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Re: How to Install D-Link DNS-323 on LinuxMCE-810
« Reply #15 on: August 13, 2009, 05:07:53 pm »
FYI,

I did not have problems updating to alpha 2.28 (no passwords) my data was there.

So to see waht was maybe going on...

I deleted my NAS and cleared out pluto_main references.

Shut everyone down.  Rebooted, waited for LMCE to load, powered up NAS.

My DNS-323 is not being auto-discovered!!!

I will try different scenarios to see if it comes alive.

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Re: How to Install D-Link DNS-323 on LinuxMCE-810
« Reply #16 on: August 13, 2009, 06:58:52 pm »
I double checked the device tree no NAS and no Windows Share-Volume_1 or Volume_2.

When I checked Files & Media|Media Files Sync and I click on videos in left window Files on Disk showed
   Checked Windows Share-Volume_1 [51]
   Checked Windows Share-Volume_2 [50]

From a console the  /mnt directory did not have a device directory created.

I went back to webadmin and selected "Delete all missing files from database".

Got a response of...

Here

/home/public/data/videos
0
RemoveFile:650: /home/public/data/videos/Windows Share-Volume_1 [51]
RemoveFile:788: /home/public/data/videos/Windows Share-Volume_1 [50]
RemoveFile:786: /home/public/data/videos/Windows Share-Volume_2 [50]/Watchmen
RemoveFile:787: /home/public/data/videos/Windows Share-Volume_2 [50]/Caroline
RemoveFile:844: /home/public/data/videos/Windows Share-Volume_2 [50]/Inkheart
RemoveFile:1227: /home/public/data/videos/Windows Share-Volume_2 [50]/Underworld Rise of the Lycans

This changed "Files on disk" from checked - existing both on disk and in database to Exist only on disk.

I shutdown the NAS and rebooted Core.

I went back into webadmin and share volumes were still listed under Files & Media|Media Files Sync.

I powered up NAS.  No discovery.

I powered down NAS. 

Via console I went to /home/public/data directory and deleted the Windows Share-Volumes from videos/pvr/pictures/documents/audio

Rebooted Core.

Orbiter Generation Start
Orbiter generation Done
...nothing

Checked F8 - Starting DCERouter - waited 30 minutes - nothing - Shutdown (not reboot).

Came back up.  Checked /home/public/data/videos - no files

Webadmin - Checked Files & Media|Media Files Sync and "Files on disk" showed nothing.

Powered up NAS. Nothing.

tried /usr/pluto/bin/StorageDevices_StatusRadar.sh background waited five minutes but got no response.

I powered down NAS and powered it up with StatusRader.sh still running and no response.  Tried another port/hot - no response.

Rebooted NAS in new port - no response.  Powered down Core.

Switched NAS to Fedora box.  No problem seeing system and data.

I booted up the Core with the NAS powered up.  Normally this causes cifs errors on start up.  This time I got nothing.

I executed StausRadar.sh and got nothing.  Ths DND-323 has an inactivity timer default=10 minutes.  If nothing tries to access - hibernation.  Mine hibernates.

Looks like it's time to reload.

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Re: How to Install D-Link DNS-323 on LinuxMCE-810
« Reply #17 on: August 13, 2009, 07:22:07 pm »
Pigdog,
I think you should wait a bit on re-installing, maybe Thom will find the cause of the problem.
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Re: How to Install D-Link DNS-323 on LinuxMCE-810
« Reply #18 on: August 14, 2009, 03:23:22 am »
Hi,

Updated to 2.29.  NAS was discovered.

Everything seems to be there.

Am monitoring.

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Re: How to Install D-Link DNS-323 on LinuxMCE-810
« Reply #19 on: August 14, 2009, 04:46:58 pm »
Yep, 2.29 took care of the mount problem.
Thanks Pigdog & Thom.
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