Moniker01

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  1. Thanks for your help. I'm still having issues, but I'm pretty busy with other stuff right nw, so if I have any more issues, I'll ask them in a few days
  2. Error is rsync: write failed on "/mnt/disks/APPLE_HDD_HTS_541010A9E662_JD8002EZOXX3TD": No space left on device (28) rsync error: error in file IO (code 11) at receiver.c(374) [receiver=3.1.3]
  3. Apologies, it was the one with the serial number but in order to condense, I replaced the serial number with "drive" Here is an image with the drive mounted.
  4. I'm away from my network right now, and had someone send me the screenshot, so while in the image the drive isn't mounted, when I was running rsync, both partitions were mounted. EFI had something like 11MB used of 212MB and the other about 600MB out of 1TB.
  5. Ok so I removed the encryption. Now I get an error when running an rsync: rsync: write failed on "/mnt/disks/Drive": No space left on device (28) rsync error: error in file IO (code 11) at receiver.c(374) [receiver=3.1.3] The drive is an empty 1TB 2.5 inch SATA HD connected via a USB to SATA adapter. No matter what file size I try and transfer I get the error.
  6. Is the encryption done through Disk Utility on Mac OS in the format Mac OS Extended (Journaled, Encrypted) supported? When mounting the disk the encrypted partition won't mount, but I also can't use the Set Encrypted Disk Password to select the disk and enter the Disk Password. If not what is the recommended way to encrypt a drive for use in Unraid and Mac OS?
  7. I love the ease of use and great community support. I'd like to see my custom case image not need to be replaced after every shutdown.
  8. Hi, sorry if this has been answered before, but I searched the forum and found no solution. I am attempting to delete a share that was previously connected with AFP. When attempting to delete the .AppleDB file in Terminal, I get the following error I used the command "rm -Rf /Volumes/Time\ Machine/.AppleDB". AFP connections to this share are turned off. Any help is appreciated!