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Hello,

 

i`m new here. I`m from the netherlands and i`m using XPenology for about a few months. I`m very happy with it and everything works fine. But there is 1 thing what isnt working well, hibernate.

 

This is my system:

 

Intel Pentium G3420 Boxed

MSI H97M-G43

3x Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 ST3000DM001, 3TB

Cooler Master N400 KKN1

Crucial Ballistix BLS2CP4G3D1609DS1S00CEUv 2x4GB

Seasonic G-Serie 360Watt

Crucial M550 M.2 128GB

 

Mine problem is my NAs gets into hibernate but every 10 minutes is goes off hibernate. I also have this with al the packages diabled, so its not sickbeard of plex whats running on the back. I have a small log and it saids this:

 

This is the log from today.

 

Aug 25 16:12:41 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2068 Force hibernation enable, idle minutes 10
Aug 25 16:12:41 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2098 Eunit Deep sleep timer 0
Aug 25 16:12:46 NAS-PC scemd: scemd.c:173 fan_type=9, raid_type=1, led_type=3, thermal_type=2, diskled_ctrl_type=1, auto_poweron_type=1, dual_power_type=1, usbcopy_type=2, fan_number=2, eunit_pwron_type=2, pis_type=0, rtc_type=3, lcm_type=2, wifi_wps_type=254
Aug 25 16:12:46 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 16:12:47 NAS-PC scemd: modules/fan_speed_adjust_common.c:116 Type: INTERNAL Fan Mode: HIGH 
Aug 25 16:12:48 NAS-PC scemd: modules/fan_check_common.c:449 can't read data.
Aug 25 16:12:48 NAS-PC scemd: modules/fan_check_common.c:513 can't get ttyS1 data.
Aug 25 16:12:48 NAS-PC scemd: modules/raid_sys_volume_check.c:144 MD0 active disks 4, designed disks 12 
Aug 25 16:12:48 NAS-PC scemd: modules/raid_sys_volume_check.c:144 MD1 active disks 4, designed disks 12 
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: modules/scemd_connector.c:103 scemd connector thread start.
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: enclosure_list_enum.c:43 SYNOEnclosureExpanderEnum() failed. [0x0D00]
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: enclosure_enum_by_valid_link.c:589 Fail to SYNOEnclosureListEnum().
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: net_wol_enable.c:176 Failed to disable wake-on-lan power
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: net_wol_enable.c:220 Fail to setup WOL power.
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: modules/net.c:222 failed to disable WOL. Interface [eth0]
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: net_wol_enable.c:176 Failed to disable wake-on-lan power
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: net_wol_enable.c:220 Fail to setup WOL power.
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: modules/net.c:222 failed to disable WOL. Interface [eth1]
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: net_wol_enable.c:176 Failed to disable wake-on-lan power
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: net_wol_enable.c:220 Fail to setup WOL power.
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: modules/net.c:222 failed to disable WOL. Interface [eth2]
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: net_wol_enable.c:176 Failed to disable wake-on-lan power
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: net_wol_enable.c:220 Fail to setup WOL power.
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: modules/net.c:222 failed to disable WOL. Interface [eth3]
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: scemd.c:173 fan_type=9, raid_type=1, led_type=3, thermal_type=2, diskled_ctrl_type=1, auto_poweron_type=1, dual_power_type=1, usbcopy_type=2, fan_number=2, eunit_pwron_type=2, pis_type=0, rtc_type=3, lcm_type=2, wifi_wps_type=254
Aug 25 16:12:49 NAS-PC scemd: scemd.c:394 WIFI/WPS button is not support on this model.
Aug 25 16:13:02 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 16:13:02 NAS-PC scemd: modules/service.c:178 SCEMD: Failed to put the SysRun light up.
Aug 25 16:13:03 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 16:13:03 NAS-PC scemd: modules/flashcache_volume_check.c:996 Initialize the last check time for flashcache
Aug 25 16:13:03 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 16:14:49 NAS-PC scemd: scemd.c:451 stop manutild.
Aug 25 16:54:08 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2338 The internal disks wake up from hibernation.
Aug 25 16:54:26 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 17:16:05 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2338 The internal disks wake up from hibernation.
Aug 25 17:16:12 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 17:34:09 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2338 The internal disks wake up from hibernation.
Aug 25 17:34:21 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 18:04:03 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2338 The internal disks wake up from hibernation.
Aug 25 18:04:10 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 18:38:15 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2338 The internal disks wake up from hibernation.
Aug 25 18:38:16 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 18:54:15 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2338 The internal disks wake up from hibernation.
Aug 25 18:54:17 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 19:29:30 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2338 The internal disks wake up from hibernation.
Aug 25 19:29:40 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 20:14:11 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2338 The internal disks wake up from hibernation.
Aug 25 20:14:21 NAS-PC scemd: write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error
Aug 25 20:18:22 NAS-PC scemd: modules/disk_hibernation.c:2602 The USB disk 1 wake up from hibernation.

 

As you can see the problem looks for me this:

 

write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error

 

I dont know what it is, maybe someone here knows what to do?

 

If there are more logs needed tell me which one and i will post it.

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I believe it's to do with the USB still being mounted, have a look at this thread viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6&start=340

 

Try unmounting the USB stick or removing it after booting & then check the logs to see if you're still getting the same error or not.

 

Thnx for the topic, i will try and see if anything happens.

 

I believe it's to do with the USB still being mounted, have a look at this thread viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6&start=340

 

Try unmounting the USB stick or removing it after booting & then check the logs to see if you're still getting the same error or not.

 

You are right, update 4 :smile:

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Well the hibernate issues without the usb didn`t solve.

 

I did run the hibernate debug tool on the background with Putty open. When the NAS is waking up i get this:

 

Sep  2 19:16:49 NAS-PC kernel: [10067.545123] [/.htaccess] opened by pid 21926 [u:(/usr/bin/httpd), comm:(httpd)]
Sep  2 19:16:54 NAS-PC kernel: [10072.821836] sd 0:0:0:0:  sda: cmd run - tag ff - 28 00 00 4b ff 80, pid:11108, comm:kworker/1:2
Sep  2 19:16:54 NAS-PC kernel: [10072.821865] sd 1:0:0:0:  sdb: cmd run - tag ff - 28 00 00 4b ff 80, pid:11108, comm:kworker/1:2
Sep  2 19:16:54 NAS-PC kernel: [10072.821882] sd 2:0:0:0:  sdc: cmd run - tag ff - 28 00 00 4b ff 80, pid:11108, comm:kworker/1:2
Sep  2 19:20:06 NAS-PC kernel: [10264.844034] [/etc/passwd] opened by pid 28835 [u:(-ash), comm:(ash)]

 

I did not opend the webpage or anything else i am only running Putty.

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  • 2 weeks later...

I am using gnoboot 5.0-4458 update 2, i don't need to umount the USB drive, hibernate works fine, my USB drive is always mounted

 

only the case it don't work i have experienced, if i leave the DSM admin page open on the browser, it will affect the NAS do not go to hibernate

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Hi!

 

I see the same "write to uart2 error, error=(5)Input/output error" in my log files too. Did you manage to find what is the problem?

 

Not yet...

 

I am using gnoboot 5.0-4458 update 2, i don't need to umount the USB drive, hibernate works fine, my USB drive is always mounted

 

only the case it don't work i have experienced, if i leave the DSM admin page open on the browser, it will affect the NAS do not go to hibernate

 

Hmm thats not the problem i got then. My drives get in hibernation, but i think once in an hour it get out of hibernate itself....

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I tried a clean install on DSM 5 with last update. I have the same problem as you, the hhds go to hibernation but they wake up after some time. I have not any package installed, so it has nothing to do with some application trying to access the disks. The only service I have enabled is the DDNS. What bios do you have? I have the latest of HP, not the modded one. Do you think this is the problem?

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I dont have a HP system, i have a homebuild system wit an Pentium en MSI motherboard. i have no idee what the problem is.

 

I have also a homebuilt system and it never goes to sleep. My Synology Disk Station DS213j goes to sleep. If I start a PC it wakes up and I guess that somehow it monitors LAN traffic, any LAN traffic. The only thing I can think of is that the NIC is set to detect traffic and wakes the disk station.

 

Does anybody know how it works? Is there a way to find out what NIC is used in the disk station?

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