Debian vs rpm updating
The 2 Bay HR, First RAID, and 2 Bay RAIDFrame models all have Automatic Mirroring Technology.
This means they are all intelligent Direct Attached Storage (DAS) devices with a high speed mirroring or RAID board.
Try to inspect every level where these options exist to note if any power saving features are enabled and attempt to disable them.
Often a drive is shut down during inactivity to conserve power, but then when requested from again can take to long to spin up again and become ready and so a time-out error occurs resulting in the device going off-line.
For example if your machine and USB device are within or 20 feet of a shop arc welder, inconsistent operation wouldn’t be too surprising. If you share your building with another entity, it might be their RF noise causing the problem and not any from you.
As you can see, achieving persistent USB drive connections can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack.
Is your BIOS set correctly for continual USB operations.
Running at 5 Gigabits per second the signal is running at a similar frequency to a broadcast antenna.That translates to 640 MBps (megabytes per second)—ten times faster than USB 2.0 (aka Hi-Speed USB).In the real world this speed increase will result in only 2-3 times faster data transfer for backup compared to USB 2.0 but the signals are genuinely 10 times the bit rate.If you’re unable to resolve USB 3 problems, consider upgrading to one of our NAS solutions.Can USB 3.0 and e SATA drives be monitored and managed?
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While the device is connected (within reason) shake or wiggle connections to the power supply, the data cable, or even the device itself. If it does not, a weak connection of those items is suspect. A sufficient static discharge can disrupt system operations on all levels. Temperature – is it possible that at some point during the day or night, the air temperature is rising about 95F where your equipment is? This can happen when no one is around particularly with timer based thermostats. Molestation, unknown or authorized access – Is someone else using the computer, possibly without your knowledge?