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All Antlets Missing After Power Outage

Apologies in advance for the lack of technical knowledge.

After a power outrage my self-hosted websites were no longer online; all antlets listed in antMan are no longer showing.

When in command prompt said Ubuntu-HOSTING status shut off when trying to start I got the error: "cannot access storage file antlets/ubuntu-HOSTING1/ubuntu16.04-kubernetes.qcow2"

I've attempted fixes associated with corrupt zpool issues to no avail.

Uploaded files:
  • antsless2.png
  • antsless1.png

What output do the following commands show:

ls -l /antlets/ubuntu-HOSTING1

zpool status -v

zfs list -t snap|grep HOST


root@myantsle:~ # ls -l /antlets/ubuntu-HOSTING1

total 0

root@myantsle:~ # zpool status -v

pool: hdd

state: ONLINE

scan: scrub repaired 0B in 1h5m with 0 errors on Wed Mar 25 15:20:06 2020

config: NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM hdd ONLINE 0 0 0 mirror-0 ONLINE 0 0 0 sda ONLINE 0 0 0 sdb ONLINE 0 0 0errors: No known data errors

root@myantsle:~ # zfs list -t snap|grep HOSTno datasets available

Uploaded files:
  • image0.jpeg

Wow, so the ubuntu-HOSTING1 antlet's filesystem is gone?

what about:

ls -l /antlets

zfs list -r -t snap

Since there don't appear to be any snapshots, I'm not sure what the next step would be...


Here is the result of inputting your recommended commands:

Uploaded files:
  • image0-1.jpeg

So they're listed but there's nothing under their directories...

I guess one last thing to try would be:

zpool export antlets

zpool import antlets

These don't delete anything but just takes the whole pool offline in preparation to migrate it.