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Re: All data gone AWOL



On Fri, Nov 01, 2002 at 11:55:01AM +0000, Ian Leonard wrote:
> 
> On 2002.10.21 19:27 Stephen C. Tweedie wrote:
>
> a partition. The partition table was trashed. I put it back (I knew
> the numbers) and /boot was as expected. I mounted /. There was
> one directory - lost+found. A quick look revelaled that the entire
> contents of the disk were in there with the first element of the
> path renamed to (I guess) the inode number.

Seems like the "/" directory has been trashed and the inode still
in the bitmap. Can you get the / and /lost+found directory file by:

debugfs /dev/hda_problem_disk
dump . /tmp/rootdir
dump lost+found /tmp/lostandfound

then this two files some where I can download? If it is small (<30K),
you can send it to me on email also. I think it should be small.

If you can use e2image and make a meta data image of the partition
put it some where that will also be useful.

Thanks

Chris



> 
> I suppose I could recover the disk - but I'm not that keen.
> 
> I guess we have build/rebuild a hundred systems or so and this
> has been reported once before. We are at the latter stages of a
> development project so there is lot of abuse going on. I seem
> to be the only one knows about the shutdown command.
> Given that it was a power outage, it is possible that the power
> failed again at a crucial stage. Also, as far as I know it shouldn't
> have run fsck at boot time.
> 
> 
> The distribution is RH 7.3 but with a 2.4.19 kernel.
> 
> Any comments would be welcome.
> 
> 
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