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So i had a harddrive fail today. I stuck in a new harddrive and let it rebuild. Now i cant see anything of the files anymore that i had shared threw the network and the media folders at all!!! However if i go to the unraid gui and go to all of the disk all the files are still there im at a loss of what to do

 

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ok there is a wholllleeeeee lot of corruption now.. it says it will tell me recommended things to do after but i dont see that?

 

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so i think i ran the repair but doesnt look like anything changed if i run the check again it says all the same stuff with the corruption :/

 

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bad hash table for directory inode 52670664 (no data entry): rebuilding rebuilding directory inode 52670664 xfs_repair: phase6.c:1376: longform_dir2_rebuild: Assertion `done' failed.

 

 

doesnt do anything after that :/

 

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sorry freaking out a bit here worried i just lost everything :/

 

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yea i have done the command like that didnt change anything i ran a -n after and its all still there

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That looks like the xfs bug that comes with v6.6.6, update to v6.7-rc and xfs_repair should work.

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I let this run for several hours on the repair and this is were it just stays at now     302535433_notrepairing.thumb.png.ff33dba2c0bae2e94626c18411ecceeb.png

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