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My Nas Fastora T4

Will not boot up correctly, it hangs on "Checking System Quota" and never passes that stage ? Any advice would be greatly appreciated Azlegs

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There's a 9-pin serial connection on the back, can you use that connection to a terminal to see anything? Also, if you don't have access to the manual, visit this link to download the manuals: http://www.fastora.com/product_index.php?doc_name=nas-t4

Posted on Mar 26, 2007

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I had the same problem after changing the disk setup from RAID-0 to RAID-5.

If you remove some of the harddisks (keep at least one) before booting, the system comes up again and is reachable for config changes.

I also had problems then with LAN1 card (did not get a ip address from DHCP anymore, only 0.0.0.0).
So I connected the Fastora NAS to LAN2. I was very surprised that the fastora filer tool did find the Fastora NAS connected with LAN2 configured to a wrong fixed IP-address that wouldn't work in my network. Fastora filer was able to remote change the IP-Settings for LAN2 card and now all works fine!

Hope this helps any other Fastora NAS user.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

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