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Scanner locking drives?

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I just bought and installed Scanner this morning on my ISCSI ccboot server which is used to serve diskless clients.

Strangely when the scanner is running, or maybe the service is active, ISCSI clients have the drive locked and cannot be accessed.

There's even 1 client that fails to boot,

ccboot relies on multiple disks on server and each have their own function

Is there any known conflict with iscsi programs?

I uninstalled scanner and things go back to normal, so it's definitely has something to do with it,  and it's the only program i add to the server today

 

NB ; there were some drives that's giving me file system damaged and SMART warning and i tried to fix them

I think it may have something to do with fixing these drives

is it safe to ignore file system damage?

 

I'm getting this log from ccboot :

 

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07:36:27 *** Error *** Start game cache failed. drive: G ram: 0 ssd: 63488 reason: 0x1f A device attached to the system is not functioning.
07:46:59 *** Error *** Start game cache failed. drive: G ram: 0 ssd: 63488 reason: 0x1f A device attached to the system is not functioning.
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\G: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\G: failed
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\G: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\G: failed
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\G: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\G: failed
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\G: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\G: failed
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\G: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:50:40 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\G: failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.59:1024 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.59:1025 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.59:1026 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.59:1027 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.59:1028 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
07:53:57 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.59:1029 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
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08:00:50 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.76:1034 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.61:1024 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.61:1025 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.61:1026 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
08:01:04 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.61:1027 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed
08:01:05 *** ERROR *** file_open \\.\F: error 5 reason: 0x5 Access is denied.
08:01:05 *** ERROR *** Open \\.\F: failed
08:01:05 *** ERROR *** 192.168.0.61:1028 disconnect: InitDisk (D:\MSI_May_2018.VHD;\\.\F:;\\.\G:;)failed


 

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No, StableBit Scanner shouldn't lock the drive.... unless it's running a file system repair.  

Otherwise, if the drive in question has SMART errors, and whatever game/app is having issues, then it's likely that the disk is damaged, and that is what is causing the issues. 

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16 hours ago, Christopher (Drashna) said:

No, StableBit Scanner shouldn't lock the drive.... unless it's running a file system repair.  

Otherwise, if the drive in question has SMART errors, and whatever game/app is having issues, then it's likely that the disk is damaged, and that is what is causing the issues. 

Yeah some drives were having file system damage or something, that's why i ran file system repair, 

that's what locked it then?

I''m rma ing the SMART error drive and replace it with new one

this means i have to spend some maintenance time to fix the file system damage drives...

Or.. is it safe to just ignore them?

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Well, The file system repair can/will lock the volume until the repair is finished.  So that may be what you're seeing. 

But more likely is that the errors on the disk are what is causing the issue here. 

If you stop the StableBit Scanner service, that should be telling.  If the issue persists, then it's not StableBit Scanner.  But if it goes away, then let us know. 

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On 7/15/2018 at 2:09 AM, Christopher (Drashna) said:

Well, The file system repair can/will lock the volume until the repair is finished.  So that may be what you're seeing. 

But more likely is that the errors on the disk are what is causing the issue here. 

If you stop the StableBit Scanner service, that should be telling.  If the issue persists, then it's not StableBit Scanner.  But if it goes away, then let us know. 

It's definitely the scanner cause the moment i uninstalled it the problem was gone.

Is  there anyway to force file system repair during next boot? I don't see it on the options.

I have to ignore this for now until the next reboot

 

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In StableBit Scanner?  By trying to repair it. 
But if it's not actively scanning the file system, it shouldn't cause this. 

But you can go into the disk settings and set it to never run a file system scan.  That ... may be the best option, actually. 

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