I can't figure out how to correct this at this point. I’m hoping someone here can point me in the correct direction.

I have posted my terminal outputs below for diskUtil list and diskUtil cs list.

@MacMini ~ % diskUtil list
/dev/disk0 (internal, physical):
   #:             TYPE NAME           SIZE     IDENTIFIER
   0:    GUID_partition_scheme             *121.3 GB   disk0
   1:             EFI EFI            209.7 MB   disk0s1
   2:          Apple_APFS Container disk2      121.1 GB   disk0s2

/dev/disk1 (internal, physical):
   #:             TYPE NAME           SIZE     IDENTIFIER
   0:    GUID_partition_scheme             *1.0 TB    disk1
   1:             EFI EFI            209.7 MB   disk1s1
   2:          Apple_APFS Container disk2      1000.0 GB  disk1s2

/dev/disk2 (synthesized):
   #:             TYPE NAME           SIZE     IDENTIFIER
   0:    APFS Container Scheme -            +1.1 TB    disk2
                  Physical Stores disk0s2, disk1s2
   1:         APFS Volume Macintosh HD - Data    58.4 GB   disk2s1
   2:         APFS Volume Preboot          83.2 MB   disk2s2
   3:         APFS Volume Recovery         528.8 MB   disk2s3
   4:         APFS Volume VM            3.2 GB    disk2s4
   5:         APFS Volume Macintosh HD       11.0 GB   disk2s5

/dev/disk3 (external, physical):
   #:             TYPE NAME           SIZE     IDENTIFIER
   0:    GUID_partition_scheme             *8.0 TB    disk3
   1:             EFI EFI            209.7 MB   disk3s1
   2:          Apple_HFS Adult Entertainment    2.0 TB    disk3s2
   3:          Apple_HFS Room4Activities      6.0 TB    disk3s3

@MacMini ~ % diskUtil cs list
No CoreStorage logical volume groups found
@MacMini ~ % 
  • Please copy/paste the original text, then select all & hit Ctrl/k [ctrl, not cmd]. That will format it legibly for stack exchange. Pictures are not searchable & your existing formatting attempt is too much work to unfold. – Tetsujin Jul 30 at 15:33
  • Thank You! I have added the modified Copy/Paste. – Jimmy Johns Johns Jul 30 at 15:38
  • It would be better from the original text - that's got some formatting already attempted which throws all the columns out of whack [which is why I got halfway through tidying it & gave up ;) It's legible, it will be OK. – Tetsujin Jul 30 at 15:41

Once you're converted to APFS, CoreStorage is managed differently.

Your result for diskutil list correctly shows both internal physical drives & the synthesised drive the OS constructs from that.
Note that both parts of what used to be called only from diskutil cs list both reference the same Apple_APFS Container disk2, which is correct, & the construction is re-stated in the synthesized drive as Physical Stores disk0s2, disk1s2.
That it shows as Container disk2 rather than 1 means you have at some point re-formatted or reassigned, but that is of no import. Mine is up to Container disk7 on one drive these days.

diskutil cs list is now redundant.

There is a considerably more detailed explanation at The Eclectic Light Company - Fusion Drives in APFS

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  • Thank You! I started down this path because I have been having rampant permissions issues. Even after having checked to make sure that I am the owner of my home folder, and I’ve applied that to all the enclosed files. My assumption was something had gone wrong with the drive. The “No CoreStorage” Message threw me for a loop. I cant even delete a file without being asked for a password to authorize. – Jimmy Johns Johns Jul 30 at 15:55

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