[nas-2000] Re: new firmware from raidsonic: 2.3.2.IB.2.RS.1

  • From: "flipstar@xxxxxxx" <flipstar@xxxxxxx>
  • To: nas-2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 22:28:19 +0200

What does /var/log/message say???

Or login via ssh and run

cat /proc/kmsg

then start you file transfer


Codebotcher schrieb:
> Hi Nils,
> I had similar issues with my first NAS-2000. Whenever I uploaded a
> bigger amount of data, the NAS hang up and I were not able to access it
> any longer. Even ssh did not respond. The only way out of this was to
> reset the NAS by switching it off and on again.
> I couldn't say that there was a "critical data mass" that caused this
> problem. It just happened from time to time and I were not able to
> reproduce the effect with the same file for a second time.
> Beside that, the effect was independent from the transfer protocol I
> used. It happened with samba, ftp, as well as nfs. I tried several
> different firmware versions but all of them froze at a certain point.
> Further investigation showed that this problem did occur more often when
> the fan was completely switched-off and only occasionally with the fan
> running in position "high". That led me to the suspicion that the unit
> was suffering from a thermal problem. I reported this issue to the
> technical service of Raidsonic and asked for advise but never got an
> answer. I have to admit that I'm quite disappointed about this fact... :-(
> After this I contacted the mail-order shop where I bought the unit from
> and they asked me to send it back for further investigations. I got a
> replacement unit within the week which works fine for me now and without
> any trouble!
> One thing that I have noticed is that the first NAS had a small
> aluminium heat-sink glued on top of the CPU. The replacement that I have
> got doesn't have this heat-sink, though. I'm not sure from which
> revision Raidsonic started installing these little thingies. It might
> well be possible that the unit I got as a replacement is older than the
> first one, as it was not brand-new, but a refurbished used one. However
> it works and I'm quite satisfied.
> Maybe your unit has a similar problem? Can you run it open with the fan
> running in "high" position and maybe the top cover taken off?
> Cheers,
> Stefan
> Nils Potthoff schrieb:
> [..]
>> Nils
>> PS: I often have problems to upload greater amount of data per samba. While 
>> the transfer it hangs and finaly the transmission as aborted. Has anyone 
>> ideas why?

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