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  1. here are my user settings. by the way, what happens if during rebuilding parity drive, a data drive failed? since the parity drive is incomplete, i would lost the data in the failed drive right?
  2. ok. after mounting the drive, i can see the missing folder. i guess i cant mount drive recovered from ddrescue. i need to copy the content recovered by ddrescue to array.
  3. this is my global shared settings all disks are included excluded disks are none i have remove the ddrescue recoverd disk from the array(new config), by the way.
  4. this is what my configuration looks like before. this is what it looks like now certain folder are missing now. another thing, i put the drive i recovered from ddrescue to the array(straight after ddrescue. no preclear and stuff). would this might be the cause?
  5. Eons ago i change the settings in the global share settings. i have add those drive to the included disks. unfortunately, the folder still empty. what gives?
  6. this is what it looks like in the array vs the disk as you can see, the contents of a folder in the array is empty, \\TOWER\Cloud\ijm\move\2019\Movie but there is contents in the same folder in the disk 8, \\TOWER\disk8\Cloud\ijm\move\2019\Movie
  7. the contents of those 2 disk are not in the array
  8. i took a snapshot of current settings should i set new config like this? after set the new config, i put the drive in the slot as the first image. would that fix the out of array problem?
  9. it doesnt look like that before. disk 8 and disk 10 should be in the array. what should i do?
  10. something is wrong. i change some of the data drive slots and now i think the drive is out of array. should i 1. new config 2. preserve current assignmet check - parity check - cache uncheck - data What should I do?
  11. If i choose none, i should know to put which drive in which slot right? at least cache drive on cache slot. data drive can be on any data slot. parity drive should be on parity slot. is my assumption correct?
  12. Preserve current assignements. What should I choose? none?
  13. i give up ddrescue. i take it whats left in the first recovered drive. sdh. i want to replace disk12 with sdh(drive that contains recovered data). im afraid that if i replace drive 12 with new drive, unraid will replace data in new drive with old wrong data (rebuild from parity). how should i proceed? here are the steps that i know is wrong. 1. stop the array 2. switch disk12 with disk with recovered data. 3. start the array. 4. parity should be rebuild.
  14. No need to be sorry. Youve been very helpful. I need to be more clear. I dont expect you to keep track every single key i typed. This is the cmd for first try (to sdH drive) ddrescue -f /dev/sdn /dev/sdh /boot/ddrescue.log This is the cmd for second try (to sdO drive) ddrescue -f /dev/sdn /dev/sdo /boot/ddrescue-sdo.log both drive are new. From my understanding, what i need to do is 1. reboot 2. see if sdN is alive 3. run this command to resume ddrescue from first try ddrescue -f /dev/sdn /dev/sdh /boot/ddrescue.log Let me know if this is not correct. I have few question. 1. data recovered from first try seems ok. maybe not all, but i have recovered some data. if i resume the first try, would it affect data that is already recovered? if the source drive failed again(dead during recovery), would it affect negatively? 2. would it be best to start the ddrescue from scratch? lowest risk? 3. what would you do in my situation? 4. what do you exactly mean by "run ddrescue again"? resume or run from scratch? Thanks.
  15. Im not sure what you mean by log. I use different log file. Maybe thats not the log that you mean. Anyway, how do i rerun ddrescue with new log? Whats the command?