Data-Medics wrote:I believe you can edit qnap RAID configurations just using mdadm in LInux. Or there's the easier method to just backup the data somewhere, reconstruct the RAID, and copy the data back.
Well as I said when starting the thread I have the copy option but they are quite time consuming(3-4 days) and vulnerably if the electricity goes..
I tried to wipe out the data of one of the disks and put it back hoping the "dear" QNAP should rebuild it but the clean disk cant be seen in the WEB-intterface.
But if I use putty with "fdisk -lu" its visible/present.
So if someone with good knowledge of which files to change and what to change to and maybe which files to add if there are any lost files.
I have a "lightweighted" Linux knowledge and not the nerves to take big risks when I am working inside the system files.
So a step by step instruction with instructions what to do, in which order and preferably why(an explanation how the files are connected and which processes they influence) should make me a happy person.