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  1. Yeah I had some issues. They haven't happened since I switched over to the intel chip SAS ports though. Which ones are you using?
  2. Switching the SATA ports has led to a stable configuration, at least for the last two days. Does anyone know what the issue with those Marvell controllers is, and if it will be fixed?
  3. My motherboard is set to Smart Fan but it never changes the fan speed, that's why I wrote the script. I need to check mine, but which BIOS version are you running? I'm wonering if there was an update that perhaps fixed this. Either way, the Case Fans aren't controllable based on temperature as far as I can tell...
  4. Okay thanks, I'll have a go when I get access to the PC later tonight.
  5. Ah okay, I need to rebuild my array now because disk 1 has the red x next to it. I'm assuming that if I move the disks across to different SATA ports, I'll lose all my data, unless I have a fully working array and move them one at a time with a rebuild between disk moves?
  6. That parity drive has had those two reallocated sectors for a few years IIRC. I've been keeping an eye on it since i noticed, and it's never gone up, so it wasn't something I worried about. I just can't work out why it would be freezing the way it is, other than the age of the disks. The cache and parity disks are attached to the onboard controller, the other two are connected via the marvell chip. Due to the restrictions in the case, it'd be a bit of a pain to move them over to the other intel SCU connectors on the board, but it could be done. Is the marvell chip known to cause issues?
  7. Are they the same as the two sets of diagnostics files i've attached in the two .zip files on my original post?
  8. System Hangs completely and is unrecoverable except for hard reset. Viewing the logs it looks like I have disk issues. Unfortunately, two of the disks are very old, but they were all I had at the time. One disk (I believe it is ata7 in the FCP_Syslog) is brand new. When the system hangs, the hard drive indicator light is stuck on, the system loses all network connectivity (except IMPI, which is handled by the BMC chip), and is unresponsive to local commands. The local monitor also scrolls too fast to read with "XXX printk messages dropped". I unplugged the sata and power cables and replugged them in all the drives, however, this only occurs when the mover is running overnight. I've left FCP in troubleshooting mode on a few occassions and attached the logs that actually had data, and and image of the local monitor scrolling. Are my disks just too old to use, or could it be something more sinister with the motherboard? UnRaid Log - 2017-04-18.zip UnRaid Logs - 2017-04-21.zip
  9. I had a major headache trying to get the IPMI Plugin's fan control to work with this motherboard. After a lot of messing, and reading of forums, it appears that this motherboard isn't supported. After more forums however, I managed to write my own bash script to control the CPU and Case Fan speeds based on CPU and Hard Drive temperature. This is my first ever bash script, so I'm sure it's messy and badly written, and full of exploitable holes, but it does the job. It's based off of another script that was written by another forum member, and I have mentioned him in the script. Thanks to his initial efforts, and those of others (also linked in the script) I managed to cobble together the raw IPMI commands that are needed to control fan speeds based on temperatures. I run this as a cron job every minute, and it keeps the server quiet when operating normally, and spins up the fans as needed under load. The reason I needed this on this particular motherboard is because the BIOS Smart Fan setting will set the CPU Fans to 400 RPM regardless of what temperature the CPU is at. I hope this helps. If anyone has questions, I'll do my best to help answer. Also, if this is in the wrong section of the forum, then my apologies, and I'll move to where it's supposed to be! #!/bin/bash # unraid_array_fan.sh v0.4 # v0.1 First try at it. # v0.2: Made a small change so the fan speed on low doesn't fluctuate every time the script is run. # v0.3: It will now enable fan speed change before trying to change it. I missed # it at first because pwmconfig was doing it for me while I was testing the fan. # v0.4: Corrected temp reading to "Temperature_Celsius" as my new Seagate drive # was returning two numbers with just "Temperature". # v0.4.1: Implemented for IPMI on EP2C602. Original Script by xamindar. Many thanks. # See https://forums.lime-technology.com/topic/5375-temperature-based-fan-speed-control/ # Also see http://lime-technology.com/oldforum/index.php?topic=39238.25 for the discovery # of the required raw bytes to send using IMPI-Raw. # # A simple script to check for the highest hard disk temperatures in an array # or backplane and then set the fan to an apropriate speed. Fan needs to be connected # to motherboard with pwm support, not array. Also checks CPU temperatures and sets # CPU Fan Speeds for motherboards with questionable ability to control it themselves. # # DEPENDS ON:grep,awk,smartctl,hdparm,ipmi-raw ### VARIABLES FOR USER TO SET ### # Amount of drives in the array. Make sure it matches the amount you filled out below. NUM_DRIVES=4 # unRAID drives that are in the array/backplane of the fan we need to control HD[1]=/dev/sdb HD[2]=/dev/sdc HD[3]=/dev/sdd HD[4]=/dev/sde # Temperatures to change fan speed at # Any temp between OFF and HIGH will cause fan to run on low speed setting FAN_MIN_TEMP=30 # Anything between this and 32 - fan is 24. Below this, fan is 16 FAN_LOW_TEMP=35 # Anything between this and 34 - fan is 32 FAN_MID_TEMP=40 # Anything between this and 36 - fan is 48 FAN_HIGH_TEMP=45 # Anything above this - fan is 64 CPU_MIN_TEMP=30 # Anything between this and 35- fan is 24. Below this, fan is 16 CPU_LOW_TEMP=35 # Anything between this and 40 - fan is 32 CPU_MID_TEMP=40 # Anything between this and 45 - fan is 48 CPU_HIGH_TEMP=45 # Anything above this - fan is 64 # IPMI Raw Command to run. For the EP2C602 there are two commands used to set various # fan speeds. These two commands are both set below. Replace with the appropriate raw # commands for your MotherBoard. IPMI_RAW_1="ipmi-raw 00 3a 01" IPMI_RAW_2="ipmi-raw 00 3a 11" # IPMI_RAW_1 Format: ipmi-raw 00 3a 01 CPU_1_OVERRIDE CPU_1 REAR_1 FRONT_1 FRONT_2 UNKNOWN # # IPMI_RAW_2 Format: ipmi-raw 00 3a 11 CPU_2_OVERRIDE CPU_2 REAR_2 UNKNOWN # # IMPI Fan speeds are defined as values between 00 and 64, where 00 is Off, and 64 is Max speed. ### END USER SET VARIABLES ### # Program variables - do not modify HIGHEST_TEMP=0 CURRENT_DRIVE=1 CURRENT_TEMP=0 CPU_1_TEMP=0 CPU_2_TEMP=0 CPU_1_OVERRIDE=01 CPU_2_OVERRIDE=01 CPU_1_FAN=32 CPU_2_FAN=32 REAR_FAN=32 FRONT_FAN=32 UNKNOWN_FAN=64 # While loop to get the highest temperature of active drives. # If all are spun down then high temp will be set to 0. while [ "$CURRENT_DRIVE" -le "$NUM_DRIVES" ] do SLEEPING=$(hdparm -C ${HD[$CURRENT_DRIVE]} | grep -c standby) if [ "$SLEEPING" == "0" ]; then CURRENT_TEMP=$(smartctl -d ata -A ${HD[$CURRENT_DRIVE]} | grep -m 1 -i Temperature_Cel | awk '{print $10}') if [ "$HIGHEST_TEMP" -le "$CURRENT_TEMP" ]; then HIGHEST_TEMP=$CURRENT_TEMP fi fi #echo "${HD[$CURRENT_DRIVE]} Temp = $CURRENT_TEMP" ((CURRENT_DRIVE++)) done #echo "Highest temp is: $HIGHEST_TEMP" # Get the temperature of CPUs. CPU_1_TEMP=$(ipmimonitoring | grep 'CPU_AP1' | awk '{print substr($10,0,2)}') CPU_2_TEMP=$(ipmimonitoring | grep 'CPU_BSP1' | awk '{print substr($10,0,2)}') #echo "CPU 1 Temp is $CPU_1_TEMP" #echo "CPU 2 Temp is $CPU_2_TEMP" # Select Case Fan Speed if [ "$HIGHEST_TEMP" -lt "$FAN_MIN_TEMP" ]; then REAR_FAN=16 FRONT_FAN=16 elif [ "$HIGHEST_TEMP" -lt "$FAN_LOW_TEMP" ]; then REAR_FAN=24 FRONT_FAN=24 elif [ "$HIGHEST_TEMP" -lt "$FAN_MID_TEMP" ]; then REAR_FAN=32 FRONT_FAN=32 elif [ "$HIGHEST_TEMP" -lt "$FAN_HIGH_TEMP" ]; then REAR_FAN=48 FRONT_FAN=48 else REAR_FAN=64 FRONT_FAN=64 fi if [ "$HIGHEST_TEMP" -lt 0 ]; then REAR_FAN=64 FRONT_FAN=64 echo "Something is wrong! - Maximising Fan Speed!!!" fi #Select CPU Fan Speed i=1 while [ $i -le 2 ] do COMBINEDTEMP="CPU_${i}_TEMP" COMBINEDFAN="CPU_${i}_FAN" if [ "${!COMBINEDTEMP}" -lt "$CPU_MIN_TEMP" ]; then eval "$COMBINEDFAN=16" elif [ "${!COMBINEDTEMP}" -lt "$CPU_LOW_TEMP" ]; then eval "$COMBINEDFAN=24" elif [ "${!COMBINEDTEMP}" -lt "$CPU_MID_TEMP" ]; then eval "$COMBINEDFAN=32" elif [ "${!COMBINEDTEMP}" -lt "$CPU_HIGH_TEMP" ]; then eval "$COMBINEDFAN=48" else eval "$COMBINEDFAN=64" FRONT_FAN=64 REAR_FAN=64 fi if [ "${!COMBINEDTEMP}" -lt 0 ]; then eval "$COMBINEDFAN=64" echo "Something is wrong! - Maximising Fan Speed!!!" fi ((i++)) done #Send IMPI Commands CMD="$IPMI_RAW_1 $CPU_1_OVERRIDE $CPU_1_FAN $REAR_FAN $FRONT_FAN $FRONT_FAN $UNKNOWN_FAN" # echo "IPMI COMMAND ONE: $CMD" eval $CMD CMD="$IPMI_RAW_2 $CPU_2_OVERRIDE $CPU_2_FAN $REAR_FAN $UNKNOWN_FAN" # echo "IPMI COMMAND TWO: $CMD" eval $CMD echo "IPMI Fan Control Update Complete."
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