Disk Space Check
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Make sure that you have enough disk space and that your disk is setup correctly. Some providers will set you up in bad ways, especially if you have a RAID array. One user reported they only had 14GB of disk space (yes, you RABBIT). Inspecting it, the provider made his boot disk /dev/root. Seems like that's a good thing right? Wrong... that folder truly had 20GB of space, while the rest of his 1.7TB was locked in another /dev/md4 folder. The mistake, setting up the disk incorrectly. If you are installing this in a VM or through wholesaleinternet (and some other providers, you will not have any problems with any default settings).
To check your diskspace, type:
You'll see something like this (example of a Wholesale Internet Server):
Pay attention to the space that you have. The easiest way to find out what disk you're using in my limited experience is to is to install PlexGuide, then install SABNZBD/NZBget. Open SABNZBD/NZBget and if the DiskSpace doesn't look right, it is you. Take note that if your utilizing PLEXDRIVE 4 and you run out of diskspace, PLEXDRIVE 4 will dismount (experience) and PLEX will start deleting content from itself due to assuming the drive is empty.
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