Re: A USB HDD is trouble outbreak in debian7.7
Thank you for the clarification.
I guess I misread those wikipedia pages. Reading it now, it looks like
maybe the page author was recommending booting the MAKAI distribution
on a PC to use as a base for installing the GLANTANK firmware?
And was GLANTANK supposed to be a customizable NAS, as I described it?
Or am I completely lost?
On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 10:53 AM, kinneko <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi, all.
> I think, the hardware of GLANTANK is obsolete.
> The useful life of this product was end.
> XScale can't get support of Intel and no one maintains that.
> Intel XScale IOP Linux
> MAKAI is unrelated to NAS and ARM.
> MAKAI is self-rebuildable LiveCD project.
> MAKAI supports x86, ONLY.
> It's Minimal system and not include NAS manager.
> This problem seems to have 2 problems.
> - XScale: The DMA function of XScale is not good. Intel failed to support it.
> - Hard drive: There may be also a problem with function of a JBOD controller.
> 2015-01-06 9:43 GMT+09:00 Joel Rees <email@example.com>:
>> GLANTANK is a gigabit version of LANTANK. IO-DATA's child company
>> Chousensha (Challenger) produced these in response to the Kurobako
>> (with which some here may be familiar).
>> These are customizable NAS units, apparently running a customized
>> debian (MAKAI -- MAKe Again ISO Image) internally.
>> LANTANK had an SH4 cpu, but the GLANTANK has an ARM (XScale).
>> On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 9:22 AM, Jun Itou <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> I managed debian 7 by the following constitution.
>>> Body) I-O DATA GLANTANK 2.0TB (500GB * 4 RAID0, iop32x)
>>> USB1) I-O DATA HDZ-UES 2.0TB (500GB * 4 JBOD)
>>> USB2) I-O DATA HDZ-UES 1.0TB (250GB * 4 JBOD)
>>> USB3) I-O DATA HDZ-UES 1.0TB (250GB * 4 JBOD)
>>> USB4) I-O DATA HDW-UE 1.0TB (500GB * 2 JBOD)
>>> After making 7.7 from debian 7.6, malfunction occurred.
>>> 1) A sector error occurs when I do mount and becomes the lead only
>>> 2) I fail in synchronization of the file system when I do fdisk
>>> I gave following tests to cut a problem into pieces.
>>> 1) I do operation same as GLANTANK in x64 environment whether it is a problem of the hardware.
>>> -> Because the same problem occurs with both, it is not peculiar to hardware.
>>> 2) I confirm whether it is the problem of the HDD of USB1 - 4 with the test tool of the HDD maker.
>>> -> Because the HDD of all passed a test, it is not a problem of USB1 - 4.
>>> 3) I do the same operation in Fedora whether it is a problem peculiar to debian.
>>> -> Because it reappeared in Fedora, I conclude it to be a problem of kernel.
>>> 4) I change a version of kernel on debian and do the same operation.
>>> -> 3.2.62 : It does not reappear
>>> 3.2.63 ~ : Reappear
>>> 3.18.0 ~ : Reappear
>>> 5) I report it to kernel.org and do the same operation after enforcement in the end run which there was of the answer.
>>> -> Please refer to https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=89511.
>> The summary here is that the GLANTANK seems not to like the
>> SYNCHRONIZE CACHE command.
>> 話をまとめると GLANTANK が SYNCHRONIZE CACHE の命令に応じないようです。
>> Alan Stern says that the kernel should be able to handle this in 3.18
>> or later, but Jun indicates that 3.18 does not handle it yet.
>> スターン氏によると、カーネルの 3.18 なら対処できるであろう、ということでした。その反面、 JunItou の結果はそうではなかった。
>>> It is to say that my USB HDD cannot support the change of this journal function in conclusion.
>>> I make kernel latest or seem to but make a USB HDD a different one if I continue managing it by the present constitution.
>>> I knew that it was not developed debian 8 for GLANTANK by a document.
>>> Because there is no help for it, I think to manage it without formating ext2, and using the journal function.
>>> ※In addition, one of file system is destroyed when an error happens as for this malfunction even once.
>>> I hope that it reappears and is not given a test with the contained HDD of important data.
>>> ※Because the funny grammar is machine translation; a pardon
>>> That's all.
>> I'm thinking that the best place to fix this would be in the MAKAI
>> community, but, as I check back in the Japanese list from last month,
>> it looks like Jun has already tried contacting them. And that
>> community seems to be an abandoned sourceforge.jp project, completely
>> untouched since 2010. And the Makai project doesn't seem to have a
>> place to post bugs.
>> 簡単に考えたら、 MAKAIのコミュニティに連絡した方が速い、かな？と思うけど、先月の日本のメールリスとを見直したら、もう、連絡されているのではないですか？それに、2010年からはプロジェクトが完全ほったらかしの様子ですね。さらに、バッグの窓口がなさそうです。
>> it appears that last month I seem to have found something that made it
>> look to me like the once-maintainer of MAKAI, kin-neko, has
>> more-or-less washed his hands of a ten-year-old project that never
>> developed a self-sustaining community. I don't remember where I found
>> that, however.
>> 先月の投稿に、僕がどこかで見つけた情報のため、 MAKAI管理者の kinneko
>> Anybody here in user, arm, or embedded (or d-japanese) have a suggestion?
>> Joel Rees
>> Be careful when you look at conspiracy.
>> Look first in your own heart,
>> and ask yourself if you are not your own worst enemy.
>> Arm yourself with knowledge of yourself, as well.