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Re: [linux-lvm] Re: undelete logical volume



Thx for the hint. Also I found out that a metadata backup is created on
a every command in /etc/lvm/archives.
The lv has been recovered, but it looks like the first xxx bytes of the
lv have changed. Luks doesn't accept it
as luks partition anymore and so I can't mount the encrypted partition
anymore. Data lost.... Backup is always
a good idea...

Andreas

Thomas schrieb:
> Use RIP (R)ecovery (I)s (P)ossible! (v15.2)  to boot up.
> And use command hexdump /dev/hda1 to collect the old LVM config information.
> They are nearly 1200.
> Use the information to create a metadata file.
> Use cfgrestore to recover.
> Then mount back the lost LogVol00.
>
> Just my two cents.
> "Andreas Unterkircher" <unki netshadow at> Šb¶l¥ó
> news:448EEF41 7000404 netshadow at €€Œ¶Œg...
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>> Hi,
>>
>> I made a big mistake and deleted a logical volume with some still needed
>>     
> data.
>   
>> It was the only active lv and no other write access happened on the
>>     
> physical
>   
>> disks till yet. Also I have no backup of lvm's metadata.
>>
>> Is there any way to recover the lost logical volume? (lvm2)
>>
>> Andreas
>>
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