New here. Batch6 with Intel i7-1165G7. My 1tb expansion card somewhat randomly disconnects and reconnects, I think while doing sustained writes. Tested on linux.
Haven’t diagnosed it properly yet. So I’ll provide some probably useless info for now.
While properly locked in place, the filesystems on the device will suddenly become readonly. Just before this occurs,
dmesg shows a usb disconnect event, the fs failing to write a few times and becoming readonly, the usb connect event, and the reconnected block device getting assigned a new letter (sda->sdb->sdc) since the old one is still sort of in use.
So far has only happened while actively writing to the card such as when running
emerge -NavDu @world or
btrfs receive, and has only happened while in the framework laptop itself (have tried the bottom left and right bay). I have not yet had issues when plugged into my desktop, but it has not spent much time in there yet. It usualy takes several minutes of active writes before it disconnects, taking 15min+, but have had it disconnect once shortly after boot for unknown reasons.
Tested using it from a fresh kali linux install on a seperate flash drive, from gentoo installed on the 1TB ssd itself, and from a fresh arch linux install on my nvme.
My btrfs receive was over ssh and with the network speed around ~160Mbps. The card dis/re-connected at 13Gb within 20min.
Anyone else with similar issues? Any recs for commands I should run for monitoring and testing? Assuming/hoping its a bad flash card for now, but it did happily let my desktop write 200Gb to it (in a much shorter <5 min timespan), and let me compile/install gentoo to it from the desktop over the course of an hour. Its not hot to the touch, but if its a thermal issue what should I do to check (I don’t think lm-sensors shows anything for the card by default)?
relevant dmesg: Framework 1TB expanson card random disconnect - Pastebin.com