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Duplication warnings on unduplicated folder

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Hello,

 

I have duplication warnings on 2 files residing in a unduplicated folder tree.

 

2yzeq6w.png

 

2zgxk4g.png

 

 

What does that mean?

 

How should I resolve this warning?

 

This is on 1.3.1.7541 on WHS2011.

 

 

Thanks in advance

 

Per

 

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More info:

 

Browsing through the event logs, I noticed these two errors:

 

1. The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Harddisk9\DR2871.

2. The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Harddisk7\DR7.

 

I guess the errors could be related to the DP warnings?

 

Per

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Per,

 

The files in question look to be XBMC/MediaBrowser metadata files. I'm not sure how these files got duplicated onto other drives. It may be an issue with the duplication options, and how you have the files added to the pool.

 

However, since the file parts seem to be out of sync, DrivePool won't delete either file part until they're synced. If you click on the "Duplicate now", it should resolve the issue.

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Glad to hear it.

 

If the issue does come back, please let us know (and see about getting the log files, if possible).

It did come back the other day. And it was the same two files as before.

 

But I solved it the same way as the first time.

 

Next time I'll let you know and upload the logs.

 

Per

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It did come back the other day. And it was the same two files as before.

 

But I solved it the same way as the first time.

 

Next time I'll let you know and upload the logs.

 

Per

 

Well, checking again after work, the warning has came up again for the third time, with the same files

as previous both times.

 

New log files uploaded.

 

Per

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