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Power failure during resyncing form riad1 to 5

griszadwa
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Power failure during resyncing form riad1 to 5

Hi,

Will need some help and advise please.

I had two hard drives in Raid1, bought one more and attached to NAS to get more space, after 1 hour I had power lost (0.2% of resyncing ).  System is not starting now booting up to 31% only.

How can get to my data now? Is there any easy way to repair it.

 

thanks

greg

 

 

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StephenB
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Re: Power failure during resyncing form riad1 to 5


@griszadwa wrote:

 

I had two hard drives in Raid1, bought one more and attached to NAS to get more space, after 1 hour I had power lost (0.2% of resyncing ).  System is not starting now booting up to 31% only.

How can get to my data now? Is there any easy way to repair it.

 

 


One option is to contact paid support (my.netgear.com).  Per-incident support is fairly inexpensive (~$75); data recovery would be quite a bit more:  https://kb.netgear.com/69/ReadyNAS-Data-Recovery-Diagnostics-Scope-of-Service

 

You could also try rebooting again, but this time using the boot menu to boot the volume as read-only.  That might get you past the 31%.

 

If you don't have a backup plan in place for your NAS, then I suggest that you do that after you regain access.  RAID isn't enough to keep your data safe.

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StephenB
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Re: Power failure during resyncing form riad1 to 5


@griszadwa wrote:

 

I had two hard drives in Raid1, bought one more and attached to NAS to get more space, after 1 hour I had power lost (0.2% of resyncing ).  System is not starting now booting up to 31% only.

How can get to my data now? Is there any easy way to repair it.

 

 


One option is to contact paid support (my.netgear.com).  Per-incident support is fairly inexpensive (~$75); data recovery would be quite a bit more:  https://kb.netgear.com/69/ReadyNAS-Data-Recovery-Diagnostics-Scope-of-Service

 

You could also try rebooting again, but this time using the boot menu to boot the volume as read-only.  That might get you past the 31%.

 

If you don't have a backup plan in place for your NAS, then I suggest that you do that after you regain access.  RAID isn't enough to keep your data safe.

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