Re: Disk failure, XFS shutting down, trying to recover as much as possible
El Thursday 11 June 2015, Ric Moore escribió:
> On 06/11/2015 03:32 AM, Alejandro Exojo wrote:
> Or should I create an image as a
> > file stored somewhere else?
> Just for grins, unplug the connector(s) from the drive AND at the
> motherboard, both. Plug it all back in again. That has worked for me
> more than once, and I replaced those cables after. Ric
I've been trying pretty much that!
The disk was in a slot within the case with a certain "box" and a connector
that adapted power and data. I changed it's position in the box, now the cable
less twisted, and I've been able to start recovering data. At one point it
printed some errors in the log:
That said, I still don't understand at all wether the disk can be considered
problematic or not. The smartctl output is quite incomprehensible to me. :-/
This is the whole smartctl output:
Can I understand the following line as that the disk might be fine?
SMART overall-health self-assessment test result: PASSED
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