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Should I stop MySQL repair?

MySQL database (20 Gigabytes of tables and index) went corrupt. I launched the repair option using MySQL-admin graphic interface, now it has been running for 24 hours. When I have check the MyISAM ...
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How to corrupt a file system

I am going to be testing 'xfs_repair' on some large file systems ( around 50 TB ) as in the past the memory usage is high. While I could test the program only on file systems which were correct it ...
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Error 0x80070570: How to delete corrupted and unreadable file?

On my system partition I have a folder which cannot be deleted. This folder has been created by restoring files from an Acronis TrueImage backup. The error message says: Error 0x80070570: The ...
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Making SD card corruption-proof

My embedded linux device uses an SD card for saving certain diagnostics data, far too copious for internal flash. The problem is if the device is switched off unexpectedly, the filesystem (FAT32) on ...
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Prevent data corruption on ext4/Linux drive on power loss

I have some embedded boards running American Megatrends bios with embedded linux as the OS. The problem I have is that the industrial flash ide's will be corrupted on power loss. I have them ...
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Verifying Integrity of Data

I just set up a FreeNAS server with a terabyte drive. I want to only have one hard drive in each machine so I have been taking as much data as possible and sending it over the LAN to FreeNAS. I have ...
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mdadm rebooted, array missing? can't assemble?

Not sure what is going on with my Array. I rebooted ubuntu 12.04.1 and got a error on startup that fstab couldn't mount the filesystem UUID I have for my mdadm array. After running a few commands a I ...
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Utility that will write a large file local or via UNC, read it back for errors

A long time ago, I worked for a company that had a neat in-house utility that did something very simple. It's allowed you to write a file at a size you specify. It would then read that file back and ...