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Hi Everyone, 

 

I made a really stupid mistake of deleting volume 1 of my NAS. The Volume consists of 2 - 2TB WD drives and 1 - 1TB WD drive. 

one of the 2TB drives failed and I was supposed to repair it. I've done this before but in this instance, it totally slipped my mind that I need to uninstall the failed drive first before running the repair function. 

 

I made the moronic mistake of thinking the repair function was the remove volume function and now I lost volume 1. The failed drive is now uninstalled, the other 2 drives show they are healthy but the status is "system partition failed". Is there a way I can rebuild volume 1 or just remount it from the data of the 2 remaining drives? Thanks so much for your help. 

 

Details:

RAID: SHR

Machine: DS3615xs

DSM Version: 5.2-5644

 

 

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