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Re: ext3-Partition lost after crash !?



On Dec 05, 2002  08:02 +0100, Stephan Wiehr wrote:
> root wuehlkiste:# debugfs /dev/hdb2
> debugfs 1.27 (8-Mar-2002)
> debugfs:  stat <8>
> Inode: 8   Type: regular    Mode:  0777   Flags: 0xff00ff   Generation:
> 16711935
> User:   255   Group:   255   Size: 71777214328144127
> File ACL: 16711935    Directory ACL: 0
> Links: 255   Blockcount: 16711935
> Fragment:  Address: 16711935    Number: -1    Size: 0
> ctime: 0x3dffe6ff -- Wed Dec 18 04:09:51 2002
> atime: 0x00ff00ff -- Mon Jul 13 11:12:15 1970
> mtime: 0x3dffe6ff -- Wed Dec 18 04:09:51 2002
> dtime: 0x00ff00ff -- Mon Jul 13 11:12:15 1970
> BLOCKS:
> (0):16712447, (1):16712447, (2):16712447, (3):16712447, (4):16712447,
> (5):16712447, (6):16712447, (7):16712447, 
> (8):16712447, (9):16712447, (10):16712447, (11):16712447, (IND):16712447,
> (DIND):16713471, (TIND):16711935
> TOTAL: 15

Looking at this - your filesystem has really been overwritten very badly
with 0xff on every other byte.  You could try to use a backup superblock
(e2fsck -b 32768 /dev/hdb2), but things aren't looking so great...

Cheers, Andreas
--
Andreas Dilger
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ext2resize/
http://www-mddsp.enel.ucalgary.ca/People/adilger/





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