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  1. Hi, whenever my server is under load (for example, using FreeFileSync to mirror a large directory from Windows and deleting a large folder that is on my UnRAID server from Windows at the same time), Windows will return a device is inaccessible error after a short period of activity. Does this mean I need a faster processor or how can I troubleshoot this? My UnRAID server is an i5-3570K with 16GB of memory, LSI 9210-8i SAS card, 45 HDD's, 1 SSD and a 10G NIC. All in a Supermicro SC847 chassis. Thank you!
  2. Hi, so I went ahead and started the array without the bad disk that is in the pool and while the array started, all the drives in the pool are labeled as Unmountable: Too many missing/misplaced devices. I've also tried scrubbing the pool, and while many errors were fixed, some were uncorrectable. The pool is formatted as RAID6, so I'm wondering why a single drive failure can lead to this. Any thoughts on what I should do next to try and recover? Thanks!
  3. Hi, when I try to do these steps: stop array, remove 1 device in the pool -start array, let BTRFS work -stop array, add replacement device -start array, let btrfs work I stopped the array and deselected the faulty drive from the pool using the drop down box, when I go to start the array, it says "Start will remove the missing cache disk and then bring the array on-line." Should I check the box to okay the removal of the missing cache disk to start the array? I can't tell if the message means removing the faulty disk I just deselected (which I want to do) or removing the entire pool (which I don't want to do). Thanks!
  4. Hi, I'm curious to know what it means for the UnRAID Health Status to be green with a PASS for Array Health Report. My UnRAID box is showing green and pass and yet I am getting lots of error on my btrfs pool that are showing up in my logs: Oct 14 12:22:10 UnRAID kernel: BTRFS info (device sdp1): read error corrected: ino 0 off 34270135595008 (dev /dev/sdw1 sector 1209819416) Oct 14 12:22:10 UnRAID kernel: BTRFS error (device sdp1): parent transid verify failed on 34270140792832 wanted 125792 found 120895 Oct 14 12:22:10 UnRAID kernel: BTRFS info (device sdp1): read error corrected: ino 0 off 34270140792832 (dev /dev/sdw1 sector 1209829568) Are these "real" errors and should I be worried? Will a btrfs "scrub" help clear these up? Thanks! Hammer8
  5. Hi, is there a way to change UnRAID so it remembers the command history? Is there a risk of doing this? I assume it’s turned off by default for a reason. Thanks!
  6. Thank you very much. I will give it a try and report back. Really appreciate your help! I must say I am very grateful to the members of this forum who are so helpful in making a complex product like UnRAID much more manageable for newbies like myself.
  7. Hi, trying to follow the discussion...this looks like the suggested workaround to replace a bad drive: stop array, remove 1 device in the pool -start array, let BTRFS work -stop array, add replacement device -start array, let btrfs work I can do the above via the GUI. But the thread seems to suggest this is an Unraid GUI bug. Is there a way I can replace the bad disk with a good disk in "one" step using CLI? Thanks!
  8. Hi, one of the disks in my btrfs pool (Raid 6) is failing and I tried to replace it following the instructions in the UnRAID manual. 1) stop array, 2) unselect the bad disk and select the new disk in place of the bad disk and 3) start the array. When I do this, the pool does not mount and I get the message: Unmountable: Too many missing/misplaced drives. However, when I reinstall the “bad” drive, the pool mounts correctly. Does anyone know how I can replace the bad drive in this situation? Thank you!
  9. Hi, update: I took out the new disk and replaced it with the old disk. Now the Pool mounts properly. Should I do something else to replace the bad disk?
  10. Hi, I had one disk fail in my btrfs (RAID6) pool (a pool, not the Array) and I replaced the disk this morning by stopping the array, unselecting the failed disk and selecting the new disk. When I restarted the array, the array shows up fine, but all the disks in the pool (not Array) says Unmountable: Too many missing/misplaced drives. All the disks in the pool as a green dot next to them. Anything I can do to fix this? The only option I see on the GUI is Format will create a file system in all Unmountable disks. Thank you.
  11. Hi, running UnRAID 6.9.2 and seeing a physical disk being listed twice in Main. Once as part of a Pool (as sdt) and once as an unassigned disk (as sdav) in Unassigned. Both the Array and Pool are running fine and I'm not seeing any errors. Any ideas why it's being listed twice? Thanks!
  12. Hi, actually, what does Streams mean? I see that when I say play a video file from UnRAID, streams will say 1 on the share the video file is located, but when, say, I backup to the UnRAID server, the streams count stays 0. What triggers a stream count?
  13. Hi, I notice my Streams count next to each listed share on the dashboard always shows 0 even when I know files are being accessed. This started to happen a couple of months ago, and prior to that, the Streams count will be non-zero when I am accessing the share. Anyone else experiencing this? Thanks!
  14. Hi, found simply stopping the array and replacing the drive is all I need to do. Right now, I think the btrfs pool is rebuilding...is there somewhere that shows the progress? Thanks!
  15. Hi, I'm a very new user of UnRAID so many apologies if this has been asked before. I have an UnRAID box with 1) the main array, 2) an SSD cache, and 3) a pool formatted as BTRFS (RAID 6). One of the disks in the BTRFS pool is failing and I would like to replace it while keeping my data in the pool intact. Can someone point me in the right direction? Thank you