NETGEAR ReadyNAS 2120 not working

I have a ReadyNas 2120 with firmware 6.2.3. The problem is that I cannot access the web panel anymore. I have tried several approaches with no luck. Does anyone know how to solve this?. Fortunately, I got ssh access.
Oh, by the way how could LUNs be read as I can only access samba shares but not iscsi at all. Is it possible to get files from a LUN without using iscsi service?
Thanks in advanced.
Ludwig DiehlSystems ArchitectAsked:
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andreasSystem AdminCommented:
What did happen if you try to access web interface?

Does it mean the ISCSI isnt running anymore too?

Did you try a firmware update before that went wrong?
Ludwig DiehlSystems ArchitectAuthor Commented:
When I try to access it, it shows this -screenshot-.png.
It seems as I cannot access any LUN
Yes. Before I had the same problem too
Ludwig DiehlSystems ArchitectAuthor Commented:
I have finally solved my problem. Here is the solution:

When starting readynasd service. These errors were logged:
Sep 08 14:50:12 SERVIDOR_NAS readynasd[9608]: readynasd log started
Sep 08 14:50:12 SERVIDOR_NAS readynasd[9608]: readynasd started. (restarted=0)
Sep 08 14:50:12 SERVIDOR_NAS readynasd[9608]: DB (main) schema version: 16 ==> 18
Sep 08 14:50:12 SERVIDOR_NAS readynasd[9608]: rndb_create() ==> 3 (116ms)
Sep 08 14:50:12 SERVIDOR_NAS readynasd[9608]: Error create table (db)
Sep 08 14:50:12 SERVIDOR_NAS readynasd[9608]: dba create failed

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I finally found out that it was related to a kind of database, so I searched for it and fixed it with this:

mv /var/readynasd/db.sq3 /var/readynasd/db.sq3.bkp
mv /var/readynasd/event.sq3 /var/readynasd/event.sq3.bkp
mv /var/readynasd/smart.sq3 /var/readynasd/smart.sq3.bkp
systemctl restart readynasd

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Ludwig DiehlSystems ArchitectAuthor Commented:
After doing, it worked like a charm!
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