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Impossible to read / delete some files

How can I fix a message like this (read after a dmesg command)? EXT4-fs error (device hdb1): ext4_lookup: deleted inode referenced: 119197 EXT4-fs error (device hdb1): ext4_free_inode: bit already ...
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3answers
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How to recover data from a corrupted ext3 partition?

A server of mine had a drive failure of some sort which caused the OS (CentOS 5) to crash and stop working (it refuses to boot). So we put another drive with a working OS and from there we try to ...
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0answers
84 views

recover corrupted directory from ext3 partition

It's my mounted directory that i want to restore folder ostani. it's containt many php, css, js and etc files. how can i access. I use dd_rhelper for create an image and try to fsck to repair it. but ...
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1answer
282 views

Recover ext3 files from hard disk with bad sector

I have a folder of about 5GB that suddenly disappeared. When I checked its hard disk, I found out it has bad sector for about 2-3MB on this folder. Maybe it is on the folder's pointer. The partition ...
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0answers
118 views

Recover data from failed volume group disk

I have a tale of woe to tell. I had (notice the past tense) a LVM VolumeGroup comprised of two physical volumes that failed due to the accidental deletion of one of those volumes. I am now trying to ...
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0answers
168 views

recovering a deleted file from a VM snapshot?

Our mysql ibdata1 file was deleted earlier today. This wasn't noticed until mysqld was restarted and there was no data in the tables. The machine is a CentOs VM in Xenserver. At this point a ...
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1answer
958 views

LVM+Ext3 - recover the ext3 partition?

I setup a new email server today and I did lvm for the main drive and then LVM for /opt. I realized I did not give myself enough room for /opt so I decided to try and extend it and I must of screwed ...
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1answer
194 views

Accidentally overwrote first 400MB of hard drive with ext3 partition - possible to rescue?

Accidentally wrote /dev/zero to the first 371MB of a 500GB disk. Is it possible to rebuild the partition table and/or recover what data hasn't been overwritten?
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2answers
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EXT3: What disk checks should be run after a hard reboot or power failure?

In the event that a hard reboot is performed or a system loses power without a proper shutdown, what checks should be run to verify file-system/data integrity on ext3 partitions? I've heard of fsck, ...
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1answer
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Debian Lenny - SAN - LVM Fail

I've got a Lenny server that has got a SAN connection configured as the only PV for a VG named 'datavg'. Yesterday, I've updated the box with Debian patches and gave it a reboot. After the reboot, ...
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5answers
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How to recover deleted files on ext3 fs

I have a drive which was using the ext3 filesystem. I am told that about 10Gb of data was deleted off the drive (probably via rm). The drive is currently mounted as read-only to preserve all data. ...