All my files is readonly

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby cosmin0608 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:02 pm

I explained in first post but probably my english have serious problem.
Origianal: 11 disk + 1 spare
Now: 10 disk +1 spare

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby storageman » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:17 pm

Ok got you! Disk 3 failed and RAID rebuilt using the spare.
You could try this "grow" command, I've no idea!!!
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md13 = Web interface engine and other OS extension

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby cosmin0608 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 8:56 pm

Its ok now. The status on md13 is now clean, without degraded.
After restart, and check md13 and md9 (echo repair > /sys/block/md13(9)/md/sync_action) file is still read only. I will make echo repair on md1 and i will post the result.
Thanks Storageman for your help.

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby storageman » Thu Sep 13, 2018 9:08 pm

cosmin0608 wrote:Its ok now. The status on md13 is now clean, without degraded.
After restart, and check md13 and md9 (echo repair > /sys/block/md13(9)/md/sync_action) file is still read only. I will make echo repair on md1 and i will post the result.
Thanks Storageman for your help.


If you get it back online, back it up, then migrate to RAID 6 and forget about RAID 5 + spare MUCH SAFER :wink:

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby storageman » Fri Sep 14, 2018 11:55 pm

So what happened my friend?

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby cosmin0608 » Sat Sep 15, 2018 12:18 am

Hey...
Nothing.
The qnap is still connected but nothing was changed.
I think my problem is very serious.

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[Helpdesk] The remote support session has been extended to 2018/09/27 14:10:33.
[Helpdesk] Your remote support session is starting. Do not change NAS settings during this period.
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I hope qnap repair my nas in this weekend.
I will post here every update i have about this issue.
Thank you for caring :)

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby cosmin0608 » Tue Sep 18, 2018 6:29 pm

Hy,
My issue was fixed and nas work ok now. I still have a problem with the download. When one ad user are trying to download a folder (zip arhive is created by nas) the arhive is empty.
Also i wait the qnap support to tell me the reason form my problem and what were the actions they have done to work.

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby storageman » Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:04 pm

cosmin0608 wrote:Hy,
My issue was fixed and nas work ok now. I still have a problem with the download. When one ad user are trying to download a folder (zip arhive is created by nas) the arhive is empty.
Also i wait the qnap support to tell me the reason form my problem and what were the actions they have done to work.


Very strange, I'd love to know why it went wrong like that.

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby cosmin0608 » Thu Sep 20, 2018 2:57 pm

"Read only state was caused by damaged metadata of the pool, we've fixed that."
This is the response from qnap support. :roll:

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Re: All my files is readonly

Postby storageman » Thu Sep 20, 2018 3:31 pm

cosmin0608 wrote:"Read only state was caused by damaged metadata of the pool, we've fixed that."
This is the response from qnap support. :roll:

Yes I just wondered what magic commands they ran - glad you're sorted!


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