JorgeB's post in Can't add drives to array. Check the Video. was marked as the answer
Formatted with type 2 protection 8 bytes of protection information per logical block
You need to remove this:
JorgeB's post in After Rebuild Disk "Unmountable: not mounted" was marked as the answer
Run xfs_repair again without -n, and if it asks for -L use it.
JorgeB's post in (SOLVED) Quad NIC, 2 ports used by unraid. Cant pass through these ports was marked as the answer
Aah, the NICs use the same driver so didn't notice one was the onboard, remove the DHCP configuration from eth1, since it's together with eth2 it might than allow you to pass-through both.
JorgeB's post in NVME Cache overheating from rsync backup? was marked as the answer
JorgeB's post in Unclean Shutdown detected....(stupid loadshedding!) was marked as the answer
Mar 13 10:04:37 Tower init: Switching to runlevel: 0 Mar 13 10:04:37 Tower init: Trying to re-exec init Mar 13 10:04:49 Tower Parity Check Tuning: Send notification: Array stopping: Restart will be attempted on next array start: Automatic Correcting Parity-Check (79.3% completed) (79.3% completed) Mar 13 10:06:39 Tower root: Status of all loop devices
Still not enough, did you stop the parity check? You can also time how long it takes for the array to stop after you click the stop button.
JorgeB's post in Disk Swap Question was marked as the answer
Parity doesn't know about the data, only bits, it doesn't matter if the disk is empty or completely full, it will take the same time to replace.
JorgeB's post in Flash drive is corrupted or offline was marked as the answer
Flash drive dropped offline, make sure it's using a USB 2.0 port and reboot, if it doesn't come back online or if it drops again best to replace it.
JorgeB's post in NO LISTING: TOO MANY FILES - unable to view share was marked as the answer
There are what look like power/connection issues with that disk, check/replace cables.
JorgeB's post in Using ZFS in unraid cache pool was marked as the answer
Yes, by default ARC is configured to use 1/8 of installed RAM, but that can be changed, see release notes.
JorgeB's post in Distribute data evenly was marked as the answer
Unraid doesn't move array data on its own, you'd need to do it manually or using for example the unbalance plugin.
JorgeB's post in Plex container doesn't start and has errors after appdata backup was marked as the answer
Try posting in the existing plugin support thread:
JorgeB's post in Can't Reach unRAID GUI was marked as the answer
JorgeB's post in Upgraded Cache - btrfs Device Replace Did Not Start was marked as the answer
Under normal circumstances the 2nd option would be easier, unless something goes wrong during the balance, so always good to make sure backups are up to date before starting, then add the NVMe device to the cache pool, wait for the balance to finish, it will finish when the cache activity stops and you can stop the array, stop array, unassign the 840 EVO SSD, start array, a new balance will start to delete the old device, once that finishes you are done.
JorgeB's post in Unmountable: Wrong or no file system on cache ssd configured for btrfs following power cycle was marked as the answer
Run the same command again, but if it's recurring best to then backup and re-format the pool, also see here for better pool monitoring, if new corruptions are found you have other issues, like a RAM problem.
JorgeB's post in rebuild with errors cross disks was marked as the answer
Problem with the onboard SATA controller, this used to be be fairly common with Ryzen boards and v6.9/v6.10, much less common with v6.11, possibly because of the newer kernel, look for a BIOS update and/or try v6.12-rc2, failing that best bet would be to use an add-on controller instead.
JorgeB's post in Cache Drive: Unmountable (Unsupported or no file system) was marked as the answer
If it's just a log problem this can help:
btrfs rescue zero-log /dev/sdc1 If it works make sure backups are up to date since this problem has been known to reoccur, if it does suggest backing up and re-formatting the pool.
JorgeB's post in Replace single cache drive was marked as the answer
Recommend the 2nd option, see below for more details:
JorgeB's post in Out of memory errors detected on your server - Diagnostics Attached was marked as the answer
If it's a one time thing you can ignore, if it keeps happening try limiting more the RAM for VMs and/or docker containers, the problem is usually not just about not enough RAM but more about fragmented RAM, alternatively a small swap file on disk might help, you can use the swapfile plugin:
JorgeB's post in Unable to access UNRAID after a backup usb failed was marked as the answer
JorgeB's post in Upgraded to 6.11.5 All Docker and VM's are gone was marked as the answer
Parity check won't restore any data, based on the btrfs transid both docker and libvirt images are new, I see you have an unassigned SSD, maybe that was your cache drive before? And the old libvirt and docker images are there?
JorgeB's post in Added new cache drive showing as unmountable was marked as the answer
If it's a pool it will only format the pool, next to the format button there will be a list of the devices that will be formatted.
JorgeB's post in Move existing Unraid to a new computer was marked as the answer
JorgeB's post in Apps and Dockers not available (White screen) was marked as the answer
Reboot, but there's corruption on the cache device, post new diags after the reboot and array start.
JorgeB's post in Random: "This Disk is Write-Protected" was marked as the answer
Run it again with the --rebuild-tree option.
JorgeB's post in WebGUI Unresponsive/Drives/Dockers Work/Cannot CLI Shutdown was marked as the answer
The only issue I see logged is about the Nvidia driver, does it help if you temporarily uninstall the driver?