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Ok, so I read up on a lot of things. Several Questions and what can I do to fix this isn't getting me anywhere. Stablebit Scanner detected a damaged drive - I duplicated what I could, bar went green, removed drive, some files couldn't be moved, erroring out, had to choose the option for Fast Removal - Placed new drive inside - All went well until the duplication process came to play. Error with a limited list of files unable to duplicate (which I am not understanding why since the files are there, and supposedly "unhidden" and can be accessed, why can't this get duplicated.... is beyond my comprehension; but whatever). I started moving files it provided names for unduplicated.. But then I have to Duplicate Now for another list of files unduplicated for me to move. Come on man... really? And where is this "hidden" folder of files that become "unhidden" when the drive is removed of unduplicated files? I would love to just cut move, duplicate, move back (duplicate again), and then fix my Plex system (again) from this. How can I force Stablebit to duplicate what it already has because you know it writes the files multiple times across drives for helping to prevent file loss. I still cannot get past this logic here... I have the space, 5x the space of this drive that was damaged. This isn't an issue; and I can have up to 3 drives go bad before I start losing data on a 4th. Also I read somewhere that there is an option to move unduplicated files to a folder... Where the hell is this at? I have 28 drives plugged in and 2 VM drives on a 3rd machine. Please help...
Hello all, So i will try to summarize as much as i can. I run my drivepool on WD RED drives, about 5 of them, i had 1 fail on me in the past and now a 2nd seems to have done the same. Im not sure why they are failing so much, i thought they were the best but the desktop pc i have them all cramped in is probably not the best place for and i dont have the vibration absorbing screws or anything special so maybe thats why. Is his failure message a result of drivepool and the drives are actually not damaged ? i will post a screen shot, my drives show lots of space, but 1 drive is completely empty !!! I thought it was not balancing the drives correctly, but im guessing due to the HDD failure message drivepool evacuated all data from that bad disk ? now i have no space to even download a file, not sure what to do. I also have things in my drivepool that i dont have to be duplicated to save space on pool, can i manually disable duplication on certain folders without effecting anything else ? Please advise Thank you all. (Side note this drivepool houses ONLY my PLEX media collection and is used for nothing else)
I had to remove a HD that was beginning to fail, but hadn't yet. Drive unmounted and the data was relocated within the pool with no errors. I installed a new WD red 6TB. When the pool balanced I got a warning that a file in my public folder, pcb9ba61-b326-4dcc-adbd-9b030d996cd6d.jim caused the operation to fail because the oplock request is denied. Did my best to be sure nothing is open but I can't even find this file in my public directory. Would probable be fine if I could find it and delete it or even better figure out why it won't duplicate. Any suggestions. Using ver. 2.1.1561 -- Win 7 64bit -- server 2011