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  1. wgstarks's post in parity dead, use array disk instead was marked as the answer   
    Here is the process for removing a data drive. I recommend removing a drive and the rebuilding parity. Be sure you rebuild the parity AFTER you have assigned the new parity drive.
  2. wgstarks's post in Switching docker disk format? was marked as the answer   
    Yes. All the data will be external to the image and dockers installed via CA have their configuration stored externally. Just no sure about dockers that you install yourself. @Squid might have a better idea what will happen if you re-create your docker image as far as restoring the dockers afterwards.
  3. wgstarks's post in (SOLVED) Time Machine "Failed to attach - Operation not supported by device" was marked as the answer   
    The TimeMachine docker also still supports AFP. I haven’t tried it out yet though so no idea how well it works. Got an old cheese grater MacPro I’ve been wanting to setup on it but haven’t had a chance yet.
  4. wgstarks's post in Set Up VPN with LinuxServer.io's QbitTorrent Container on Unraid was marked as the answer   
    This isn’t really the answer you want, but an alternative would be to use the binhex qbitvpn docker connected to PIA and route all the other dockers through it. That process is documented.
  5. wgstarks's post in cache upgrade gone awry was marked as the answer   
    This is just a work around (doesn’t address the real issue) but you can install Dynamix File Manager plugin from CA and use that to move files. Just browse the disk and click the move button then select Cache for destination.
  6. wgstarks's post in New Config Tool for adding smaller drives? was marked as the answer   
    That’s not correct. If you add smaller drives the total capacity of the array will be the total of all data drives.