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  1. SOLVED...sorta. I tried the "Check Filesystem" tests and everything tested good, but the two drives were still marked as bad. I went to "Tools" and chose "New Config", keeping all my settings. Both drives were being flagged with more errors than was possible. I created a "New Config" without keeping my assignments, with the same results. Errors! I'm using a Zalman MS-800 case three 5 in 3 drive cages/backplanes (two ICY-DOCKs and one Chenbro), two LSI 9207-8i HBAs and supermicro fan-out cables. From top to bottom, left to right, I have my two parity drives followed by m
  2. Today, my parity drive went "red x" as well as one of my data drives. Parity drive first...WD Red that I bought black Friday 2019. I can access its smart page, and run the smart self test, but unRaid flags it with a red x. I've swapped it and my second parity drive and the problem follows the drive so I don't think it's my drive bay, or cable. Disk 2...WD Blue that I bought Christmas 2019. Just flaged with the red x. I can access its smart page, and run the smart self test, but unRaid flags it with a red x too. Reseated the drive and it's still showing bad. Now it say
  3. I personally prefer the linuxserver plex container...
  4. Only Windows (10) Security and I have AdBlock disabled for my domain. Also, I have the same problem when I go to the unRaid GUI on my server, and there's no ad blocker or anti virus installed on the server. EDIT: I forgot to mention in my original post, using MC, I can access everything on my server. All shares are still in /mnt/user. I can also FTP to my server and am currently copying my most critical files to my Windows box.
  5. Yesterday, I was playing with permissions with one of my shares, and though connected to all my shares, I noticed the server "Shares" tab said "There are no exportable user shares". I have tried everything I can think of, including wiping my flash drive and installing and configuring unRaid from scratch. Today, I created a share called "Test". It looked like it created it, but when I go back to the "Shares" tab, I get the same "There are no exportable user shares". I'm at a total loss as to what's happening, and how to get my shares back! Help!!
  6. I'm using the linuxserver.io container. You're using the Limetech container. Not a big difference. Limetech has less options to screw up, LOL. At the bottom of your screen you have the "Add another Path, Port, Variable, Label or Device" option. Click on that and you can add the path(s) you need, pointing to your actual media. It'll look like the next screenshot. The "Config Type" defaults to "Path", so leave it. "Name" can be anything you want. "Container Path" is what you'll see in Plex. Be sure to have the leading slash. "Host Path" is a drop down you can use to drill down to the path on you
  7. You don't want to use /mnt. When you install Plex you have the following screen... Notice the three in red? These are the paths you want to use in Plex. You want /Movies for your movies, /TV for your TV shows, /Music for your music, etc. I add a path "/user1" that points to /mnt/user/media where all my media folders are. On my system, Plex looks like... On my system, it looks like this... I hope this helps
  8. Above you show 'split level' set to 'auto split any directory' - do you think it was like that before, when you had appdata existing only on array? Also, do you know if appdata/plex directory specifically existed on multiple array disks? Yes, that's how all my shares are configured. Yes, appdata was spread across all 14 of my array drives. What I'd like to ask you to do is leave all config exactly the way it is, except, change the Plex appdata mapping from: /mnt/cache/appdata/plex to /mnt/user/appdata/plex Sorry . It's not that I don't want t
  9. My original configuration didn't use or have cache at all. Plex Config was set to /mnt/user/appdata/plex. Appdata (and all other shares) was configured to not use cache. After updating unRaid to 6.7.0, the database corruption started. While trying to find a fix, I found this link: https://github.com/binhex/documentation/blob/master/docker/faq/unraid.md. Q/A 7 seemed to describe the problem...see below. I rolled unRaid back to 6.6.7, added a single 240GB SSD cache drive, set appdata to "Cache Only", deleted the Plex folder in appdata, and reinstalled Plex. I ran this con
  10. The original Plex config was /mnt/user/appdata/Plex. The new config is /mnt/cache/appdata/Plex. I also changed appdata to be cache only. I won't say this is the solution for everyone, but it is working for me. It's been a week, and I haven't had a single problem. Before making these changes, it would corrupt within hours, if not minutes.
  11. So, it's been one full week since my last post, and everything is still running smoothly.It seems that moving appdata to cache/a single dedicated drive may be the fix for Plex corruption.
  12. I rolled back to 6.6.7 on May 31st, and haven't had any problems since then, which should come as no surprise, since the problem seems to follow 6.7.0. I had read that spreading Plex over the array could cause the corruption problem, so I installed a 240gb ssd when I rolled back and set appdata to cache only plus I edited all my docker containers to use /mnt/cache/appdata. To get appdata on to the cache drive, I used MC (midnight commander) to move appdata from all my shares to cache. I scoff at Triskaidekaphobia so on the 13th, I upgraded to 6.7.0 to see if forcing appdata onto th
  13. Just a suggestion, and I'm no expert by any stretch of the imagination... Assuming you're using Docker (you didn't say), and your plex folder is named 'Plex'. Stop plex. Rename or move the 'plex' folder in appdata. Uninstall plex. Reinstall plex. See if everything is working. If it is then you have two choices... Sit back and let plex do it's thing. Yeah, I know, a PITA, but this would be my suggestion, or... Stop plex. Delete (no need keeping it at this point) the 'plex' folder. Rename or move your new 'plex' folder, the one you