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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