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List of files not moved during drive removal

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I'm removing a drive that reported some uncorrectable errors.  I have the live GUI service log  displayed with drive removal logging "warnings" and am seeing:

13:20:41.2: Warning: 0 : [RemoveDriveFromPool] Error moving file from \\?\Volume{d92a9186-3303-4a0c-a481-ea38c7619713}\PoolPart.9c1fe6e2-37d0-4425-88c8-9fe5e99b8512\DL\folder...\file.txt to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume29\DL\folder...\file.txt. Continuing removal. (Data error (cyclic redundancy check))

1. Was the file migrated off the drive or left behind?

2. How do I get a listing of files not moved?

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After some digging, it looks like searching the logs in C:\ProgramData\StableBit DrivePool\Service\Logs\Service for Error moving" will find the file names.

 

C:\ProgramData\StableBit DrivePool\Service\Logs\Service>find /i "Error moving" *.log

13:20:41.2: Warning: 0 : [RemoveDriveFromPool] Error moving file from \\?\Volume{d92a9186-3303-4a0c-a481-ea38c7619713}\PoolPart.9c1fe6e2-37d0-4425-88c8-9fe5e99b8512\DL\somefile.txt to \\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolume29\DL\somefile.txt. Continuing removal. (Data error (cyclic redundancy check))

 

At the end of the drive removal you will also get a notice that the drive could not be removed due to files in use.

 

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Sorry for not getting to you sooner. 

 

The "cyclic redundancy check" error indicates either file system issues, or outright disk corruption.  Either way, "bad".  

As for the "files in use", you can use the "Force close" option, and this may help. 

 

Additionally, you could use "dpcmd ignore-poolpart X: 9c1fe6e2-37d0-4425-88c8-9fe5e99b8512", and this will immediately eject the drive from the pool, without moving the files off of it.  

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