I don't know what I've done...

#1
...to my lovely T2, but I'll try to explain the sequence of events.
A few weeks ago, a message from the webif popped up about internal hard disk errors. I panicked a bit and replaced it with a slightly bigger one.
Things started ok with the first couple of days, but then the error messages popped up again, and also everything suddenly slowed down to a majorly unacceptable level ( 3 hours to auto-decrypt a half-hour radio show?), and also programs missed being recorded.
Also, previously with Filezilla, transfers to my laptop used to take a few minutes with speeds of up to 11mbps, but now it's more like 250kbps.
Whatever information you guys need I'll try to provide, but i don't know where to start!
 

MartinLiddle

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#2
A few weeks ago, a message from the webif popped up about internal hard disk errors. I panicked a bit and replaced it with a slightly bigger one.
What was the message on the Webif that caused the panic and what make and model of hard drive did you fit?
 

af123

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#3
Also please post the output of the 4kalign diagnostic which you can run from the webif diagnostics page
 
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wiab4355
#4
Can't remember the message, sorry.

Seagate ST1000VM002 Pipeline HD 1 TB Internal Hard Drive - Black

>>> Beginning diagnostic 4kalign


Running: 4kalign

--> This is an Advanced Format (AF) drive.

Model Number: ST1000VM002-1CT162
Logical Sector size: 512 bytes
Physical Sector size: 4096 bytes
Logical Sector-0 offset: 0 bytes
Nominal Media Rotation Rate: 5900

Disk /dev/sdb: 931.5 GiB, 1000204886016 bytes, 1953525168 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
Disklabel type: gpt
Disk identifier: CA6D29A8-7194-4B4A-95C1-0753C260C236

Device Start End Sectors Size Type
/dev/sdb1 2048 2099199 2097152 1G Linux filesystem
/dev/sdb2 2099200 1932553614 1930454415 920.5G Linux filesystem
/dev/sdb3 1932554240 1953525134 20970895 10G Linux filesystem


* OK * - partiton /dev/sdb1 is properly aligned.
* OK * - partiton /dev/sdb2 is properly aligned.
* OK * - partiton /dev/sdb3 is properly aligned.



>>> Ending diagnostic 4kalign
 
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