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tau12

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    XFS RAID 1 disk - how to get data out of it?
    Sorted [quote]Hi.. I have a problem with XFS partiton.. I have Linksys NAS box (NAS200).. changed disks in it, and was hoping to get access to old drives later.. but no.. now this system do not recognize this disk.. I had RAID 1 on them, but now only one disk of 2 is alive.. I got some patch from Linksys support for Windows, as they are suposedly supporting only Win, but this only allowed me to see 3 "unformatted" partitions in My Computer under windows.. [quote][2009-12-08 03:35:53] Evan (30064E): Please read the FAQ carefully and Download the EXT2 software on the computer and install it, and you should be able to retrieve the data . [2009-12-08 03:37:12] Evan (30064E): Please refer to the following link - http://www.fs-driver.org/download.html[/quote] E:\>mountdiag w: The volume has not been mounted. No file system has been recognized. You may look at the /etc/fstab file of your Linux installation to get more information. Linux Mint was able to tell me, that I am dealing with XFS.. but it didnt showd me any files on it.. any ideas, how to get data out of this disk..?[/quote]
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    Hi..

    I have a problem with XFS partiton.. I have Linksys NAS box (NAS200).. changed disks in it, and was hoping to get access to old drives later.. but no.. now this system do not recognize this disk.. I had RAID 1 on them, but now only one disk of 2 is alive..

    I got some patch from Linksys support for Windows, as they are suposedly supporting only Win, but this only allowed me to see 3 "unformatted" partitions in My Computer under windows..

    [quote][2009-12-08 03:35:53] Evan (30064E): Please read the FAQ carefully and Download the EXT2 software on the computer and install it, and you should be able to retrieve the data .
    [2009-12-08 03:37:12] Evan (30064E): Please refer to the following link - http://www.fs-driver.org/download.html

    E:\>mountdiag w:
    The volume has not been mounted. No file system has been recognized.
    You may look at the /etc/fstab file of your Linux installation to get more
    information.

    Linux Mint was able to tell me, that I am dealing with XFS.. but it didnt showd me any files on it..

    any ideas, how to get data out of this disk..?[/quote]

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