I just bought a 669pro. Installed 3 3TB disks. Two of them I configured as RAID 0(Don't know what I was thinking) Striping volume (6 TB). I copied 3 TB of data to the disks, no problems. It was working fine. Then (probably due to my own fault, I was fooling around with LFTP, I think It was downloading something of my PVR via FTP, whereto I'm not sure), The 669 was giving this fault message by mail, but was still functioning normally:
Server Name: QNAP669 IP Address: 192.168.2.20 Date/Time: 2013/01/13 17:05:51 Level: Error The system is unable to save your settings (file = [/etc/storage.conf], section = [VOLUME 1], field = [status], value = [-6]) due to insufficient ramdisk space. If restarting the server does not solve the problem please contact support for further assistance.
So I restarted the NAS and all of a sudden it had lost all it's setting and was asking to be formatted again. I Didn't do that of course, I turned it off and removed the first disk and inserted another one. It now still sees the raid 0 striping volume but it is unmounted.
I did not save the settings before
Can this problem be fixed???
Can the raid be restored or are all the data lost, I don't have a backup of these data
Is it possible to mount the striping volume? (the Qnap still sees it and recognizes it as striping volume)