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even worse: the NAS froze during the rebuild process (no hearable harddisk activity going on status lights flash green/red… ssh [email protected] cat /proc/mdstat; you can put this into a little scrtip that updates the status every second.For example to set this to approx 50 megabytes per second as minimum use: The results are instant… Single wohnungen ingolstadt Also alles .exe-Dateien, und die lagen auf dem neu eingerichteten Storage-Server.We are trying to collect all the information about netdata package maintainers at issue 651.So, please have a look there for ASUSTOR NAS, Open WRT, Ready NAS, etc.
We are trying to make it work everywhere (this is also why the script reports back success or failure for all its runs).seconds (an hour of data at the charts) which makes netdata use about 10-15MB of RAM (depending on the number of charts detected on your system). To apply the changes you made, you have to restart netdata. Copy it to the proper place according to your distribution documentation.Obviously that there is a logical reason for this ‘slowness‘ and on a production system you should leave it running with the defaults.But in case you want to speed up this process here is how you can do it.Increase the speed of Linux Software RAID reconstruction If you are in a situation where you sit in front of the console (or on a remote ssh connection) waiting for a Linux software RAID to finish rebuilding (either you added a new drive, or you replaced a failed one, etc.) then you might be frustrated by how slow this process is running.
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You are running cat on /proc/mdstat repeatedly (you should really use watch in this case ), and this seems to never finish…
I'm trying to make a bash script that synchronizes the system clock with "ntpdate" client.
If first NTP server doesn't respond, my script should try to connect to second NTP server.
vim ./check_while true; do (clear;cat /proc/mdstat;) ; sleep 1 ; done chmod u x ./check_./check_you can speed up the build process like this: (the default limit was set to 500Bytes/Sec! ) Personalities : [linear] [raid0] [raid1] [raid10] [raid6] [raid5] [raid4] [multipath] md0 : active raid5 sdb3 sda3 sde3 sdd3 sdc3 7807782400 blocks level 5, 64k chunk, algorithm 2 [5/4] [_UUUU] [=======.............] recovery = 39.4% (769880488/1951945600) finish=389.8min speed=50527K/sec md5 : active raid1 sde2(S) sdd2(S) sdc2(S) sdb2 sda2 530048 blocks [2/2] [UU] md13 : active raid1 sda4 sdd4 sdc4 sde4 sdb4 458880 blocks [5/5] [UUUUU] bitmap: 0/57 pages [0KB], 4KB chunk md9 : active raid1 sda1 sdd1 sde1 sdc1 sdb1 530048 blocks [5/5] [UUUUU] bitmap: 3/65 pages [12KB], 4KB chunk
t=10268 by Don » Fri Dec 12, 2008 am I found this article on the web.