I acquired my White Light WD and I was playing around and try to figure out what came shipped with the fancy NAS.
At some time, I deliberately ran the script /etc/init.d/S9WiAutoConfig.
That took a while to complete, but eventually, it ran.
Then, tired of playing, I was putting some more data to the NAS, and the SMB shares, although present, wasn't accessible. Thought that it was a Windows issue. Restarted and the problem persisted. Tried from other computer, same thing.
Ran a df -h and found only root, /var & /mnt/ram; where was the /DataVolume partition?
A cold feeling rose from my spine.
I restarted the NAS (bummer, it killed my 19 days uptime), then the shares came up… Empty!
This funkyn script has killed all of my data!
The only evidence that I have found was this line in the /var/log/messages:
Jul 18 13:56:08 DadosCasa daemon.warn wixEvent: Media Server - Media Server cannot find the path to one or more of the default folders: /Public/Shared Music, /Public/Shared Pictures or /Public/Shared Videos. Please verify that these folders have not been removed or that the names have not been changed.
Any hints on why it did killed the data being invoked from the shell and why a plain restart (well, it's on /etc/init.d, right?) passes through it safely?
BTW, fortunately, I still had the erased data on the computer's HDD.