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  1. In case someone else stumbles across this (including me) here's what I did. And it worked fine this time, but who knows if each situation will be a little different. I imagine the first command has the potential to destroy things, so use caution: sudo wipefs /dev/sdf sudo wipefs -o 0x1000 -f /dev/sdf sudo fdisk -l sudo xfs_repair /dev/sdf1 sudo mount /dev/sdf1 /mnt/sdf I also modified fstab because of the partition being in there. It might end up being a problem for me later, but I know where to go then. Thanks for getting me headed in the right direction, even if I had trouble seeing it!
  2. It's quite possible it was in a RAID previously. That would have been some time ago. This was the piece I was missing from my understanding. I wasn't aware that "linux_raid_member" wasn't put there by Unraid. Sorry for the confusion. I'll explore wipefs. Thanks!
  3. That drive would have been attached through an HBA. I think it's a 9207, but I could be wrong. No RAID enabled on that. Unraid definitely sees the drives as individuals. Unrelated, so I hope I'm not going to confuse things. I also have a Dell R710 with a H700(?) and I have to explicitly create RAID0's for each drive if I want to pass those through without RAID being applied. That's not the case with this instance of Unraid. Just giving you some context for my familiarity with these.
  4. Sorry, I guess I'm missing what you're asking. It came out of the array in Unraid, which has no parity. I guess an array drive? I'm treating Unraid like a JBOD, but the drives are all assigned in Unraid.
  5. It's a data drive from a no-parity Unraid system.
  6. I'm not concerned about that. If, for some reason, I had Unraid drives but no Unraid server available to me, how do I read the drives? I appreciate that you guys are giving me workarounds to my situation, but it's not really answering my question. How can I read an Unraid XFS formatted drive in an Ubuntu system when it's marked as "linux_raid_member"?
  7. I have the Unraid instance, just trying to avoid all of the shutdowns and shuffling that will go along with it
  8. I already have it out of the Unraid system and in the Ubuntu system. I could move things around, but that's multiple reboots I'd like to avoid. Guess I thought there would be an easy way to do this.
  9. Other way around, I want to mount an Unraid XFS formatted drive in Ubuntu and I'm not able to.
  10. I’ve been looking all over and can’t find details of this. So, please be kind and show me how bad my search-fu is. Pulled a drive out of Unraid and I’m trying to read it in Ubuntu, while preserving the data. Ubuntu sees the drive but it’s tagged as “linux_raid_member” and I’m unable to mount the XFS partition. I’ve seen references to removing the MD tag using mdadm but I can’t sort out how to make that work. Bottom line, I want to read a XFS drive out of Unraid in an Ubuntu system. Try not to flame me too hard, I really did search for this.
  11. You're probably right, but I'm going off of what I had before. I'll look at changing it.
  12. Took a little noodling but I got to where I wanted to be:
  13. Not so concerned about Influx. I want to replicate this with the Prometheus plugin, if I can. I figured this out but it's only available bytes. I guess I can do a calculation with the total bytes.
  14. Currently have this in my dashboard: The query is pulling out of Influx.
  15. Is there an array space metric that I'm missing? I currently capture array used and total space through telegraph (I think) using "disk" and "/mnt/user" and pulling the space from there. Trying to move to Prometheus entirely.