Default docker appdata location is not a cache-only share


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9 minutes ago, itimpi said:

Setting it to Yes means you want it to be moved to the array when mover runs.   Use the Help built into the GUI to see how the settings for this value work or read the online documentation about this setting.

I've read it many times and am still confused.  I've now set it to cache-only but I'm not certain that's what it's telling me to do.

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6 minutes ago, dcruff said:

I've read it many times and am still confused.  I've now set it to cache-only but I'm not certain that's what it's telling me to do.

I just saw another suggestion to set it to "Prefer" and then run the mover to pull the data back onto the cache.  Then change it back to something else, I'm not sure.

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1 hour ago, dcruff said:

I've read it many times and am still confused.  I've now set it to cache-only but I'm not certain that's what it's telling me to do.

Only means new files are created on the cache, but any files for the share on the array are left there.   Use Prefer to cause files to be moved from array to cache.   Once all files are on the cache you can (optionally) change it to Only or simply leave it at Prefer.

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