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  1. Dunno - have you upgraded unRAID? If not, maybe upgrade unRAID and make your download drive a pool drive rather than UD.
  2. I'm guessing that Mergerfs doesn't like using an unassigned drive. Maybe try using a normal user share and see if the error goes away?
  3. I don't think so. My scripts do first found (ff) so it would write the file to LocalFileShare1 - I'm not sure what mergerfs does if LocalFileShare1 is full. If LocalFileShare1 was a normal unRAID share, then UnRAID would control where the file is written. You'll have to read up on mergerfs options, but that's outside the scope of this thread.
  4. Have you tried looking at the folders to see if the files are actually there? Maybe your mount is dropping
  5. If you just want to sync, then there's no point mounting as you've already got a local copy. I would just use the upload script but set it to sync not move: RcloneCommand="sync" # choose your rclone command e.g. move, copy, sync
  6. I rarely have problems now. I'm not sure what the solution was - possibly upgrading unRAID or being on a newer version of rclone.
  7. yes you add your mounts to /mnt/disks. I had problems with /mnt/disks when I was learning how to do all this, so I've steered clear of it since - others have managed it successfully.
  8. Yes, if your dockers are all using sub-folders of differebt mappings, you will lose I/O benefits, including hardlinks.
  9. That's correct - just remembered you said you haven't done an upload yet, so there won't be any folders yet in mount_rclone
  10. If you've got: MountFolders=\{"movies,tv"} then you should have this folder structure: /mnt/user/local/gdrive_media_vfs/movies /mnt/user/local/gdrive_media_vfs/tv /mnt/user/mount_rclone/gdrive_media_vfs/movies /mnt/user/mount_rclone/gdrive_media_vfs/tv /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs/gdrive_media_vfs/movies /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs/gdrive_media_vfs/tv If you have any other folders at that level then delete them, unmount, and then remount to check that the script isn't creating any folders by mistake. Once sorted, then and the mergerfs folders as the source folders for plex, sonarr etc - not the local or the mount_rclone equivalents. If you need any more folders e.g. /4k_movies, this add them to the /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs/gdrive_media_vfs/ - you can do manually of course, but the script is there to help, and I think helps people understand what's really happening.
  11. The extra folder could be because after being created the upload script added them to gdrive. Delete and they shouldn't come back if my theory is correct.
  12. I think the script doesn't like it it when you have only one folder specified in: MountFolders=\{"tv"\} Try adding a second folder e.g movies MountFolders=\{"movies,tv"\}
  13. Nope - I was having different problems (I can't remember what right now) so I'm sticking with mergerfs.