a few days ago i found out the drive i use for storj was shut down (my node is à raspberry pi 4 with a usb drive)
the node has been up for almost 3 weeks, without problem (i think)
so, a few days ago i tried to list the content of the drive, it woke up but took ages to answer, so i restarted (cleanly) the whole raspberry and it seemed to work again.
i found the drive in the same state the next day, so i wanted to migrate from the dedicated drive (4TB, 3.2 allowed for the node) to the one i use as “NAS” (8TB, at least 5 free) with an “rsync” command (to a dedicated folder)
i updated the node configuration and everything seemed ok (yesterday)
this morning (i’m in europe) i found out the node had 2.6TB space left, it said 1TB 3 days agos, and now i have the message " Your node has been disqualified on 1wFTAgs9DP5RSnCqKV1eLf6N9wtk4EAtmN5DpSxcs8EjT69tGE . If you have any questions regarding this please check our Node Operators thread on Storj forum."
is there anything for me to do ? i guess something went wrong with the “rsync” command but i don’t know what, and how to correct it.
i still have the previous drive, but maybe it is too late.
should i just create a new identity and clear the files the actual node has ?
is there any way to migrate cleanly or to shut the node correctly (i think the node has mainly test data from “saltlake”) and avoid a “repair” operation on the data still present on my node’s drive ?
my guess for the whole thing is : initially, the node had 3TB available, so it constantly had data coming in to fill it up, and never had enough time idle to go in deep sleep mode
once there only had 1TB free, there was less data incoming and the drive got into deep sleep, and the combination of the drive (seagate baracuda) with the case (icy box usb3, specific model unidentified) make it hard to wake up
thanks in advance for any hint