September 12, 2010, 5:30pm
When I reboot my PC (Win7 x64) the DroboPro (connected via iSCSI) shuts down and reboots as well. It is full (~12TB active data) and takes a LONG time to reboot and reappear in Windows.
It there a way to just keep the Drobo on while windows reboots?
Thanks in advance!
When you say a long time how long is a long time?
I have a PRO attached with iSCSI and it will take some time to come back up but not anything out of the ordinary for 8 drives to spin up - self check and come up as an active drive…
September 12, 2010, 7:44pm
The DroboPro completely shuts down when I reboot the PC. So the DroboPro starts back up (the blue lights go from 1-10 slowly - 4-5min), then it comes online (2-3min), then Windows/Drobo Dashboard find it (2-3min).
Takes a ~1min reboot and turns it into 10-15 before I can use the computer/drives again.
So its not going to sleep - it is fully tuning off / shutting down…
How have you configured your iSCSI?
Have you applied any firmware or software updates recentally?
Anything else of note you can add?
Initially I had piles of iSCSI issues when I used XP with WIN7 its been pretty painless so far…overall
The Drobo will reboot when connected directly to your computer. If it’s on a switch, it won’t reboot.
Mine does not reboot - it goes to sleep yes - but it will not take as long to come back up as a full shutdown and restart…