How to create a generic fstab file

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    If the root file system (/dev/md100root) gets too full, the /etc/fstab file can become corrupted.
    When this file is corrupted, no volumes can mount except /dev/md100root

    This information applies to the following Product(s):

    - SnapServer 4200

    - SnapServer 4400
    - SnapServer 4500
    - SnapServer 14000
    - SnapServer 15000
    - SnapServer 18000
    - SnapDisk 10
    - SnapDisk 30


    This information applies to the following Operating System(s):

    - This information is not Operating System specific


    ---Solution---

    Create a generic /etc/fstab file to mount at least the first RAID/Volume:

    Go to SSH and log into Super User or the /admin/debug.cgi command line:
    Enter
    echo /dev/md100root / xfs rw,suid,dev,noatime,auto,nouser 1 1 >> /etc/fstab
    Press "OK"
    Enter
    echo none /proc proc defaults 0 0 >> /etc/fstab
    Press "OK"
    Enter
    echo /dev/md101swap swap swap defaults 0 0 >> /etc/fstab
    Press "OK"
    Enter
    echo /dev/volgr0/lvol0 /hd/vol_mnt0 xfs defaults,extperm 1 1 >> /etc/fstab
    Press "OK"
    Then restart the server and delete the share and create a new share.