Re: Problem with SATA raid
On Mon, 9 Oct 2006, Andrea Ganduglia wrote:
> Hi. I have a strong problem with my server, and I think it depends from SATA
> disk or SATA controller or SATA cable or other thing in this way. Now I
> will describe my hardware and than what problem happens.
> == HARDWARE ==
> - Mother board SuperMicro X6DAi-G2
> - 2x CPU XEON Dual Core 2.8Ghz
> - 4GB RAM KingStone
> - 6 x Disk SATA Maxtor 300GB
> - PCI Serial ATA Controller (4 port) ChipSet SiI 3114
> - VGA Asus (nVidia) N6200TC
> Machine have 2 raid software.
> - md0 is RAID 0 (5 disk + 1 spare) 28 GiB
> - md1 is RAID 5 (5 disk + 1 spare) 789 GiB
> == PROBLEM ==
> On this machine I have installed RedHad and recently Debian Sarge with kernel
> 2.6 smp, but for my problem distro or kernel appears no different. After small
> uptime - approximately 10-14 days - machine freeze and tty1 said:
> * ata1: command 0x35 timeout, stat 0xd0 host_stat 0x61
> * scsi0: error on channel 0, id 1, lun 0, CDB: write (10) 00 03 7d fe bf 00 \\
> * 00 08 00
> * current sdb: sense key Medium error Additional sense: write error - auto \\
> * reallocation failed
> * end_request: i/o error, dev sdb, sector 5858863
> * ATA: abnormal status 0xD0 on port 0x1F7
> No errors are reported into syslog. Local or remote login are disabled, but
> machine reply to ping message.
> In past months I have replaced SATA cable, sdb and PCI controller, operative
> system and kernel, but situation is not change. Now I think that the problem
> lives on mother board controller or in bios configurations or in exotic magic
> bad lucky.
> Can you (or someone) help me?
> Andrea -
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Could it be the disks themselves?
Please post the following output:
smartctl -d -a /dev/sda
Where sda represents the disk(s) in question.