|You won't ever believe this||Budapest: 2017-06-14 11:26|
|Buenos Aires: 2017-06-14 06:26|
Praha: 2017-06-14 11:26
But my officially from the factory, developed and sold to be a botnet device showed additional symptoms.
Currently not the firmware caused pleasant minutes, but right the disks themselves, started from the mysterious unspokable death of rsync behind the veil of darkness and o-Lord almighty:rsync: connection unexpectedly closed (34 bytes received so far) [sender]
rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(601) [sender=3.0.7]
So had the console later, then 'df -h' also only froze, furthermore 'ps auxwwwww' succumbed into a deadly hiccup:WTF is this '/Filesystem/d' anyway?8996 root 4960 D rsync -ahO --progress --no-p --no-g ...
9126 root 2880 S sed -e /Filesystem/d
As you've learned it for a long time, IT professionals must have sensitive touch too - thus after not finding the obvious software error, my fingers put onto the disks suffered third-degree burns, giving the answer (AAH): the WD Reds get so much overheated, so the radiation toward the motherboard and its components makes them overheated<>freeze.The oxymoron of the oxymorons.
What's kinda funny, since for instance knowing that the dumb firmware needlessly spins the disks after a graceful shutdown and startup too.
Therefore HelpfulJackIsNotBored helps wherever he can - I composed a shopping list for the incidental future WD MyCloud EX2 naïvetes: