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  1. Are these disks on the Marvell controller?
  2. If the BIOS doesn't see the disks Unraid can't. Check power connections.
  3. How would you define "appropriate disk" if not based on the settings for the user share? Mover has gotten a bit more complicated over the years and with new multiple pools feature, but it is still basically moving between each /mnt/pool and /mnt/user0.
  4. Do you really need a vdisk that large? Your VMs can access Unraid storage.
  5. Why is your docker.img path "/mnt/disk1/Share 1/docker.img" ? Probably the space in that path is breaking something. Can't imagine why you would want a user share named "Share 1" anyway. The conventional place for docker.img is in the system user share at /mnt/user/system/docker/docker.img or similar. And system share should be configured to stay on cache. Also, your appdata has some files on the array. Since docker isn't currently working and appdata is cache-prefer, you should be able to get those moved to cache by going to Main - Array Operation and click Move.
  6. It won't start an unclean shutdown parity check except when it thinks you have booted up from an unclean shutdown.
  7. Remove VM Backup plugin See if you can Stop the array with Dockers running.
  8. If possible before rebooting and preferably with the array started Go to Tools - Diagnostics and attach the complete Diagnostics ZIP file to your NEXT post in this thread.
  9. If you have a data load larger than cache can hold you could remove parity and get single disk speed for writes, then rebuild parity after. You joined the forum over 5 years ago. Since then turbo write has been introduced but other than that everything about how the parity array works is the same as it has ever been. I don't expect any changes in this because of the other benefits this gives Unraid, which are not possible in a striped RAID. You don't even have to use the parity array. Just assign a single data disk to it, even a thumb drive as disk1 will wor