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pw44

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Use LMCE directory structure - other?
« on: September 21, 2012, 12:48:32 am »
Hya,
my raid 5 array, with all my media, which worked on lmce 8.10 was also added to lmce 10.04, and i defined to use LMCE directory structure, as used under 8.10.
The strange is that an "other" directory is created and so there is no more public and private files.
Is it normal for 10.04?

webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/lmce-ubuntu"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/user_1"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/.directory"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/apps"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/user_4"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/user_3"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/user_2"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/.Trash-0"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/lost+found"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:51      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:55      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:55      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:55      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:55      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:57      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:57      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:57      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:57      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:57      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:57      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:57      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data"
webExecLog.log:17-09-2012 00:18:57      stat --format="%F" -L "/home/public/data/other/Software Raid 5 [32]/public/data/audio"

I did remove the "other" directory and the next UpdateMedia made all right again.

TIA

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Re: Use LMCE directory structure - other?
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2012, 12:58:11 am »
There is a known bug, where RAID entries are set with their PK_Users value set to Public.

The fix is to log into the web admin, Advanced > configuration > Devices, select the RAID device
Find the PK_Users device data, and set it to Use LMCE File Structure.
Save.
Reboot.

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Re: Use LMCE directory structure - other?
« Reply #2 on: September 21, 2012, 01:31:29 am »
There is a known bug, where RAID entries are set with their PK_Users value set to Public.

The fix is to log into the web admin, Advanced > configuration > Devices, select the RAID device
Find the PK_Users device data, and set it to Use LMCE File Structure.
Save.
Reboot.

-Thom

Exactly what i did, but all remained under the "other" directory. Deleting this directory solved the problem.