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PostPosted: Tue Dec 23, 2014 1:28 pm 
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Hi,

I've been using my LS-WVL as Raid1, until I dismounted Disk 1 due to - which I suspect - defective HDD.
It is working fine even when it only uses Disk 2, only that Nasnavigator keeps on popping error prompts which I ignored.

After sometime, the response (Filezilla access, or Web interface access) become so slow to a point it is an exercise of patience.

So I tried Shonk's 1.68 mod FW that time - well I've been using Shonk's FW at that time when I attempted to update Twonky,
but no luck - and it became worst: I can no longer access my folders.

Specifically Filezilla, it says "Failed to retrieve directoy listing" when I expand array1 folder. Or unable to access
the folders using Windows Explorer, or from Nasnavigator Open button, or from "Go to Server" option of Finder.

However, I can see all my folders while logging in at the Web Interface, and even can configure my box there.

Tried stock FW and still unable to access.
Now, I saw Shonk's 1.69 and tried, but still no access.

But I notice now that web interface's response is back to normal.

I'm not sure here (not a linux/unix user), but maybe my folders' paths somehow became "mis-lnked" from array1 folder.
I can log-in to my box under telnet, and I can cd to root and ls-al to show the folders.

May I please ask somebody here for help on how can I can find my folders in telnet console and what commands to
execute to link them back to array1?

Appreciate your help. Thanks.

rdvb


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