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leonsr88
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unmounted thin volume

Post by leonsr88 » Sat May 14, 2022 1:46 pm

i have qnap tvs-871 raid 6 two volume first thin volume, HDD 7 broke i change it with another NEW seagate pro then the volume became unmounted i cant mount it back to make check file
could anyone help me


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Re: unmounted thin volume

Post by leonsr88 » Sat May 14, 2022 8:28 pm

[~] # md_checker

Welcome to MD superblock checker (v2.0) - have a nice day~

Scanning system...


RAID metadata found!
UUID: 703f6aba:f3452752:b605beaf:c8ea161b
Level: raid6
Devices: 8
Name: md1
Chunk Size: 512K
md Version: 1.0
Creation Time: Sep 27 20:44:41 2021
Status: ONLINE (md1) [UUUUUUUU]
===============================================================================================
Enclosure | Port | Block Dev Name | # | Status | Last Update Time | Events | Array State
===============================================================================================
NAS_HOST 2 /dev/sdb3 0 Active May 14 00:23:46 2022 128735 AAAAAAAA
NAS_HOST 1 /dev/sda3 1 Active May 14 00:23:46 2022 128735 AAAAAAAA
NAS_HOST 3 /dev/sdc3 2 Active May 14 00:23:46 2022 128735 AAAAAAAA
NAS_HOST 4 /dev/sdd3 3 Active May 14 00:23:46 2022 128735 AAAAAAAA
NAS_HOST 5 /dev/sdg3 4 Active May 14 00:23:46 2022 128735 AAAAAAAA
NAS_HOST 6 /dev/sdh3 5 Active May 14 00:23:46 2022 128735 AAAAAAAA
NAS_HOST 7 /dev/sde3 6 Active May 14 00:23:46 2022 128735 AAAAAAAA
NAS_HOST 8 /dev/sdf3 7 Active May 14 00:23:46 2022 128735 AAAAAAAA
===============================================================================================





[~] # /etc/init.d/init_lvm.sh
Changing old config name...
Reinitialing...
Detect disk(8, 80)...
dev_count ++ = 0Detect disk(8, 48)...
dev_count ++ = 1Detect disk(8, 16)...
dev_count ++ = 2Detect disk(8, 128)...
ignore non-root enclosure disk(8, 128).
Detect disk(8, 96)...
dev_count ++ = 3Detect disk(253, 0)...
ignore non-root enclosure disk(253, 0).
Detect disk(8, 64)...
dev_count ++ = 4Detect disk(8, 32)...
dev_count ++ = 5Detect disk(8, 0)...
dev_count ++ = 6Detect disk(8, 112)...
dev_count ++ = 7Detect disk(8, 80)...
Detect disk(8, 48)...
Detect disk(8, 16)...
Detect disk(8, 128)...
ignore non-root enclosure disk(8, 128).
Detect disk(8, 96)...
Detect disk(253, 0)...
ignore non-root enclosure disk(253, 0).
Detect disk(8, 64)...
Detect disk(8, 32)...
Detect disk(8, 0)...
Detect disk(8, 112)...
/bin/cat: /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000:00:1c.0/0000:01:00.0/subsystem_vendor: No such file or directory
/bin/cat: /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000:00:1c.0/0000:01:00.0/subsystem_vendor: No such file or directory
sys_startup_p2:got called count = -1
WARNING: duplicate PV p7daUTHPkYixFEqvne2zUJLGEO5mWDUP is being used from both devices /dev/drbd1 and /dev/md1
Found duplicate PV p7daUTHPkYixFEqvne2zUJLGEO5mWDUP: using /dev/drbd1 not /dev/md1
Using duplicate PV /dev/drbd1 from subsystem DRBD, ignoring /dev/md1
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Done

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Re: unmounted thin volume

Post by ritters » Sat May 14, 2022 8:34 pm

Before losing a lot of time in searching for funny effects I would think about starting from scratch and restore all data from the backup.

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Re: unmounted thin volume

Post by leonsr88 » Sat May 14, 2022 8:55 pm

i have backup but not for the last week any way i can mount the volume back to do the backup? then i can reset everything and start from scratch

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Re: unmounted thin volume

Post by leonsr88 » Mon May 16, 2022 9:10 am

help please anyone?

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