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Re: Remove inactive volume to use the disk. Disk#2,3,4 (again)

F_L_
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Remove inactive volume to use the disk. Disk#2,3,4 (again)

Hi

I recently had this incident: 

https://community.netgear.com/t5/Using-your-ReadyNAS/Missing-volume-after-power-failure/td-p/1246361

and by miracle the system came back up.

 

So I did a backup to amazon cloud with the most important stuff and replaced the faulty disk (sdc) with a new one.

The system started to sync and after a while I got:

 

Disk in channel 3 (Internal) changed state from RESYNC to ONLINE.

then

* The resync operation finished on volume data. However, the volume is still degraded.

then

* Volume data health changed from Degraded to Inactive.

 

And then the system froze.

 

After a reboot I was back on square one with "Remove inactive volume to use the disk. Disk#2,3,4"

So what gives?

Is my data really lost this time? Is the NAS breaking my disks somehow?

The only disk related error I can find is on sda and "Current Pending Sector Count:   4"
I downloaded the logs if it can help.

 

Model: ReadyNAS RNDU4220|ReadyNAS Ultra 4
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FramerV
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Re: Remove inactive volume to use the disk. Disk#2,3,4 (again)

Hi F_L_,

 

Please send the logs to us.

 

How do I send all logs to ReadyNAS Community moderators?

 

Regards,

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F_L_
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Re: Remove inactive volume to use the disk. Disk#2,3,4 (again)

Hi
I ended up replacing my 2TB drive and making a factory reset.

System is up again.

 

Will probably try 6.7.0 soon

 

 

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