Partition Raid1

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Partition Raid1

#1 Post by nsgroup » 02 Dec 2013, 15:44

I have cancelled the partitions in the external disk scasi easton nas 8bay in raid1 and with testdisk I am trying the recovery, with the deepened search he/she sees how under:
I premise that the partition is in ext4 the name Raid1 the two disks they are from 1tb
Disk / dev/cciss/c1d0 - 999 GBs / 931 GiBs - chs 239337 255 32
Analise cylinder 156865/239336: 65%
Linux 15030 245 31 15070 29 30 319488
Linux 15030 245 31 15070 29 30 319488
Linux 15030 245 31 15070 29 30 319488
check_FAT: Unusual number of reserved sectors 4 (FAT), should be 1.
Warning: Incorrect number of heads/cylider 64 (FAT) != 255 (HD)
FAT 16 LBAs 15102 62 1 15118 81 32 131200
check_FAT: Unusual number of reserved sectors 4 (FAT), should be 1.
Warning: Incorrect number of heads/cylider 64 (FAT) != 255 (HD)
FAT16 LBA 15120 80 1 15136 99 32 131200
Linux 119295 191 1 358631 102 32 1952978944 [Raid1]
Linux 119296 0 1 358631 166 32 1952978944 [Raid1]
Linux 119297 129 1 358633 40 32 1952978944 [Raid1]
Linux 119299 1 1 358634 167 32 1952978944 [Raid1]
Linux 119310 14 1 358645 180 32 1952978944 [Raid1]




What do I have to do which the correct partition is (in the disks it was an alone present of it) when testdisk is at the end thing I have to do?

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Re: Partition Raid1

#2 Post by Fiona » 02 Dec 2013, 16:44

Would it be possible to repeat your diagnose an copy paste the whole content of your testdisk.log?
Required are Analyse, Quick and if your partition is not found, deeper search also.
If any partition is found, please check it and press p to have a try to list your files.
Only if I've your complete diagnose, I can compare your partition table and the partition testdisk found.

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Re: Partition Raid1

#3 Post by nsgroup » 02 Dec 2013, 17:15

thanks to have answered me, are rather desperate!!!
this is the video.
I am not a lot of expert you could help me?

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Re: Partition Raid1

#4 Post by nsgroup » 03 Dec 2013, 08:22

After having ended this it is the result.
Which is the good partition? what do I have to do now?

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Re: Partition Raid1

#5 Post by nsgroup » 03 Dec 2013, 16:40

don't I have idea what to do which I confirm? I premise that they are only data and it is not a partition of start

Thanks of Your help I am in attended

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Re: Partition Raid1

#6 Post by nsgroup » 04 Dec 2013, 08:29

I help help help I have left the thing still suspended as screened above

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Re: Partition Raid1

#7 Post by Fiona » 04 Dec 2013, 08:44

Your screen shots only provide information during the scan and which partitions are not revoverable, because they end after disk limit.
TestDisk creates a log file in your testdisk folder.
It contains all data during your diagnose!
Would it be possible to open it and copy and paste the content into your next post?

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Re: Partition Raid1

#8 Post by nsgroup » 04 Dec 2013, 17:44

I first of all thank you for your answer.
I have unbuntu 12.04 server I have not understood where to find testdisk.log I have obviously launched the root application

if you make me a guide footstep footstep I repeat afresh all even if it takes one day around

to see the scan partition I have to make

server@root: testdisk / dev/cciss/c1d0

is not visible being in an unity scasi

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Re: Partition Raid1

#9 Post by nsgroup » 05 Dec 2013, 09:31

the beautiful one is that gparted obviously sees the unity without partition
testdisk doesn't see only with testdisk / dev/cciss/c1d0
Can I give you my id of teamviewer (in private)?

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Re: Partition Raid1

#10 Post by Fiona » 06 Dec 2013, 09:40

TestDisk creates a log file automatically.
Except you're using a LiveCD because of read only and if you disable creating logfile in testdisk.
You'll find it in your testdisk folder and it's called testdisk.log.
Just open it, using a word processor or any word pad (I recommend it, because an editor doesn't format text and layout could be messy) and copy and paste the content of your testdisk.log into your next post.

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