cserl wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 22, 2019 4:43 pm
wow... that is so.... comforting to know. due to the prior lack of feedback from other x77 users, i was beginning to wonder maybe it was just bad ram all along or something hardware on my end. i'm assuming you are using the stock ram?
I was initially surprised 4.3.6 could have uptime for 3 days straight no issues. but then i got rudely interrupted, then had to restart uptime test from scratch again
it was a bit worse for me, since i don't have a ups to rely on. but seeing as even though you had a ups, you are still suffering from the effects of random reboot, is that right?
i was fortunate that i had a fresh backup PRIOR to updating to qts 4.4.1 (because when i moved to 4.4.1 i was planning clean reinitialize, which was why i backed up first).
so restoring from backup although time consuming, was a safety net for me. But i'm still not storing new stuff on the ts-877 until i'm fully satisfied things are resolved.
I wanted to go QTS 4.4.1, but until qnap have found the reason and fixed why it's doing this, i can't upgrade for production NAS until that gets sorted out. Considering they are looking for beta test feedback i hope they look into this matter seriously, especially now that i'm not the only one finding an issue after upgrading to 4.4.1 earlier
I'm now on QTS 4.3.6.0979 installed VM, and now running prime95 on win10 32bit vm. will report back in a week if uptime gets that far or not
what did helpdesk say was the issue with your ticket? any solutions provided?
note: if anyone plans to use prime95 to test stability of their system, make sure you don't have your cpu temp at/above 80c for extended periods (as it can damage your hardware). I use the resource monitor to keep track of the temp on the NAS system. here is a guide for proper usage of prime95