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  1. See last sentence in the UDMA CRC Errors section from the user manual. A link to the user manual can be found at the bottom right of the Unraid UI.
  2. You have probably created the symlinks with absolute references which are only valid within the mappings provided inside your dockers. Lets say you are mapping /mnt/users/Media -> /Media in a docker. Now you create a symlink in the docker to be something like /Media/Favourites/A_Film -> /Media/Films/A/A_Film then this works fine within the docker because /Media/Films/A/A_Film is a valid path within the docker. But /Media/Films/A/A_Film is not valid outside your docker. If the symlink had been created with relative references like /Media/Favourites/A_
  3. That error message is saying the directory that a symbolic link points at does not exists.
  4. Did your problem go away with the latest version of the plug-in, or did your problem persist?
  5. Should the online manual page linked to in the 1st posting be updated to include this —sparse option to save future users from the same problem?
  6. Assuming the delay when accessing your media shares from Windows are not just the drives spinning up, then one thing you could try is to change the SMB setting "Case-sensitive names" to "yes" for these shares. For me this made a significant difference. Of course once you make this change you will need to ensure that any file/folder names in any scripts or saved settings have the correct case.
  7. You don’t happen to run any VMs on your Desktop? They might be given the name of the host with the numeric postfix.
  8. First thing to do is to convert the name back to an IP address. You can do this with: nslookup DESKTOP-PC-2.local Now look for the device on your network with that IP address.
  9. Instead of trying to build this yourself, look for the NoIp docker in Apps.
  10. Short answer yes. But as you say it isn’t very intuitive. The placement rules apply to new files. The mv command isn’t creating a new file, just renaming an existing file so the placement rules do not apply. You have 2 possible choices: Set the Media share’s cache setting to ‘Yes’ rather than ‘No’ and mover will subsequently move the files from the cache drive to the data drives. change your command to mv downloads/some_dir/ /mnt/user0/Media/. As share views in user0 does not include the cache drive this forces the mv command to do a copy/d
  11. Request for the addition of ‘spell’. I tend to use it when I need to bulk check text files for obvious spelling errors.
  12. Maybe the information about the .ssh config on the flash drive (and maybe simple instructions like the above) should be added to the unraid manual (maybe in the Security section).
  13. One cause I have seen for this problem is where the share directory on the cache/data disks have been created with a mixture of cases (eg on one disk it is called "Data" and another it is called "data".
  14. "No data" in this case means every sector on the disk contains zeros (so the the parity calculations remain valid when they are removed) in your case you have a file system on the disks showing no files .... the file system structure are data. Also if you used to have files on the drive then the content of the files are almost certainly still there .... it is just the directory entry describing where the file is the was deleted. so an empty file system is not the same as a disk containing just zeros.