Thanks for the reply but I think I'm not understanding. On my core, I have 3 TB RAID 5 array /dev/md0 that is mounted on /home. So using the normal LinuxMCE structure, it looks like /home/public/data/audio/Artist/Album/. On every reboot, it does try to create a /home/public/data/other/Software RAID [xxx] which is linked to /dev/md0. The problem with that is, the Update Media Daemon now finds two of every file and every song shows up twice on the orbiters. So to fix that I went into the web admin, Advanced->Configuration->Devices and deleted the Software RAID from the Core/Hybrid.
So the issue is the behavior is a little odd. If I go into the web admin Media Files Sync. All the directories are in /home/public/data/audio are shown as "Only Exists on Disk". The directories and files below that are fine. However, the new files that I put in, two new albums, the files show that LinuxMCE doesn't know what to do with them and I get a "Select File Type". If I select LinuxMCE Audio File it goes in and shows a checkmark in web admin. But it doesn't show up in the Orbiters. If I go back to web admin, the check marks are all gone again. This is really odd. Any way we can trouble shoot this?