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  1. Always recommend testing on a set of files before you let it loose
  2. interesting read. But it doesn't seem anyone has solid evidence that changing that will improve anything from what I can see. I guess I will need to just keep an eye on it and hope its holds out until I can afford a new NVME drive. Thanks for the assistance though
  3. yeah just create new paths. all the container needs to see is /library then you can sub folder that out.
  4. There's a new alignment? I'll have to dig into the patch notes and find out what your talking about. Update: well the link to it on the patch notes goes to a dead page Google is proving useless too. Why would I want to change this?
  5. To be fair since I removed my VHD from the drive I usually float around 300GB (plex images and all that fluff). Mover never operates as I have moved downloads to a HDD to you know cut back on read writes, I also have moved plex transcoding to RAM. So its primary function now is just appdata and plex stuff
  6. @Zervun @regorian So I seem to have resolved the issue. My pinning was screwed up. I also forced all the database optimisations to run and extended my daily maintenance window
  7. So I have a 1TB Samsung_SSD_970_EVO. That I have abused to death (though it still functions) I cannot afford a new drive for a while so I'm thinking to cheaping out if my logic is correct on the matter. If i can shrink the volume to 500GB that should give the drive 500GB spare for all the dead areas. In theory extending its life because now it has 50% of the drive at disposal instead of the standard 10% I however cannot find anything speaking towards shrinking a volume of a single drive just drive swapping and cache pool changes. Is this something that A. Would work B. something that can be done and C. not completely stupid. Basically I need to extend the life of the cache drive for as long as I can until I can afford a new NVME drive (I need an array drive first)
  8. From what I could understand of them nothing popped out saying this is why I'm broken either.
  9. So I have a weird one. After one of the most recent updates my server becomes unresponsive and requires a reboot. What logs do you way smarter people need to help me out? I have a fairly large library but nothing has really changed so im struggling to understand why thing have all of a sudden gone durp
  10. So im on BRFS and have set things up but i cant seem to get it to use said swap file Clicking start does nothing
  11. I'm having the same issues as skaterpunk0187 Telegraph logs are fine though. @falconexe 1.5 never worked for me either SMART, Array size, Mounts and disk usage did, drive selection has not
  12. This worked for me also. Now I just have the lack of drive selection up top
  13. I seem to be having a few other issues. Images are fixed but VM info, server name and being able to select drives is causing me issues. The drives are weird because the show up properly in "array disk storage and "drive SMART health overview" Server hardware also works as intended. so Im not sure why its half working
  14. Oh Sweet that's good to know. I just couldn't understand how the has 10%(total size I presume) spare and 94% availability. So percentage used is it's idea of saying its EOL. I'm basically going to run this until it dies everything's backed up