Diskussion:Device: /dev/sda, 1 Currently unreadable (pending) sectors

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Niki Hammler meinte …

<comment date="2012-08-30T08:30:04Z" name="Niki Hammler"> One additional comment: The problem is NOT solved by rebooting. It seems that zeroing out is necessary :-( </comment>

mike meinte …

<comment date="2012-12-26T17:07:31Z" name="mike"> hello! i have /dev/sdb 3TB how to perform Zeroing the disk for 3TB

cat /dev/zero | pv -s 3000G | dd of=/dev/sda bs=100M

or this is not right ? please show the correct command

I'm afraid to make a mistake


Niki meinte …

<comment date="2012-12-29T17:29:49Z" name="Niki"> Are you sure you have the same config as I (RAID1)? Only in this case my howto makes sense, otherwise you will destroy all your data!!

If you are sure (really sure!) then the disk in the command must match:

cat /dev/zero | pv -s 3000G | dd of=/dev/sdb bs=100M 


James Hightower meinte …

<comment date="2013-06-13T15:37:50Z" name="James Hightower"> I think your can skip the zero-ing part. Unless you have write-intent bitmaps enabled, then just removing and re-adding a drive will cause MD to overwrite the entire disk, including your pending-bad blocks. Thiis has worked for me many times. Remember, though, that the SMART Offline_Uncorrectable won't get updated until the next offline collection occours, like with smartctl -t offline. </comment>

Niki meinte …

<comment date="2013-06-14T05:27:11Z" name="Niki"> Dear James,

Thank your for your comment! I will try it our the next time I encounter the message!

Niki </comment>