Oh my god I have no idea what happened... so I have been working on integrating more server side apps instead of using a seedbox. I have really just been using my OMV box to store files off of my Windows computers and never really worked on it until today.
So I have a share, /sharedfolders/Software. This is also a smb share called \\homeserver\software. I have a whole bunch of folders inside of this on the "PC side" of the share. The "Linux side" has ZERO files. I made a directory in a shell on the server and it doesn't show up anywhere. /sharedfolders/Software/zz is a thing on the server but doesn't show up on the PC side.\\homeserver\software\books exists on the PC but not on /sharedfolders/Software/Books. A folder like /sharedfolders/Movies has some similar folders but is still very different in contents.
I can see the directory structure if I go to the management page and try to edit the ACL settings the whole directory structure shows up. It is insane, like I have two completely separate volumes.
Any ideas? I'm on omv5, everything is current.
Edit: ok, big dummy time here - my mount point is actually /srv/dev-disk-by-label-LilRaidy and all my stuff is there. Now I need to figure out why /sharedfolders aren't "connected" any longer, I guess I had made symlinks at some point and now they are just folders.