Drobo updating boot support partitions

25-Dec-2016 16:56

My Drobo has the latest firmware 3.2.2, and i 've tried to connect it to two separate computers (Macs running 10.11.4 and 10.11.1).

Not mounting but it is recognized by Drobo Dashboard 2.8.1 on both machines. RJ RE: USB 3 Drivers on OS X 10.11 Drobo not MOUNTING - phantomdog - AM Hi Everyone, My first post, and it's comforting to know I'm not alone, but I'm so frustrated!! /dev/rdisk3s2: ** The volume Drobo1 was repaired successfully.

Will Disk Warrior succeed where Drive Genius failed? Do Synology or other NAS/Raid solutions have this problem?

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I plugged the Drobo 3rd GEN into my late 2011 Mac running 10.11.5.

I have a 2nd Drobo back up that I keep offsite, but I'm loathed to connect that up incase there is something that has caused this and that gets corrupted. I'll be rocking in a corner if I can't access my photos, there are years worth in there Please help I thought some more information might help ? I've shut it down, rebooted the Mac, tried it through a USB3 Hub, tried a USB 2.0 cable, different USB 3.0 cable and all with the same result I'm pulling my hair out, it holds 6.1TB of my photos! /dev/rdisk3s2: The volume name is Drobo1 /dev/rdisk3s2: ** Checking extents overflow file. I think that since my Drobo has dismounted several times incorrectly that the volume is corrupt, and that is why it is not mounting. It worked, but every 2nd or 3rd time I unmount the drive from my laptop and try to remount it, it fails to mount. This is a big issue for Drobo, who deny's it is an issue with their software, since both drobo and osx say everything is fine.

I can see the Drobo in disk utility as well and it shows as not mounted, but also that its full with "Other" not photos ? I have a 2nd Drobo back up that I keep offsite, but I'm loathed to connect that up incase there is something that has caused this and that gets corrupted. I'll be rocking in a corner if I can't access my photos, there are years worth in there Please help I thought some more information might help ? RE: USB 3 Drivers on OS X 10.11 Drobo not MOUNTING - jfomelia - AM Has anyone found a solution to this other than spending 0 on Disk Warrior?

/dev/rdisk3s2: The volume name is Drobo1 /dev/rdisk3s2: ** Checking extents overflow file. /dev/rdisk3s2: Invalid content in journal /dev/rdisk3s2: ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume. The first time I used data rescue to extract my data, formatted the drive and then put the data back on.

/dev/rdisk3s2: The volume name is Drobo1 /dev/rdisk3s2: ** Checking extents overflow file. This time I realized I have Drive Genius which has a rebuild tool.

I plugged the Drobo 3rd GEN into my late 2011 Mac running 10.11.5.I have a 2nd Drobo back up that I keep offsite, but I'm loathed to connect that up incase there is something that has caused this and that gets corrupted. I'll be rocking in a corner if I can't access my photos, there are years worth in there Please help I thought some more information might help ? I've shut it down, rebooted the Mac, tried it through a USB3 Hub, tried a USB 2.0 cable, different USB 3.0 cable and all with the same result I'm pulling my hair out, it holds 6.1TB of my photos! /dev/rdisk3s2: The volume name is Drobo1 /dev/rdisk3s2: ** Checking extents overflow file. I think that since my Drobo has dismounted several times incorrectly that the volume is corrupt, and that is why it is not mounting. It worked, but every 2nd or 3rd time I unmount the drive from my laptop and try to remount it, it fails to mount. This is a big issue for Drobo, who deny's it is an issue with their software, since both drobo and osx say everything is fine.I can see the Drobo in disk utility as well and it shows as not mounted, but also that its full with "Other" not photos ? I have a 2nd Drobo back up that I keep offsite, but I'm loathed to connect that up incase there is something that has caused this and that gets corrupted. I'll be rocking in a corner if I can't access my photos, there are years worth in there Please help I thought some more information might help ? RE: USB 3 Drivers on OS X 10.11 Drobo not MOUNTING - jfomelia - AM Has anyone found a solution to this other than spending 0 on Disk Warrior?/dev/rdisk3s2: The volume name is Drobo1 /dev/rdisk3s2: ** Checking extents overflow file. /dev/rdisk3s2: Invalid content in journal /dev/rdisk3s2: ** Checking Journaled HFS Plus volume. The first time I used data rescue to extract my data, formatted the drive and then put the data back on./dev/rdisk3s2: The volume name is Drobo1 /dev/rdisk3s2: ** Checking extents overflow file. This time I realized I have Drive Genius which has a rebuild tool.An update to the above post, but for the second time in a month this has happened and Drobo again tells me it's not their problem, go spend 0 on disk warrior and MAYBE it will work. I also had to run Disk Warrior to get to my file - BUT, after a secure shutdown and restart of my Mac running Mac OS Sierra I have the same issue again.