Hawkins12

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  1. Does that generally mean the disk went bad? Or just corruption of data? Just odd how disk smart data shows as fine.
  2. It was not disabled with "x". It was green when I started array and it showed as "unmountable". The search for Secondary superblocks, I calculate will take about 4 hrs (unless if finds something). It's running at 420 MB/s or so on a 6TB drive.
  3. Disk 19 - I ran the same command mentioned above: Received the error : couldn't verify primary superblock - not enough secondary superblocks with matching geometry !!! Searching for secondary superblock which I understand can take some time. 6TB drive
  4. Ok I entered Maintenance Mode and am running checks on Disk 19 and Disk 20. My Disk 19 check is taking a while but Disk 20 was relatively quick. I did have errors in Disk 20. Due to the errors, I ran xfs_repair -v /dev/md20 and afterwards, re-ran the Filesystem Check. Below are results: Phase 1 - find and verify superblock... Phase 2 - using internal log - zero log... - scan filesystem freespace and inode maps... - found root inode chunk Phase 3 - for each AG... - scan (but don't clear) agi unlinked lists... - process known inodes and perform inode discovery... - agno = 0
  5. Also, I assume i'll need to run a parity check when all is said and done...
  6. So I am having an issue with two disks in my array. No errors or anything. Below I'll describe problem: Array was running fine -- I was using these two disks exclusively for Chia Plots (chia farming). I got a weird issue in Chia where it was showing plots as "invalid". All plots seemed to be linked to one of my disks. It was spitting off errors, seemed to be running fine so I just tried to delete the plots. When I went to delete the plots via MC, it gave me some wierd I/O error. Then when I went in to view the files, it said "No files available to view" but still showed the
  7. So trying to use Swag with nextcloud. In the Proxy-Conf file, I am trying to modify the subdomain .conf.sample file. I've made modifications, removed .sample from the end, but I cannot save due to "You need permission to perform this action". I can't drag and drop the file from my computer to the server/appdata folder either. I even tried to SSH / Midnight Commander move the file into appdata but the "proxy-conf" directory doesn't show up in MC. How do i get a modified nextcloud .config file to save into the appdata folder? Note I am logged in under my account with read/write
  8. So I just tried to create a new VM. I can't even get the screen to show up for me to install Windows now. Not sure how it worked before but not now. I get the same screen "Failed to Connect to Server" and NOVNC.
  9. So I made it through and completely set up VM with Windows 10. Installed cleanly, adjusted settings, updated drivers, downloaded a couple apps, and everything worked good. I closed out of the window prior to setting up RDP or Splashtop or anythign like that. Now I can't access my VM any longer. When I go through the Unraid GUI and click "VNC Remote", I get a window that says "Failed to Connect to Server" and "noVNC". I downloaded a VNC viewer and can't access anything there either. How do I access my VM? Do I have to start from scratch because I didn't use RDP or Splashtop or
  10. They will not be dedicated so option 1 is not an option. As far as passing them through as network shares, I'll look into this and figure it out. Thanks for the quick reply.
  11. I am trying to figure out if I can do something and running in circles. I currently have about 8 "Unassigned Devices" (all HDDs) in Unraid. I am looking to set up a Windows VM to run off my cache NVME drive. I'd like to be able to access the data on the 8 Unassigned Devices within this Windows VM. Can this happen?
  12. Sure thing. I'll be tackling the project this weekend so I'll be sure to ask for help if something goes awry. Thanks!!
  13. Thanks for this. This is what I suspected. So as long as I shut down the server/Unraid, I can convert over to new chassis and Unraid should recognize every disk as it was before?
  14. One confirmation on what you mentioned. If I understand you right, Unraid already captures this SMART data and there's nothing on my end to do. I actually have the drives organized in a methodical format for drive identification purposes so I should easily be able to swap them over to the right respective spots but want to make sure there's nothing in UNRAID i need to do prior to the conversion. Thanks!