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  1. tower-diagnostics-20190215-0723.zip No, I have all the downloading containers stopped. I tried stopping all of the containers, but that didn't change anything.
  2. Ok so i did that, but it looks like there is still a file on the cache disk in the downloads share. I tried running mover again, but it doesn't run.
  3. So it sounds like it should go to /mnt/user/Downloads then? And based on how small my cache drive is, I'm just hinking of setting it to cache-no so I don't have to keep checking on it and/or it locking up my dockers.
  4. Yes, I have SABnzbd's /data path mapped there. I also have been transferring files back and forth from my server to my main rig in order to rename the files properly. I think that may be adding to it too.
  5. @trurl Ok cool, good to know. So I'm still having issues with my cache disk filling up. I have cache = no, have stopperd and restarted the docker multiple times, but it keeps writing to that disk. Do I need to delete all of the undownloaded torrent files out of Deluge and re-add them? or what?
  6. @trurl Ahh that makes more sense. I was trying to figure out how it could do RAID across different sized disks. So now is there a way to decrease the loading times of the array (making it faster), outside of having everything on the cache disk? Or is that just what it is? And in your opinion, what would you say Unraid really excels at? What is the use case where someone would choose Unraid over something else? Say, a Windows 10 computer with a bunch of drives in RAID 5/10?
  7. @trurl I understand, thank you for writing all of that out. Now the more disks you have in the system, the faster your overall transfer/load speed should be, correct? Doesn't Unraid use a Raid 5 kind of system to spread the data across the array?
  8. Alright, I'll work through this. Isn't that what the cache drive is for? To write everything to before moving it out to the array? If I turn that off, doesn't that defeat the whole purpose of having the cache drive there?
  9. tower-diagnostics-20190211-0638.zip
  10. Ok, confirmed that all of those are set as instructed, with new diags on the way.
  11. @johnnie.black Thank you for sending that little walkthrough over. Super helpful. Ok so I got the docker image back and things seem like they're pretty much up and running. However, my cache drive is still not emptying out regularly and I don't want the dockers to lock up again due to it being full. I've manually ran the Mover, but it seems to complete without really moving anything. Why would this be? Do I need to pause my downloads in Deluge so the files aren't being used and it can move them?
  12. Ok, Mover completed. However, When I click on the Docker tab, it still says "Docker service failed to start". is there a terminal command to start that, or do I have to reboot the whole server?
  13. And how often do you have your parity check set to?
  14. Ok, went in there and confirmed that it is set to cache = yes. Mover is still running but after 15 minutes I don't see any change in the used/free space. Shouldn't moving files be a straightforward process? Or is it slower due to a parity check/multiple drives/etc?