[SOLVED] Rebuild Cache Pool


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14 minutes ago, PicoCreator said:

So alternatively I mount using the UUID (with /recovery/cache-pool being the the recovery folder i created)

Don't forget to unmount this first.

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15 minutes ago, PicoCreator said:

$ mount -o degraded,usebackuproot,ro /dev/sdo1 /dev/sdm1 /dev/sdi1 /dev/sdd1 /dev/sde1 /dev/sdp1  /recovery/cache-pool mount: bad usage

Ohh, and for this you just specify one one the devices, the other ones will mount together, if available.

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Ahh i see - that was some quick "Just In Time" save you did there.

It worked, through whatever magic removal and adding back in does, the cache is back online

 

Because i was worried on starting up the array again, i was trying to find a spare external HDD to transfer the data out 😅 so this really saved me alot of time

 

Thanks @JorgeB

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