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  1. Thanks everyone for the help, I seem to be back up and running. I even have the appdata backup plugin loaded.
  2. I will look that up as soon as I figure out how to get the appdata onto the new cache drive I'm new to Unraid, so didn't realize there was that plugin.
  3. I do have a second drive, but not sure what I do first.. I would think I need the following things to happen: Copy that data somehow from the backup to the new cache drive start up the array after this is done Those are guesses, but I have no idea lol
  4. Don't I have to do something with the cache drive? Like, format, replace, something? I'm not real sure where to do that since the cache drive is live.
  5. After using that process to copy the files over - I have a lot of these errors. What is the next step in the process?
  6. It is in the process... Man does Plex have a lot of files in there I would have thought most would be in the array, something I will have to look at after I finally get this back up and running
  7. I was going to go there next, just checking to make sure I'm on the right track here.
  8. ok, I did the following and I don't think the copy worked very well:
  9. ok, makes sense. on the BTRFS, I assume I have to shut stuff down before trying any of that? or at least unmount the cache drive? Trying to figure out how to do that and I am not succeeding. Sorry - I feel like such a newbie with Unraid.
  10. Still struggling with this. How does the cache get corrupted anyway? Is this a disk issue and I should replace the disk?
  11. So you are saying if I want my dockers to retain their settings - I need to recover that. Sound about right? Sorry for all the questions - I'm not all that familiar with Unraid yet. I've only had it running for 6 months and mostly left it alone after setup.
  12. I really don't think I need to worry about that data right? I believe all that data is located at /mnt/user/appdata anyway. I have no VMs, just Docker containers.
  13. ok, so I ran: cp -r /mnt/cache /mnt/user/Backup Looks like every file got an error as shown in the attached image. Unsure if this is because of permissions or a general read error on the cache drive?
  14. I have Krusader on there, but it is a docker and no longer working due to this corruption issue. I will have to figure out command line I guess.
  15. What would be the method to do this? Looks like all the files are: Docker Files - in /appdata/{Container-Name} libvirt.img