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Juanmacaam

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About Juanmacaam

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  • Birthday 2001-09-28

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    Buenos Aires, Argentina
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    I love music, computers, science and I'm about to start med school.

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    Ryzen 3500
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    Asus B450M-A Prime
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    16GB (2x8GB) Adata DDR4 3000mHz
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    AsRock RX570 Phantom Gaming D
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    Aerocool Cyclon Mini
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    256GB SSD NvME Adata
    3xHDD
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    RedDragon 500W
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    Samsung FullHD TV
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    Razer Anansi
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    Razer Abyssus
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    Old Aiwa system
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    Windows 10 & Ubuntu

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  1. So, should I try to dd'em first or should I just go and replace the Hitachi one and dd the other two? Yeah, I guess that disk is very old, I bought it circa 2011 Even though the SMART data shows that, that disk was functioning well until a few weeks, is it possible that it went bad in so little time? Thank you both!
  2. Hi everyone! I have a home server running Ubuntu Server 20.04.1 LTS, mainly as a Samba share and some other stuff. For a great part of the Samba share I've been running a RAID 0 made with 3 old HDDs, coming to 1.8TB of storage, but recently I changed one of the drives by removing the array, formatting the drives, etc. and building a new one. I use this array to put backups on it with Aomei Backupper. The problem is that now Backupper gives me very frecuent errors of not being able to write the file, and effectively when I try to write anything to that share Windows gives me a read-only error and I have to reset the server. Also, one time I tried to copy a big file to test this problem and Windows copied like 1% of it and the dropped to 0MB/s for about 5 minutes, returning to 15 or 20 MB/s (normal is 120MB/s for my connection) for a few minutes and dropping again, very strange behaviour nad it only affected that specific share where the RAID was mounted. I made a skdump of the drives that I'll attach to the post, and every one of them has an "Overall status: BAD_SECTOR" so I tried to sudo badblocks -v /dev/sdx > badsectorsx.txt for every single drive and got the results in 3 .txt files, but now I cannot perform a fsck or e2fsck on each drive because it does nothing and trying to fsck the md device gives me this server@server:~$ sudo fsck -p /dev/md127 fsck from util-linux 2.34 /dev/md127: clean, 704/122077184 files, 164898792/488284800 blocks What can I do to repair those bad sectors or to make the array work OK again? Also, I just noticed that the filesystem is reporting to have 700GB occupied when I barely have anything on that folders! Here are the skdumps: server@server:~$ sudo skdump /dev/sda Device: sat16:/dev/sda Type: 16 Byte SCSI ATA SAT Passthru Size: 476940 MiB Model: [WDC WD5000AAKX-00ERMA0] Serial: [WD-WCC2EDE45999] Firmware: [15.01H15] SMART Available: yes Quirks: Awake: yes SMART Disk Health Good: yes Off-line Data Collection Status: [Off-line data collection activity was completed without error.] Total Time To Complete Off-Line Data Collection: 8400 s Self-Test Execution Status: [The previous self-test routine completed without error or no self-test has ever been run.] Percent Self-Test Remaining: 0% Conveyance Self-Test Available: yes Short/Extended Self-Test Available: yes Start Self-Test Available: yes Abort Self-Test Available: yes Short Self-Test Polling Time: 2 min Extended Self-Test Polling Time: 85 min Conveyance Self-Test Polling Time: 5 min Bad Sectors: 10 sectors Powered On: 2.9 years Power Cycles: 4131 Average Powered On Per Power Cycle: 6.2 h Temperature: 39.0 C Attribute Parsing Verification: Good Overall Status: BAD_SECTOR ID# Name Value Worst Thres Pretty Raw Type Updates Good Good/Past 1 raw-read-error-rate 200 200 51 2 0x020000000000 prefail online yes yes 3 spin-up-time 184 140 21 1.8 s 0xff0600000000 prefail online yes yes 4 start-stop-count 96 96 0 4170 0x4a1000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 5 reallocated-sector-count 200 200 140 0 sectors 0x000000000000 prefail online yes yes 7 seek-error-rate 200 200 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 9 power-on-hours 65 65 0 2.9 years 0x366400000000 old-age online n/a n/a 10 spin-retry-count 100 100 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 11 calibration-retry-count 100 100 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 12 power-cycle-count 96 96 0 4131 0x231000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 192 power-off-retract-count 199 199 0 949 0xb50300000000 old-age online n/a n/a 193 load-cycle-count 199 199 0 3257 0xb90c00000000 old-age online n/a n/a 194 temperature-celsius-2 104 92 0 39.0 C 0x270000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 196 reallocated-event-count 200 200 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 197 current-pending-sector 200 200 0 10 sectors 0x0a0000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 198 offline-uncorrectable 200 200 0 0 sectors 0x000000000000 old-age offline n/a n/a 199 udma-crc-error-count 200 200 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 200 multi-zone-error-rate 200 200 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age offline n/a n/a server@server:~$ sudo skdump /dev/sdb Device: sat16:/dev/sdb Type: 16 Byte SCSI ATA SAT Passthru Size: 476940 MiB Model: [TOSHIBA DT01ACA050] Serial: [745GDZEAS] Firmware: [MS1OA750] SMART Available: yes Quirks: Awake: yes SMART Disk Health Good: yes Off-line Data Collection Status: [Off-line data collection activity was suspended by an interrupting command from host.] Total Time To Complete Off-Line Data Collection: 3571 s Self-Test Execution Status: [The previous self-test routine completed without error or no self-test has ever been run.] Percent Self-Test Remaining: 0% Conveyance Self-Test Available: no Short/Extended Self-Test Available: yes Start Self-Test Available: yes Abort Self-Test Available: yes Short Self-Test Polling Time: 1 min Extended Self-Test Polling Time: 60 min Conveyance Self-Test Polling Time: 0 min Bad Sectors: 27 sectors Powered On: 1.8 years Power Cycles: 862 Average Powered On Per Power Cycle: 18.0 h Temperature: 39.0 C Attribute Parsing Verification: Good Overall Status: BAD_SECTOR ID# Name Value Worst Thres Pretty Raw Type Updates Good Good/Past 1 raw-read-error-rate 100 100 16 0 0x000000000000 prefail online yes yes 2 throughput-performance 142 142 54 n/a 0x470000000000 prefail offline yes yes 3 spin-up-time 131 131 24 168 ms 0xa800b6000300 prefail online yes yes 4 start-stop-count 100 100 0 2317 0x0d0900000000 old-age online n/a n/a 5 reallocated-sector-count 100 100 5 27 sectors 0x1b0000000000 prefail online yes yes 7 seek-error-rate 100 100 67 0 0x000000000000 prefail online yes yes 8 seek-time-performance 115 115 20 n/a 0x220000000000 prefail offline yes yes 9 power-on-hours 98 98 0 1.8 years 0x713c00000000 old-age online n/a n/a 10 spin-retry-count 100 100 60 0 0x000000000000 prefail online yes yes 12 power-cycle-count 100 100 0 862 0x5e0300000000 old-age online n/a n/a 192 power-off-retract-count 98 98 0 2448 0x900900000000 old-age online n/a n/a 193 load-cycle-count 98 98 0 2448 0x900900000000 old-age online n/a n/a 194 temperature-celsius-2 153 153 0 39.0 C 0x27000e002e00 old-age online n/a n/a 196 reallocated-event-count 100 100 0 35 0x230000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 197 current-pending-sector 100 100 0 0 sectors 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 198 offline-uncorrectable 100 100 0 0 sectors 0x000000000000 old-age offline n/a n/a 199 udma-crc-error-count 200 200 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a server@server:~$ sudo skdump /dev/sdd Device: sat16:/dev/sdd Type: 16 Byte SCSI ATA SAT Passthru Size: 953869 MiB Model: [Hitachi HDS721010CLA332] Serial: [JP2940HZ2B30JC] Firmware: [JP4OA3GH] SMART Available: yes Quirks: Awake: yes SMART Disk Health Good: yes Off-line Data Collection Status: [Off-line data collection activity was suspended by an interrupting command from host.] Total Time To Complete Off-Line Data Collection: 9455 s Self-Test Execution Status: [The previous self-test routine completed without error or no self-test has ever been run.] Percent Self-Test Remaining: 0% Conveyance Self-Test Available: no Short/Extended Self-Test Available: yes Start Self-Test Available: yes Abort Self-Test Available: yes Short Self-Test Polling Time: 2 min Extended Self-Test Polling Time: 158 min Conveyance Self-Test Polling Time: 0 min Bad Sectors: 1310965 sectors Powered On: 5.6 years Power Cycles: 9861 Average Powered On Per Power Cycle: 5.0 h Temperature: 43.0 C Attribute Parsing Verification: Good Overall Status: BAD_SECTOR ID# Name Value Worst Thres Pretty Raw Type Updates Good Good/Past 1 raw-read-error-rate 100 85 16 0 0x000000000000 prefail online yes yes 2 throughput-performance 137 100 54 n/a 0x5a0000000000 prefail online yes yes 3 spin-up-time 137 100 24 250 ms 0xfa002e010600 prefail online yes yes 4 start-stop-count 97 97 0 14109 0x1d3700000000 old-age online n/a n/a 5 reallocated-sector-count 96 47 5 1310740 sectors 0x140014000000 prefail online yes yes 7 seek-error-rate 100 100 67 0 0x000000000000 prefail online yes yes 8 seek-time-performance 140 100 20 n/a 0x1e0000000000 prefail offline yes yes 9 power-on-hours 93 93 0 5.6 years 0xf9bf00000000 old-age online n/a n/a 10 spin-retry-count 100 100 60 0 0x000000000000 prefail online yes yes 12 power-cycle-count 98 98 0 9861 0x852600000000 old-age online n/a n/a 183 runtime-bad-block-total 100 100 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 184 end-to-end-error 100 100 97 0 0x000000000000 prefail online yes yes 185 attribute-185 93 93 0 n/a 0xffff07000000 old-age online n/a n/a 187 reported-uncorrect 1 1 0 68350 sectors 0xfe0a01000000 old-age online n/a n/a 188 command-timeout 100 83 0 8752798774 0x361cb5090200 old-age online n/a n/a 189 high-fly-writes 100 100 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 190 airflow-temperature-celsius 57 43 0 43.0 C 0x2b002b2a0000 old-age online n/a n/a 192 power-off-retract-count 88 88 0 14487 0x973800000000 old-age online n/a n/a 193 load-cycle-count 88 88 0 14487 0x973800000000 old-age online n/a n/a 194 temperature-celsius-2 139 120 0 43.0 C 0x2b000e003900 old-age online n/a n/a 196 reallocated-event-count 100 100 0 20 0x140000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 197 current-pending-sector 97 46 0 225 sectors 0xe10000000000 old-age online n/a n/a 198 offline-uncorrectable 100 46 0 0 sectors 0x000000000000 old-age offline n/a n/a 199 udma-crc-error-count 200 200 0 0 0x000000000000 old-age online n/a n/a server@server:~$ Thank you all in advance!
  3. My modest opinion would be to go with the Cooler Master Hyper 212. I have a Ryzen 3500 (basically a 3600 with 6 threads) and I'm keeping it cool with a Wraith classic (the one with the heat pipes) just fine, not passing 80ºC while playing nor while running Cinebench or Prime 95!
  4. I would go with a B450, B550 are expensive and nonsense for this type of built. I wouldn't mind the PSU, SeaSonic is a good brand, 80+ Bronze is really fine.
  5. Hmmm, it's a bit tough. I personally would go with more memory, but your knowledg may vary, I think that for your use case it's not worth it the dual channel.
  6. I've got 100 Mbits/S down and Steams downloads at 12,5 MBytes/S, so it seems about right, you have 200 Mbits/S down but you might not be getting more than 100 Mbits/S because your network adapter is only 100 Mbits/S. Go to Settings (Windows) / Network / Change Adaptor Settings (or something like that, I don't have Windows in English) and double click on your actual connection.You should get this window: If you see there it says the speed of the connection, if it says 100 Mbits/S, that's why you're downloading at that speed.
  7. In any case you can return it, or try specifying if they can asure you that it is actually compatible.
  8. I asked the store I was buying from to upgrade it for me, nontheless, what @svmlegacy says it's the correct answer.
  9. It depends on the specific mobo you get, you might buy one that isn't out of the box compatible while the one that was next to it on the shelf is. You can't be sure, you can only be if there's a sticker (i think) on the box or something like that. AMD provides a "loan" for a kit to update your BIOS via mail, but you decide if it's worth the trouble. https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/faq/pa-100
  10. Not quite, in certain market they sale for retail, like here in Argentina or China, and I even think you can get them in the US. I bought it a few months ago and it was a bargain! Edit: also India, as Bharghav said.
  11. Because AMD locks it down, it's like trying to overclock a non-k intel processor.
  12. No you can't. A 3500 will never be a 3600, sadly. I have that same CPU.
  13. Snap and Flatpak are package managers, like apt on Ubuntu. I think (might be wrong) the snap is simpler to install and manage.
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