NSS4000. Two disks in RAID1 config. Shome shares created inside de RAID.
The RAID got degraded yesterday (drive failure) and I've rebuild the RAID using the web interface (edit the raid, add the failed disk to the raid). After that the shares are gone. Any chance to recover the lost data?
I didn't replace the disk. After the drive failure reported in the log the RAID1 was running in degraded mode, but the "faulty" disk (not faulty really) was reported as online. I went to RAID management, pushed the edit button and added the disk. The RAID began resyncing and I went away.
I dont know if it's related to, but the next time i accessed the NAS the shares were not there.
Did you backup your NSS configuration before the rebuild? The instructions for this can be found on page 142 of the Admin Guide. If so you should be able to restore your previous configuration from that.
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