I have an instruction from QNAP on how to save data from a QNAP TS 109/209 server HD with a Linux Live CD from QNAP.
The server use a non standard EXT3 file system.
Now I need som help with the following issues, and see also the attached PDF-file:
1: What does this command and the attributes really do and/or mean:
mount -t ext3 /dev/sdb3 /media/ -0 extents,mballoc,delalloc
I know that /dev/sdb3 /media/ is the device I want to copy from, but what does the rest mean?
Especialy the last three arguments.
2: The disk is one of the disks in a RAID1 setup in the QNAP server, that I want to rescue data from, is it any risk at all that this command or any other command in the attached file can destroy any of my data from being readable.
This is very important, as what I can se the disk I have used so far, does not have all data on it of some reason. If the risk is "zero", then I will try the other disk.
3: The final command in the attached file, that really shall do the copy of data to another disk is this: rsync -rav /media/Public/cht_office_2
I do not have such a directory, and I suppose that QNAO has write it just as an example, of some reason. I suppose I must copy all data below the Public folder or partition which schould have thousands of directories and subdirectories with files from several users.
Which command can do that?
The QNAP Live CD can be downloaded from ftp://csdread:firstname.lastname@example.org/NAS
I would be very happy for help to solve this.