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  1. Whats the best way? I cant seem to find any options to do this. Will I need to install Windows VM and Backup & Sync? Rclone seems to have an option but only supports original quality and not high quality it appears like.
  2. Sorry but what exactly do I do to rebuild on top? stop array, re add disk and then it will give me this option ?
  3. Diagnostics attached akserver-diagnostics-20210114-1144.zip
  4. Sorry if this has been discussed many times in the past. I checked out a few threads and saw some mixed information so I thought it would be better to start a new thread. So one of the disks has a red x next to it with the message "Device Is Disabled, Contents Emulated". I have already rebooted before consulting the forum. So I have lost the log. Any suggestions pleas on how to proceed ahead. Thanks !
  5. I am comfortable with all of the above. Should not be an issue. Planning to 1. install a windows VM to backup/ sync my data to a Google Drive 2. delete a lot of data that serves no point sitting on the hard disks 3. see if that leaves me with enough space to free up disk by disk and format to XFS Will post back if any difficulties. Thanks again.
  6. Not very sure, was planning to read up on it. If there is some easy to use guide please advise. Thanks
  7. Noted. These are disks from a 2011 setup, hence. Will make the shift. Again, Thanks a lot man. Really appreciate.
  8. Woo Hoo!! Array started and all looks ok to my untrained eye. Love you for this man! diagnostics.zip
  9. After around 4 days and 3 passes the reiserfsck --rebuild-tree process has stopped. Under Main it still shows no mountable filesystem Output as below: reiserfsck 3.6.27 ************************************************************* ** Do not run the program with --rebuild-tree unless ** ** something is broken and MAKE A BACKUP before using it. ** ** If you have bad sectors on a drive it is usually a bad ** ** idea to continue using it. Then you probably should get ** ** a working hard drive, copy the file system from the bad ** ** drive to the good one -- dd_rescue is a good tool for ** ** that -- and only then run this program. ** ************************************************************* Will rebuild the filesystem (/dev/md1) tree Will put log info to 'stdout' Replaying journal: Replaying journal: Done. Reiserfs journal '/dev/md1' in blocks [18..8211]: 0 transactions replayed ########### reiserfsck --rebuild-tree started at Sun Apr 26 02:08:05 2020 ########### Pass 0: Loading on-disk bitmap .. ok, 1337701014 blocks marked used Skipping 67827 blocks (super block, journal, bitmaps) 1337633187 blocks will be read 0%....20%....40%....60%....80%....100% "r5" hash is selected Flushing..finished Read blocks (but not data blocks) 1337633187 Leaves among those 1335754 - leaves all contents of which could not be saved and deleted 2 Objectids found 60573 Pass 1 (will try to insert 1335752 leaves): Looking for allocable blocks .. finished 0%....20%....40%....60%....80%....100% Flushing..finished 1335752 leaves read 1335641 inserted 111 not inserted Pass 2: 0%....20%....40%....60%....80%....100% Flushing..finished Leaves inserted item by item 111 Pass 3 (semantic): Flushing..finished Files found: 53775 Directories found: 6790 Broken (of files/symlinks/others): 3 Pass 3a (looking for lost dir/files): Looking for lost directories: Flushing..finished Pass 4 - finished Deleted unreachable items 2144 Flushing..finished Syncing..finished ########### reiserfsck finished at Thu Apr 30 19:21:33 2020 ########### ####### Pass 0 ####### block 983788280: The number of items (6) is incorrect, should be (0) - corrected block 983788280: The free space (77) is incorrect, should be (4072) - corrected block 1243466290: The free space (1) is incorrect, should be (2000) - corrected pass0: vpf-10110: block 1243466290, item (0): Unknown item type found [134219776 134219776 0x8000800 ??? (15)] - deleted 60563 directory entries were hashed with "r5" hash. ####### Pass 1 ####### ####### Pass 2 ####### ####### Pass 3 ######### vpf-10680: The file [289584 289592] has the wrong block count in the StatData (13757840) - corrected to (1475656) vpf-10680: The file [277423 277424] has the wrong block count in the StatData (5858760) - corrected to (1676080) vpf-10680: The file [3818 3829] has the wrong block count in the StatData (13759984) - corrected to (13745456) vpf-10680: The file [281229 281238] has the wrong block count in the StatData (4586824) - corrected to (4586656) vpf-10680: The file [281485 281493] has the wrong block count in the StatData (9158152) - corrected to (9145000) vpf-10680: The file [281040 281071] has the wrong block count in the StatData (9169056) - corrected to (9162720) vpf-10680: The file [1392 1488] has the wrong block count in the StatData (3900632) - corrected to (3899720) vpf-10680: The file [277345 277349] has the wrong block count in the StatData (3883984) - corrected to (2965376) vpf-10680: The file [2744 2755] has the wrong block count in the StatData (22139656) - corrected to (22139632) vpf-10680: The file [283479 283492] has the wrong block count in the StatData (13746896) - corrected to (13712000) ####### Pass 3a (lost+found pass) ######### What next?
  10. Yes there are sync errors. So you mean i need to run the parity sync after the parity check completes and then get back to reiserfsck check. Please advise if this sounds correct.
  11. Woe is me Cannot believe my misfortune. The reiserfsck build went through a pass 0 and was half way into pass 1 when my klutz of a wife trying to reboot the router to check a faulty internet connection somehow managed to pull the plug on the server :(( After restarting I'm at square one, one disk with file system error and a parity check running. What do i do ?? Stop the parity check and restart the reiserfsck rebuild ? Or let parity check complete ?
  12. So, just to confirm..at this stage I should: 1. stop the array 2. select the disk that was having a reiserfck check --rebuild-tree running on it 3. restart the check with the above parameter Correct?
  13. Ok, but would it be better if I rebuild the data from parity and then run --rebuild-tree or do it right away? Thanks in advance.
  14. I'm guessing I just have to treat the corrupt disk like a failed disk, let unraid format the disk and then let parity write / rebuild. Is that correct?