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LSI 9750-4i 3ware SAS Driver

It sounds like very loud seeking in a synchronized pattern. Like a wheel of fortune clicking sound but deeper not the click of death sound. All 4 drives are doing it so it's unlikely that all 4 are faulty, and they are from different batches with slightly different firmwares too.

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If I would know how to flash all of them the same firmware I LSI 9750-4i 3ware SAS, but I have no idea how to do it because the drives hide behind the controller. And when it does, it's probably going to blat out a large amount of data.

Much larger than your write thru cache is LSI 9750-4i 3ware SAS of caching. So point two is this: However, there is some opportunity for write cache to be of use for ZFS sync writes. But this is pretty much the exception rather than the rule.

What you'd have discovered is some misery. No one here is likely to accuse me of terse answers, but sometimes they are insufficiently long.

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I should have expanded that last reply a bit to help you understand. Fairly generous ones in this day and age seem to be about 1GB of cache. Yes, that slows the host CPU, but on a Xeon, it's not that large an issue, and in the end Sun figured out that CPU cores were cheap while specialized silicon was very expensive. Like a wheel LSI 9750-4i 3ware SAS fortune clicking sound but deeper not the click of death sound.

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All 4 drives are doing it so it's unlikely that all 4 are faulty, and they are from different batches with slightly different LSI 9750-4i 3ware SAS too. If I would know how to flash all of them the same firmware I would, but I have no idea how to do it because the drives hide behind the controller. I'm willing to go down to R2, that's a solid OS too, but I'm frustrated with the loud knocking seek LSI 9750-4i 3ware SAS.

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