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  • The correct partition was available after I moved the sleep command in the shutdown file.<div>~ # lvscan -a&#13;<span style="background-color: transparent; color: inherit; font-size: inherit; font-family: Lato, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;">&nbsp; ACTIVE&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;…
  • After some trial and error I've found out that I needed to shutdown the NAS using the web interface, running "/etc/init.d/rc.shutdown" in the command line didn't enable telnet. The command to check the disk throws an error regarding the Superblock.<div>~ # e2fsck /dev/md2&#13;e2fsck 1.42.12 (29-Aug-2014)&#13;ext2fs_open2:…
  • I had 2 folders with problems (in a single share). Both folders were completely gone in the file explorer. I could recover the entire structure and content (including filenames) from one folder using ReclaiMe. The other folder structure and content wasn't recognize as such by ReclaimMe. I could have search every deleted…
  • It might be possible to have some media files but the folder has mainly documents (word/excel/pdf). The above error was related to the LS command. I rebooted the NAS to see if there are any related disk errors when mounting the drive. Bellow an extraction of the dmesg command. [&nbsp; &nbsp;55.002189] md/raid:md2: device…
  • When I SSH to the NAS I get the following: After that I ran dmesg Different results on Google suggest I do a "fsck" on the disk, but sadly this command isn't supported. Any clues what might be wrong? I have recovered most (maybe all) data using ReclaiMe, it was marked as deleted. It would be very helpful to know the cause…
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