• [6.9.1] Cant ADD POOL using unformatted disks

    • Solved Minor

    ADD POOL using unformatted disks (blkdiscarded SSD's) fails with the following error messages:


    A 2 device pool

      emhttpd: /mnt/test mount error: No pool uuid


    A 1 device pool

      emhttpd: /mnt/test mount error: Unsupported partition layout


    The workaround is to preformat the drives using Unassigned Devices


    Tested in Safe Mode, with the disks connected to on-board Intel controllers.

    Diagnostics - Create Pool Tests.zip

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    Those are expected messages in syslog.  In webGUI in this case do you see a Format button?

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    Missed it.




    Changed Status to Solved

    Edited by aim60
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