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  1. I am having the same refresh problem, but also not quite... I initially set it up to share a specific server share, and that all worked OK. Today I wanted to add another share, so I went ahead and add a new path, and learning the error that you cannot use the same "/media", so tried, even had the docker disappear... Then re-added it, added "/media2" pointing to the other share. Initially seemed to accept it, but nothing was showing up (or better said, the client side was still showing the old content only, both on the device I was already using as well as trying with a
  2. Got it. Diagnostics have been uploaded. Thanks.
  3. Hi trurl, no problem and noted, but how would I know if it's the same issue? At leas for now and my noobiness they are two different items?
  4. Ok, luckily I have an extra disk on-hand I had purchased for expansion. What is the best way to proceed in this case? Hook the new disk up to an extra port (I need to add an expansion card, which I had also purchased, to have more sata ports as the motherboard's are full), pre-clear and replace Disk 4 with this new one? Or can I just disconnect Disk 4 and connect the new one in the same slot? (and then pre-clear and add/replace)
  5. Ah ok got it. In any case, at least from the screenshots without analyzing the values themselves it would seem to be pointing out that at minimum Disk 4 needs replacing ASAP, and I wrong?
  6. Thanks, here is my diagnostics file.
  7. Seagate and Toshiba. Edited the OP to add this info Thanks.
  8. Hi All, While I was looking into a slow speed in parity check I am having, I got alarmed reading something about s.m.a.r.t. counter values and what I see for the values of my disks. Up to now, the most I had seen on the main s.m.a.r.t. screen was an occasional CRC error info, which I read would be normal and no big deal. What I got from the threads I have seen however is that things like the "Raw read error rate" for example need to be zero, and having values here mean the disk may fail... Now, I don't really know much about this, (is there a goo
  9. Hi All, I am having a recent issue where I noticed that my server had started a parity check, but when I took a look at the values it was doing it at an extremely slow speed, saying it would take days to finish. As per the attached screenshots, it was fine a little over a week ago with the last completed parity check. Can anyone help me diagnose this and what I would need to provide? I am also now scared that I may not have setup proper notifications and while s.m.a.r.t. says "healthy" for most my disks, that the counters are not good (something
  10. Ok, not really sure what is going on... I though *maybe* since I named the volumes the same that there might have been some garbage left over somewhere, so I decided to try creating new test mapping. Hit apply, the run command went well, but when I went back to the GUI to add a new library with the new test mapping, before I got to that noticed a message saying there was "an unclaimed media server found".... Strangely it was the same server, I claimed it, shows my login again, and just tried scanning again one of the libraries I had already added (for 3D Mov
  11. Here it is
  12. Ok, some good, some bad... The good: Install seems to have gone well, and Web GUI is working fine now The bad... When I go to add libraries, I browse to what I created, and mapped, it's there and even when selecting it I see my different media folders for movies, tv shows, etc., but after confirming the folder and after a while scanning, it just finishes and says there's no content.... Here are the mappings and what I see when adding libraries. What could be wrong?
  13. Ok, did all this, just in case left the defaults for config path and name of the linuxserver docker. Run Command: Pulling image: linuxserver/plex:latest IMAGE ID [latest]: Pulling from linuxserver/plex. IMAGE ID [1b1a02bef71e]: Pulling fs layer. Downloading 100% of 25 MB. Verifying Checksum. Download complete. Extracting. Pull complete. IMAGE ID [24d5f5528f24]: Pulling fs layer. Downloading 100% of 274 B. Download complete. Extracting. Pull complete. IMAGE ID [c5a5583b7dc7]: Pulling fs layer. Downloading 100% of 13 MB. Verifying Checksum. Download comp
  14. Hmm ok, it's not really an icon, wrong word my bad, it-s the X "hotspot" (see image)
  15. Ok, I will look around a little but probably just do that. To make sure I understand: 1) Delete plex docker: Can I go to installed apps and click the uninstall icon for this, or do I need to do it differently? 2) Delete plex appdata: is this to just manually go command line and rm the PlexServer directory (and all subdirs..) from inside appdata/ ? 3) Delete and recreate docker image: I can just manually delete the .img file I assume, but recreate, didn't it create it when I install the new one? (forgot this bit) 4) Install linuxserverio plex: pretty strai