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Please help! xpenology doesn't boot from /dev/md0


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Hi guys


Please help to get xpenology to boot from /dev/md0

5.0 4493, running on ESXi, had a disk failure, I replaced the failed disk, but while rebuilding xpenology hung up and now it boots busybox (nanoboot) only.

I can manually reassemble data array /dev/md2 just fine, /dev/md0 and /dev/md1 are showing active-sync only for 4 out of 10 disks.

I can mount /dev/md0 and see contents, but how do I make it to boot correctly from /dev/md0 ?

I tried to modify the kernel line to point root to /dev/md0 in the boot menu, but it didn't work.



Please help!

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