Cant access my NAS326

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Hello,
Changed Router a couple of weeks ago, no problem that i know of with my NAS.
Now suddenly this morning it was beeping a lot.
Shut it down, via the power button on the nas because my computer couldnt fint it.
Started it later (beeps 3 times during boot.. a lot of seconds between the beeps), still cant find it.
Using the findme address and then push the sync button, nothing happens.

In my app for my ASUS Router i can see the nas online, with an IP number, trying to use both the ipnumber and the given name to access it, nothing happens.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

//Mats
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  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,645  Guru Member
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    Try a factory reset. Press the reset button on the back until it has beeped 3 times (will take 10~20 seconds).
  • MatsG
    MatsG Posts: 14
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    Tried.. reset 3 beeps.. let go of the reset and ther is 3 quick beeps, still the same.
  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,645  Guru Member
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    I searched the startscript and found this:

    #if one sys-root image or kernel is currpt => bootform another sys-root
    #if dual sys-root or kernel are currpt => the buzzerc beep forever
    flash_fail_handler()
    {
        echo "the sys-root image /dev/mtdblock${IMG_MTD} is currupt !!"

    This codepath is reached when something is wrong with the flash partitions. Maybe that can be repaired using a 'Rescue stick'. Download the right file here, and unzip it to a fat formatted USB stick. Read the readme, and add the firmware as described. Plug the stick in the NAS, and boot it. It should reflash the firmware.
  • MatsG
    MatsG Posts: 14
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    I did the reset once more... ALL my files are gone even If  I found info that files shouldnt be affected by a reset.
  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,645  Guru Member
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    Did you store your files in custom shares? In that case you have to re-enable the shares. A factory reset resets all user config, including shares. But the directories on the NAS backing the shares are still there.
  • MatsG
    MatsG Posts: 14
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    Thanks, that worked ... but not all folder I think... strange.
    I have some mapped folder to this NAS... one of those folders are still missing.. i dont remeber deleting it... because it is my "Digital Photo Sorted Folder"
    Any way to see if it is still there?
    I have 2 hdd on RAID in the NAS, "Volume on RAID" th.ey should be mirrored. Its 2 2TB disc and I only have 2TB

  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,645  Guru Member
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    Any way to see if it is still there?
    Enable the ssh server (somewhere in system->network), and login over ssh (you can use PuTTY for that). Then execute

    cd /i-data/sysvol/
    ls

    The last command should list all your shares, if your lost directory is not there, look if a filesystem check has found it:

    su
    ls lost+found/


  • MatsG
    MatsG Posts: 14
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    cd /i-data/sysvol/ => ls doesnt show my lost folder


    is SU a command because it doesnt work "not found"

    ls lost+found/ = can't open 'lost+found/' : Permission denied
  • Mijzelf
    Mijzelf Posts: 2,645  Guru Member
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    Yes, su (lowercase) is a command, which gives you the right to read lost+found. (And more)
  • MatsG
    MatsG Posts: 14
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    This is how it looks.

    after su it asks for pw, i used my ordinary, and that worked.



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