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faq:0001 [2013/01/12 06:24]
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faq:0001 [2018/08/10 21:56] (current)
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-**Q: After a crash, NAS4Free stops booting and I see "Run FSCK Manually" on the screen, what do I do?\\ +**Q: After a crash, XigmaNAS stops booting and I see "Run FSCK Manually" on the screen, what do I do?\\ 
 Q: How can I fix file system damage that prevents me from mounting my UFS formatted drive?\\ Q: How can I fix file system damage that prevents me from mounting my UFS formatted drive?\\
 Q: How do I fix the "WARNING: /mnt/MyStuff was not properly dismounted" errors that appear in the logs or at boot time?\\ Q: How do I fix the "WARNING: /mnt/MyStuff was not properly dismounted" errors that appear in the logs or at boot time?\\
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   - Backup your configuration file.   - Backup your configuration file.
-  - Run fsck from WebGUI Tab> **Disks|Mount Point|Fsck**. //Make sure you select// "**Unmount disk/partition**", //read and understand all notes and warnings on this Tab//.+  - Run fsck from WebGUI Tab> **Disks Mount Point Fsck**. //Make sure you select// "**Unmount disk/partition**", //read and understand all notes and warnings on this Tab//.
   - Note or copy / paste any output for future reference.   - Note or copy / paste any output for future reference.
   - If you see " **FILE SYSTEM CLEAN** " then you are done, file system corruption should now be fixed, try to mount and use your file system again.   - If you see " **FILE SYSTEM CLEAN** " then you are done, file system corruption should now be fixed, try to mount and use your file system again.
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 **Procedure #2 -** Is more difficult than the first but is still relatively easy and safe, it is done from the server console and then uses the WebGUI. **Procedure #2 -** Is more difficult than the first but is still relatively easy and safe, it is done from the server console and then uses the WebGUI.
  
-  - Make sure you know and understand your NAS4Free configuration.+  - Make sure you know and understand your XigmaNAS configuration.
   - Backup your configuration file, then shut down your server.   - Backup your configuration file, then shut down your server.
   - Remove floppy or USB stick If you are using one to store your configuration file.   - Remove floppy or USB stick If you are using one to store your configuration file.
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   - Add your disks carefully, make sure you specify how they are already formatted. __Under no circumstances should you reformat your disks__.   - Add your disks carefully, make sure you specify how they are already formatted. __Under no circumstances should you reformat your disks__.
   - __Do not__ mount any file systems.   - __Do not__ mount any file systems.
-  - If you //do not// have a RAID array, then from WebGUI Tab> **Advanced|Command** run:<code bash>fsck_ufs -p /dev/YourDrivep1 &</code>+  - If you //do not// have a RAID array, then from WebGUI Tab> **Tools > Execute Command** run:<code bash>fsck_ufs -p /dev/YourDrivep1 &</code>
   - Do this until you see "FILE SYSTEM CLEAN; SKIPPING CHECKS".   - Do this until you see "FILE SYSTEM CLEAN; SKIPPING CHECKS".
-  * **If you have a RAID5 array**, recreate your array, giving it the original name and the original disks, in the original order, __do not__ check the "Create & initialize" box, then from WebGUI Tab> **Advanced|Command** run:<code bash> fsck_ufs -p /dev/raid5/YourRAIDNamep1 &</code>+  * **If you have a RAID5 array**, recreate your array, giving it the original name and the original disks, in the original order, __do not__ check the "Create & initialize" box, then from WebGUI Tab> **Tools > Execute Command** run:<code bash> fsck_ufs -p /dev/raid5/YourRAIDNamep1 &</code>
   * Do this until you see "FILE SYSTEM CLEAN; SKIPPING CHECKS".   * Do this until you see "FILE SYSTEM CLEAN; SKIPPING CHECKS".
-  * **If you have a RAID1 array**, recreate your array, giving it the original name and the original disks, in the original order, __do not__ check the "Create & initialize" box, then from WebGUI Tab> **Advanced|Command** run:<code bash> fsck_ufs -p /dev/gmirror/YourRAIDNamep1 &</code>+  * **If you have a RAID1 array**, recreate your array, giving it the original name and the original disks, in the original order, __do not__ check the "Create & initialize" box, then from WebGUI Tab> **Tools > Execute Command** run:<code bash> fsck_ufs -p /dev/gmirror/YourRAIDNamep1 &</code>
   * Do this until you see "FILE SYSTEM CLEAN; SKIPPING CHECKS".   * Do this until you see "FILE SYSTEM CLEAN; SKIPPING CHECKS".
  
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   * {{:faq:drives_not_properly_dismounted.pdf|Drives not properly dismounted.}}   * {{:faq:drives_not_properly_dismounted.pdf|Drives not properly dismounted.}}
  
-| Advanced | Basic storage concept | >=9.0.0.1 |+| Advanced | Basic storage concept | =>9.0.0.1 |
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