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  1. ChatNoir's post in Add second nvme to mirror cache pool was marked as the answer   
    If the first drive is already BTRFS, simply stop the Array, adjust the pool slot to 2 or more, assign the new drive and start the Array.
    Unraid should automatically set it to RAID1.
  2. ChatNoir's post in Share Compute showing 0KB on disks was marked as the answer   
    It probably means that you have an empty share directory on those drives.
    If it bothers you, you can remove them.
  3. ChatNoir's post in Z690 boot problems was marked as the answer   
    Do you have a folder named EFI- at the root of the flashdrive ?
    If so, rename it EFI (without the trailing -) and try booting again.
    If that does not fix the problem, try booting some other linux disto to check that it is not a general boot issue.
  4. ChatNoir's post in Warning: Share domains set to use pool cache, but files / folders exist on the cache_vm pool was marked as the answer   
    It's up to you to judge if it is a big deal or not.
    Fix Common Problems was recently updated to detect files that do not follow the share setting regarding Pools.
    If it is not where you want the files, then you should move the files manually to the correct location as suggested. You would have to stop the VM service in Settings first.
  5. ChatNoir's post in Server loses network connection/monitor/keyboard response Ver: 6.9.2 was marked as the answer   
    You should check your C-State settings in BIOS
    If it does not solve your issue, you should set up a syslog server as the logs on the diagnostics are lost on reboot.
  6. ChatNoir's post in Struggling with booting from the flash drive and CSM not enabling was marked as the answer   
    @jrd680 Is there a folder named EFI- on the flash drive.
    If so, try to rename it EFI without the trailing -
  7. ChatNoir's post in staggered drive install possible? was marked as the answer   
    Yes, absolutely.
  8. ChatNoir's post in Changing 2 1-TB SSD drives for the cache pool (2TB) to raid 1 cache drive with 1TB capacity was marked as the answer   
    It should be quite simple:
    disable Docker and VM services in Settings (maybe optional, not sure) access the pool configuration by clicking on "cache" run a scrub on the Pool to be sure to start with something clean (optional) In the "Balance" section, select the RAID profile you desire (RAID1 for you) and click "Balance" Enable the services you disabled earlier I do not think it is even required to disable Docker and VM services in Settings (to be confirmed by users with more experience in the matter). In any case, if it was for me, I'd do it.
  9. ChatNoir's post in Aide changement carte-mère ... was marked as the answer   
    Pas de soucis, ça peut toujours servir à quelqu'un dans le futur.  
  10. ChatNoir's post in Server won't boot today was marked as the answer   
    The forums 

    then :

  11. ChatNoir's post in paypal支付了没有收到key咋整? was marked as the answer   
  12. ChatNoir's post in share not showing on Windows 10 was marked as the answer   
    Did you try to change the settings of the share back and forth ? (Enable NO, then YES)
    Your diagnostics might show something ?
  13. ChatNoir's post in How to configure raid settings in pools was marked as the answer   
    Create the pool with as many drive as you want.
    Then Balance it to the RAID profile your desire (Select in the dropdown menu and hit Balance).
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