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Part of the RAID partition is occupied by the system. - prashant - 04-21-2017

Hi,

I am using N5200XXX with 3 TB disks in RAID 5 configuration. Two days back disk no. 5 failed and RAID was degraded so I replaced the disk and RAID started building. But after more then 50% rebuilding power failed and RAID on my NAS crashed. Now I don't see any RAID partition and in RAID management console error message shows (Part of the RAID partition is occupied by the system.) I have around 8 TB data which I can't afford to loose. 

Is there any solution to rebuild the RAID without loosing the data. I searched on forum but couldn't get any satisfactory solution.

Is there any onsite support available in Delhi, India?

Please advice.

Thanks


RE: Part of the RAID partition is occupied by the system. - prashant - 04-24-2017

Dear Thecus Support,

Please provide the solution to rebuild RAID5 which was crashed.
I am waiting to hear from your side.


RE: Part of the RAID partition is occupied by the system. - Thecus - Yvon - 04-27-2017

Dear Sir,

Forum for user exchange experience mainly, if you need tech support staff talk to you directly, please visit http://esupport.thecus.com, and also enclose rich FAQ for you too.