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Try running

lsof 

or

fuser 

on the unRAD box to determine what is keeping the cache drive busy.

 

Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower emhttp: shcmd (165): umount /mnt/cache |& logger
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger: umount: /mnt/cache: device is busy.
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:         (In some cases useful info about processes that use
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:          the device is found by lsof(8 ) or fuser(1))

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Try running

lsof 

or

fuser 

on the unRAD box to determine what is keeping the cache drive busy.

 

Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower emhttp: shcmd (165): umount /mnt/cache |& logger
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger: umount: /mnt/cache: device is busy.
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:         (In some cases useful info about processes that use
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:          the device is found by lsof(8 ) or fuser(1))

 

It's the Plex PMS.  When I disable it, it does not come back to a prompt on the server.  Therefore I guess it freezes the unRAID box.  Maybe the script needs to be modified.

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Try running

lsof 

or

fuser 

on the unRAD box to determine what is keeping the cache drive busy.

 

Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower emhttp: shcmd (165): umount /mnt/cache |& logger
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger: umount: /mnt/cache: device is busy.
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:         (In some cases useful info about processes that use
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:          the device is found by lsof(8 ) or fuser(1))

 

It's the Plex PMS.  When I disable it, it does not come back to a prompt on the server.  Therefore I guess it freezes the unRAID box.  Maybe the script needs to be modified.

No, you just need to stop ANY service that is running (and accessing a disk) prior to stopping the array.

 

Joe L.

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Try running

lsof 

or

fuser 

on the unRAD box to determine what is keeping the cache drive busy.

 

Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower emhttp: shcmd (165): umount /mnt/cache |& logger
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger: umount: /mnt/cache: device is busy.
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:         (In some cases useful info about processes that use
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:          the device is found by lsof(8 ) or fuser(1))

 

It's the Plex PMS.  When I disable it, it does not come back to a prompt on the server.  Therefore I guess it freezes the unRAID box.  Maybe the script needs to be modified.

No, you just need to stop ANY service that is running (and accessing a disk) prior to stopping the array.

 

Joe L.

 

Well,  when I try to stop the Plex PMS is the problem.  It does not stop gracefully from what I can see.  Is there a way to stop it other that in the unRAID GUI?  Is there command that I can do on the command line?

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Try running

lsof 

or

fuser 

on the unRAD box to determine what is keeping the cache drive busy.

 

Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower emhttp: shcmd (165): umount /mnt/cache |& logger
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger: umount: /mnt/cache: device is busy.
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:         (In some cases useful info about processes that use
Sep 23 00:35:01 Darryl_Jacksons_Tower logger:          the device is found by lsof(8 ) or fuser(1))

 

It's the Plex PMS.  When I disable it, it does not come back to a prompt on the server.  Therefore I guess it freezes the unRAID box.  Maybe the script needs to be modified.

No, you just need to stop ANY service that is running (and accessing a disk) prior to stopping the array.

 

Joe L.

 

Well,  when I try to stop the Plex PMS is the problem.  It does not stop gracefully from what I can see.  Is there a way to stop it other that in the unRAID GUI?  Is there command that I can do on the command line?

a ps -ef from the command line will list all the running processes.

 

From there you can grab the PID of the process and type "kill PID#"

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