Failed Disk replaced from TS 453 Pro

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Failed Disk replaced from TS 453 Pro

Post by integrity » Tue May 21, 2019 3:51 am

Hello All,
I am using TS 453 Pro Nas with 6 tb 4 nas drive.
Here is the hard drive detail : (HGST HDN726060ALE610 NAS Drives SATA 6Gb/s (SATA III) APGNT517 6000.)

All drives running on Raid 10. So now i lost two Hard drive(Disk 1 and Disk4) . And now i want replace those hard-drive. So could you please suggest me to how to do setup with it.
Do i have to power off Nas and then remove failed hard-drive and plug it back new hard-drive?
Could you please give me suggestion for the same.

Note: Current i am able to access data...

Thanks,

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Re: Failed Disk replaced from TS 453 Pro

Post by dolbyman » Tue May 21, 2019 5:22 am

hotswap the drives

as long as both drives were not part of a morror pair, you should be fine

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Re: Failed Disk replaced from TS 453 Pro

Post by Johnno72 » Thu May 23, 2019 5:28 am

integrity wrote:
Tue May 21, 2019 3:51 am
All drives running on Raid 10. So now i lost two Hard drive(Disk 1 and Disk4) . And now i want replace those hard-drive.

Note: Current i am able to access data...
As you can access your data with two drives down I would consider reducing or stopping as much App activity as you can.

Reduces rebuild times, reduces processor stress, reduces possibility of further errors or total catastrophic failure during rebuild.

I prefer to play it safer than sorrier.
OS: Win10 Professional v1903 Build 18362.207 x64
NAS: QNAP TS-EC2480U-RP 16G 24 Bay - Firmware:4.3.6.0993 Build 20190704 updated from 4.3.6.0959 Build 20190531
StoragePool / DataVol: Storage Pool 1 / DataVol1: Single 29.04TB - Thick Volume: 29TB
HDD's: Western Digital - Model: WDC WD4001FFSX-68JUN0 Red Pro NAS 3.5"
HDD Size: 4TB - HDD Firmware all HDD's: 81.00A81
RAID Configuration: RAID6 x 10, HotSpare x 1, ColdSpare x 1 - Network: 1GbE
UPS: CyberPower PR3000ELCDRT2U Professional Rackmount LCD 3000VA, 2250W 2U Line Interactive UPS
QNAP Hardware details required: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=68954
Remote Administration of: TVS-863+ 16G on UPS Cyberpower OLS1500E+RMcard205

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Re: Failed Disk replaced from TS 453 Pro

Post by dolbyman » Thu May 23, 2019 5:33 am

RAID10 recovery only stresses the mirror pair drive (not all members like RAID5 or 6), so a swap ASAP should be the way to go

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Re: Failed Disk replaced from TS 453 Pro

Post by Johnno72 » Thu May 23, 2019 5:42 am

I still stand behind my post content. Better to be safe than sorry.
OS: Win10 Professional v1903 Build 18362.207 x64
NAS: QNAP TS-EC2480U-RP 16G 24 Bay - Firmware:4.3.6.0993 Build 20190704 updated from 4.3.6.0959 Build 20190531
StoragePool / DataVol: Storage Pool 1 / DataVol1: Single 29.04TB - Thick Volume: 29TB
HDD's: Western Digital - Model: WDC WD4001FFSX-68JUN0 Red Pro NAS 3.5"
HDD Size: 4TB - HDD Firmware all HDD's: 81.00A81
RAID Configuration: RAID6 x 10, HotSpare x 1, ColdSpare x 1 - Network: 1GbE
UPS: CyberPower PR3000ELCDRT2U Professional Rackmount LCD 3000VA, 2250W 2U Line Interactive UPS
QNAP Hardware details required: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=68954
Remote Administration of: TVS-863+ 16G on UPS Cyberpower OLS1500E+RMcard205

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