Since some days, I noticed that "resync" of md device triggers at boot time. Sometimes, it triggers at every boot. It slows down the computer and the disks access for 90minutes. I didn't notice this kind of behavior at the beginning.
Lately I didn't change anything except changing a component (PCI sound card) and keeping the OS up to date by installing the last updates. So I checked the health of the disks (with smartctl) and manually triggered a check of the array (with /usr/share/mdadm/checkarray). But everything looks good. In the log (first post) there are messages about the bitmap of the array and that is not clean forcing a reconstruction of the array. I don't think it's normal. Le dim. 21 juin 2020 à 22:53, Ben Hutchings <b...@decadent.org.uk> a écrit : > Control: tag -1 moreinfo > > You need to explain what the bug is. The subject says that a RAID > array was resynced at boot, but that's supposed to happen in some > circumstances. > > * Why did you not expect it? > * Did you notice anything happen before, or did you make any change, > that might have triggered this behaviour? > * Does this happen repeatedly? > * If so, haved you tried anything to work around this, and did it > work? > > Ben. > > -- > Ben Hutchings > It is impossible to make anything foolproof > because fools are so ingenious. > > >