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Lost data for first time. 2TB Seagate drive in my server failed overnight. No backups, but it was not that important data. Took it apart and found write heads missing and disks grinded. No SMART errors as of yesterday in my email/logs. Died instantly at 6:25 AM as logs say. Always backup, guys.

Lost data for first time. 2TB Seagate drive in my server failed overnight. No backups, but it was not that important data. Took it apart and found write heads missing and disks grinded. No SMART errors as of yesterday in my email/logs. Died instantly at 6:25 AM as logs say. Always backup, guys.

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  1. I have a local backup of everything to my synology 1517+ and a black blaze backup of everything too.

    Just had an old WD My Book Duo 8TB die that was my primary plex drive and didn’t even sweat it – ordered a new $150 8TB drive from Amazon the same day and restoring everything now.

  2. At a first glance thought that was mold, damage from mold.

  3. This would be a neat thing to get framed on your wall as a reminder of the first, hopefully last failed drive.

  4. 420 Backblaze it

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  5. “always backup”. Proceeds to say he has no backups

  6. My thing is live music recordings and at one time a few years ago I bought 3 seagate 3tb externals. Within a year the first had failed and I could not recover anything from it. A short while later, the other 2 had died. It is not the first time seagate has failed me, but it was pretty dramatic. I do not use seagates any more.

  7. >Always backup, guys.

    Always **test your backups** too. You really want to know that your backup media’s about to fail as early as possible, so that you can replace it and get another clean backup before your source fails too.

    Happened to me several years ago. RAID1 + nightly `rsnapshot` backup to external HDD, with a custom one-liner post-backup script I devised that re-reads every byte ever written to the backup drive…once. (`rsnapshot` dedups identical file versions via hardlink, so a naive read of every file would do a **LOT** of unnecessary I/O, possibly shortening backup drive life by a significant margin.)

    All went well till one day, when my backup report email mentioned I/O errors in my check script (but no write errors during the backup itself). Bought an external drive, immediately ran `rsnapshot` to get a clean backup, went to bed.

    Woke up the next morning to *two* dead internal drives and a kaput RAID, naturally. Bought two new drives, restored from my fresh backup, carried on.

    On a whim, I later tried using my old backup drive. Yup, that was dead too. :O

  8. Probably not the best time to note that I have those same 3 drive models on FreeNAS in raidZ1, huh?
    Can you backup to another external HDD in Freenas? How do you do it?

  9. Is it really a server if you’re using consumer grade Seagate models, one disk not in a redundant RAID array, and no backups?

  10. Always at least have parity. Run SnapRAID or something for non invasive parity – we can’t always afford proper backups, but a drive failure should never lead to data loss – because drives *always* fail. It’s a normal thing.

  11. You mention email/logs. What are you using to monitor automatically? Curious because I would like to setup monitoring and automatic notification.

  12. It served its owner well, died doing what it loves doing.

  13. I was actually staring at this a while wondering how and why you had a picture of my coaster…

    Drive platter coaster and very similar wood on one of my desks…

  14. Let this be a learning experience for everyone, if you want to store something long term you should invest in something that has raid. You can get some some decent 4 bay NAS for about 500$ and avoid the head ache.

  15. I never trusted Seagate, I don’t know why but I would never touch one with a 10 foot pole. I always bought Hitachi, now Toshiba and a couple of cheap WD back before they started doing all the color BS and never had any problems.

  16. God damn, it just went straight out

    I had the only disk in my “server” fail about a year ago

    That was annoying. I have a video somewhere of the arm just bouncing off the platters

    Feels bad. Luckily I had a full, week-old backup

  17. Friends don’t let friends keep Seagate for this reason. The number of Seagate drives I’ve had that had wrong or bad Smart data is in the dozens.

  18. CrashPlan Pro is your friend. $10/mo, unlimited data, but that’s per computer.

    I have a W2016 Essentials server where I have everything stored centrally, including all the files and PC backups from my other PCs/laptops. It’s all backed up in the cloud.

    You’re going to sign up now, right?

  19. most people don’t think a backup is needed until a backup is critical..

  20. I’ve lost four 500GB hard drives in the Dell laptop at work in just over four years- including a 3 month old one that died just last night. I wish I could take those apart and see what’s going on.

  21. I had a fan fail on my drive array’s and the temperature shot up to 80C overnight until I woke up and fixed it. Now you’re making me relive that, because I’m wondering what the long term effects of that have been. Does anyone have insight into how that kind of temperature exposure can effect the drives?

  22. There are two types of hard drives.. ones that have failed, and ones that will fail. Govern yourself accordingly

  23. what drive was it and what did you have? i use syncback free along with google gswite to backup. not sure what to replace gswite with that works with unraid

  24. some times drive die in a strange ass way. i had a few die on me. one was a replacement hard drive. (new) die on me after 3 days. another did the click click and dead. or my fav disc spin and needle fell. i only lost data once that was important. years ago.

  25. Four media, at least two locations: SSD, HDD, cloud, tape.

  26. Thanks for sharing that. I recently setup a portable 2tb raid drive which cost me 4x the cost of a regular external 2tb drive and I was beginning to think it was not worth it. But I can live peacefully that my data is safe.

  27. Why does it always have to happen before we decide to backup, why!!

  28. Scary stuff. How old was the drive, out of curiosity? In terms of manafacture date/power on hours.

  29. I had two drives die. A 2TB and a 3TB. I have no idea what happened. They both died in the same way, they spin up but are not visible to the BIOS or OS.

  30. I’m sorry for your loss.

    The drives I’ve had fail have always gone out the same way. So scary!