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SS4000-E Folder Access Problem.

idata
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i have a ss4000-e model storage. There are 1 piece on the disc storage unit 1 tb. This disk is full. I put on the second disc storage unit and saw it. I put the third disc, but he stopped to access the folder.

ss4000-e Firmware(now): 1.3b524

before: 1.0

1.hdd: 1 tb (very important in the data.)

2.hdd: 1 tb

3.hdd: 1 tb

Raid Structure: Linear

I can see the shared folders, but I can not enter into.

screen shots below;

http://www.piramit.com.tr/documents/ss4000/1.jpg http://www.piramit.com.tr/documents/ss4000/1.jpg

http://www.piramit.com.tr/documents/ss4000/2.jpg http://www.piramit.com.tr/documents/ss4000/2.jpg

http://www.piramit.com.tr/documents/ss4000/3.jpg http://www.piramit.com.tr/documents/ss4000/3.jpg

http://www.piramit.com.tr/documents/ss4000/4.jpg http://www.piramit.com.tr/documents/ss4000/4.jpg

Please help me fix this issue?

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i can connect to ss4000-e via ssh, but i can't access my data.

fdisk -l command's out from ss4000-e ssh console;

# fdisk -l

Disk /dev/sda: 16 heads, 63 sectors, 1938021 cylinders 

Units = cylinders of 1008 * 512 bytes

Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System 

/dev/sda1 1 261 131543+ 83 Linux

 

/dev/sda2 262 522 131544 82 Linux swap

 

/dev/sda3 523 1938022 976499496+ 89 Unknown

Disk /dev/sdb: 16 heads, 63 sectors, 1938021 cylinders 

Units = cylinders of 1008 * 512 bytes

Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System 

/dev/sdb1 1 261 131543+ 83 Linux

 

/dev/sdb2 262 522 131544 82 Linux swap

 

/dev/sdb3 523 1938022 976499496+ 89 Unknown

Disk /dev/sdc: 16 heads, 63 sectors, 1938021 cylinders 

Units = cylinders of 1008 * 512 bytes

Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System 

/dev/sdc1 * 1 1926079 970743658+ 83 Linux

 

Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary:

 

phys=(1023, 254, 63) should be (1023, 15, 63)

 

/dev/sdc2 1926079 1938016 6016342+ 5 Extended

 

Partition 2 does not end on cylinder boundary:

 

phys=(1023, 254, 63) should be (1023, 15, 63)

 

/dev/sdc5 1926079 1938016 6016311 82 Linux swap

My data place on /dev/sda3 partition. This partition unknown case, How can I repair /dev/sda3

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Daniel_O_Intel
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Unfortunately your pictures are not displaying.

When you added the new hard drives, did you do a Scan as mentioned in the User Guide at http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/ss4000-e/sb/CS-022215.htm http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/ss4000-e/sb/CS-022215.htm ?

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idata
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I have read most of the guides on this subject, but unfortunately I could not find a solution.

The most recent case;

Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System

 

/dev/sda1 1 261 131543+ 83 Linux

 

/dev/sda2 262 522 131544 82 Linux swap

 

/dev/sda3 523 1938022 976499496+ 89 Unknown

Partition sda3 is my files, now seems to be unknown. System which has corrupted xfs partition. Necessary to repair or rescue the files in this section. How I can make it?

Daniel_O_Intel
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If you didn't follow the steps on insertion, I would remove the third HD immediately, and see if you can get your original data back.

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idata
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I bought a data recovery software. I get data on the HDD with recovery software.

I hate the SS4000...

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idata
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I have meet the same problem.

please help me

what software you used for recover your data ?

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idata
Employee
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same problem (and no more shared folder "public" listed ...)

Any help ???

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idata
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You can try to use Yesterdata Data Recovery trial version.

download site: http://www.yesterdata.net/ http://www.yesterdata.net/

the software has 6 data recovery modules, i think the HDD Partitions Lost suits your need. Just make a free scan.

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