If a disk disconnects while a node is running, if audits happen during this time is this still considered as missing pieces that could lead to very fast disqualification?
I’m asking because I recently had all my disks disconnected at the same time for roughly 6 to 8 hours before I noticed something was wrong and was able to reboot the whole thing and get back to normal.
During this time, almost all of my nodes that were running on these disks got suspended with suspension scores sometimes very low (below 30%), but the “Audit” scores stayed at 100% on all of them though.
Which I must say is a very pleasant surprise because considering how fast a score goes down, I thought all my nodes were done for…
I’m just wondering if I got lucky, or if a recent version of the node software behaves differently?
(I’m on 1.9.5)
Because AFAIK many people got their nodes DQed in the past because of disks sudden unmount/disconnection.