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Re: viewing ext3 journal



2006/6/21, Andreas Dilger <adilger clusterfs com>:

Sorry, you need to add your device name to the end of the above command,
like "debugfs -c -R 'dump <8> /tmp/journal' /dev/hda1" or whatever.  It
will dump the journal inode (#8) to the file /tmp/journal.  But that is
just a raw block dump, you would need to hack debugfs to do something
more clever to dump the logical structure of the journal (e.g. which
transactions are present, blocks modified in each transaction, etc).


Oh i see raw data ;)
What a shame! The Possibility to view last filesystem actions in a
human readable format would have been nice.

Thank you!


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