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I've built a hackintosh running Mountain Lion Server and installed a HighPoint RAID 640L card in it. I've also added 4 x 4TB ST4000DM000 hard drives. All had been running fine for about a year, but now I've got RAID errors happening: B 0 W 08/12/15 08:56:25 Array 'RAID_5_0' rebuilding failed. B 0 I 08/12/15 10:54:45 Array 'RAID_5_0' rebuilding started. B 0 E 08/12/15 18:50:05 Disk 'ST4000DM000-1F2168-Z301RJK9' at Controller1-Channel3 failed. B 0 W 08/12/15 18:50:05 Array 'RAID_5_0' rebuilding failed. B 0 E 08/28/15 16:06:43 Device 'ST4000DM000-1F2168-Z302EG2Y' at Controller1-Channel1 SMART test result: FAILED! B 0 E 08/28/15 16:06:43 Device 'ST4000DM000-1F2168-Z301RJ27' at Controller1-Channel2 SMART test result: FAILED! B 0 E 08/28/15 16:06:43 Device 'ST4000DM000-1F2168-Z301RJK9' at Controller1-Channel3 SMART test result: FAILED! B 0 E 08/28/15 16:06:43 Device 'ST4000DM000-1F2168-Z302EFL6' at Controller1-Channel4 SMART test result: FAILED! More: http://pastebin.com/cGkp9Vg8 Obviously there is a lot of data on the drives and ideally I should just pull that stuff off now, but what I am concerned about is if this is just a false positive, because I've scanned the drives for SMART errors on another machine and it's not found anything wrong. Could this be a false warning? At this point I'd appreciate some advice - in the mean time I'll be pulling data off of it like there's no tomorrow
I have a laptop SSHD that's failing SMART. I know, I know, I should replace it, but I'm fully backed up and wouldn't be using Clover if I wasn't on the cheap... Gonna use this drive till it doesn't spin anymore lol Anyways, I have 2 SATA bays on my laptop after an optical disk delete. I keep the failing drive in the second one, and I notice that if it's plugged in at all Clover will hang indefinitely, not even making it to the GUI. It's very consistent; if the drive in it is NOT going to make it, but once you take it out it goes back to absolutely killing it. I know I shouldn't expect to much, but this drive still performs fantastic in Windows/OS X if used in an external drive bay over USB 3.0. I'm just surprised that it doesn't ever boot, considering this drive still performs solidly externally still. It makes me think that there may be more going on here than Clover just having trouble reading the drive - does Clover do any kind of hardware or SMART test? Could my BIOS be detecting that the drive is failing and blocking access to it? I do plan to replace this drive anyways, but have any of you guys seen anything like this?