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  1. So how would I go about "telling" plex to fetch media from certain shares? Is there somewhere where these shares are mounted? For example, right now my transmissionovpn container is set up like this: docker run --cap-add=NET_ADMIN -d \ --name=transmissionovpn -v /mnt/disk1/internal/data:/data \ -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro \ -e CREATE_TUN_DEVICE=true \ -e OPENVPN_PROVIDER=NORDVPN \ -e OPENVPN_USERNAME=OPENVPN_USERNAME \ -e OPENVPN_PASSWORD=OPENVPN_PASSWORD \ -e WEBPROXY_ENABLED=false \ -e LOCAL_NETWORK= \ --log-driver json-file \ --log-opt max-size=10m \ -p 9091:9091 \ haugene/transmission-openvpn What would I have to replace "/mnt/disk1/internal/data" with to get it to write directly to the share, and not the disk?
  2. Is there an option to set this to most-free like I have set for my shares?
  3. My current set-up is an unRaid server running 3x2TB Seagate drives on an older Dell system as well as a secondary server running Plex on Ubuntu 20.04. My ubuntu install mounts a share set up on my unRaid server that has all of my Plex data. In addition to just running shares, my unraid server also runs haugene's transmission-openvpn docker container for torrents, something that I have noticed with this docker container is that it does not read or write any data to my /mnt/disk2 since I have set up with docker that it downloads data to /mnt/disk1/data. I am currently in the midst of building an unRaid server that will have enough power to do both of these things so that I can consolidate them both into a single box. My issue is that as my dockerized Plex library expands, I am scared that it will only be able to use 1 disk rather than all of the disks in my pool. Is there a way to get around this fact?