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System Recovery Procedures for NAS 4100

July 11th, 2009

NAS 4100 Recovery Overview: The NAS 4100 comes with 4 separate hard drives. In the event of a hard drive failure you will be notified via an Email alert and/or Web UI. RAID regeneration can take up to 30 minutes depending on which drive has failed.

To check status of your NAS 4100 drives use Logical Disk Manager. To access the Disk Management utility:

    1. Open “MaxNeighborhood” and double-click on the NAS 4100 that you want to create the folder on.
    2. Login to NAS 4100 with the appropriate Administrator (or Administrator equivalent) username and password.
    3. Click on “Administer this server appliance”. Upon doing this, the NAS 4100 Home Page will appear in the Browser.NAS 4100 Recovery
    4. From the Home Page, click on the “Disks and Volumes”Link. At this point, the Disks and Volumes page will be displayed in the Browser.NAS 4100 RecoveryNOTE: You may click on the Graphical Link OR the Java Text Link…either will suffice.
    5. Click on the “Disks and Volumes”link.NAS 4100 RecoveryNOTE: You may click on the Graphical Link OR the Java Text Link…either will suffice.
    6. Click the “Yes”button in the VBScript: Disk Configuration Window.NAS 4100 Recovery
    7. The Windows 2000 Management Snap-In will be displayed in your browser.NAS 4100 RecoveryThe NAS 4100 hard drives are configured as; Disk 0, Disk 1, Disk 2 and Disk 3. Each one of these hard drives, if lost, exhibits slightly different behavior.

Disk Failure | Recovery Time

Disk 0 | 30 Minutes

Disk 1 | 06 Minutes

Disk 2 | 30 Minutes

Disk 3 | 15 Minutes

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