Re: QNAP TS-110: how to replace HDD?
What's the output on the serial console? I probably won't be any better than you interpreting it, but perhaps someone else will.
On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 17:45, Hardy Griech <email@example.com>
Forgot to mention in my procedure that I modified the UUIDs with tune2fs to reflect the old state.
On 20.04.2011 10:27, Björn Wetterbom wrote:
You are correct, if you update UUIDs in /etc/fstab, a ' update-initramfs
-u ' is required. What you can do is change the UUIDs on the new disk so
that they are identical to those of the old disk. Use tune2fs for
ext2/3/4 partitions and mkswap for swap partition. I did this on my
TS-119 a while back.
Nevertheless the system did not start.
Perhaps an important 'detail': the new HDD had 2TB, while the old one had 1TB. What I meant with layout did not include the size, only that sda1 was boot for both, sda2 root and sda6 home.
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