Well, I had the WebUI for Rockstor accessed nad had the Correct Login Information. The Login info that I was speaking of was on the Centos OS Linux Login (text, not GUI). I am new to the Linux scenario and still trying to learn it along with the command strings. I decided that I would add another 4TB Drive to this server along with 3 other 4TB drives (all Seagate NAS IronWolf) and figured I would just Delete and start over to be able to have the Storage. I Didn’t know if it was possible to add a drive and configure it separately being that I could not find anything on the Rockstor GUI. Now after trying to install I delete and then reclaim all 4 drives and start the install. Upon Rebooting I am now getting the following during boot…
[1.339301] nouveau 0000:02:00.0: Bios: 00B 1 144b0928 144b0928
[1.339442] nouveau 0000:02:00.0: bios: 00B 1 00f11900 00f11900
[1.339571] nouveau 0000:02:00.0: bios: 00B 1 00f11900 00f11900
[3.114819] BTRFS error (device sda2): failed to read the system array: -5
[3.128572] BTRFS error (device sda2): open_ctree failed
Entering emergency mode. Exit the shell to continue.
Type “journalctl” to view system logs.
You might want to save…….
after mounting them as attach it to a bug report.
The only problem is, after this error occurs I can not type anything in or even reboot via “CTL, ALT, Del”. the only thing that works is to power off and reboot, and of course the error occurs again.
Is there a STEP By STEP procedure on how to install and run this? The instructions are very vague on the site. considered installing the CentOS 8 with GUI, but I am not seeing how to run it and install RockStor into it. It looks like this OS is only controlled and ran through a remote web Interface. I am trying to create a Large NAS system that I can access from anywhere and run programs and stream music and movies from. I already have several Personal Cloud units but want to have something that is Large Enough to store all of the data and accessed easily. I have read great reviews on your product but it seams not very user friendly and easy to configure.