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WHSv1 - 2TB available, but no Free Space

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dvn

I am confident a loon will not help at all. :D

 

Maybe not, but if I'm heron you correctly... :rolleyes:

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JediTim

I am confident a loon will not help at all. :D

 

Sorry, I just had to do it.

 

Someone say :huh: loon

Always hear to lend a hand.

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jmwills

Ten thousand comedians out of work and you two are trying to be funny ..haha :)

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ikon

Manual for now. From Windows Explorer on the old homeserver instance or on the new one.

I don't think you ever answered my question: are you copying to network shares on the new server or drive letters?

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SabatonFan80

I don't think you ever answered my question: are you copying to network shares on the new server or drive letters?

The copying that I was doing was from my desktop PC onto the mapped 'Videos' share.

 

Anyways, it's been a few days now and it looks like the problem is no longer occuring.

 

Changes I've made that may have had something to do with it :

- Added another drive pool drive

- Giving it more days to rebalance (less likely, but you never know)

- Deleted one of the 'padding' files that I had used to fill out the OS disk's DATA partition. I'm running the OS disk in the icy dock dual 2.5" enclosure and I decided to fill up the DATA partition on this first disk with junk data so that there'd be minimal disk activity on the array. (I'm still now sure whether this was a decent idea or not, but I figured I can always just delete it.) I had left a few hundred megs of free disk space before adding the storage drives and starting to copy my files. It worked without issue for about a terabyte and a half worth of files.

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