I was running a Banana Pro with Raspian (Debian Jessie) for about a year with no errors.
The BPro's firewall is configured white-listed.
This morning the BPro shut down unexpected and for no reason.
Since then I wasn't able to reboot the BPro.
I unplugged all external devices except SD-Card and power cable, but only red LED is shining.
So I checked the MicroSD-Card with Windows/Diskpart and Ubuntu/gnome-disks (no errors).
I made a backup from the SD-Card with Windows/Win32DiskImager (no errors).
I also had a close look at the BPro itself, especially the SD-Card-Slot (no short circuits or sth. like that).
Plugging SD-Card back in and trying to boot: Red LED only.
Then I read several threads in several forums covering similar issues.
But this is not a newbie's error and so I can't find sth. helpful or comparable.
I don't want to flash the SD-Card, because there is an OwnCloud/Database-Server on it.
These apps point to 6.8 TB of encrypted data on an external HDD (maybe you can understand my situation).
Next steps to take - here I need your help:
Should I buy another SD-Card for giving the BPro a next try (knowing current SD-Card is OK)?
Did something happened the last days that can harm a running BPro from the outside?
Should I reinstall Raspbian on the current SD-Card? -
I have a backup, well. But this was taken after the crash happened, so it might be worthless.
What else can I do to bring the system online again?
I'm new to this forum, so please forgive me any errors.
Help and hints are appreciated.
Best regards from northern Germany