This a FreeNAS 7 box I built in late 2010. I recently pulled it out of storage after six months, and it's got issues. Worked fine the day it was put in storage, even worked fine two years ago after having spent six months in my car, now it stops working while in climate controlled storage. f_* Murphy.
Anyway, here's what I'm seeing during boot up that seems relevant.
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GEOM: ad4: corrupt or invalid GPT detected. GEOM: ad4: GPT rejected -- may not be recoverable GEOM: ad10: corrupt of invalid GPT detected. GEOM: ad10: GPT rejected -- may not be recoverable GEOM: raid5/NAS: the primary GPT table is corrupt or invalid. GEOM: raid5/NAS: using the secondary instead -- recovery strongly advised Starting file system checks: /dev/raid5/NASp1: PARTIALLY ALLOCAATED INODE I=184224192 /dev/raid5/NASp1: UNEXPECTED SOFT UPDATE INCONSISTENCY: RUN fsck MANUALLY. Automatic file system check failed: help! ERROR: ABORTING BOOT (sending SIGTERM to parent)![/FONT]
I should add that it never does load the remote web interface, anything I do will have to be done locally. I have absolutely zero experience outside the web interface aside from when I originally built the system five years ago as I've had virtually no issues, aside from a drive going bad, but that was fixed from withing the web interface.
I've already been told by someone on Reddit that it is probably a lost cause, but I'll take any advice I can get as I can't really lose anything else at this point.