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Snapraid and poolpart directory


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So I ran snapraid sync for the first time today, and i was a little troubled with the output, I thought the information in the poolpart directories is what is was supposed to be protecting, the output below seems to show its going to ignore those directories, does this look normal for a first sync? Also, not sure why it didn't ignore the special system poolpart directory on d3?

Loading state from Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d3/snapraid.content...
WARNING! Content file 'Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d3/snapraid.content' not found, trying with another copy...
Loading state from Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d4/snapraid.content...
No content file found. Assuming empty.
Scanning disk d1...
WARNING! Ignoring special 'system-directory' file 'Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d1/PoolPart.9bb7d5be-8a2d-42eb-b0a0-2e415a787370/.covefs'
Scanning disk d2...
WARNING! Ignoring special 'system-directory' file 'Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d2/PoolPart.b91ae7a7-9156-4803-9073-43fe3785f076/.covefs'
Scanning disk d3...
Scanning disk d4...
WARNING! Ignoring special 'system-directory' file 'Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d4/PoolPart.ec2b1283-f632-4dd1-8969-a88122237186/.covefs'
Using 342 MiB of memory for the file-system.
Initializing...
Resizing...
Saving state to Q:/snapraidmounts/Parity/p1/snapraid.content...
Saving state to Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d1/snapraid.content...
Saving state to Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d2/snapraid.content...
Saving state to Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d3/snapraid.content...
Saving state to Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d4/snapraid.content...
Verifying Q:/snapraidmounts/Parity/p1/snapraid.content...
Verifying Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d1/snapraid.content...
Verifying Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d2/snapraid.content...
Verifying Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d3/snapraid.content...
Verifying Q:/snapraidmounts/Data/d4/snapraid.content...

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