There is a satellite ID in each log line, so that should give you a hint on which issue might be causing them. There are 2 known and separate issues. Everyone who has been able to provide historic logs for relevant pieces has confirmed that these issues are isolated to their respective satellites. It doesn’t help anyone to speculate based on what you admit is 0 evidence.
Issue on us2: This satellite is infrequently auditing pieces that have expired a while ago. Post things related to that issue in the corresponding topic: Audit weirdness (us2 satellite). (Team aware. No additional information is needed)
Issue on ap1: Deletes are for some reason not finished correctly leading to satellites resending the deletes and still auditing and repairing the respective pieces. That’s what the topic you’re in is about.
By now plenty of logs with the required context have been posted. Unless you have new findings, there is no need to post more logs. There is especially no need to post logs with even less context and speculate that things that aren’t related might be related. And it only leads to confusion to post logs that are related to the other issue or completely unrelated to both.
If you do believe that you are experiencing one of these issues on satellites other than the respective ones mentioned above, please provide logs with the full history of that piece that show that it is indeed the same issue. If you can’t provide the full piece history, there is no use in posting just the failed audit. Without more information, nobody can tell you why you failed that audit.
Luckily the Storj Labs team is aware and working on both issues and have already said that SNOs don’t need to take any action and any negative effects related to the issues will be reverted from their end. So just sit back and give them time to implement the fixes. And keep in mind that it is the weekend at the moment, so it might be a bit before everything is fixed and all symptoms are gone. I’m certain they will report back when there is more news on this.
Bottom line: No data was ever at risk and no storage nodes are at risk.