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Storage / Re: Blinking red light on LS220D
« Last post by 1000001101000 on Today at 05:16:44 pm »
Heres a post about starting over from blank drives:
Storage / Re: Blinking red light on LS220D
« Last post by zlate on Today at 04:55:05 pm »
Thanks, one disk was probably broken since i was not able do mount that one. The other disk i was able to mount, it actually got automounted to a "md" point and was able to access the files from there.

I bought a new NAS and copied the files from the mounted disk.  Not sure if the old Nas is going to be useful, maybe i can make a hard reset on it or something.
I am not sure I understand.  Do I type these commands from the command line?  My apologies but, I need a little further direction. 

mkdir /mnt/daten

mdadm --assemble --run /dev/md1 /dev/sdb6

mount /dev/md1 /mnt/daten

ls -l /mnt/daten

Thank you for jump starting my brain.  The nasnavigator did not work but turning the unit off for a 2-3 minutes and then back on did.  I'm guessing that it needed to go through it's, properly, shut down and restart process.. Thanks.   
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Ok, I must be an idiot because I haven't found this answer and I'm sure is blindingly obvious to the most casual observer.

What does the color on the Navigator 2 Raid status indicate?  Is it percent of space used?  Is there an error (no error indications on the drives themselves)?

I'm talking about the lower section of Navigator 2 window, when I select my TerastationII (TS-XEL/R5 Series) above, the status below indicates Drive (Raid 1) 1034.2 GM/1847.6 GM (56.0%) and it's YELLOW.

Below that is Drive 1439.3 GB/1847.6 GB (77.9%) and it's green.  This is a single drive I use for backups.

When selecting my older TeraStation (TS-TGL/R5 Series), the status below indicates Drive (Raid 5) is 577.4GB/696.5 GB (82.9%) and it's more orange than yellow.

If it's percentage used, then why is the single drive with 77.9% used green, not yellow?

Thanks for any help.  I'd post a picture but I'm clueless on how that is done.
Storage / Re: LS-WXL need TFTP boot program, please help.
« Last post by phylliscross on December 06, 2019, 01:07:48 am »
Thanks for your help and suggestion.
If you'd prefer you can install Debian Linux on the LS210 instead of the stock firmware. From there you can install any applications/features that you like.

Installation files and instructions can be found here:
Storage / software included in LinkStation 210 is so bad. Please give us options!!!
« Last post by justinthrow on December 05, 2019, 09:36:54 am »
I purchased a Buffalo LinkStation™ 210 3 TB NAS Personal Cloud Storage and Media Server (LS210D0301) a few years ago and decided to take it out of my closet to give it another whirl just to be reminded of how restricting the software is and how unusable it is to function as a NAS.

PLEASE give us the option to remove the proprietary software - or at least provide functional software!
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