> On 14 Oct 2014, at 17:38, Emmanuel Florac <eflorac@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Le Tue, 14 Oct 2014 16:46:39 +0100
> Tom Mason <tom_mason@xxxxxx> Ãcrivait:
>>> To copy the disk on another one, you can use ddrescue or dd with
>>> "noerror" option.
>> Thanks again!
>> Can I create an image on a new NAS drive such as a seagate 3tb
>> 'Central network attached storage NAS' STCG3000200 without
>> interfering with its capabilities as a NAS drive?
> Yes of course, simply make a file image on the shared volume :
> dd if=/dev/sdb2 noerror of=/mountpoint/mynas/disk1TB.img
> Then you can run xfs_repair on the image file:
> xfs_repair -f /mountpoint/mynas/disk1TB.img
> Or run photorec on it
> photorec /mountpoint/mynas/disk1TB.img
I have a new NAS Drive connected to my network, 3tb. How would I find this
through my ubuntu livecd so that I can put an image of the broken disk on it?
It shows up in nautilus with several server icons (three grey boxes stacked on
top of one another)
-Seagate Central shared storage (Seagate-41DA35)
-SFTP file transfer on Seagate-41DA35