• No BTRFS Devices after wake

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    I occasionally have an issue where my two disk BTRFS cache pool device fails on wake after sleep. It appears the cache disk devices, intermittently, aren't ready available in time, and the BTRFS cache pool goes offline. Is there a way to tune a timeout for this? 


    I'll gather logs next time it happens.

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    Does your cache pool devices consist of SSDs or HDDs? 


    Are you using Dynamix S3 Sleep plugin or some other way to make your machine sleep?

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    Thanks for the reply  :)


    Just 2x 2.5" HDDs. I'm using the Dynamix S3 Sleep plugin. 


    I haven't been able to reproduce the issue since I've uninstalled the Unassigned Devices plugin, which seems like a probable cause. 

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