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Re: Mount: Structure needs cleaning

To: Emmanuel Florac <eflorac@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Mount: Structure needs cleaning
From: Tom Mason <tom_mason@xxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2014 11:40:33 +0100
Cc: Dave Chinner <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Brian Foster <bfoster@xxxxxxxxxx>, "xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx" <xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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> On 13 Oct 2014, at 11:19, Emmanuel Florac <eflorac@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Le Mon, 13 Oct 2014 11:05:49 +0100
> Tom Mason <tom_mason@xxxxxx> Ãcrivait:
>>> Which means the filesystem tried to read the offset at 62GB and the
>>> underlying device failed it with EIO. That's not an XFS failure.
>>> What error is there in dmesg when you run that xfs_repair command?  
>> What's EIO?
>> 'Error in dmesg' How would I report this info to you?
> "Input/Output Error" . Run the "dmesg" command immediately after
> this error, and see what it reports last (end of command output).
>>> This asks you to post the contents of /proc/partitions, which is
>>> what the kernel thinks are the partition sizes.  
>> How do I do this?
> cat /proc/partitions
>>>> Yes it's a NAS drive and so I assume had some kind of proprietary
>>>> OS on the other partitions (this is where i might have messed up
>>>> by deleting?!) I'm pretty sure that the drive in bold below (sdc2)
>>>> is the one I'm after which is xfs...  
>>> Ummm, exactly what are you trying to do with this drive/filesystem?
>>> What device did the drive come from in the first place?  
>> It's a lacie 'Neil poulton' network space1 1tb NAS drive (see first
>> paragraph of post) - it recently stopped working and was stuck in a
>> 'spin cycle' - it contains my music and video backups. I'm trying to
>> recover the files...
> Most probably disk is badly damaged, dead or dying. It's advisable to
> try to create an image of the disk on another one, and work for this
> image, because this disk will probably die any time now. It's no use
> trying to repair a filesystem on a bad drive, which is the cause of the
> errors from the beginning. 
> If all you care is to get your files back, just try to mount the volume
> in read-only, non-recovery mode :
> mount -o ro,norecovery /dev/sdc2 /tmp/mount
> Then proceed by copying whatever you can get. Consider that any file
> that gives an error is lost.
> The other option is Kroll Ontrack or similar services, of course.
> Emmanuel Florac     

Thanks everyone - I'm away from the device at the moment so will report back 
when I get home, in about 8 hours or so..
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