trurl

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  1. These statements seem to contradict each other
  2. Do you have a backup of your flash drive?
  3. No SMART report for any disk that might have been assigned as disk1, might have been 8GB serial ending FYZV device sde but isn't in SMART reports now. You didn't say which disk that was. Which disk was it? Do any of your other disks have SMART warnings on the Dashboard page? Which disks? Maybe it could be figured out from diagnostics but why make us work so hard? ?? Looks like only disk1 is disabled, but it is also unmountable, so we will have to repair its filesystem before rebuilding it.
  4. You don't seem to have a pool named cache, but some of your user shares are configured to use that pool. In particular, appdata, domains, system are configured to prefer a pool named cache, and since it doesn't exist, all those shares have been created on the array. Possibly this is what has led up to your docker problems. Anything you can tell us about that? More about your other problems after I have studied diagnostics
  5. It probably would boot properly, but Unraid wouldn't work properly after you pulled it out until you rebooted.
  6. Could also happen if the license has been transferred to another flash drive.
  7. You should always have backups anyway. Parity is not a substitute
  8. Delete and recreate libvirt similar to what you did with docker.
  9. Do you mean the Unraid webUI or do you mean the webUI of a container? Post a screenshot
  10. Don't know why you consider that a "workaround". The preferred method is to use DHCP and manage everything in the one place that really matters, your router.
  11. You can use this command to check if usage is growing df -h /
  12. If you make a new install on that same flash drive, you won't have to transfer the license. But you will need to keep the license .key file so you can put it in the config folder. Then you will be exactly where If you also keep config/super.dat and config/pools folder from the flash drive, it will also know your disk assignments. User shares are simply the combined top level folders from array and pools, so if you have your data you will have your user shares, but they will have default settings unless you keep config/shares folder.
  13. Do you mean these disks can't be read individually? Why do you think they are NTFS?
  14. You aren't trying to use hotswap are you? You might try reseating controllers.
  15. OOM seems VM related. Why do you have so much DHCP going on in syslog? What are you using for router? You didn't mention it for some reason, but disk2 has disconnected and is disabled. Emulated disk2 is mounted though. Not much data on any of your disks yet. I assume that is expected. Shut down, check connections, SATA and power, both ends, including splitters. Boot up, start the array, post new diagnostics.
  16. Unassigned Devices plugin can read NTFS
  17. Those are not the diagnostics you get from your system, lots of annoying . files added. You must have created that zip yourself. Not necessary and not what we want. Diagnostics is already a single zip file. If it seems to you it has downloaded a lot of folders and file it is because your computer automatically opens zip files. Find that single zip file wherever your browser downloaded it and attach to your NEXT post in this thread.
  18. On Dashboard page, you can click on that SMART warning to acknowledge and it will warn again if it increases. CRC errors are connection problems. The disk firmware has detected inconsistent data received (checksum). The data is resent. Not a problem if it doesn't increase frequently. If it does you need to fix connection. (It's also possible to have connection problems the drive doesn't know about since it never received any data)
  19. The reason I suggested leaving that one out is just to simplify your array since it is empty. If parity rebuild succeeds without problems you can add it back later.
  20. Why are you trying to use so many small disks?