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  1. If you're not increasing the number of drives why do you need to do this?
  2. Tools - Diagnostics. Post complete zip
  3. And this part of what you said also makes me wonder if you know what to do: The usual way to upgrade parity is to just replace the parity drive with a larger drive. When you do this unRAID will rebuild parity. So there is no separate re-establish parity step involved.
  4. I'm a little concerned about this "plan", because it doesn't actually address changing the filesystem of any disks. Do you know what is involved in changing filesystems?
  5. If you're running without parity there shouldn't be any difference between normal and turbo. If you're running with parity and moving files between array drives then those speeds don't seem unreasonable, since moving involves copying files to destination then deleting from source. so both drives are written, and both writes would also write parity.
  6. New to unRAID...a few questions...

    Do you know about docker volume mapping? Here is the Docker FAQ. Lots of good stuff there. https://forums.lime-technology.com/topic/57181-real-docker-faq/
  7. High Read on one Drive

    And what about Open Files? You don't have your server exposed to the internet do you?
  8. [6.3.5] Share not excluding

    Exclude means "use all except the listed drives". Include means "use only the listed drives". There is never any reason to specify both, and it is not recommended.
  9. [6.3.5] Share not excluding

    The only free space rule is "don't begin writing a file to a disk that has less than the minimum free setting". There is nothing to prevent writing a file that is too large for the available free space. Minimum free must be set to be larger than the largest file you will ever write. That is the way it has always worked. Don't know if that explains what you are talking about or not.
  10. New to unRAID...a few questions...

    Something different all together. The main point of the cache drive is it doesn't involve parity.
  11. High Read on one Drive

    I'm not sure I understand what you don't understand, but on the Apps tab there are Plugins you can install to look at Active Streams and to look at Open Files.
  12. Getting into a command line?

    default root password is blank. Just hit Enter.
  13. At this point we are speculating about the past. Stop blue iris, set share to cache-yes, run mover, see if they get moved. Set share to cache-no, start blue iris, see if any new ones get created on cache.
  14. Not really good advice for a noob without a lot of followup. Just changing the filesystem on a disk will format it.
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