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  1. Hi. I've got 2 TB data on a 4 TB drive. I'd like to move out the data to 2 units of 1 TB drive, both just finished pre-clearing. It won't fit. I've also added another 1 TB drive to the destination, also free of data, though not recently pre-cleared. All are using XFS. My share level is 3, Media/ HDMovies/Movies/Movie_names/Movie_files. I've been trying to plan, and it says it's not enough. It asks me to check minimum space for share, 1 changed it to 1 GB. Still it won't work. Don't know where to start looking. How do I proceed to scatter the files in my 4 TB drive? Is there any log I can provide to request for help?
  2. Ok. Noted. Thanks. Will investigate further. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. When you say connection problem, do you mean maybe how the card is seated, or maybe not seated properly? Also, whether the cables are connected to the drives properly? The hba is in a case node 804 that has front and back fans in the motherboard chamber. Though due to planning to upgrade drives, I kept case open, apart from fans in front and back still functioning. Is this not enough? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. If I did that, it is not because I made it. Where do you do or undo that? Never tried safe mode, since I never thought it was any of the containers and plug-ins causing the problem. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Though the parity is directly connected onboard, the drive that it is reading from is connected to the hba controller. Could this also cause that to happen? The case is currently wide open and air cooled. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Parity disk is brand new though. Recently passed Pre clearing. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I have accessed shows from the array. It seems without any heavy transfer or access, the array seems to be working fine. I am afraid to do anything heavy right now. Hope you can help point out possible cause to these issues
  8. I interrupted the rebuilding of parity and just restarted the NAS. I don’t see any parity now, but array is working fine, I don’t see any errors in the main page. What could this possibly be? tower-diagnostics-20190818-0538.zip
  9. While rebuilding parity, I am seeing a lot of errors, though the array is accessible. Is this normal? Could it finally be my Dell Perc H310 that is causing problems? Any way to find out? I'm using new SFF-8087 cables already. tower-diagnostics-20190818-0437.zip
  10. Hi. I suffered 2 drive failures. 1 of them is the parity, and another 1 is data drive. Since I will have to rebuild parity, I will take this opportunity to assign drives to the array. I've taken the data drive that failed, and copied the contents to a new drive (Drive X). I want to add Drive X to the array, before it starts rebuilding parity. I want to keep all data in all other drives, and Drive X. Do I just assign Drive X to a new slot, assign a drive to parity, do a new config, and start?
  11. I can see files being copied since the other drive is increasing in size. It's also in unassigned, not joined in array. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I would have preferred moving, but unintentionally, I must have selected copy instead. How can I verify before deleting files?
  13. so as you can see, I have disk 3 that's currently disabled due to drive failed. What steps do I start with to recover as much as possible :D?
  14. Hi. This is the new diagnostics with parity connected directly to M/B. Also swapped the PSU connector with another drive. tower-diagnostics-20190814-2334.zip