cooledspirit

Can reboot to "reinstall" option of Jun's loader lead to a FSCK ?

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I rebooted my machine, selecting the "reinstall" option of Jun's loader, but the Synology Assistant can't find the machine so far. Seen the fact that I experienced some problems lately, is it possible that prior to coming available, a file systems check might be running ?  Is there a way to validate that (what could be causing the delay of becoming available) ?

Or is something else potentially wrong ?

I just want to avoid forcing a shutdown in case a file systems check would actually be running. In that case I can wait until the machine becomes available again.  In any other case, I assume the system frooze...

 

Many thanks in advance for your feedback !

 

Kind regards,

 

Cooled spirit.

 

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If there is a file check running, sometimes running the Assistant will connect to the unit and give you a 'countdown' of the minutes left, its not always effective though.

If you can see a lot of hdd lights activity that might point to a check running and the rest of the system services (eg LAN/web interface) may not have started.

The best way to check for sure is a serial port connection/putty link, there you can see the full load process logs.

If you do reboot then the file check starts again, I think

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I see on my router that "diskstation" has gotten an IP address, but there appears to be no way to connect to it, nor via the assistant, telnet or ssh (connection refused)

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I notice that synology assistant doesn't find the station anymore, even when booting the regular way with the USB. I can access the admin webpage and use telnet though when booted normally...

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