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  • geaves -

    Replied to the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    Quote from Theelepel88: “see if i can completly destroy disk C ” If you follow the thread you'll be fine, the drive will be usable again. Also the wipefs -n will tell you if the disk has cleared that zfs_member.
  • Theelepel88 -

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    Just copying half a terra of photo's now, after that i will turn it off, remove the correct disks, boot in rescue mode, see if i can completly destroy disk C (or fix it...) and then shutdown, put disks back in, boot. I will let you know. Copy-ing the…
  • geaves -

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    Quote from Theelepel88: “Can i just remove the correct disks while doing the procedure? That would make sure i won't delete any data right? ” You you could, because the other odd thing about your output is that the mdadm.conf file has no reference to…
  • rs232 -

    Posted the thread OMV 4.x OMV not mounting "some" drives after reboot.

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    I guess I have noticed this only now since I very rarely reboot my nas. Basically it seems one disk does not mount automatically. This is the email I receive from the NAS: Source Code (9 lines) I don't know why this started... but does anybody have a…
  • Theelepel88 -

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    Can i just remove the correct disks while doing the procedure? That would make sure i won't delete any data right?
  • Theelepel88 -

    Liked geaves’s post in the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    Well wiping it isn't that simple...sorry, what you need to do is to follow this thread from post 7 ignore post 14 you need to remove that zfs signature. So you'll need to use system rescue cd, OMV-Extras on the Kernel tab scroll down to the bottom and…
  • geaves -

    Replied to the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    Well wiping it isn't that simple...sorry, what you need to do is to follow this thread from post 7 ignore post 14 you need to remove that zfs signature. So you'll need to use system rescue cd, OMV-Extras on the Kernel tab scroll down to the bottom and…
  • LEPT -

    Liked subzero79’s post in the thread [GUIDE] Configuring and using Transmission plugin for permissions.

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    Configuring and Using Transmission This is a mini guide to configure transmission to work with OMV. Intro By default transmission runs under this system daemon username: debian-trasmission, has his own primary group called also debian-transmission,…
  • Theelepel88 -

    Replied to the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    No prob i can call international that's not the issue 1) yes about 7TB 2)despite your signature... i went skydiving without a parachute :( Can i just whipe disk 2 and then add it to the raid? It's in a degraded state now so i shouldn;t use that disk. But…
  • geaves -

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    Not gonna call international, but I did live in Amsterdam for a while. Ok 1) Is there any data on that raid 2) Do you have a backup if there is
  • Theelepel88 -

    Replied to the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    Ohh the location question makes me think there is alot wrong, but i'm no where near you i live in the Netherlands :) Physically near the nas though.
  • geaves -

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    Quote from Theelepel88: “/dev/sdc: TYPE="zfs_member" ” sh!t!! Ok not your fault, this appears to be happening lately, until that is cleared you can't add it to your raid, before we do anything else where are you?
  • Theelepel88 -

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    Yes i replaced a disk in the array, i added a 4TB instead of a 3TB so i can slowly make the transition to 4TB drives. blkid gave Source Code (11 lines)Funny it shows as ZFS member, because the disk that is replaced is not that disk. I had a few…
  • Theelepel88 -

    Liked geaves’s post in the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    Quote from Theelepel88: “The one thing i think is weird is the response on ” Yes it is...Ok let's see if we can get some more info, have you replaced a drive in the array? blkid
  • geaves -

    Replied to the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    Quote from Theelepel88: “The one thing i think is weird is the response on ” Yes it is...Ok let's see if we can get some more info, have you replaced a drive in the array? blkid
  • Theelepel88 -

    Liked geaves’s post in the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    First you need to stop the array mdadm --stop /dev/md127 then mdadm --assemble --verbose --force /dev/md127 /dev/sd[abcd] then cat /proc/mdstat then cat /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf
  • Theelepel88 -

    Liked geaves’s post in the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    Thanks, there is obviously an issue with /dev/sdc it could infer that the drive is failing. When you post the output of a command can you use </> on the menu bar and copy and paste the full output, makes it easier to read thanks. mdadm --stop /dev/md127
  • Theelepel88 -

    Liked geaves’s post in the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    Did you execute in the order I posted?
  • Theelepel88 -

    Replied to the thread Raid degraded, cannot add disk.

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    Yes, but the layout of my reply got messed up. I copied everything from your post in the correct order. The one thing i think is weird is the response on mdadm --zero-superblock /dev/sdc which is mdadm: Unrecognised md component device - /dev/sdc
  • geaves -

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    Did you execute in the order I posted?