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  1. I am not worried about data loss. I am just worried about how unRAID will handle the system, appdata and domains folders going missing. Will it automatically recreate them on the array until I replace the cache setup and move them over or something?
  2. That makes sense. Thank you for the help. I am assuming the hardware errors were on the cache pool, or were you referring to the data array as well? What is the best way to recover from this being that my system, appdata and domains folders are on the failing cache pool?
  3. It shouldn't be a 3 device pool. I set it up with only 2 drives. I replaced one a while back, could that be the 3rd drive? There are no historical drives listed if I stop the array. Plus the drive it thinks is missing, it is also reporting as present?
  4. I believe my 2 drive BTRFS cache pool is falling and is stuck in read-only mode. I cannot get my Docker service to start: Sep 30 08:35:59 unRAID root: ERROR: unable to resize '/var/lib/docker': Read-only file system Sep 30 08:35:59 unRAID root: Resize '/var/lib/docker' of 'max' Sep 30 08:35:59 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (216): /etc/rc.d/rc.docker start Sep 30 08:35:59 unRAID root: starting dockerd ... Sep 30 08:36:14 unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (218): umount /var/lib/docker I am trying to use the mover to clear out my cache drives so I can replace them, but that will not work either. I figured tha
  5. My word, that is embarrassing. That was it. Thank you.
  6. Works fine in shell. Issue appears to be with FileBot... /tmp # cd /storage/temp_files/ /tmp # touch testfile /tmp # cp testfile /storage/Movies/ /tmp # ls /storage/Movies/ | grep test testfile
  7. I am not using any automation, I am trying to do it all manually inside FileBot, so they're all blank. Do I need them even if I am not using the AMC script?
  8. I am running into an issue with permissions and it doesn't seem to pop up in this thread via search. I have 3 shares: 1 - Temporary storage place on my cache drive (/mnt/user/temp_files) 2 - Movies folder (/mnt/user/Movies) 3 - TV Shows folder (/mnt/user/TV Shows) I have my Docker container setup to pass (/mnt/user) to the container as (/storage). When I bring up the WebUI I can configure FileBot to pull my media files from the folder on my Cache drive and tag them, but when I try to copy them to the parity protected share on the array I get an error. I
  9. Yeah, the disk has some pending sectors. I can understand it dropped because it's failing - that's fair. That doesn't explain why the unRAID webUI still wasn't reading correctly on the dashboard page. Plus, if the drive reconnected, why didn't unRAID recognize that's back and add it back into the cache array? I'm a little lost why there is no notification of a missing disk whatsoever on the main page like there would be for a data drive. Just seems like I'm missing something more...
  10. I went to bed last night and realized I never posted the diagnostics. 🤦‍♂️ Since my first post I have removed 1 unassigned device (not the one in question) and added 3 more that are currently in a pre-clear process, otherwise nothing has changed. unraid-diagnostics-20200819-0621.zip
  11. I recently setup a new Cache RAID-1 for running a few dockers. Nothing fanny so I used some old mechanical drives. I basically slapped them both into unRAID and assigned them to be cache drives and it did the rest of the work making the RAID-1 array. I then used the unBalance plugin to move the default 4 folders to those drives. Overnight one of the cache drives went missing (screenshot 1). What is strange is the drive in unRAID on the main page doesn't show the drive as missing (screenshot 2), but it does show up under the Unassigned Devices section.
  12. That is kind of what I was figuring. Just a little depressing - I don't really want to go spend the money on several new drives at the moment. My previous use case was pretty light on the drives. I added media to them and very rarely deleted anything, otherwise it was just reads.
  13. I am moving from FreeNAS to unRAID and in the process I decided to pre-clear my old drives just to ensure their reliability. I had six (6) 4TB WD Red drives in my old RAID-Z2 array on FreeNAS. All the drives were bought together and they have all been in service for approximately 3.5 years. One of them in the last few months has had a few errors causing about 60MB to resilver a few times. I was going to replace that drive when I decided to move to unRAID - so that is a known failure. I am just a little taken back that of the remaining 5 drives every single one of them has had 1 or
  14. I have a few questions about how to properly setup the binhex/Plex Docker. I am new to unRAID and even newer to Docker. In the past I have always made my own Ubuntu VM to run Plex in so this is a bit of a learning curve for me. As I understand it you're supposed to pass a single directory which houses all your media - something like '/mnt/user/Media'. I however have 3 shares - Movies, TV Shows, and Music. While I could just pass '/mnt/user' that makes me very nervous giving the Docker container access to all my files. That goes against everything I was taught; only give a server/p
  15. That sounds like a good way to do it. I could just just keep my spare disks on the shelf and only add them to the share as my requirements grow. That will 'force' unRAID to fill up a single drive with a single media type before moving on to the next one that I provide. With that said, out of curiosity, what does happen when a single drive in a multi drive share configured with split level becomes full? Thanks for the assistance!