FreeNAS 11.1 U5 - Fatal Trap 12 error

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  1. K D

    K D Well-Known Member

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    My FreeNAS box keeps getting this error and reboots by itself every 5-10 minutes. I have tried re installing FreeNAS but get the same issue.

    System Config:
    Motherboard - X10SRH-CLN4F with onboard LSI 3008 flashed to P14
    CPU - E5-1620 V4
    RAM - Hynix 2 x 16GB DDR4 22400 ECC
    NIC - Mellanox CX3 40GB
    Chassis - SC846 with BPN-SAS3-846EL1
    OS Boot disk - 2x Apacer SATADOM (mirrored)
    DATA Disks - 20x WD Red (8TB)


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  2. EffrafaxOfWug

    EffrafaxOfWug Radioactive Member

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    Are there any entries in the IPMI log to suggest memory problems, and have you tried a run under memtest?
     
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  3. K D

    K D Well-Known Member

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    There are no issues in the ipmi log. Freenas 10.4 was running in an aio without issues till 2 days ago. Issue started after converting freenas to baremetal.
     
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  4. Jeggs101

    Jeggs101 Well-Known Member

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    Convert to Proxmox. In other words:

    I was afraid. I was petrified.
    Kept thinking I could never live without FreeNAS by my side
    But then I spent so many nights thinking how FreeNAS did me wrong
    And I grew strong
    And I learned how to get PVE along

    Losing the ZFS GUI wasn't a big deal for me once I learned it.
     
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  5. K D

    K D Well-Known Member

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    Memtest ran successfully for 4 hrs. Found a post in the freenas forums where 11.1 had issues with having mirrored rpool on sata SSDs.

    Will try with different SSD or USB flash once I'm back.
     
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    K D Well-Known Member

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    This seems to be an issue with FreeNAS 11.1 U5.

    I got the same error after replacing almost everything in the system. Proxmox was stable as well as running FreeNAS / OmniOS in a VM on this system. Tried U5 in another system with a X10SDV-2C-7TPF board and got the same error.

    Did a clean install of 11.1 U4 and it has been stable for a week now.
     
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  7. realtomatoes

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    thanks for the heads up.
    am running 11.1 u5 and still solid since the upgrade.
     
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  8. K D

    K D Well-Known Member

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    SMH.

    I may have spoken too soon. I had a backup job running and got the same error now. There is nothing in the logs to indicate that something went wrong. Is there anything else I can do to troubleshoot? I've pretty much eliminated the physical hardware. The only other possibility could be the zpool itself. It was originally created in omnios with Napp-It. If all else fails, I have to figure out if it's worthwhile to re-create the pool and restore the data ( >︹<)
     
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  9. realtomatoes

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    sorry to hear that.
    well, if your data is critical, i'd start your data recovery/restore process, then recreate that pool in freenas from scratch.
     
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  10. K D

    K D Well-Known Member

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    Yeah! This is a backup server. I just kicked off scrubs on my main boxes. Once they finish, Once they are done, I’ll do that. 52TB :(
     
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  11. realtomatoes

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    52TB... that's gonna take some time.
    hopefully it turns out alright.
     
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    Rand__ Well-Known Member

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    But it makes no sense that this should not have occurred in the VM if it indeed was a pool issue

    There was a thread somewhere here that mentioned having issues with MLX Card and Freenas but I can't find it. Not sure its related at all but worth checking.
     
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