06-25-2012 05:43 PM
I have been doing a lot of reading on the NAS 220 dropping from the network. Most state they have sent the units back and recieved a new one only to have the same issue. I bought mine about 2 months ago and have had issues with what appears to be it dropping it's network conenction.
After reseaching I found a site with a custom firmware that just enabled SSH on it and didnt change anything else. In monitoring TOP I saw the media server using 58% of RAM resources so I turned it off and disabled it on the volume it was on for. The system was fine for several days.
Today I had another lock up. After reviewing the logs from the last drop I found this:
Jun 25 14:48:24 BA-254E7F daemon.alert wixLog: check_volume_status - wixGetVolumeState(volume1) Operation not permitted
Jun 25 14:56:40 BA-254E7F daemon.alert wixEvent: HDD SMART - HDD 1 SMART Health Status: Failed.
Jun 25 15:01:20 BA-254E7F daemon.alert wixEvent: HDD SMART - HDD 2 SMART Health Status: Failed.
A hard reboot and the system is up and fine as usual. I ran an integrity check via the WEB interface and all is well. I suspect the drive failed is due to the Operation Not Permitted message so I do not hink it is a drive issue as they are fine and data is in tact. I cannot find anything on the web about this error messsage and am a semi-newbie when it comes to Linux. I know enuf to be dangerous.
Can anyone point me in the right direction? I suspect this is just a bug in the OS build.
A note to Seagate Dev. Why do you not have a web page for the logs? That would make troubleshooting issues a LOT easier.