I have an NV+ readynas that isn't making it out of boot.
I wonder as one possiblity if the data is formatted such that I can mount the disks on a regular standalone linux system and recover the data. Is the file system something that will allow me to have access with linux?
I don't have any way to figure this out, since the drives are all good according to the smart diagnostics. Readynas should hve no problem reading them, but isn't making it thru the "quota" message on the boot lcd.
Never does anything but ping, no raidar access.
I'd like to mount and copy the data before I figure out what the problem is with the NV hardware. Data is more important than the nv hardware obviously.
I hope it isn't some horrible proprietary thing, but who knows. I haven't tried to attack this yet, still studying my options.
thanks for any replies.
I have another question already open with netgear this is a separate topic and thread.