This option can be used many times. So i made it yesterday after the guy on sourceforge told me that. You have 271650 files with zero sub-second timestamp. After looking at this script more. This directory must be outside the array. The errors will disappear from the 'status' at the next 'scrub' command. Among us are represented the various reasons to keep data -- legal requirements, competitive requirements, uncertainty of permanence of cloud services, distaste for transmitting your data externally e.
Only files that are new, updated or moved are part of the sync operation. When updating, all the present symbolic links and empty subdirectories are deleted and replaced with the new view of the array. There is also the undocumented --test-skip-lock to avoid to check it. This is useful to avoid long sync when you replace one disk with another copying manually the files. If you have more broken disks, change all their configuration options. Ultimately, I chose the later solution. If errors, abort and sends me an e-mail.
This option has no effect on the log files. Physical offsets not supported for disk 'd6'. As approximation, you can assume that half of the block size is wasted for each file. Great script, but I am having a problem. Note that the sync will terminate with an error. In this case an immediate replacement of the disk is highly recommended.
Previous rules have the precedence over the later ones. Still a little confused on the numbering of drives. See the manual page for more details. How can I do that? With a Backup you are able to recover from a complete failure of the whole disk array. This option is useful to avoid to restart from scratch long 'sync' commands interrupted by a machine crash. I do have one question that I hope you can help me with…I had my server set up and everything was working well with the automated nightly sync and e-mails that I would get each night. To change again this value in future you'll have to recreate the whole parity! No sync is in progress.
The parity data was anyway computed correctly, and no special action is required to update. They are a little faster than the previous unroll by 2. See the manual page for more details. The files are not really copied here, but just linked using symbolic links. Note that the sync will terminate with an error. This option has no effect on the log files.
I'll try and get everything back to it's old mount points and do another fix. This option is mandatory and it can be used only one time. To change again this value in future you'll have to recreate the whole parity! Hi, Is anyone using SnapRaid with Drive Bender? Note that Windows system directories, junctions, mount points, and any other Windows special directory are treated just as files, meaning that to exclude them you must use a file rule, and not a directory one. Defines the files to use to store the parity information. If specified, they enable the multiple failures protection from two to six level of parity. Then use say stablebit drivepool to pool the ones that are data drives. This option is only required for Windows.
The protection is more effective if these disks contain data that rarely change. This allows to share the pool directory in the network. As a side note, I think you really need new method of mounting drives. Run it from a disk with some free space. A folder called cache is typical example of stuff to exclude. Using 374 MiB of memory for the FileSystem. An attempt was made to correct the error.
Start from 2-parity, and follow in order. This allows recovering of moved files in case a silent error is found during the hash verification check. Fatal errors are always printed on the screen. This option is useful to avoid to restart from scratch long 'sync' commands interrupted by a machine crash. Start from 2-parity, and follow in order. I think my disks have re-mounted in a different order again. A trick to get a bigger parity partition in Linux, is to format it with the command: mkfs.