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Re: [linux-lvm] Important diretories are missing after adding space.



Stuart, no offence can be taken ar all - I cam see two possibilities - u did smth very stupid or its a glitch.
I actually selected "shutdown" option in kde.

I cant say that fsck fixed - it reported a short read. I got completely shocked and just for the hell of it ran la just to observe that. Everything is "back".
Since then I copied all files. To backup lv and ran that fack. Last reported no problem.

You mentioned something about extended partitions?


-----Original message-----
From: "Stuart D. Gathman" <stuart bmsi com>
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Sun, Sep 5, 2010 19:43:49 GMT+00:00
Subject:
Re: [linux-lvm] Important diretories are missing after adding space.

On Sat, 4 Sep 2010, For Miscelenious wrote:

> Checked -alm directories were in place. Proceeded with creation a few large
> files * also worked fine. Switched the machiine off and went to bed.
> Next day booted to discover that few , but the most important, dies are
> missing.

The sfdisk output looks ok. Now don't be offended, just ruling out
obvious things that could have gone wrong. You did shutdown before
switching off the machine, right?

> e2fsck -f /dev/mapper/VG_Storage-LV_00

By any chance, did fsck fix stuff? Have you looked in lost+found?

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