Disk for SoftRAID Volume Disappeared
Is there going to be no fix for this? I properly disconnect my RAID volume, but get this every single time I disconnect from my MacBook.
Is this volume used by time machine? 6.2.1 should help address that.
If not, something in macOS is holding onto the volume.
Try this to see two things using terminal, just paste these in. You will need your admin password.
First conform that 6.2.1 is the driver that is loading:
sudo kextstat -b com.softraid.driver.SoftRAID
Second, unmount your volume. Wait a few seconds. then run this to see what is active on the volume:
sudo lsof /Volumes/myDrive
(myDrive is the name of your volume. Change to your volume name. If you have a space in the volume name, temporarily rename it, so it has no spaces, so you can use this format of the command)
matt@Matts-MBP-2 ~ % sudo kextstat -b com.softraid.driver.SoftRAID
Executing: /usr/bin/kmutil showloaded --bundle-identifier com.softraid.driver.SoftRAID
No variant specified, falling back to release
Index Refs Address Size Wired Name (Version) UUID <Linked Against>
256 0 0xfffffe0006e9c5f0 0x4000 0x4000 com.softraid.driver.SoftRAID (6.2.1) FB767E03-2D35-3959-B63A-317BE3F1D3EA <16 5 4 3>
matt@Matts-MBP-2 ~ % sudo lsof /Volumes/Thunderbay
lsof: status error on /Volumes/Thunderbay: No such file or directory
And then if I pull the cable from my MBP, I get the error.
@softraid-support I think I will disable TM for now and see if I still see the notification.