Ian Lord wrote: > Hi, > > We had a power lost even though we have ups and generators (still > investigating it) and when the machine rebooted one of the disk seems to be > failed : > > The system complains about fsck repaired failed and that I must run it > manually. It then boots in single user mode. > > I entered gvinum and pressed “l” to see the status of the drive and I get > this: > My volume is UP > My plex is shown as degraded > I have 3 of the 4 subdisks shown as UP the 4th is shown as down. > > Running “gvinum /dev/gvinum/RAID5” which is the name of my volume gets me > this error: > ** /dev/gvinum/RAID5 > Cannot find file system superblock > Ioctl (GCINFO): Inapropriate ioctl for device > fsck_ufs: /dev/gvinum/RAID5: can’t read disk label > > I tried “bsdlabel gvinum/RAID5” it tells me there is no valid label found > > Does anyone knows what I can try to try to put back system online (at least, > so I can restore a backup on the disk)
I'm trying to find my vinum notes, but can't as of yet... What does a: # fsck -y /dev/gvinum/RAID5 ...yield...anything? Steve _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"