On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 01:43:28AM -0700, tommason wrote:
> First up - my knowledge of linux is pretty sparse - I've used it a few times
> before, so please be gentle!
> I've had a neil poulton network space for some time now - it freaked out a
> while ago and I managed to rig it up to a Ubuntu liveCD via a SATA dock and
> rescue the files.
> This has now happened again - the drive would not get out of a cycle and was
> not spinning properly. Bring out the dock and liveCD (this time Knoppix).
> All good. This time however as I eagerly copied files to another drive (a
> USB powered lacie rugged thing) and left it overnight i woke up to an error.
> I was copying around 500GB in a few diffferent chunks. The first error it
> reported was I think error 15? mount structure needs cleaning...
Logs? Kernel version? etc.
> I then tried with a Ubuntu liveCD - same error. This is maybe where I made a
> bit of an error of my own. In an attempt to shake it out of it's stupor I
> 'stupidly' plugged it into windows and opened up the disk utility (sorry I'm
> generally mac based) and deleted in total 5 partitions (3x8mb, 1x250odd mb &
> 1x600mbish partition) This left the partition that I assumed contained all
> my files: a 920GB partition. Tried to look at it again on Linux & (both
> Knoppix & Ubuntu) and the error message had changed slightly. It now reads:
> "Error mounting /dev/sdc2 at
> /media/ubuntu/e8b90eb2-8718-4964-939d-8a2b899b68bd: Command-line `mount -t
> "xfs" -o "uhelper=udisks2,nodev,nosuid" "/dev/sdc2"
> "/media/ubuntu/e8b90eb2-8718-4964-939d-8a2b899b68bd"' exited with non-zero
> exit status 32: mount: Structure needs cleaning"
To be clear, you've deleted partitions other than the partition of
interest? I suppose that shouldn't effect things either way, but I'm not
really sure what the disk utility might do. It might be worth checking
whether 'file -s <device>' still identifies the partition as an XFS
Beyond that, I'd suggest to capture and post the logs of the failed
mount and perhaps the output of 'xfs_repair -n <dev>.' This will attempt
a dry-run (e.g., no modifications) check and repair of the filesystem.
> This drive has all my audio and video stored on it! Any help to move me
> toward a solution would be much appreciated!
> Thanks for your time...
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