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fk> fk> This dump analysis is beyond my tecknical knowledge. sympton, Aug 23, 2011 #13 sympton Newbie Joined: Aug 1, 2011 Messages: 23 Thanks Received: 0 Trophy Points: 4 Code:Hostname: freenas.local OS Version: FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE-p2 Platform: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E6550 Code: OS Version: FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE-p1 Platform: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E6550 @ 2.33GHz System Time: Sat Aug 20 11:48:27 EEST 2011 Uptime: 11:48AM up 12 days, 15:16, 1 user Load Average: What is the SMART status? navigate here

That *should* work... Top ChriZathens Forum Moderator Posts: 847 Joined: 23 Jun 2012 09:14 Location: Athens, Greece Status: Offline Re: Unable to repair UFS drive Quote Post #4 by ChriZathens » 05 May 2014 super-block backups (for fsck -b #) at: 160, 376512, 752864, 1129216, 1505568, 1881920, 2258272, 2634624, 3010976, 3387328, 3763680, 4140032, 4516384, 4892736, 5269088, 5645440, 6021792, 6398144, 6774496, 7150848, 7527200, 7903552, 8279904, 8656256, Whats "bad magic number" ?

fk> fk> Following your suggestions, I tried these. See Chapter44, Restoring Files and File Systems (Tasks) for information about restoring complete file systems. I'll update when I find it.

dd_rescue: (info): ipos: 159550393.0k, opos: 159550393.0k, xferd:   1343488.0k                    errs:     11, errxfer:         5.5k, succxfer:   1343482.5k              +curr.rate:    45310kB/s, avg.rate:    29621kB/s, avg.load:  0.7% At this point the copying slowed right down because GEOM: da0s1: geometry does not match label (16h,63s != 255h,63s). (ada1:ata2:0:1:0): lost device (ada1:ata2:0:1:0): removing device entry Is there any repair commands ? super-block backups (for fsck -b #) at: 160, 376512, 752864, 1129216, 1505568, 1881920, 2258272, 2634624, 3010976, 3387328, 3763680, 4140032, 4516384, 4892736, 5269088, 5645440, 6021792, 6398144, 6774496, 7150848, 7527200, 7903552, 8279904, 8656256, uld-i-buy/Interresting.

It is almost precise, since I had had this kind of trouble a few times, I have had a custom to collect precious data in a single place and back up The target drive was actually a 500GB drive, and now fdisk is reporting to see it as 200GB :) .. I'm not sure if you can run an 'fsck' command on a UFS filesystem in Ubuntu. Supermicro X10SLL-F, 16gb ECC, i3 4130, IBM M1015 with IT firmware. 4x 3tb WD Red, 4x 2TB Samsung F4, both GEOM AES 256 encrypted.

If I put it back in, I get the same error again.Since I have another computer with Ubuntu, I installed the data drive in it and I can mount it as Dear listers, Hopefully this may help. Unable to repair UFS drive Problems, solutions, software Forum rules • NAS4Free Official Site • Set-Up Guide • FAQs • Forum Rules Post Reply Print view 10 posts • Page 1 Why are you using 8.0 RC5?

anyway.. Tweet « Welcome to the new flipworld.net Converting vpopmail aliases to ezmlm mailing lists » About Jerry Walsh Tech Entrepreneur, hacker, bootstrapper, biz nerd and all round computer nut. fk> So Thanks a lot for your help! I had a drive that FreeBSD choked on trying to mount, yet a Linux Live CD was able to boot and read from the UFS filesystem fine (presumably it only implements

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You can use fsck -o b to replace the superblock with one of the copies. And now i cannot moun on shell either :/ sympton, Aug 21, 2011 #8 sympton Newbie Joined: Aug 1, 2011 Messages: 23 Thanks Received: 0 Trophy Points: 4 I tried Suddenly, the NAS server was rebooting in the middle of the process.I could only copy files in small batches.I decided to test my memory and one of the memory module had his comment is here I hope you would have some hints.

net> Date: 2003-12-04 3:32:20 [Download message RAW] --- Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote: > FSCK_FFS(8) > > NAME > fsck_ffs, fsck_ufs -- file system consistency check and interactive > repair > > YOU MUST USE THE -b OPTION TO FSCK TO SPECIFY THE LOCATION OF AN ALTERNATE SUPER-BLOCK TO SUPPLY NEEDED INFORMATION; SEE fsck(8). #newfs -N /dev/da0s2a /dev/da0s2a: 9274.7MB (18994684 sectors) block size After reboot everything works again ?

I did it when it was mounted with Ubuntu.

This dump analysis is beyond my tecknical knowledge. Please help today!Produce and hosting N4F does cost money, please consider a small donation to our project so that we can stay offering you the best.We really do need your support!We fk> fk> fk> fk> -- fk> fk> FK. Background: FreeBSD6.0-RELEASE. #disklabel /dev/da0s2 # /dev/da0s2: 8 partitions: # size offset fstype [fsize bsize bps/cpg] a: 18994687 524288 4.2BSD 2048 16384 28552 b: 524288 0 swap c: 19518975 0 unused 0

sympton Newbie Joined: Aug 1, 2011 Messages: 23 Thanks Received: 0 Trophy Points: 4 Hi I have 2 x 2tb hdd´s mounted. super-block backups (for fsck -b #) at: 160, 376512, 752864, 1129216, 1505568, 1881920, 2258272, 2634624, 3010976, 3387328, 3763680, 4140032, 4516384, 4892736, 5269088, 5645440, 6021792, 6398144, 6774496, 7150848, 7527200, 7903552, 8279904, 8656256, Thank you. weblink Because a superblock is created by the newfs command, you do not need to restore it.

I had 2GB. fk> fk> Date: Sat, 09 Dec 2006 14:56:58 -0800 fk> fk> Message-ID: <457b3f3a.e4Sf+YRQsI6sLl6z%[hidden email]> fk> fk> fk> fk> perryh> > #diff -s sb1 sb2 fk> fk> perryh> > Files sb1 and If you delete the directory, you might find that fsck runs cleanly. YOU MUST USE THE -b OPTION TO FSCK TO SPECIFY THE LOCATION OF AN ALTERNATE SUPER-BLOCK TO SUPPLY NEEDED INFORMATION; SEE fsck(8). #newfs -N /dev/da0s2a /dev/da0s2a: 9274.7MB (18994684 sectors) block size

I hope you would have some hints. Display the superblock values with the newfs -N command. # newfs -N /dev/rdsk/device-name The output of this command displays the block numbers that were used for the superblock copies when newfs fk> fk> _______________________________________________ fk> fk> [hidden email] mailing list fk> fk> http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questionsfk> fk> To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[hidden email]" fk> _______________________________________________ fk> [hidden email] mailing list fk> http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questionsfk> To fk> fk> #od -x sb0 fk> fk> 0000000 d440 10fa 9b10 09e1 9524 7b55 f334 153f fk> fk> 0000020 f190

sympton, Aug 21, 2011 #11 Durkatlon FreeNAS Experienced Joined: Aug 19, 2011 Messages: 330 Thanks Received: 6 Trophy Points: 21 Location: San Diego, CA Going from 8.0-RELEASE to 8.0-RC5 is actually Durkatlon, Aug 22, 2011 #12 sympton Newbie Joined: Aug 1, 2011 Messages: 23 Thanks Received: 0 Trophy Points: 4 I will do that. Note that RC stands for "Release Candidate". I've seen this same question asked a lot here lately, try to search some more and add your post to an existing one, you'll have a much better chance at getting

I spent a few hours on the net with only generic solutions where fsck was able to use another superblock and repair the drive. I need to look up the syntax for mount UFS on Ubuntu, I think it's different than you have. Do I have any practical ways to back up the data without mounting it, given that I could not fix the superblock? -- FK. No, create an account now.

If fsck still cannot repair the file system, you can try to use the fsdb, ff, clri, and ncheck commands to figure out and fix what is wrong. Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2006 22:49:59 +0900 Message-ID: <[hidden email]> fk> Dear all, fk> fk> Still I can not solove the problem. ProtoSD, Aug 24, 2011 #18 sympton Newbie Joined: Aug 1, 2011 Messages: 23 Thanks Received: 0 Trophy Points: 4 Well, it didnt work :/ Code:[email protected]:/home/tontze# mount -r -t ufs -o ufstype=44bsd