Exos wrote:Been running the debug firmware for two weeks now. Not alot of time i know but compared to previous I haven't had one issue.
Could just be dumb luck, but time will tell.
It probably makes more sense communicating by PM directly to the person in question (QNAPAlex) on that matter.nielsgreef wrote:So there is a debug firmware already? Strange that qnap did not contact me about it! signed up for it a few weeks ago....
jtan wrote:Having problem with the same drive model on TS-412, getting disk read/write error and turns out HDD is perfect after doing scans.
Debacle? In fact, there are very few issues here in the forum on the Samsung F4 HD204UI/Seagate ST2000DL003 - only on some four-bay units. Bet you mix-up something here with the Seagate ST2000DM001/ST3000DM001 now, which was identified to be a signal quality and timing issue, leading to firmware updates on QNAP (3.7) and Seagate side - and even to a hardware revision. I suggest you to contact QNAP support, they can run a check on your system. Don't know - we're running plenty of Samsung F4 HD204UI (aka. Seagate ST2000DL003) without issues.marcovanderheide wrote:After the debacle on the ST2000DL003 (where we are still waiting for a fix on that), now releasing a firmware 3.7 that bricks.
Both issues are not systematic - so very hard to catch in test processes.marcovanderheide wrote:Of course there is a lot of quality assurance and testing done before a new firmware is released, but these kind of bugs need to be picked up.
As far as I know it's the Seagate ST2000DL004 that is a rebranded Samsung HD204UI (5400 rpm). The Seagate ST2000DL003 that is the focus of this thread is the very problematic Seagate design (5900 rpm).schumaku wrote:In fact, there are very few issues here in the forum on the Samsung F4 HD204UI/Seagate ST2000DL003...
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