Teza

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  1. Have not installed the lastest version update of unraid, but installed the previous one. System was shut down normally due to a problem with the UPS. (Raid was stopped and system shut down normally) During boot the power was lost and after that the unraid will not boot again. Is it easy to spot and solve the problem or do I need to find an old backup of the USBdrive and try to recover it? Thanks
  2. It seems like there is several peoples that have problems with dvd hardware and unraid/makemkv. I barely know anything about unraid/linux, but linux finds the drive when I use the command line. The drive is also found inside unraid, and it seems like the container finds it as well. If I remember it correctly, back in 1998-2000 it could be difficult to find CD burner hardware and software that worked well with each other, and many cd burners was not working in some of the programs but worked just fine in other. Is it correct that it is different types of
  3. Oh, thank you. So with this information I can rebuild the raid on any computer:
  4. I am sorry if there is something basic I should have understood, but have not, but I am trying I have installed the binhex-makemkv app. But what ever I try I get "The program can't find any usable optical drives." message. This is the drive I try to include: Setup: Repository: binhex/arch-makemkv Network Type: Bridge Console shell command: Shell Privileged: ON Host port 1: 6080 Host Path 2: /mnt/user/Multimedia/ Key 1: Tower Key 2: Key 3: 000 Key 4: 99 Key 5: 100 AppData Config Path: /m
  5. I also see that some recommend to use usb2 flash drives. My flashdrive is a USB3, but I hope I do not need to replace it with a usb2 as well.
  6. Ok, this is what happend. I took a new usb drive, instead of formatting the existing one, created a new install and replaced the config folder. The computer did not want to boot from the usb drive and just went into bios. I recreated the usb one more time, without replacing the config folder, and the computer would still not boot. I then compared the usb drives and found that the "EDI" folder was named "EDI-" on the new drive so tried to change that. Computer did still not boot. Then tried the new usb stick in another usb port, and computer bo
  7. I have crashed my unraid server, the server will not boot, and I did this before I got to the point of creating a backup of the usb stick, but after installing a license key and moving ~400 GB of data to the raid. Things to do different on my next attempt: Get the server up and running with a working array Create a backup of the usb stick! Install apps... At the moment I am not to worried about loosing data, and I know what disks where placed where. What did I do to prior to the crash: I tried to install Makemkv, it did
  8. It took 7 hours and 27 minutes. Transferred 220 GB to the array and did a parity-check with no reported errors. Thank you for fast help!
  9. Stop the array Set disk 2 to no device Start the array Stop the array Set disk 2 to... Start the array The disk will rebuild. Followed this to get the drive back into the array. Is it normal to use 6h 30m on this process with empty disks, or does it not matter how much that is stored, as all calculations must be redone anyway? What testing should i do before storing data onto the array, when rebuilt?
  10. Intel ones is 3.0 Gb/s while the grey ones is 6.0 Gb/s. Not sure if that matters with the cache drive?
  11. After installing unraid (first time user) disk 2 had a bad file system and it's 4GB capacity was not counted in the array. Parity read/check had 968081081 errors after 1h 3m. After a reboot, I formatted disk 2 and it became part of the array, and the array capacity increased to 12 TB. Everything looked ok. Then I tried to run a new parity-check, which I canceled after 160276490 errors, and because disk 2 status is now "Device is disabled, contents emulated". Searched the forum and did a diagnostics test that gave me the following info on disk 2: