schreibman Posted April 2 Share Posted April 2 Fix Common Problems Identifies this issue: Share log references non existent pool cache. If you have renamed a pool this will have to be adjusted in the share's settings Clicking Share Settings results in: ! Share 'log' has been deleted. I can see directories : /media/user/log both exist. SyslogSettings set to share named "logs", working as expected. Attempts to resolve: SyslogSettings set to share "log", does not appear as an option Add share named "log" results (as expected): Invalid share name. Do not use reserved names Idea I thought to try, seems like an awful idea: rm -f /media/user?/log Thinking "maybe" caused somewhere around here: SyslogSettings reference "log" "log" pointed to pool cache named " Spoiler cache " deleted pool "cache" created new pool "nvme" created new share "logs" repointed SyslogSettings to share:"logs" pool:"nvme" And if I had to guess it was in step #2. I recall a page listing some reserved words, like UNRAID, but can't locate the url. Resolution Currently, I ignore the finding. Any other way to resolve? Quote Link to comment
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.