On Monday 23 February 2009, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> > |<IPStorPartition|
> > | version="3.0" s|
> > |ize="595" owner=|
> > |"NACS-SW-DIST" c|
> > |hecksum="" signa|
> > |ture="IpStOrDyNa|
> > |MiCdIsK" dataSta|
> > |rtAtSectorNo="16|
> .... knowing the offsets of these might be helpful. But perhaps
> you are simply not trying to mount the thing which actually has xfs
> on it.
> I don't know what IPStore is. Perhaps your volume is encrypted?
> Dunno... at any rate, doesn't seem at first glance like it's an xfs
> problem, I'm afraid.
> > |firstSector="222|
> > |72" lastSector="|
> > |2928740095" owne|
> I might look at sector 22272 (about 10MB in) and see if that looks
> like xfs :)
Good guess! :
At 00AE0000 (11.4MB in) there's "XFSB" altho I can't make out much of
the surrounding bytes...
Is there a way to do anything with this info? Can it be dd'ed out to
use to get the thing mounted?
> Or maybe just put it back in the NAS box, now, assembled the same
This is just about my last gasp - I'll rec that they try this if
nothing else comes to mind..
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