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So one of my HD died today went a picked up a new one same make model and space put. volume is repairing but i cant see any data I had the raid on SHR1

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So one of my HD died today went a picked up a new one same make model and space put. volume is repairing but i cant see any data I had the raid on SHR1


Is DSM complaining about wanting to also repair the operating system? Have you tried having a look with filestation?

I know for a fact if DSM crashes it can take down most other services until the OS and RAID show up green as a failsafe.


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29 minutes ago, UNSC-117 said:

So it finished repairing the raid but volume still says crashed!

 

Which loader are you using? Also are you 100% sure the new drive has been associated with your SHR array?

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yes it is on shr1  as soon as i inserted disk hit repair and used that disk to repaird array  juns 1.02a 

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17 hours ago, UNSC-117 said:

yes it is on shr1  as soon as i inserted disk hit repair and used that disk to repaird array  juns 1.02a 

 

I suggest you follow Polanskiman's guide on how to recover your data using Linux. Not sure why your array is in the state it's in.

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I found a similar guide backup data reinstall dsm. i found the cause of it also i filled all bays and somehow first drive starts at drive 6 so filling all 8 no rom for drive 13 which is what dsm saw it as and it crashed the volume.

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