A few days ago I accidentally turned my NAS off at the mains while it was up and running, though to the best of my knowledge it wasn’t in the middle of disk activity. Realising my mistake, I immediately switched it back on (ie. within several seconds of switching it off). However, I now have the following error, and none of my data or the volumes they were on is available over the network:
Advanced Mode > Storage tab > Volume Status:
DataVolume - Span - unknown - unknown - Failed
Advanced Mode > Storage tab > Disk Management:
HDD 1 - DataVolume - 931.51 - GBWDC WD10EARS-00M - Good
The NAS still broadcasts its presence on the LAN, and I can log in to the settings manager without issue.
Fortunately, there was nothing there that isn’t backed up at least once elsewhere, but the question still remains - how best to proceed now? I’d like to make sure the HDD is still suitable for future use, so if there are any built-in diagnostic tests I can run, that’d be great. Once that’s confirmed, how do I go about beginning from scratch?
Thanks for your time.