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BTRFS volume crashed with 6.02

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Hi,

 

I installed several weeks before an NAS for a goot friend. Now one of two volume is crashed. volume2 (/dev/md3).

 

I try several thinks like btrfs rescue or check. I can mount the volume by shell but the Synology Web alsways told me volume is crashed.

 

Right now I start a smart test and told my friend to make a backup.

 

Is there any other thinks that I can do? Why Syno told that the volume is crashed but I can mount it and use it?

 

The RAID contains only one hard drive (Toshiba HDWE150 5 TB)

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Hi,

 

I installed several weeks before an NAS for a goot friend. Now one of two volume is crashed. volume2 (/dev/md3).

 

I try several thinks like btrfs rescue or check. I can mount the volume by shell but the Synology Web alsways told me volume is crashed.

 

Right now I start a smart test and told my friend to make a backup.

 

Is there any other thinks that I can do? Why Syno told that the volume is crashed but I can mount it and use it?

 

The RAID contains only one hard drive (Toshiba HDWE150 5 TB)

 

I suppose you are using v1.01 loader?

What you are explaining here sounds very much like the bug in DSM 6.1 that was fixed by Synology, but I dont' recall this bug being present in DSM 6.0.2.

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Oh, that's not fine.

 

Gesendet von meinem SM-G930F mit Tapatalk

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Using loader 1.01. Thats right. I will now format the BTRFS disk new with ext4. The good thing is, its volume2 and my friend have a backup. SO its a quick work.....:smile:

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