sinistar wrote:Establish where the RAID is with df.
Turns out it's /dev/mapper/cachedev1 on my TS-453A.
I suspect that is pretty much where it is on any 4.1.x/4.2.x system.
mount | grep CACHE*
The "*" is not necessary with grep. I'm surprised that it didn't cause an issue. Wild cards are not needed with this kind of search.
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/dev/mapper/cachedev1 on /share/CACHEDEV1_DATA type ext4 (rw,usrjquota=aquota.user,jqfmt=vfsv0,user_xattr,data=ordered,delalloc,noacl)
/share/CACHEDEV1_DATA/.qpkg/ubuntu-hd/lxc/ubuntu_1604/rootfs/lib/modules/3.19.8 on /share/CACHEDEV1_DATA/.qpkg/container-station/kernel-module/ubuntu-hd type none (rw,bind)
This must be the result of something that you've installed.
Next, disable swap:
Why? Swap is not something that gets checked with fsck, as it isn't a file system. In my decades of working with Unix/Linux, swap has never been turned off.
Be sure to get out of the way: cd /
Doesn't hurt to do this if you went into a directory that is part of /share. If logging in as admin and not going anywhere, you would be safe. In my case, I log in as zadmin (I use Zshell and the home is in /share/homes). So, in reality it is best to log in as admin, since any other user account would result in that account's home going away. Not good.
Thanks for the update. I'll have to update my scripts.