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Old 04-05-2011, 08:32 AM   #1
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Data corrupted on xfs raid 5 ex iomega storcenter pro ix4-200r

Hello all,
i'm trying to restore data from a raid 5 array removed from a faulty storcenter pro ix4-r200 (probably corrupted data into array raid).
I'm on a linux machine with a live linux distro (FC14) and the four raid disks connected, and i can see the two md into the raid. the md126 is the linux system (raid1), the md127 is the data partition (raid5).
With cat /proc/mdstat i can see the status of the md's and the md127 is ok: UUUU 4/4 ok but when i try to mount the device i got an error: "no mount object for mounted volume".
If i try to mount other md126, this is ok and i can browse contained folders.

With xfs_check both mds return a "bad super block magic number 0, giving up." and with xfs_repair -n both mds return that no secondary superblock found.

Nobody as never seen this problem? I have a way out?

Many thanks!!


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