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So, after installing SABnzbd for the 1st time, i starting doing some testing and messed up one of me shared drives, "Movies"

 

I had a movie on the cache drive that I manually tried to move to one of the shared drives in my array, "Movies"

 

I typed mv <titleofmovie> Movies instead of mv /<titleofmovie>/Movies/<titleofmovie>

The movie directory now appears in white instead of purple like it originally was and shows the following permission.

-rw------- 1 root root 78214 Sep 27 05:05 Movies

 

The system is currently doing a parity check.

 

How do I recover from this and how?

 

Thanks for all your help in advance.

 

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This command does not look correct either:

mv /<titleofmovie>/Movies/<titleofmovie>

 

Use the "Move Now" button in the webGUI to move cache file in the future.

 

Enter "mv Movies <titleofmovie>" and see if that fixes things.

 

Ok, got you on using "Move Now"

 

cache drive after mistake

 

:/mnt/cache# ls -l

total 196

-rw------- 1 root root 30075 Sep 27 12:41 Honey\ 2\ 2011\ DvDRiP\ XviD\ ViSUALiSE.nzb.gz

-rwx------ 1 root root 78214 Sep 27 01:05 Movies*

-rw------- 1 root root 82824 Sep 27 01:05 Territories\ 2010\ GermanEnglish\ DL\ PAL\ COMPLETE\ DVDR\ ROOR.nzb.gz

 

Enter "mv Movies <titleofmovie>" and see if that fixes things.

After above comand..

 

:/mnt/cache# mv Movies Horr*

root@Nas:/mnt/cache# ls -l

total 196

-rw------- 1 root root 30075 Sep 27 12:41 Honey\ 2\ 2011\ DvDRiP\ XviD\ ViSUALiSE.nzb.gz

-rwx------ 1 root root 78214 Sep 27 01:05 Horr**

-rw------- 1 root root 82824 Sep 27 01:05 Territories\ 2010\ GermanEnglish\ DL\ PAL\ COMPLETE\ DVDR\ ROOR.nzb.gz

 

 

 

 

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