|Anonymous | Login | Signup for a new account||2017-04-23 21:34 UTC|
|Main | My View | View Issues | Change Log | Roadmap|
|View Issue Details|
|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000445||FlexRAID Transparent RAID||[All Projects] General||public||2017-01-20 00:48||2017-01-20 21:53|
|Platform||Windows||OS||Windows Server 2012 R2||OS Version|
|Summary||0000445: Pool volume GUID changes on restart|
|Description||The volume GUID of the pool changes when the pool is stopped and restarted on some systems.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Start pool|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
1. For my checks, I use WinMerge for comparing the GUID.
2. Mounting as removable is should not fail. Though I mount things as fixed for testing, I personally tend to stick to the pool mounted as removable. I find that Windows screws less with removable disks. The benefits include greater energy saving (less access to the source disks) and less issues overall as certainty low level operations are not attempted including no shadow data being put on the pool disk.
3. Starting to wonder if you are running an old version of the pool driver.
Please download http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/driverview.html. [^] [^]
Then find all references to cbfs and post the versions.
On my production system running W2k12 R2, there is only one entry and it is 220.127.116.11.
cbfs5.sys -> 18.104.22.168 (same)
The row has a light red shading (marking it as non-Microsoft driver -> EldoS Corp.)
|As reported in http://bug.flexraid.com/view.php?id=446, [^] starting with removable=true causes the volume ID to stay the same (if the pool starts ...). This is true even after several unsuccessful start attempts in between.|
Don't know whether this is relevant:
In the event viewer, I have two warning during pool restart:
disk Event 51 (four times in the same second):
An error was detected on device \Device\Harddisk13\DR77 during a paging operation.
disk Event 153:
The IO operation at logical block address 0x2 for Disk 13 (PDO name: \Device\000000e3) was retried.
|What are these disks corresponding to?|
|the pool of my primary array (consisting of the 4 TB disks etc.)|
|This issue is validated in that it occurs strictly with the pool disk being mounted as fixed disk. The issue does not manifest with the pool disk mounted as removable.|
|2017-01-20 00:48||Brahim||New Issue|
|2017-01-20 00:48||Brahim||Status||new => assigned|
|2017-01-20 00:48||Brahim||Assigned To||=> Brahim|
|2017-01-20 00:48||Brahim||Issue generated from||0000444|
|2017-01-20 00:52||Brahim||Note Added: 0001716|
|2017-01-20 00:52||Brahim||Status||assigned => feedback|
|2017-01-20 10:32||adridolf||Note Added: 0001717|
|2017-01-20 10:33||adridolf||Issue Monitored: adridolf|
|2017-01-20 10:33||adridolf||Issue End Monitor: adridolf|
|2017-01-20 10:35||adridolf||Issue Monitored: adridolf|
|2017-01-20 19:11||adridolf||Note Added: 0001720|
|2017-01-20 19:18||adridolf||Note Added: 0001721|
|2017-01-20 21:34||Brahim||Note Added: 0001722|
|2017-01-20 21:34||Brahim||Status||feedback => assigned|
|2017-01-20 21:35||Brahim||Status||assigned => feedback|
|2017-01-20 21:37||adridolf||Note Added: 0001723|
|2017-01-20 21:53||Brahim||Note Added: 0001724|
|2017-01-20 21:53||Brahim||Status||feedback => assigned|
|2017-01-20 21:53||Brahim||Status||assigned => acknowledged|
|Copyright © 2000 - 2010 MantisBT Group|