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I've been using a FreeNAS server for the past 6 months and recently, something happened and it's not able to boot up completely now. After attaching a monitor to the server, I've found multiple logs saying "Periph destroyed" pertaining to almost all my disk devices. Not trying to panic but I really don't know what the messages mean. And I can't even drop to the shell to investigate anything so the logs are all I have.

I'm using FreeNAS 9.3. My server is a typical Intel PC server. I can't remember specifics about the server build but if anyone thinks it's pertinent information I can dig out my receipts.

Appreciate any pointers towards what may the problem be and how to solve it.

Screenshot of error in FreeNAS

Screenshot of error in FreeNAS

Screenshot of error in FreeNAS

Screenshot of error in FreeNAS

  • Check this freenas post. It just sucks when this happens and you don't know where to start – gwillie Aug 3 '15 at 6:03
  • Found that it was due to a faulty connection from the motherboard to the hard disks. Took it back to the shop who fixed it for me. Thanks! – feicipet Aug 14 '15 at 4:30
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Found that it was due to a faulty connection from the motherboard to the hard disks. Took it back to the shop who fixed it for me. Thanks!

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