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Shrink array - unRAID
There are 2 methods here for removing drives from an unRAID v6.2 array. Check the conditions and comments at the top of each method, to know which one will work best for your situation.

The "Remove Drives Then Rebuild Parity" Method
For removing one or more drives from an unRAID array - this is the tried and true method
Note: this section has been tested for 6.2, but is still fairly new
This method does not keep the drive's data within the array. If the drive to be removed has data you want to stay in the array, you must move it yourself to the other data drives. Parity will be built based entirely and only on the remaining drives and their contents.
This method is best if you are removing more than one drive.
This method should be used if you need to preserve the contents of the data drive you are removing from the array.
This method MUST be used if the drive cannot be cleared, that is, it is missing, disabled, or has bad sectors.
This method does NOT preserve parity, so parity will have to be rebuilt once the array assignments have been adjusted.
Procedure
Make sure that the drive or drives you are removing have been removed from any inclusions or exclusions for all shares, including in the global share settings. Shares should be changed from the default of "All" to "Include". This include list should contain only the drives that will be retained.
Make sure you have a copy of your array assignments, especially the parity drive. You may need this list if the "Retain current configuration" option doesn't work correctly
Stop the array (if it is started)
Go to Tools then New Config
Click on the Retain current configuration box (says None at first), click on the box for All, then click on close
Click on the box for Yes I want to do this, then click Apply then Done
Return to the Main page, and check all assignments. If any are missing, correct them. Unassign the drive(s) you are removing. Double check all of the assignments, especially the parity drive(s)!
Do not click the check box for Parity is already valid; make sure it is NOT checked; parity is not valid now and won't be until the parity build completes
Start the array; system is usable now, but it will take a long time rebuilding parity

The "Clear Drive Then Remove Drive" Method
For removing a drive from an unRAID array, while maintaining the parity protection - this is a new method
Note: this section has been tested but is still fairly new
This method preserves parity protection at all times.
This method can only be used if it's a good drive that is completely empty, is mounted in the array, and can be completely cleared.
This method is limited to removing only one drive at a time.
As stated above, the drive must be completely empty. If there are still any files on it (including hidden ones), they must be moved to another drive, or deleted.
One quick way to clean a drive is reformat it! To format an array drive, you stop the array and then on the Main page click on the link for the drive and change the file system type to something different than it currently is, then restart the array. You will then be presented with an option to format it. Formatting a drive removes all of its data, and the parity drive is updated accordingly, so the data cannot be easily recovered.
Explanatory note: "Since you are going to clear the drive anyway, why do I have to empty it? And what is the purpose of this strange clear-me folder?" Yes it seems a bit draconian to require the drive to be empty since we're about to clear and empty it in the script, but we're trying to be absolutely certain we don't cause data loss. In the past, some users misunderstood the procedure, and somehow thought we would preserve their data while clearing the drive! This way, by requiring the user to remove all data, and then add an odd marker, there cannot be any accidents or misunderstandings and data loss.
Procedure
Make sure that the drive you are removing has been removed from any inclusions or exclusions for all shares, including in the global share settings.
Make sure the array is started, with the drive assigned and mounted.
Make sure you have a copy of your array assignments, especially the parity drive. You may need this list if the "Retain current configuration" option doesn't work correctly.
It is highly recommended to turn on reconstruct write, as the write method (sometimes called 'Turbo write'). With it on, the script can run 2 to 3 times as fast, saving hours!
In Settings -> Disk Settings, change Tunable (md_write_method) to reconstruct write.

Make sure ALL data has been copied off the drive; drive MUST be completely empty for the clearing script to work.
Double check that there are no files or folders left on the drive.
Note: one quick way to clean a drive is reformat it! (once you're sure nothing of importance is left of course!)

Create a single folder on the drive with the name clear-me - exactly 7 lowercase letters and one hyphen
Run the clear an array drive script from the User Scripts plugin (or run it standalone, at a command prompt).
If you prepared the drive correctly, it will completely and safely zero out the drive. If you didn't prepare the drive correctly, the script will refuse to run, in order to avoid any chance of data loss.
If the script refuses to run, indicating it did not find a marked and empty drive, then very likely there are still files on your drive. Check for hidden files. ALL files must be removed!
Clearing takes a loooong time! Progress info will be displayed, in 6.2 or later. Prior to 6.2, nothing will show until it finishes.
If running in User Scripts, the browser tab will hang for the entire clearing process.
While the script is running, the Main screen may show invalid numbers for the drive, ignore them. Important! Do not try to access the drive, at all!
When the clearing is complete, stop the array
Go to Tools then New Config
Click on the Retain current configuration box (says None at first), click on the box for All, then click on close
Click on the box for Yes I want to do this, then click Apply then Done
Return to the Main page, and check all assignments. If any are missing, correct them. Unassign the drive(s) you are removing. Double check all of the assignments, especially the parity drive(s)!
Click the check box for Parity is already valid, make sure it is checked!
Start the array! Click the Start button then the Proceed button (on the warning popup that will pop up)
Parity should still be valid, however it's highly recommended to do a Parity Check
Alternate Procedure for Linux proficient users
It's actually the same procedure as above, except that you can replace steps 7 and 8 by performing the clearing commands yourself at a command prompt. (Clearing takes just as long though!) If you would rather do that, than run the script in steps 7 and 8, then here are the 2 commands to perform:
umount /mnt/diskX
dd bs=1M if=/dev/zero of=/dev/mdX status=progress
(where X in both lines is the number of the data drive being removed)
Important!!! It is VITAL you use the correct drive number, or you will wipe clean the wrong drive! That's why using the script is recommended, because it's designed to protect you from accidentally clearing the wrong drive.
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hard drive - GPT PMBR size mismatch after dd clone - Ask Ubuntu
Do as the gdisk prompt suggests: Use the e option on the experts' (x) menu to relocate the data structures to the end of the disk. You can accomplish the same thing in parted or GParted if you prefer. IIRC, they do it semi-automatically, although they ask for confirmation.

Once you've moved the GPT backup data structures, you can resize your partition(s) using GParted.
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[server] How to correct GPT table and GPT PMBR
Fdisk used to not work at all on gpt partitioned drives, it just reported that drive was gpt partitioned.
Better to use parted, gparted or gdisk. Gdisk has been the command line tool for gpt drives.

Post these:
sudo parted -l
or
sudo parted /dev/sda unit s print
or
sudo gdisk -l /dev/sda


repair gpt:
http://www.rodsbooks.com/gdisk/repairing.html
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Grub2/Installing - Community Help Wiki
for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys /run; do sudo mount -B $i /mnt$i; done
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Docker image file needs to be recreated due to an issue from a BETA? - General Support - Unraid
It is - in fact checking for the C or NOCOW flag. The problem is that you can't set the NOCOW flag for a file larger than 0 bytes. That is - already containing data. You can only set it for newly created 0 byte files which have not yet been written to. There is a workaround though:

 

1) Move your docker.img to a safe location on a different device.

2) Make sure the "live" image /mnt/cache/system/docker/docker.img is removed and that you only have an empty docker folder.

2) chattr +C /mnt/cache/system/docker (Yes, the folder, not the file). By setting the C or NOCOW flag on the folder, it will apply to all files inside of it!

3) Move your docker.img back to the btrfs filesystem. It will now have the C or NOCOW flag set because the flag is set on the folder, and you didn't lose any data!
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X399 motherboard it87 driver for temps - Feature Requests - Unraid
@testdasi modprobe it87 force_id=0x8620

this works for my Asus prime x370 AM4 socket, but with the new update i no longer need to use it, perhaps the devs can add the driver by the neext update for the x399
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[SOLVED] it87 modules not load
To load modules on startup i make this:
Code:
sudo mousepad /etc/modprobe.d/it87.conf
add this
Code:
options it87 force_id=0x8728
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