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  1. trurl's post in Two Drives Disabled (1 Parity and 1 Storage) was marked as the answer   
    Emulated disk12 is mounted so repair shouldn't be necessary. SMART for both disabled disks looks OK though neither have had extended SMART tests done.
    Since you rebooted before getting diagnostics syslog reset so can't see what might have caused them to become disabled.

    With dual parity you can rebuild 2 drives at once.
  2. trurl's post in During Flash Drive replacement incorrect Parity drive used (Version 6.10.3 2022-06-14) was marked as the answer   
    As you can see, emulated disk5 is mounted and has 531G contents. You can examine those emulated contents if you want. They are exactly what would be rebuilt.
    To rebuild, stop array assign disk5, start array to begin rebuild.
  3. trurl's post in 187 Reported uncorrect but SMART is ok was marked as the answer   
    Looks OK. On the Dashboard page, you can click on the SMART warning for the disk to acknowledge it and it will warn again if it increases.
  4. trurl's post in Migration Help? was marked as the answer   
    As long as you don't change any disk assignments.
  5. trurl's post in "There are no exportable user shares" after upgrading to 6.10.3 was marked as the answer   
  6. trurl's post in Parity Errors - recovery thread: stopped logging was marked as the answer   
    Parity errors could go to millions if someone is checking invalid parity, for example, filling log space and then nothing could be logged. The lines it does log should be enough for you to see what you need.
    Looks like you are having connection problems on disk15. I recommend dual parity with so many disks.
  7. trurl's post in Issue with file moves to array was marked as the answer   
    Any folder at the top level of array or pool disks is automatically a user share. Any folder at the top level of /mnt/user is also a user share, and will be created on an array disk if it doesn't already exist as a user share. Any user share will have default settings (cache:no, for example) until you set them.
  8. trurl's post in Use several drives for one parity was marked as the answer   
    Parity contains none of your data and by itself can recover nothing. Parity is basically the same concept wherever it is used in computers and communications. Parity is just an extra bit that allows a missing bit to be calculated from all the other bits. Parity disk allows a missing disk to be calculated from all the other disks.

    Note that all other disks are important in recovering a failed disk. This makes me concerned that you are considering using some old, small disks of questionable health in your array.
  9. trurl's post in Disk Show Error On Dashboard, SMART Test Show No Errors... was marked as the answer   
    Mouseover the 👎 and it will tell you what it is (40 reallocated). Since it passed extended test and there aren't many of those it's probably OK for now. You can Acknowledge by clicking on 👎 and it will warn again if that or any of the other monitored attributes increase.
  10. trurl's post in How restore (domain, appdata, system)? (Solved) was marked as the answer
  11. trurl's post in Docker Service failed to start was marked as the answer
  12. trurl's post in Please Help with my Pro License URL Issue was marked as the answer   
    Make sure your server has the correct time 
  13. trurl's post in Mover - Not working was marked as the answer   
    All of your shares except B-----s are set to prefer cache, which means it should keep them on cache and move any that are on the array to cache.
    Typically you only want appdata, domains, system shares set cache:prefer, at least until you have a better idea of what and why you want other shares to stay on cache.
  14. trurl's post in Disk Errors (Brand New) after Running UD Preclear was marked as the answer   
    SMART Extended Self-test Log Version: 1 (1 sectors) Num Test_Description Status Remaining LifeTime(hours) LBA_of_first_error # 1 Extended offline Completed: read failure 90% 35 60768 Definitely return it
  15. trurl's post in Getting files from USB to array was marked as the answer   
    See the Unassigned Devices thread for how to use that plugin. If you are on v6.10+ you can also install Dynamix File Manager plugin to work with the files directly on the server.
    If all this is too much to learn to get started you can just transfer over the network.
  16. trurl's post in help setting up shares was marked as the answer   
    No, you haven't, so system share still has files on the array that can't be moved because they are open.
  17. trurl's post in CRC Error Count? was marked as the answer   
    CRC errors are connection problems, the drive firmware has detected inconsistent data received (checksum). The data is resent in these cases so usually nothing to worry about.
    Click on the SMART warning on the Dashboard page for that disk and you can acknowledge the current value, then it will warn again if it increases. If it does increase frequently you need to figure out why.
    Do you have Notifications setup to alert you immediately by email or other agent as soon as a problem is detected?
    Do any of your other disks have SMART warnings on the Dashboard page?
    Didn't look at syslog, if you want us to take a closer look at your setup, attach diagnostics to your NEXT post in this thread.
  18. trurl's post in Cannot recreate share after shrink was marked as the answer   
    Have you rebooted?
  19. trurl's post in Unable to connect to unraid server after updating to 6.11 rc3 was marked as the answer   
    Your go file isn't starting the webUI. Unlikely the result of the upgrade. Download any version and unzip it to see what the stock go file should look like in config/go
  20. trurl's post in 2nd Parity Drive Losing Parity and Disabled - diagnostic results was marked as the answer   
    Looks like parity2 disk is failing. Replace
  21. trurl's post in Move VM's from one cache pool to anther cache pool was marked as the answer   
    Depends on whether you have Krusader configured to allow disk access. If you are on v6.10+, Dynamix File Manager plugin is better and you can get rid of Krusader.
  22. trurl's post in 2x 4TB HDD, 2x 1TB SSD, 1x250GB M.2 - CONFIGURATION was marked as the answer   
    btrfs raid1 pool
    another pool, could be xfs if single disk.
  23. trurl's post in unRAID xfs cache drive reported to be full when it's not was marked as the answer   
    Looks like you have 250G Minimum Free for that share.
  24. trurl's post in Docker unresponsive or shuts itself down was marked as the answer   
    Have you done memtest recently?
  25. trurl's post in Help understanding Memory Widget was marked as the answer   
    Flash is showing % flash drive used, Log is showing % log space used, Docker is showing % docker.img used.
    At command line
    df -h might give some more insight:
    Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on ... /dev/sda1        15G  1.1G   14G   7% /boot ... tmpfs           128M   11M  118M   9% /var/log ... /dev/loop2       20G  9.3G  9.9G  49% /var/lib/docker  
    free -h  
    total used free shared buff/cache available Mem: 30Gi 5.6Gi 373Mi 1.3Gi 24Gi 23Gi