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    CloudDrive and GSuite and some errors

    The file errors make me wonder if there is something wrong with the installation. Go ahead and run the troubleshooter (http://wiki.covecube.com/StableBit_Troubleshooter) and include your ticket number. I think you'll have to wait for Christopher to handle this one. I'm not sure what's going on.
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    CloudDrive and GSuite and some errors

    That makes me wonder if there is a corruption in the installation. Do a search and see if you can find the service folder. Search for a directory called "ChunkIds", which is where your DB is stored.
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    Thanks, Christopher. I agree. Currently, I have a SMART warning just for LCC, so I did permanently ignore it.
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    It could be related, yes. But it's hard to know for sure. If you could, upgrade to the latest beta and see if that fixes the issue. http://dl.covecube.com/DrivePoolWindows/beta/download/StableBit.DrivePool_2.2.3.948_x64_BETA.exe If not, then try running a CHKDSK pass on all of the pooled disks (not the pool itself). If that doesn't help, then I'd recommend opening a ticket at https://stablebit.com/Contact
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    @Mick Mickle Unfortunately, there isn't a way to handle multiple settings at once. But honestly, if you are seeing multiple SMART warnings at once, you should replace the drive. LCC by itself is fine, but with other errors.... it's time to replace.
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    It's probably related. Though, this should hopefully be resolved in the 3220 beta: http://dl.covecube.com/ScannerWindows/beta/download/StableBit.Scanner_2.5.4.3220_BETA.exe
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    I assume you have no duplication. I would, provided I have enough ports: Physically remove the faulty HDD (you have done this already) Remove it through the DP UI -> This should stop DP complaining about a missing disk and unlock the Pool. Add the two new HDD to the Pool Remove the two old HDDs from the Pool through the UI -> This will move all files to the new HDDs Remove the two old HDDs physically from the Server Then see what you can recover from the faulty HDD and copy that back to the Pool. I would consider to keep the two performing old HDDs in the Pool and use x2 duplication.
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    My two ST5000DM000-1FK178's are going strong but they do that annoying cruch/chirp sound that I posted about months ago all the freaking time, it's driving me up the walls. Dave, did you get the HDAT2 software to work on a 5TB seagate? I can go in and disable the APM, but when I go into the DCO menu in step 11, all five items there are red, and when I select modify per step twelve, it just chirps and says command aborted. So I got nowhere because that's the hack that makes the APM setting stick. I'm so sick of these Seagates, if I had the money I'd toss them and get greens, at least you can control them. I'm also a little ticked that apparently these are SMR / Shingled drives and I could find nowhere in the product documentation that mentions that. I thought they sucked performance-wise, and I guess that's the answer. when the seagates are internal to my computer, I can use CrystalDiskinfo to disable the APM, but when they're in my Mediasonic Probox eSATA enclosure where they belong, the commands using CDI or StableBit Scanner are not honored. And I should add, that using HDAT2 I had it hooked up internally. Sorry if I sound grumpy, I just spent the better part of the last two hours dinking around with this, the thread got it back into my head again that I should finally mess with it, I thought I had hope, and my hopes were, alas, dashed.