You can back rev from 184.108.40.206736 to 220.127.116.11352 using the process found in AA 903 at:
AA 903 is just rewriting the OS manually. Up or down it doesn’t matter. It shouldn't mess with data, but BACK UP your data first.
When I power button to a complete off state, my system doesn't have to rebuild the RAID. Something odd's going on there.
You can look through the dump (diagnostic) file to see if anything's wrong. To get a dump file, go to the “Settings” tab and replace the “settings.htmlxxx location with “support.html”. When the support page loads, select “Dump Files” and “Dump” to create. View the index.html
I am experiencing exactly the same problem. Do you have any solutions?
I tried to reinstall the memory. It seems the hang problem solved, but then the unit start rebuilding the data protection time to time and I cannot do anything before the rebuild is done.
What is the fix action for this issue? I was unable to find an answer for this issue.
Is there any solution? Our SS4200-E have started having the exact same problem. We are needing to do a restart every hour or so.
One strange thing: we cannot connect to the device (in windows or via ssh) and access any files, but we are able to ping the IP address. Since the page with the downgrade instructions is no longer available, we were not able to see if it would help if we downgraded our firmware.
If anyone has a copy of the instructions to do a firmware downgrade, that would be greatly appreciated.
The solution is to install Free-NAS. This is exactly what I did, haven't had any issues ever since!
Actually in my case it was a bad SATA cable - I changed it and everything worked fine.
I'm having the same problem also after the update but I guess it could be the SATA cable. Was the SATA cable a problem found in others? It would be great to get this fixed and working like I know it should be.