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Download Station causes file system errors!

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My XPEnology is displaying many file system errors in log center:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/105 ... logy/4.PNG

 

But HD SMART and Nas status are OK:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/105 ... logy/5.PNG

 

I realized that errors are present only when Download Station is loaded; I tried to use many days my NAS without open Download Station, and no problems occured. Then I decide to uninstall download station, redownload it and reinstall it. As soon as I run Download Station, DSM popup me a file system error.

 

How can I solve this problem?!?

 

My System: DSM 5.2-5967 update2

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download station uses a folder on the volume for storing partial downloads called '@download' or similar - suggest you delete any existing downloads then clear that folder

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download station uses a folder on the volume for storing partial downloads called '@download' or similar - suggest you delete any existing downloads then clear that folder

This could be a good idea, but I think it's a system, hidden folder.. I can't find it on File Station.

Actually I've no scheduled downloads on Download Station; how can I find and clear this folder?

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If you enable SSH in control panel>terminal &SNMP and then download WinSCP to your PC, you can log into the system using user:root pwd:. navigate to volume1 and look for the @download folder

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I deleted all files in the folder @download, except for one subfolder called 850 that I can't download (no permission using root user); it doesn't work yet. Each time I run Download Station, the system open a popup showing file system error.

Is there any other temporary files o folders I can download? I'm going crazy! :sad:

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the 850 folder is a previous download, possibly that folder is 'corrupt' causing the errors, and the corruption has also affected the permissions

try uninstalling download station completely then see if you can delete the 850 folder or maybe the @download as well

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the 850 folder is a previous download, possibly that folder is 'corrupt' causing the errors, and the corruption has also affected the permissions

try uninstalling download station completely then see if you can delete the 850 folder or maybe the @download as well

 

1. I unistalled Download Station

2. reboot the system

3. Use WinSCP to delete "850" Folder, this is the error I receive:

 

Cattura1.PNG

 

P.S.: the "850" Folder is EMPTY! (and "show hidden files" is selected)

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It might be time to run a file check on the volume.

There are some instructions towards the bottom of this post https://tunwinnaing.wordpress.com/2015/ ... le-system/

Disclaimer: I haven't tried it and don't know what effect it might have. However, it's only the second run of e2fsck that actually changes the filesystem.

You can run the commands from WinSCP if you like Commands>Open Terminal or download something like putty.

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It might be time to run a file check on the volume.

There are some instructions towards the bottom of this post https://tunwinnaing.wordpress.com/2015/ ... le-system/

Disclaimer: I haven't tried it and don't know what effect it might have. However, it's only the second run of e2fsck that actually changes the filesystem.

You can run the commands from WinSCP if you like Commands>Open Terminal or download something like putty.

 

Thank you very much for your support and for this weblink; I'll try as soon as I can and I'll inform you if it works for me.

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Hi.

 

Can you please tell me how you run the e2fsck command? When following the instructions and try to run e2fsck -nvf -C 0 /dev/vg1000/lv I get an error message that dir /dev/sda1 doesn't exist :sad:

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So I was finally able to run these commands but no volume was created. Do I need to create a new volume to access my files or would I delete the files if I create a new volume?

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