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Hello, the previous update, I don't know what happened, but my nas no longer appears on the screen that I have 2 tb of storage, it only shows the storage of the ssd that I use for the system, instead if it says above on the screen that there is a raid 1 Have I lost my files? instead from windows by samba if I can access some shared folders. In webGUI I enter my credentials to log in and neither access nor does it show any error. I also have to say that the red led of the odroid xu4 is on.

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    Try to logon via ssh and show me the output of gdisk /dev/sda

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    This is what came out, I have personal information that I cannot lose, how do I solve it without losing anything?

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    root@NAS:~# gdisk /dev/sda
    GPT fdisk (gdisk) version 1.0.3
    
    Caution: invalid backup GPT header, but valid main header; regenerating
    backup header from main header.
    
    Caution! After loading partitions, the CRC doesn't check out!
    Warning! Main and backup partition tables differ! Use the 'c' and 'e' options
    on the recovery & transformation menu to examine the two tables.
    
    Warning! One or more CRCs don't match. You should repair the disk!
    
    Partition table scan:
      MBR: protective
      BSD: not present
      APM: not present
      GPT: damaged
    
    ****************************************************************************
    Caution: Found protective or hybrid MBR and corrupt GPT. Using GPT, but disk
    verification and recovery are STRONGLY recommended.
    ****************************************************************************
    
    Warning! Secondary partition table overlaps the last partition by
    12659246553850685898 blocks!
    You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.
    
    Command (? for help):

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    If you have very important data on the disk, see if you can clone it to an USB drive before you proceed further

    The hard disk has several backups of the partition information stored on different sectors of the disk, it's easy to write it back with

    gdisk /dev/sda

    r [enter]

    b [enter]

    just check if the changes did successfully repair the partition information with v [enter], if it says everything is ok, exit with w [enter] if not do a

    e [enter] check if the changes did successfully repair the partition information with v [enter], if it says everything is ok, exit with w [enter]

    if it's ok -> reboot and the hard disk should be back and OMV also

    if that still doesn't help exit with q [enter] and reply to this message

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    Re: New NAS Image Debian Buster OMV5 Kernel 5.4.41 + Kodi

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    The raid 1 I have it with 2 disks of 3 tb, if I remove one hdd in case the other fails, having a copy could it be worth it?
    how do I access the data because I can't, from samba when accessing some folders I get an error
    I have also tried to click it on a pc and from a linux distro have if I could get something and it is not possible, it says that you have to partition it
    I am quite desperate because within that raid 1 with 2 hdd I have all the photos of my son and I do not want to lose anything.
    Can everything be recovered?

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    Re: New NAS Image Debian Buster OMV5 Kernel 5.4.41 + Kodi

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    this is what came out when executing the commands
    My question is, will I have spoiled everything and lost my photos?

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    root@NAS:~# gdisk /dev/sda
    GPT fdisk (gdisk) version 1.0.3
    
    Caution: invalid backup GPT header, but valid main header; regenerating
    backup header from main header.
    
    Caution! After loading partitions, the CRC doesn't check out!
    Warning! Main and backup partition tables differ! Use the 'c' and 'e' options
    on the recovery & transformation menu to examine the two tables.
    
    Warning! One or more CRCs don't match. You should repair the disk!
    
    Partition table scan:
      MBR: protective
      BSD: not present
      APM: not present
      GPT: damaged
    
    ****************************************************************************
    Caution: Found protective or hybrid MBR and corrupt GPT. Using GPT, but disk
    verification and recovery are STRONGLY recommended.
    ****************************************************************************
    
    Warning! Secondary partition table overlaps the last partition by
    12659246553850685898 blocks!
    You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.
    
    Command (? for help): r
    
    Recovery/transformation command (? for help): ?
    b       use backup GPT header (rebuilding main)
    c       load backup partition table from disk (rebuilding main)
    d       use main GPT header (rebuilding backup)
    e       load main partition table from disk (rebuilding backup)
    f       load MBR and build fresh GPT from it
    g       convert GPT into MBR and exit
    h       make hybrid MBR
    i       show detailed information on a partition
    l       load partition data from a backup file
    m       return to main menu
    o       print protective MBR data
    p       print the partition table
    q       quit without saving changes
    t       transform BSD disklabel partition
    v       verify disk
    w       write table to disk and exit
    x       extra functionality (experts only)
    ?       print this menu
    
    Recovery/transformation command (? for help): b
    
    Recovery/transformation command (? for help): v
    
    Problem: The CRC for the main partition table is invalid. This table may be
    corrupt. Consider loading the backup partition table ('c' on the recovery &
    transformation menu). This report may be a false alarm if you've already
    corrected other problems.
    
    Caution: The CRC for the backup partition table is invalid. This table may
    be corrupt. This program will automatically create a new backup partition
    table when you save your partitions.
    
    Problem: partitions 127 and 125 overlap:
      Partition 127: 2820983053732684064 to 3399704436437297448
      Partition 125: 2820983053732684064 to 3399704436437297448
    
    Problem: partitions 128 and 126 overlap:
      Partition 128: 12080525177006498208 to 12659246559711111592
      Partition 126: 12080525177006498208 to 12659246559711111592
    
    Problem: partition 125 is too big for the disk.
    
    Problem: partition 126 is too big for the disk.
    
    Problem: partition 127 is too big for the disk.
    
    Problem: partition 128 is too big for the disk.
    
    Warning! Secondary partition table overlaps the last partition by
    12659246553850685898 blocks!
    You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.
    
    Identified 9 problems!
    
    Recovery/transformation command (? for help): e
    Warning! This will probably do weird things if you've converted an MBR to
    GPT form and haven't yet saved the GPT! Proceed? (Y/N): y
    Caution! After loading partitions, the CRC doesn't check out!
    
    Recovery/transformation command (? for help): v
    
    Problem: The CRC for the main partition table is invalid. This table may be
    corrupt. Consider loading the backup partition table ('c' on the recovery &
    transformation menu). This report may be a false alarm if you've already
    corrected other problems.
    
    Caution: The CRC for the backup partition table is invalid. This table may
    be corrupt. This program will automatically create a new backup partition
    table when you save your partitions.
    
    Problem: partitions 127 and 125 overlap:
      Partition 127: 2820983053732684064 to 3399704436437297448
      Partition 125: 2820983053732684064 to 3399704436437297448
    
    Problem: partitions 128 and 126 overlap:
      Partition 128: 12080525177006498208 to 12659246559711111592
      Partition 126: 12080525177006498208 to 12659246559711111592
    
    Problem: partition 125 is too big for the disk.
    
    Problem: partition 126 is too big for the disk.
    
    Problem: partition 127 is too big for the disk.
    
    Problem: partition 128 is too big for the disk.
    
    Warning! Secondary partition table overlaps the last partition by
    12659246553850685898 blocks!
    You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.
    
    Identified 9 problems!
    
    Recovery/transformation command (? for help): q
    

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    Re: New NAS Image Debian Buster OMV5 Kernel 5.4.41 + Kodi

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    I've rebooted but it's still the same

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      Ok then try

      gdisk /dev/sda

      r [enter]

      b [enter]

      w [enter]

      reboot, retry, if still is the same error

      gdisk /dev/sda

      r [enter]

      e [enter]

      w [enter]

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      this is what came out with the first option

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      root@NAS:~# gdisk /dev/sda
      GPT fdisk (gdisk) version 1.0.3
      
      Caution: invalid backup GPT header, but valid main header; regenerating
      backup header from main header.
      
      Caution! After loading partitions, the CRC doesn't check out!
      Warning! Main and backup partition tables differ! Use the 'c' and 'e' options
      on the recovery & transformation menu to examine the two tables.
      
      Warning! One or more CRCs don't match. You should repair the disk!
      
      Partition table scan:
        MBR: protective
        BSD: not present
        APM: not present
        GPT: damaged
      
      ****************************************************************************
      Caution: Found protective or hybrid MBR and corrupt GPT. Using GPT, but disk
      verification and recovery are STRONGLY recommended.
      ****************************************************************************
      
      Warning! Secondary partition table overlaps the last partition by
      12659246553850685898 blocks!
      You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.
      
      Command (? for help): r
      
      Recovery/transformation command (? for help): b
      
      Recovery/transformation command (? for help): w
      
      Warning! Secondary partition table overlaps the last partition by
      12659246553850685898 blocks!
      You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.
      
      Problem: partitions 127 and 125 overlap:
        Partition 127: 2820983053732684064 to 3399704436437297448
        Partition 125: 2820983053732684064 to 3399704436437297448
      
      Problem: partitions 128 and 126 overlap:
        Partition 128: 12080525177006498208 to 12659246559711111592
        Partition 126: 12080525177006498208 to 12659246559711111592
      Aborting write operation!
      Aborting write of new partition table.
      
      Recovery/transformation command (? for help):
      this is what came out with the second option

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      root@NAS:~# gdisk /dev/sda
      GPT fdisk (gdisk) version 1.0.3
      
      Caution: invalid backup GPT header, but valid main header; regenerating
      backup header from main header.
      
      Caution! After loading partitions, the CRC doesn't check out!
      Warning! Main and backup partition tables differ! Use the 'c' and 'e' options
      on the recovery & transformation menu to examine the two tables.
      
      Warning! One or more CRCs don't match. You should repair the disk!
      
      Partition table scan:
        MBR: protective
        BSD: not present
        APM: not present
        GPT: damaged
      
      ****************************************************************************
      Caution: Found protective or hybrid MBR and corrupt GPT. Using GPT, but disk
      verification and recovery are STRONGLY recommended.
      ****************************************************************************
      
      Warning! Secondary partition table overlaps the last partition by
      12659246553850685898 blocks!
      You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.
      
      Command (? for help): r
      
      Recovery/transformation command (? for help): e
      Warning! This will probably do weird things if you've converted an MBR to
      GPT form and haven't yet saved the GPT! Proceed? (Y/N): y
      Caution! After loading partitions, the CRC doesn't check out!
      
      Recovery/transformation command (? for help): w
      
      Warning! Secondary partition table overlaps the last partition by
      12659246553850685898 blocks!
      You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.
      
      Problem: partitions 127 and 125 overlap:
        Partition 127: 2820983053732684064 to 3399704436437297448
        Partition 125: 2820983053732684064 to 3399704436437297448
      
      Problem: partitions 128 and 126 overlap:
        Partition 128: 12080525177006498208 to 12659246559711111592
        Partition 126: 12080525177006498208 to 12659246559711111592
      Aborting write operation!
      Aborting write of new partition table.
      
      Recovery/transformation command (? for help):
      
      And everything remains the same.

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      I have the red light of the odroid xu4 on fixed, does it have something to do?
      Here on the screen it only recognizes the system sd but not the hd storage, instead at the top it says that there is a raid 1.
      From WebGUI I cannot access by entering my credentials.
      And I have tried again from samba and I cannot see the content of the folders that interest me the most, they are empty or an error occurs

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      dabarsa87 wrote:
      Wed Nov 04, 2020 10:25 pm
      I have the red light of the odroid xu4 on fixed, does it have something to do?
      I don't understand this line

      It says --> "You will need to delete this partition or resize it in another utility.", so you could flash Ubuntu 20.04 Desktop OS from HK on another SD card, boot from it, install gparted and use it to resize the overlaped partition

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      I have 2 hdd in raid 1, can I do this only in one hdd and recover all the data?
      So I have to use ubunto to use gparted to resize the split overlay?
      all this from the odroid + couldshell 2? without removing any hdd?
      The red led that is on the odroid card is the one that is always on, I think it is a starting problem.

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        dabarsa87 wrote:
        Wed Nov 04, 2020 11:00 pm
        I have 2 hdd in raid 1, can I do this only in one hdd and recover all the data?
        You could change from RAID1 to PM by power down the device, set the dip switch to PM and press and hold the raid config button until the system is booted, after that you would have two discs with the exact same contains
        dabarsa87 wrote:
        Wed Nov 04, 2020 11:00 pm
        So I have to use ubunto to use gparted to resize the split overlay?
        all this from the odroid + couldshell 2? without removing any hdd?
        Yes, the contains of the hard disk does not depend on the OS of the SD card
        dabarsa87 wrote:
        Wed Nov 04, 2020 11:00 pm
        The red led that is on the odroid card is the one that is always on, I think it is a starting problem.
        No that's ok, normally the red light is always on and the blue light is flashing but I am disable the blue light because in the night it's disturbing

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        I've been trying for hours to make it work and the only option was with a live cd, I don't know if this method will work. Well I enter ubuntu and gpartet I look for the hdd and I get the blank bar as if it did not locate anything inside. I go to the resize option and it does not let me move the bar or write in manual. And a sign pops up telling me the primary gpt table is corrupt, but the backup appears ok, so that will be used, can I accept it?

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        well I gave him accept and select swap and it was solved, now if it says that there is busy memory. now I have to see how I do to open the hdd from the live and copy its content

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        The ice repair in only hdd separately, do I have to do it in the other too? Or will the system repair it automatically when I reinstall omv 5 and create the new raid 1?

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        I have already managed to make the copy of the data, thank you for the help

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        dabarsa87 wrote:
        Thu Nov 05, 2020 2:19 am
        The ice repair in only hdd separately, do I have to do it in the other too? Or will the system repair it automatically when I reinstall omv 5 and create the new raid 1?
        Good that it works ! :)

        The system should repair it automatically if you recreate the RAID1 from scratch

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        Now I am trying to reinstall everything and I am having problems, I flash the sd and the odroid does not seem to do anything, I do not know if it has broken me or the switch to choose sd is wrong, we will not see what happens, thank goodness that I could recover everything and that I already have planned to make me a server with dual cpu and with a box that allows me to have 8 hot swap hdd, I hope to have more stability and less silly bugs like the ones that ruined my nas.
        It is as if it was blocked, insert the sd I give it power and only the red led turns on, the blue does not blink or anything you hear the hdd start up and they turn off after seconds
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          @dabarsa87

          Try another SD card with my image

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          dabarsa87 wrote:
          Fri Nov 06, 2020 12:16 am
          I hope to have more stability and less silly bugs like the ones that ruined my nas.
          Who told you that this is a bug and it has ruined your NAS, I have seen a lot of error reports here in this forum about the CloudShell2, the most common problem was a defective USB cable which HK immediately exchanges if you report it, that error reports are not a lot in compare to the sales and to be honest I haven't seen such an error message in that way you posted about the corrupt GPT since I know of the CS2, that one is also new for me -> Warning! Secondary partition table overlaps the last partition by 12659246553850685898 blocks! Did you play around with the partition editor inside the web ui, maybe not but the cause can be a lot even a defective hard disk, you can search the forum here there aren't a lot of GPT not valid error messages from users and your even differs from the others. The other thing is that we are dealing with open source software and due to it's nature bugs are expected, of course they do not ruining hardware, with it's legendary and super fast XU4 the CS2 with it's hardware raid controller is a superb product. A friend of mine is photograph and he is using !!three!! Cloudshell2 in HW RAID1 mode and one HW RAID5 with three hard disk inside his PC which give him 20TB space of redundancy for his pictures.

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          It already works, I forgot to change the switch to sd position, thanks. I did not touch anything on the partitions, it was simply updated and the next day I saw that it did not recognize the hdd, the 2 hdd are new 3tb wd network. I do not say that it does not go well but to store it goes very well but in plex I can not see almost anything because almost always it has to transcode something and it does not work for me, I have tried a xeon x5460 that I have here unused and the same movies do work for What I deduce that the xu4 lacked power because before it worked great for me and with the latest plex updates I think they made it no longer work so I have in my plans to mount a more powerful team and something more pro, I have thought of a dual cpu xeon e5-2660 + 64gb of ram ddr4 2133 and next to the hot swap bays mount a good raid with more storage and for more people in my family with raid 10 but I will continue using the xu4 + CS2 to make copies of certain files and make a mirror, I will have 3 backup copies. That is if I will continue to use OMV 5 since it is the only one that I provide and the one that will be configured the least, but this time it will not only be to store and play movies, I want to give it some more use.

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            Nice ! Hope everything works out ok for your project, let us know how far you've come :)

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              @all
                New Kernel 5.4.75 packages available via web gui:
                • linux-dtb-current-odroidxu4 (20.08.18) - Linux DTB, version 5.4.75-odroidxu4
                • linux-image-current-odroidxu4 (20.08.18) - Linux kernel, version 5.4.75-odroidxu4
                • linux-headers-current-odroidxu4 (20.08.18) - Linux kernel headers for 5.4.75-odroidxu4 on armhf
                New improvements over 5.4.74:
                • Various btrfs file system fixes
                In detail https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/ke ... ?h=v5.4.75

                As always, please report any errors and have fun :)

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                Re: New NAS Image Debian Buster OMV5 Kernel 5.4.41 + Kodi

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                dabarsa87 wrote:
                Fri Nov 06, 2020 8:07 pm
                It already works, I forgot to change the switch to sd position, thanks. I did not touch anything on the partitions, it was simply updated and the next day I saw that it did not recognize the hdd, the 2 hdd are new 3tb wd network. I do not say that it does not go well but to store it goes very well but in plex I can not see almost anything because almost always it has to transcode something and it does not work for me, I have tried a xeon x5460 that I have here unused and the same movies do work for What I deduce that the xu4 lacked power because before it worked great for me and with the latest plex updates I think they made it no longer work so I have in my plans to mount a more powerful team and something more pro, I have thought of a dual cpu xeon e5-2660 + 64gb of ram ddr4 2133 and next to the hot swap bays mount a good raid with more storage and for more people in my family with raid 10 but I will continue using the xu4 + CS2 to make copies of certain files and make a mirror, I will have 3 backup copies. That is if I will continue to use OMV 5 since it is the only one that I provide and the one that will be configured the least, but this time it will not only be to store and play movies, I want to give it some more use.

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                Insead of using PLEX you could try out Jellyfin, im pretty sure you easly can set the XU4 to hardware transcode, then it get alot more "juice". I use jellyfin myself, and works great!

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                soerenderfor wrote:
                dabarsa87 wrote:
                Fri Nov 06, 2020 8:07 pm
                It already works, I forgot to change the switch to sd position, thanks. I did not touch anything on the partitions, it was simply updated and the next day I saw that it did not recognize the hdd, the 2 hdd are new 3tb wd network. I do not say that it does not go well but to store it goes very well but in plex I can not see almost anything because almost always it has to transcode something and it does not work for me, I have tried a xeon x5460 that I have here unused and the same movies do work for What I deduce that the xu4 lacked power because before it worked great for me and with the latest plex updates I think they made it no longer work so I have in my plans to mount a more powerful team and something more pro, I have thought of a dual cpu xeon e5-2660 + 64gb of ram ddr4 2133 and next to the hot swap bays mount a good raid with more storage and for more people in my family with raid 10 but I will continue using the xu4 + CS2 to make copies of certain files and make a mirror, I will have 3 backup copies. That is if I will continue to use OMV 5 since it is the only one that I provide and the one that will be configured the least, but this time it will not only be to store and play movies, I want to give it some more use.

                Enviado desde mi SM-G930F mediante Tapatalk
                Insead of using PLEX you could try out Jellyfin, im pretty sure you easly can set the XU4 to hardware transcode, then it get alot more "juice". I use jellyfin myself, and works great!
                Insead of using PLEX you could try out Jellyfin, im pretty sure you easly can set the XU4 to hardware transcode, then it get alot more "juice". I use jellyfin myself, and works great!

                Enviado desde mi SM-G930F mediante Tapatalk


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                Re: New NAS Image Debian Buster OMV5 Kernel 5.4.41 + Kodi

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                  Some pictures from a happy CS2 NAS user ;)
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                    @AreaScout - I do only have 1 CS2, but as you - I do love that machine, and the images to the machine, Thanks :D
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                      @soerenderfor

                      Thank you 👍 The image is downloaded 487 times, I am sure that this is not all from unique IP's but he, not bad at all :)

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                      @AreaScout - Your made image, very nice, very stable. Thanks ;-) good day

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                      Re: New NAS Image Debian Buster OMV5 Kernel 5.4.41 + Kodi

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                        @all
                          New package available via web gui:
                          • cloudshell2-monitoring 1.0.23-1 - CloudShell2 LCD Info Screen and Monitoring Tool
                          New improvements over 1.0.22-1:
                          • Add new command line switch to maintain the controller name to query
                          • Add new command line switch to maintain the number of disks to query
                          • Fix: uptime text alignment
                          Details:

                          You can now select the hardware controller and amount of hard disk to query, I got some requests from users which own a different JMircon RAID controller, so you can use my tool to query that also

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                          root@openmediavault:~# cloudshell2-monitoring --help
                          Usage: cloudshell2-monitoring [OPTION]...
                                  -i, --info              print RAID controller info to console and exit
                                  -n, --name STRING       product name of the RAID controller, default JMS56X
                                  -d, --disks INT         number of disks to be scanned for, default 2
                                  -v, --version           print versions info and exit
                                  -h, --help              display this help and exit 
                          
                          RG and have fun !

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                          Thanks!

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