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Re: Cleanup after failed disk on readynas 214

edgylitirmor
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Cleanup after failed disk on readynas 214

Hi. So, a disk failed in my readynas 214. It was called Media2. Media2 had several shares on it.

The failed Media2 has been removed from the box and I'm going to add in a new disk and also name it Media2 (imaginative, I know).

How do I clean up all traces of the previous Media2 before adding the new disk and using that name?

Currently, my log files are full of errors (mostly smbd and snapperd) about missing shares. I assume the NAS won't like a new volume being created with the same name as one it believes still exists.

Is there a conf I can edit? Some magic command?

 

Thanks.

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StephenB
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Re: Cleanup after failed disk on readynas 214


@edgylitirmor wrote:

Hi. So, a disk failed in my readynas 214. It was called Media2.


Media2 must have been the volume name.

 

This should still show up on your volumes tab.  If so, click on the volume settings wheel and delete it.

 

 

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edgylitirmor
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Re: Cleanup after failed disk on readynas 214

I did that before removing the disk.

Still seeing loads of errors in the logs.

 

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StephenB
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@edgylitirmor wrote:

I did that before removing the disk.

Still seeing loads of errors in the logs.

 


What firmware version are you running?

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edgylitirmor
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Re: Cleanup after failed disk on readynas 214

6.10.8

 

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StephenB
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Re: Cleanup after failed disk on readynas 214


@edgylitirmor wrote:

6.10.8

 


Do you have any experience with the linux command line ("ssh")?

 

Since you asked about editing a conf file, I am assuming yes.

 

One option is to run a repair script that is here: 

This was written by a Netgear developer for support use some years ago.  Unfortunately, the certificate is expired.

 

However, you can still run it using these steps:

# cd //
# wget --no-check-certificate https://gitlab.codycook.us/readynas-scripts/share_lun_ui_fix.sh/raw/master/share_lun_ui_fix.sh
# chmod +x ./share_lun_ui_fix.sh
# ./share_lun_ui_fix.sh

 

 

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edgylitirmor
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Re: Cleanup after failed disk on readynas 214

Yes

 

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