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yonatan
08-11-2010, 16:01
Quote Originally Posted by w00t
Thanks for the advice..

what i did was rebooted the server into the kernel net boot, mounted the 2 drives again and transferd the files i needed to the hd, all seems ok now. i shall reformat and remount the 2 drives
if you reformat them , use ext3 filesystem not FAT.

w00t
08-11-2010, 15:50
Thanks for the advice..

what i did was rebooted the server into the kernel net boot, mounted the 2 drives again and transferd the files i needed to the hd, all seems ok now. i shall reformat and remount the 2 drives

yonatan
08-11-2010, 14:00
this means you need to make sure you have vfat support compiled into your current kernel, and when you mount the disk , add the vfat switch to the mount command, as file system type is not Linux.

w00t
08-11-2010, 09:18
W95 fat32 (lba)
w95 fat32

yonatan
08-11-2010, 00:08
Quote Originally Posted by w00t
all i have for both is

drwxr-xr-x 7 root root 16384 Jan 1 1970 .
drwxr-xr-x 24 root root 4096 Nov 6 10:43 ..

:S

when i was in the netboot kernel. everything showed, since im now in HD boot, they wont
what file system type are you using there?

w00t
08-11-2010, 00:07
all i have for both is

drwxr-xr-x 7 root root 16384 Jan 1 1970 .
drwxr-xr-x 24 root root 4096 Nov 6 10:43 ..

:S

when i was in the netboot kernel. everything showed, since im now in HD boot, they wont

yonatan
08-11-2010, 00:00
files could be hidden...
ll will not show hidden files, so try with ls -la maybe?

also , if its mounted properly it should contain a lost+found directory ..oddly its not showing that.

what file system type are you using there?

w00t
07-11-2010, 23:26
Hi

ive recently add a USB drive to my server. but there is no files showing in it. even tho i know there is files for example


[root@i 3]# ll
total 0
[root@i 3]# cd /2
[root@i 2]# ll
total 0
[root@i 2]#


yet when i try df -h

Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/md1 49G 8.3G 38G 18% /
/dev/md3 1.3T 38G 1.2T 4% /home
/dev/sdc1 596G 405G 192G 68% /2
/dev/sdd1 15G 16K 15G 1% /3

any ideas??