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NAS326 changing shares gives "unexpected error"

dugglebduggleb Posts: 11  Junior Member
edited August 14 in Questions
Went to view a video via TV on the NAS recently to be told "No Videos shared". They were there earlier this year.
Used my usual PC Connection & files are all there, just not available via the Media server. The TWONKY MEDIA SERVER doesn't show anything. 
When I try to change ANY of the shares using 'Edit Shared Folder' -- 'Shared Folder Access' are a delay I get "Unexpected error"
Have upgraded FW to V5.21(AAZF.2), no change. Anyone any ideas please

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  • IjnrsiIjnrsi Posts: 183  Warrior Member
    Hi, 
    Do you try to rescan the media content on your NAS326?
    Access your NAS and twonky management page, then go settings > system > server maintenance to rescan the content, maybe it could solve the problem.
    But according to your description "Edit Shared Folder" then got "Unexpected error", I guess your configuration might has problem, then if the rescan content is not used, then you may try reset device.

  • dugglebduggleb Posts: 11  Junior Member
    I can't get into the TWONKY Management Page, all I have is Service | Media Server | 
    Enable Twonky Media Server  which is checked, but can't go any further, used to be able to!

    When  I click I get redirected to "http://192.168.1.80:9001" but the page that comes up is "

    This site can’t be reached

    192.168.1.80 refused to connect."

  • IjnrsiIjnrsi Posts: 183  Warrior Member
    Does you twonky server work?
    If yes, but no possible to access twonky page, then you can use telnet to access your device and use following command to find the port information.
    #cd /i-data/.media/twonkymedia
    #cat twonkyserver.ini
    The information is below:
    # Port of the http server
    httpport=9001

  • dugglebduggleb Posts: 11  Junior Member
    No, the Twonky server link just gave a "Page not Found"
    In desperation I did a "factory reset" as it states in the manual the stored "Volume Data is not changed" but since then I now have a fully functioning Twonky Media Server, BUT, I can't see any of the data I'd put on the disks. I know it's there and the Storage Manager' shows about 1/3 disk used, which is about right, but my data folder  doesn't appear using  the file manager.  IS there any way I can 'reattach' this data as it all sits in a custom folder 'DATA\' and has a load of hard to replace videos in it
  • IjnrsiIjnrsi Posts: 183  Warrior Member
    The function now is working, but failed to access Twonky server apge.
    Did you try telnet and check is the port still on 9001?
  • dugglebduggleb Posts: 11  Junior Member
    until ~I find out if I can reconnect to my lost data I'm reluctant to do much with the NAS
  • IjnrsiIjnrsi Posts: 183  Warrior Member
    It seems your problem is after factory reset, the non-default folder was disable, so you need to check the folders in your folder setting page, if the item of "Disable this share" was checked.

  • dugglebduggleb Posts: 11  Junior Member
    edited August 29
    Problem is the non-default folder doesn't even appear
    When I look at Storage Manager | Internal Storage | Volume | Volume on Disk Group 1 I see The Folder ("Data"), that it's ext4,  and is 246GB (about right) but I just cant get that to appear as a folder in my File Manager, I can't see how to include a screen capture image in this post
  • IjnrsiIjnrsi Posts: 183  Warrior Member
    How strange...
    Do you try reset again?
    Can you see your data via telnet with following command?
    #cd /i-data/sysvol/
    #ls
    ls will list the all shared folders.
    Use "cd" to access one of the shared folder, can you see your data?
    If you are able to see your data, then try to backup it first, then plug a USB disk to USB port.
    Then USB disk will be mounted in /e-data/, and you can use "ls /e-data/" to check the disk lable.

    Then you can backup the data to the USB disk via  below command:
    #cp -rf /i-data/sysvol/folder_name /e-data/disk_name

    After all backup finished, then create a new volume.
  • dugglebduggleb Posts: 11  Junior Member
    Thanks, the telnet does work, and I can see the files. However I can't do a block copy but have to move into each subfolder in turn & copy the files.  It's a pain but I can at least get my files out.
  • IjnrsiIjnrsi Posts: 183  Warrior Member
    Hmm, I guest you login with admin. but without escalated your privilege to root.
    Try #su and enter the admin's password again, then you may be able to do block copy.
    Or you can create a new to folder and a subfolder it, and move all data to this foler, then you can directly copy it all to your external storange.
  • dugglebduggleb Posts: 11  Junior Member
    Just looked at my  twonkyserver.ini and see that
    httpport=  (nothing)

    Allegedly the Media Server is enabled, 192.168.1.80:9001 (according to GUI)
    but when I change any Media Server | Share Publish I'm back to the dreaded "Unexpected Error"

  • dugglebduggleb Posts: 11  Junior Member
    IUsing your Telnet Trick I managed to find where the "disappeared" files were saved, and have moved them using the "File Manager | Drag | Move" option, but I need to perform teh Drag / Move twice for each folder. Is this by design or just a "Funny" on my NAS?
  • dugglebduggleb Posts: 11  Junior Member
    Using your Telnet advice 
    Just looked at my  twonkyserver.ini and see that 
    httpport=  (nothing)

    Allegedly the Media Server is enabled, 192.168.1.80:9001 (according to GUI)
    but when I change any Media Server | Share Publish I'm back to the dreaded "Unexpected Error"
  • IjnrsiIjnrsi Posts: 183  Warrior Member
    That is really weird as the ini file still keep the wrong setting after you reset... 
    Maybe you can try to reset it via command: /usr/local/btn/reset_and_reboot.sh, then check again the ini file.
    And you could try to export the ini file and modify the httpport to 9001 as below and import back to NAS, then the twonky page might be available.

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