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Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

rklunder
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ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue


Hostname: NAS
Model: ReadyNAS Pro Pioneer Edition [X-RAID2]
Serial: 001f33ea2aeb
Firmware: RAIDiator 4.2.27
Memory: 2048 MB [4-5-5-15 DDR2]
IPv4 address: 1: 192.168.1.9
IPv4 address: 2: Not Connected
Volume C: Online, X-RAID2, 6 disks, 18% of 7394 GB used


Problem events in a nutshell:
-System crashed replaced all drives, year later system was resyncing
-Reinstalled OS to attempt fix, after a while, system started resyncing drives again
-Factory reset, one drive finally listed as dead.
-Removed dead drive and tested disk in windows and with WD test software, It worked FINE!!!!!!!!
-Did factory reset, system did a re-sync which took a long time, during which it rebooted a lot, but it seemed ok after that finished (but i didnt test for long).
-Added new sixth drive, system re-stripped, and now it is re-syncing
-The health of all drives appear fine

The problem is it is taking forever to re-sync and the system is rebooting frequently. Is rebooting over and over normal for re-syncing (see log below)? Given the fact that it does not state Rebooting device each time, is my system crashing?

Cut and paste of front view log showing the constant rebooting:

Severity Date Message
Sat Oct 18 21:18:59 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 21:03:42 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 20:51:10 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 18:29:53 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 18:10:18 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 17:00:07 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 16:48:03 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 16:26:30 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 16:07:39 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 15:43:47 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 15:24:25 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 15:19:46 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 15:06:10 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 14:53:58 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 14:41:24 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 14:39:28 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 14:29:46 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 12:57:02 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 12:46:27 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 12:08:18 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 11:33:52 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 10:30:11 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 09:20:40 EDT 2014 RAID sync started on volume C.
Sat Oct 18 09:03:52 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 07:26:57 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 06:56:58 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 05:28:39 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 05:10:00 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 04:06:26 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 03:34:03 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 02:30:05 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 02:08:15 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 01:48:13 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 00:41:20 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 00:24:10 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sat Oct 18 00:13:11 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 23:54:44 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 23:41:06 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 23:23:45 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 23:11:32 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 23:04:51 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 22:41:13 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 22:23:26 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 21:46:52 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 21:34:16 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 20:51:20 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 20:36:32 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 20:24:42 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 20:11:17 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 19:51:37 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 19:21:44 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 19:02:11 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 18:38:29 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 18:36:42 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 18:25:14 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 18:10:41 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 18:02:04 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 17:48:25 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 17:24:47 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 17:04:04 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 15:43:01 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 15:14:31 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 14:58:20 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 14:31:44 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 13:45:46 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 13:26:11 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 13:00:01 EDT 2014 Volume expansion or migration started. Do not interrupt the system during this time. When finished, email notification will be sent to the alert contact list.
Fri Oct 17 12:57:53 EDT 2014 New disk detected. If multiple disks have been added, they will be processed one at a time. Please do not remove any added disk(s) during this time. [Disk 3]
Fri Oct 17 12:57:34 EDT 2014 A disk was removed from the ReadyNAS.
Fri Oct 17 12:57:34 EDT 2014 Disk removal detected. [Disk 3]
Fri Oct 17 12:55:48 EDT 2014 Volume expansion aborted because the new drive has data. To override and continue with the expansion, hot-remove the drive, wait 10 seconds, and hot-add the drive. [Disk 3]
Fri Oct 17 12:55:46 EDT 2014 Volume expansion or migration started. Do not interrupt the system during this time. When finished, email notification will be sent to the alert contact list.
Fri Oct 17 12:53:55 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 12:52:45 EDT 2014 Rebooting device...
Fri Oct 17 12:52:45 EDT 2014 Please close this browser session and use RAIDar to reconnect to the device. System rebooting...
Fri Oct 17 12:49:47 EDT 2014 RAID sync finished on volume C.
Fri Oct 17 05:29:41 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 04:07:40 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 03:33:05 EDT 2014 System is up.
Fri Oct 17 00:46:36 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 21:30:39 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 21:16:32 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 18:10:13 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 17:52:55 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 17:22:45 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 17:15:34 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 17:08:01 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 16:37:43 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 15:57:06 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 15:43:55 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 15:29:34 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 15:19:10 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 15:12:55 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 14:54:13 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 14:39:58 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 13:10:21 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 11:12:24 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 10:57:42 EDT 2014 System is up.
Thu Oct 16 10:37:26 EDT 2014 System is up.
Message 1 of 19
mdgm-ntgr
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

Message 2 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

Logs are sent. Reboot/resync issue still remains.
-resync finished,
-i installed the logitech media server add-on,
-ran a backup job which moves files from a USB drive to the ready nas

Problem: The system has restarted twice for no apparent reason. Also, what size should my NAS be with 6x2TB disks? It only shows Volume C: Online, X-RAID2, 6 disks, 19% of 7394 GB used.

UPDATE: My system just started re-syncing again.
Configuration: RAID Level X-RAID2, 6 disks
Status: Resync 9% complete, Time to finish 350 hr 47 min, Speed 1396 KB/sec
.
I do have NTI shadow software running on various computers if that helps any.


Device Description Status
Disk 1 WDC WD2003FYPS-27Y2B0 1863 GB , 44 C / 111 F , Write-cache ON OK
Disk 2 WDC WD2002FYPS-02W3B0 1863 GB , 44 C / 111 F , Write-cache ON OK
Disk 3 WDC WD20EFRX-68EUZN0 1863 GB , 40 C / 104 F , Write-cache ON OK
Disk 4 WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 1863 GB , 41 C / 105 F , Write-cache ON OK
Disk 5 WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 1863 GB , 41 C / 105 F , Write-cache ON OK
Disk 6 WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 1863 GB , 41 C / 105 F , Write-cache ON OK
Fan SYS 922 RPM OK
Fan CPU 2280 RPM OK
Temp SYS 59 C / 138 F [Normal 0-65 C / 32-149 F] OK
Temp CPU 33.5 C / 92 F [Normal 0-60 C / 32-140 F] OK
UPS 1 APC Back-UPS NS 600, Battery charge: 100%, 32 minutes OK


Severity 	Date 	Message 
Sun Oct 19 10:33:04 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sun Oct 19 09:32:12 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sun Oct 19 09:32:04 EDT 2014 A previous run of backup job is still running. Check if that backup job has stalled, or you may need to adjust the backup interval to account for the amount of data you are backing up. [Job 005]
Sun Oct 19 09:09:41 EDT 2014 The Logitech Media Server add-on has been successfully installed.
Sun Oct 19 09:03:14 EDT 2014 Backup started. [Job 005]
Sun Oct 19 05:00:31 EDT 2014 RAID sync finished on volume C.
Message 3 of 19
StephenB
Guru

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

rklunder wrote:
Also, what size should my NAS be with 6x2TB disks? It only shows Volume C: Online, X-RAID2, 6 disks, 19% of 7394 GB used.
If you are running single redundancy, the volume size should be 9 TiB. If you are running dual redundancy, then your number is about right.

I can't tell from the log snippets whether your RAID array is dual redundancy or not. The volume status page in frontview should tell you.

Are you seeing SMART errors?
Message 4 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

Thanks for the reply, it is X-RAID2 mode (as shown in what you referenced which was from Frontview home page), I believe that is what you mean by dual redundancy. Or I do recall selecting the raid choice that allows 2 drives to fail. The drives look fine (see below).

BTW: my re-sync rate has increased considerably then what was shown above, I guess the backup job ended or crashed.
Configuration: RAID Level X-RAID2, 6 disks
Status: Resync 4% complete, Time to finish 5 hr 20 min, Speed 95.1 MB/sec

However it has rebooted 2 more times since what was posted above:

Severity Date Message
Sun Oct 19 15:42:32 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sun Oct 19 13:32:30 EDT 2014 System is up.

Sun Oct 19 10:33:04 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sun Oct 19 09:32:12 EDT 2014 System is up.
Sun Oct 19 09:32:04 EDT 2014 A previous run of backup job is still running. Check if that backup job has stalled, or you may need to adjust the backup interval to account for the amount of data you are backing up. [Job 005]


SMART Information for Disk 1
Model: WDC WD2003FYPS-27Y2B0
Serial: WD-WCAVY7332326
Firmware: 04.05G11
SMART Attribute
Raw Read Error Rate 1
Spin Up Time 7341
Start Stop Count 1764
Reallocated Sector Count 0
Seek Error Rate 0
Power On Hours 9272
Spin Retry Count 0
Calibration Retry Count 0
Power Cycle Count 1762
Power-Off Retract Count 1685
Load Cycle Count 78
Temperature Celsius 40
Reallocated Event Count 0
Current Pending Sector 0
Offline Uncorrectable 0
UDMA CRC Error Count 0
Multi Zone Error Rate 0
ATA Error Count 0

SMART Information for Disk 2
Model: WDC WD2002FYPS-02W3B0
Serial: WD-WCAVY5689612
Firmware: 04.01G01
SMART Attribute
Raw Read Error Rate 0
Spin Up Time 6800
Start Stop Count 2336
Reallocated Sector Count 0
Seek Error Rate 0
Power On Hours 9760
Spin Retry Count 0
Calibration Retry Count 0
Power Cycle Count 1774
Power-Off Retract Count 1695
Load Cycle Count 1180
Temperature Celsius 41
Reallocated Event Count 0
Current Pending Sector 0
Offline Uncorrectable 0
UDMA CRC Error Count 0
Multi Zone Error Rate 0
ATA Error Count 0

SMART Information for Disk 3
Model: WDC WD20EFRX-68EUZN0
Serial: WD-WCC4M9PVV32E
Firmware: 80.00A80
SMART Attribute
Raw Read Error Rate 0
Spin Up Time 4016
Start Stop Count 177
Reallocated Sector Count 0
Seek Error Rate 0
Power On Hours 42
Spin Retry Count 0
Calibration Retry Count 0
Power Cycle Count 177
Power-Off Retract Count 176
Load Cycle Count 59
Temperature Celsius 36
Reallocated Event Count 0
Current Pending Sector 0
Offline Uncorrectable 0
UDMA CRC Error Count 0
Multi Zone Error Rate 0
ATA Error Count 0

SMART Information for Disk 4
Model: WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0
Serial: WD-WCC1T1183888
Firmware: 80.00A80
SMART Attribute
Raw Read Error Rate 0
Spin Up Time 5241
Start Stop Count 1754
Reallocated Sector Count 0
Seek Error Rate 0
Power On Hours 9303
Spin Retry Count 0
Calibration Retry Count 0
Power Cycle Count 1754
Power-Off Retract Count 1681
Load Cycle Count 72
Temperature Celsius 37
Reallocated Event Count 0
Current Pending Sector 0
Offline Uncorrectable 0
UDMA CRC Error Count 0
Multi Zone Error Rate 0
ATA Error Count 0

SMART Information for Disk 5
Model: WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0
Serial: WD-WCC1T1173773
Firmware: 80.00A80
SMART Attribute
Raw Read Error Rate 0
Spin Up Time 5233
Start Stop Count 1754
Reallocated Sector Count 0
Seek Error Rate 0
Power On Hours 9306
Spin Retry Count 0
Calibration Retry Count 0
Power Cycle Count 1754
Power-Off Retract Count 1681
Load Cycle Count 72
Temperature Celsius 38
Reallocated Event Count 0
Current Pending Sector 0
Offline Uncorrectable 0
UDMA CRC Error Count 0
Multi Zone Error Rate 0
ATA Error Count 0

SMART Information for Disk 6
Model: WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0
Serial: WD-WCC1T0804620
Firmware: 80.00A80
SMART Attribute
Raw Read Error Rate 0
Spin Up Time 5675
Start Stop Count 1755
Reallocated Sector Count 0
Seek Error Rate 0
Power On Hours 9311
Spin Retry Count 0
Calibration Retry Count 0
Power Cycle Count 1755
Power-Off Retract Count 1682
Load Cycle Count 72
Temperature Celsius 36
Reallocated Event Count 0
Current Pending Sector 0
Offline Uncorrectable 0
UDMA CRC Error Count 0
Multi Zone Error Rate 0
ATA Error Count 0
Message 5 of 19
StephenB
Guru

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

rklunder wrote:
Thanks for the reply, it is X-RAID2 mode (as shown in what you referenced which was from Frontview home page), I believe that is what you mean by dual redundancy.
No. The original XRAID didn't allow mixed sizes of drives. XRAID2 added that.

Single/Dual redundancy is something different. You would have selected adding a drive for redundancy. The volume page should tell you if you have dual redundancy (e.g., RAID-6 XRAID2). Dual redundancy provides protection against 2 drive failures, so the volume size ends up 4x2TB in your case.

rklunder wrote:
The drives look fine (see below).
Agreed, there is nothing odd in the SMART stats.

rklunder wrote:
However it has rebooted 2 more times since what was posted above
Which of course is not healthy. Hopefully mdgm will see something in the logs.
Message 6 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

Thanks for the explanation. The "Volume Settings" page information was shown multiple times but here it is again in full. I bolded the area similar to above:

Disk space 1375 GB (18%) of 7394 GB used

RAID Configuration
Configuration: RAID Level X-RAID2, 6 disks
Status: Resync 30% complete, Time to finish 4 hr 29 min, Speed 82.2 MB/sec

RAID Disks:
Ch 1 : WDC WD2003FYPS-27Y2B0 [1863 GB] 1858 GB allocated
Ch 2 : WDC WD2002FYPS-02W3B0 [1863 GB] 1858 GB allocated
Ch 3 : WDC WD20EFRX-68EUZN0 [1863 GB] 1858 GB allocated
Ch 4 : WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 [1863 GB] 1858 GB allocated
Ch 5 : WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 [1863 GB] 1858 GB allocated
Ch 6 : WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 [1863 GB] 858 GB allocated

Home Page

Hostname: NAS

Model: ReadyNAS Pro Pioneer Edition [X-RAID2]
Serial: 001f33ea2aeb
Firmware: RAIDiator 4.2.27
Memory: 2048 MB [4-5-5-15 DDR2]

IPv4 address: 1: 192.168.1.9
IPv4 address: 2: Not Connected

Volume C: Online, X-RAID2, 6 disks, 18% of 7394 GB us
Message 7 of 19
mdgm-ntgr
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

It shouldn't be rebooting.

Some things you could do would include:

1. Running the memory test boot option for at least a few passes
2. Power down, remove disks (label order), connect them to your PC and test them using WD LifeGuard Diagnostics.

There is of course the Disk Test boot option that you could use, which whilst more convenient to use isn't as good as WD LifeGuard Diagnostics.

Your serial does indicate that your Pro is an older unit.
Message 8 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

I will run the memory check, and even re-seat the modules. WD Data Lifeguard tools will do a quick self-test to gather and verify the data lifeguard information contained on the drive, but I am sure it will show all is fine similar to what i posted above.the extended test will do a full media scan to detect bad sectors, but i would expect this to be seen from the behavior reported from the readynas. Does being an older serial number suggest a revision to the hardware with known concerns/issues? Or are you implying one should be aware of the impending death/malfunction of aging electronic components? Is a motherboard replacement an option, what's does a replacement motherboard cost? The power supply has already been replaced.
Message 9 of 19
mdgm-ntgr
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

It is an older unit, that's all.

Hardware can fail at any time, but a good first step would be to rule out e.g. bad memory (you have double the stock memory installed) and ruling out a bad disk.

The NAS shouldn't randomly reboot like this.

Another possibility could be e.g. a failing power supply.
Message 10 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

I will run the memory check, and even re-seat the modules. WD Data Lifeguard tools will do a quick self-test to gather and verify the data lifeguard information contained on the drive, but I am sure it will show all is fine similar to what i posted above. The extended test will do a full media scan to detect bad sectors, but i would expect this to be seen from the behavior reported from the readynas. I have replaced the power supply already.
Message 11 of 19
mdgm-ntgr
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

I wonder if the replacement power supply is compatible. When did you replace the PSU?

The NAS doesn't run a long disk test in normal mode and may not alway pick up problems with disks. A long test is done with the Disk Test boot menu option.

I would recommend running the Lifeguard extended test.
Message 12 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

I replaced the power supply August 2013. I originally bought a SeaSonic SS-300SFD 300W SFX12V v3.1 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply - OEM from new egg, but returned it and upgraded to a Silverstone Tek 450W SFX Form Factor Power Supply (ST45SF) for more available power. The SeaSonic part number matched what was in it originally if i recall correctly, the only problem was the stock cable lengths were to short and I had to add an extension cable to reach the motherboard.
Message 13 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

I ran the memory test overnight, no errors reported.

_Time___Prog_Pss_Err
----------- ------- ---- -----
08:43:11 100% _12 __0
Message 14 of 19
mdgm-ntgr
NETGEAR Employee Retired

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

Have you started testing the disks yet?
Message 15 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

Yes, so far no issues, but each one will take 13+ hours. I dont think the hard drives (mechanically) are the issue.
Message 16 of 19
StephenB
Guru

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

rklunder wrote:
Yes, so far no issues, but each one will take 13+ hours. I dont think the hard drives (mechanically) are the issue.
Understood, but it is still useful to know they passed the diagnostic.

BTW, I've had some drives pass the extended non-destructive test with flying colors, but fail when I ran the destructive write test. Though if that is provoking the resyncs, I'd expect to see something in the SMART stats.

Another option (after the diags are run) might be to schedule a disk scrub in the pro.

Ch 6 : WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 [1863 GB] 858 GB allocated
Was this a typo? (e.g., was it intended to be the same 1858 GB as the others??)
Message 17 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

That appears to be a typo. I think i did align the cut and pasted text which probably caused it. Below is an untouched cut and paste. BTW, all is working fine right now. I am running the extended test on the drive that was labeled as dead mentioned in the first post (which was replaced by disk 3 shown below). I would expect this drive to be the one to show issues since it was deemed dead by the readynas.


Disk space
1386 GB (18%) of 7394 GB used

RAID Configuration
Configuration: RAID Level X-RAID2, 6 disks
Status: Redundant
RAID Disks:


Ch 1 : WDC WD2003FYPS-27Y2B0 [1863 GB]
1858 GB allocated

Ch 2 : WDC WD2002FYPS-02W3B0 [1863 GB]
1858 GB allocated

Ch 3 : WDC WD20EFRX-68EUZN0 [1863 GB]
1858 GB allocated

Ch 4 : WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 [1863 GB]
1858 GB allocated

Ch 5 : WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 [1863 GB]
1858 GB allocated

Ch 6 : WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 [1863 GB]
1858 GB allocated
Message 18 of 19
rklunder
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNas Pro Pioneer Resyncing issue

Testing the drive the readynas labeled as dead, which was replaced by drive 3 in the list above, yielded only 3 bad sectors all of which were recovered. Data life guard reported the drive as passed. In addition, this drive is currently running fine as an external USB drive.
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