DS420j... is there way to see when a hdd went into hibernation?

Currently reading
DS420j... is there way to see when a hdd went into hibernation?

8
1
NAS
DS420J
Operating system
  1. Windows
heya

so in the logs you can only see when a hdd woke up from hibernation... is there a way to see as to when a disk went into hibernation?

im curious to know the length of time between both these events...

hdd into hibernation -> wake up from hibernation

cheers
 
8
1
NAS
DS420J
Operating system
  1. Windows
i cant see anything in the messages file that shows as to when the disk have gone into hibernation.

its all this jargon.... some line items that say wake up successful or wake up from deepsleep
but nothing that says going to sleep...



Code:
2021-11-03T13:38:09+00:00 synology kernel: [3512377.285062] ata3: wake up successful, the reset fail can be ignored
2021-11-03T13:38:15+00:00 synology kernel: [3512382.775007] ata2: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0)
2021-11-03T13:38:19+00:00 synology kernel: [3512387.214938] ata2: softreset failed (device not ready)
2021-11-03T13:38:19+00:00 synology kernel: [3512387.220294] ata2: SRST fail, set srst fail flag
2021-11-03T13:38:24+00:00 synology kernel: [3512392.134879] ata2: SATA link up 6.0 Gbps (SStatus 133 SControl 300)
2021-11-03T13:38:24+00:00 synology kernel: [3512392.141396] ata2: link reset sucessfully clear error flags
2021-11-03T13:38:24+00:00 synology kernel: [3512392.159287] ata2: wake up successful, the reset fail can be ignored
2021-11-03T14:53:03+00:00 synology kernel: [3516871.247649] ata4: wake up from deepsleep, reset link now
2021-11-03T14:53:03+00:00 synology kernel: [3516871.247829] ata1: wake up from deepsleep, reset link now
2021-11-03T14:53:04+00:00 synology kernel: [3516871.568259] ata4: device plugged sstatus 0x1
2021-11-03T14:53:04+00:00 synology kernel: [3516871.600069] ata1: device plugged sstatus 0x1
2021-11-03T14:53:12+00:00 synology kernel: [3516880.034037] ata1: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0)
2021-11-03T14:53:12+00:00 synology kernel: [3516880.054035] ata4: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0)
2021-11-03T14:53:17+00:00 synology kernel: [3516884.473968] ata1: softreset failed (device not ready)
2021-11-03T14:53:17+00:00 synology kernel: [3516884.479324] ata1: SRST fail, set srst fail flag
2021-11-03T14:53:17+00:00 synology kernel: [3516884.493966] ata4: softreset failed (device not ready)
2021-11-03T14:53:17+00:00 synology kernel: [3516884.499315] ata4: SRST fail, set srst fail flag
2021-11-03T14:53:18+00:00 synology kernel: [3516886.243939] ata3: wake up from deepsleep, reset link now
2021-11-03T14:53:19+00:00 synology kernel: [3516886.578577] ata3: device plugged sstatus 0x1
2021-11-03T14:53:22+00:00 synology kernel: [3516889.833889] ata4: SATA link up 6.0 Gbps (SStatus 133 SControl 300)
2021-11-03T14:53:22+00:00 synology kernel: [3516889.840402] ata4: link reset sucessfully clear error flags
2021-11-03T14:53:22+00:00 synology kernel: [3516889.853830] ata4: wake up successful, the reset fail can be ignored
2021-11-03T14:53:22+00:00 synology kernel: [3516890.063903] ata1: SATA link up 6.0 Gbps (SStatus 133 SControl 300)
2021-11-03T14:53:22+00:00 synology kernel: [3516890.070420] ata1: link reset sucessfully clear error flags
2021-11-03T14:53:22+00:00 synology kernel: [3516890.088327] ata1: wake up successful, the reset fail can be ignored
2021-11-03T14:53:27+00:00 synology kernel: [3516895.043799] ata3: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0)
2021-11-03T14:53:32+00:00 synology kernel: [3516899.493728] ata3: softreset failed (device not ready)
2021-11-03T14:53:32+00:00 synology kernel: [3516899.499083] ata3: SRST fail, set srst fail flag
2021-11-03T14:53:33+00:00 synology kernel: [3516901.243702] ata2: wake up from deepsleep, reset link now
2021-11-03T14:53:34+00:00 synology kernel: [3516901.529550] ata2: device plugged sstatus 0x1
2021-11-03T14:53:37+00:00 synology kernel: [3516904.473661] ata3: SATA link up 6.0 Gbps (SStatus 133 SControl 300)
2021-11-03T14:53:37+00:00 synology kernel: [3516904.480173] ata3: link reset sucessfully clear error flags
2021-11-03T14:53:37+00:00 synology kernel: [3516904.493618] ata3: wake up successful, the reset fail can be ignored
2021-11-03T14:53:42+00:00 synology kernel: [3516910.033561] ata2: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0)
2021-11-03T14:53:47+00:00 synology kernel: [3516914.473492] ata2: softreset failed (device not ready)
2021-11-03T14:53:47+00:00 synology kernel: [3516914.478847] ata2: SRST fail, set srst fail flag
2021-11-03T14:53:51+00:00 synology kernel: [3516919.393431] ata2: SATA link up 6.0 Gbps (SStatus 133 SControl 300)
2021-11-03T14:53:51+00:00 synology kernel: [3516919.399947] ata2: link reset sucessfully clear error flags
2021-11-03T14:53:51+00:00 synology kernel: [3516919.417848] ata2: wake up successful, the reset fail can be ignored
2021-11-03T15:55:10+00:00 synology kernel: [3520598.356416] ata1: wake up from deepsleep, reset link now
2021-11-03T15:55:10+00:00 synology kernel: [3520598.356459] ata4: wake up from deepsleep, reset link now
 

Create an account or login to comment

You must be a member in order to leave a comment

Create account

Create an account on our community. It's easy!

Log in

Already have an account? Log in here.

Similar threads

You do know that you just brought a curse upon yourself for saying that.
Replies
20
Views
727
So this wipe all data include own data not just OS data, that I got from support and also I was try with...
Replies
5
Views
428
  • Question
I had a setup with only 2 4tb iron wolf drives and couldn't hear a thing. Just installed 2 16tb drives and...
Replies
5
Views
1,380
I think the maximum HDD I've seen are 18TB, so a 2-bay NAS could either build an array (storage pool) that...
Replies
12
Views
3,277
Generally from my tests, nvme with SSD array will not be super faster than a single SSD array, but in the...
Replies
3
Views
2,831
Many thanks - I have succeeded in enabling the unit to close down twenty minutes after lack of activity...
Replies
4
Views
1,514

Welcome to SynoForum.com!

SynoForum.com is an unofficial Synology forum for NAS owners and enthusiasts.

Registration is free, easy and fast!

Trending threads

Top