't seem to get this going. Id really appreciate some input,
> > thank you!
>Have you tried swapping out the drive cables with new/UDMA133 ones. Every
>time I think
>I've found a problem w/FBSD disk handling it ends up being the cables :)
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