Keek Uras

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  1. Ok, I couldn't leave well enough alone 😁 I did some research and looked at logs and found that there was an error with the one drive that wouldn't mount, it suggested to run xfs_repair. I ran that on both drives, recreated their mount points and now they are in /mnt/disks as expected and working. Thanks again for the help! ~K
  2. That didn't work either. I'm going to give up for the night. Thanks for trying to help with this!
  3. Hmm. I've never mounted a drive from within a docker, always in the docker config of unRAID. Still no luck. Changed it back to that way and now one of my drives won't mount. I removed both UD plugins and reinstalled. I'm going to bounce and hopefully that's all it needs.
  4. They are specified in the docker config. Do I not use /mnt/remotes? That's the only place they are listed: They were listed in /mnt/disks prior to the change.
  5. I did earlier, so maybe that is the issue. However, running the df command in the transmission docker doesn't seem to show disks, this is the output: root@607410ce97a0:/# df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/loop2 157286400 10909712 145279904 7% / tmpfs 65536 0 65536 0% /dev tmpfs 16379588 0 16379588 0% /sys/fs/cgroup shm 65536 0 65536 0% /dev/shm tmpfs 1024 0 1024 0% /downloads shfs 70
  6. Ok, just tried setting up Transmission again, which is what I was using and I still can't save files to the UD drives. When I try, this is what I get: Here are all the settings: Both are set to r/w slave. Any other thoughts?
  7. I will take a look and see what I can do based on your advice. Thanks!
  8. These 2 drives are connected via USB. I can't map them using /mnt/disks because they are not there, they are in /mnt remotes. I was very surprised that the files were gone after I made the change. Krusader shows them to have no files and I've tried three dockers now with mapping to the root folders and nothing is able to write to them. Attached are the diagnostics you requested. The 2 drives in question: Let me know if I can provide anything else that would be of use. Thank you for your assistance. ~K repository-diagnostics-
  9. Hello, I'm in a bit of a pickle. I did what was suggested but it didn't go as it should have - it wiped both unassigned devices. I lost 20TB of data. All files are gone. I've already said some choice words, paced and made as much peace with it as I possibly can but now, I can't get any docker to write to these 2 drives. They are showing up in /remotes as it was said they would, and permissions are set to write and execute. I even tried new perms but still no luck. These settings are the same on both root folders: Any idea what I could look at next? Thanks, ~K
  10. Please disregard, it appears the issue is with unassigned devices.
  11. I was digging into this further and found this in the Transmission logs. What is this referring to, because I have no such directory structure? No space left on device (/home/buildozer/aports/community/transmission/src/transmission-3.00/libtransmission/inout.c:131) Thanks, ~K
  12. Hello! As of the last few versions, Transmission thinks it is out of space to download, when in fact it is not. This is the error when trying to download a 13GB file: To explain where downloads 2 is: The same folder mapped on Windows 10: Any idea what might be causing this? Thanks, ~K
  13. Well, isn't that something. I did take a look at the user guide before posting but didn't find the answer there and this explains why. I used to use YACR with it installed to my local box and my comics on another internal drive but migrated them to my unRAID server, with the thought of it becoming my complete media solution. Worst case, I go back to using Ubooquity for my comics. It's not the worst but can be a little finicky. I appreciate the response. Thanks for looking into it! ~K
  14. Ok, sorry, apparently one more question - how do you format the URL to make it work? I've tried the IP + port with and without http:// and nothing loads. The webpage loads fine in a browser. Here is what I have now: I tried it after adding /library to the path and got no love there either. Any ideas? Thanks, ~K
  15. Thank you for the response. I apologize that I had assumed incorrectly I installed it and automatically expected it to work more like Calibre Web. No problem at all, I'll install the reader on my PC since it's just for me anyway. Thanks again! ~K