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by spa
07 Apr 2024, 08:02
Forum: Storage
Topic: all files are 0 byte
Replies: 2
Views: 711
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Re: all files are 0 byte

Hi, I'm not sure whether you fixed your problem or not, but I found a solution for my specific situation that, by the saying of it, sounds very similar to yours. If you can wire in an external USB drive or if you have some free space somewhere else, maybe it could work for you as well... Good luck. ...
by spa
06 Apr 2024, 02:27
Forum: TFSS
Topic: Zero byte files after restoring file system snapshot
Replies: 4
Views: 428
Australia

Re: Zero byte files after restoring file system snapshot

An update for anyone who may face the same issue. I wasn't able to restore previous snapshots, nor I was able to hot swap the disks with some new disks with more capacity. Apparently some disks got corrupted (I guess after I tried to hot swap the first one as the one I swapped is the only one not co...
by spa
26 Feb 2024, 05:04
Forum: TFSS
Topic: Zero byte files after restoring file system snapshot
Replies: 4
Views: 428
Australia

Re: Zero byte files after restoring file system snapshot

I tried to modify a 0B file and it doesn't store anything, which should enforce your theory of the read-only OS. I followed the link provided. The info prompted by dmesg doesn't show any corruption of btrfs [ 59.454625] BTRFS: device label TOS_VOL_******** devid 1 transid 1086645 /dev/mapper/vg0-lv0...
by spa
24 Feb 2024, 06:45
Forum: TFSS
Topic: Zero byte files after restoring file system snapshot
Replies: 4
Views: 428
Australia

Re: Zero byte files after restoring file system snapshot

Forgot to add TOS details if needed.
It's on version 5.1.103
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by spa
23 Feb 2024, 12:26
Forum: TFSS
Topic: Zero byte files after restoring file system snapshot
Replies: 4
Views: 428
Australia

Zero byte files after restoring file system snapshot

Hi, I have an F4-423 with 4 HDDs (2TB each - TRAID), 2 nvmes (512GB each - RAID 1) and 32GB of RAM. I was trying to recover some files that I accidentally deleted permanently and I decided to restore a snapshot of the file system. The Volume I was trying to restore was full with only 64KB free. It t...

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