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 Post subject: Power Outage?
PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 8:23 pm 
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Hi All,

I tested NAS-SMB and it's very nice. I currently run on a 40 GB HDD PC with 256MB RAM.
Then I tested more, and suddenly there was power outage because of a storm nearby.

When the PC rebooted it stopped at "Disk-1 Found partition". (CTRL-C gave login prompt, but login resulten some permission denied error) I found on the forum that this may be a floppy error. Anyway I was not able to fix that.

Then I erased the HDD, to put up Linux onto that. And had a thought, put in the NAS floppy, and it was running again. (so it was NOT floppy error)

So I configured my HDD to Disk-1 again. It was OK. Copied some files Still OK.

Then I pressed out the power button :twisted: (after the copy was over, no operations running). After reboot:
NAS_DISK-1 Unexpected inconsistency; run fsck manually.
(Run what? and how? :-))

This was repeated again and then the last message "Disk-1 Filesystem is not mountable". :-(

I know I should invest into a UPS or not store important stuff on that NAS, but is this filesystem really that vulnerable? 2 lost HDDs out of 2 tries.
:?: Hope it could be avoided somehow.

Regs,

kPPPd


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