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How to recover deleted root of linux system?

The story: I am using Ubuntu for my website. For a backup plan, I wrote a script. I wanted to mount an external drive, (run through crontab), backup the server, and then umount it, every night. I ...
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Is there a way to recover lost logs in Nginx? [duplicate]

I have a fedora based server with nginx installed on it. I was taking logs and using logrotate, rotating them on a daily basis. Here's the configuration /etc/logrotate.d/nginx: /var/log/nginx/*log { ...
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Recovering files from IIS system (inetsrv) directory?

Some file from my inetsrv directory (c:\windows\system32\inetsrv) were accidentally removed. Is there a way to get them back? Reinstalling IIS server role doesn't help, because Windows doesn't remove ...
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Reconstructing the disk order in RAID 6 with 7 disks

a little background to this question first: I am running a RAID-6 within a QNAP TS869L external RAID/NAS system. I started with 5 disks of 3 TB each back in the day, and later added another 2 disks of ...
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Missing partition from RAID 0 array - what can be recovered?

System is Fedora Linux, there is RAID 0 array set up via mdadm that have bound together partitions /dev/sda4 and /dev/sdb4. Lately, /dev/sdb failed and became unreadable. Naturally, I started ...
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PostgreSQL 8.1 out of space and stopped, data directory is empty

I used PostgreSQL 8.1 on Gentoo/Linux 2.6.14r5. My db server's disk space looks like below: db postgresql # df -l Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda3 ...
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ZPOOL replace defective disk in exported pool

Yesterday, I put a new disk into my server. Sadly, I didn't check the disk before of failures. I added it to my pool with the command zpool add nas ...
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How to access LVM partitions on OS X?

I need to access ext3 partitions over an LVM logical volume in a SATA HD connected through USB2 to my iMac with OS X 10.6 . Is it possible to see LVM volumes from OS X? How? Disk Utility says that ...
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HP P410i Array Controller and lost logical Drive

Today earlier we lost the logical drive information for a 4 drive raid array that was array B! The system had two arrays A and B A being the single system drive and B the Data drive of 4 x 136Gb ...
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recover a damaged partition table with ext4 fs

I have an external 2TB HD, that should have only one ext4 partition but the partition table is damaged and I'd love to rebuild/restore the partition. Things ain't that easy so here's the longer ...
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PowerEdge 2850 boot issue due to lost raid config

I have an older dell PowerEdge 2850 that has a boot issue when the server boots it comes up with the error pxe- e53 no boot filename received. I believe the raid card and memory where pulled and as ...
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How to recovery a 5TB raid 5

We have a 5TB raid 5 virtual disk cluster... I think the MBR got messed up and windows server 2003 no longer is able to view the contents of the virtual disk... All the disk recovery software I have ...
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Recovering LVM RAID-1 on different computer with only one drive?

I have a drive out of an old LVM RAID-1 that's been sitting for a while. I think the array contained a bunch of my photos from years ago (archived online) but I'd like to get at the original data and ...
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What are my prospects of recovering old version of file on BTRFS

I've accidentally overwritten an important file on BTRFS. Knowing that this filesystem is COW, it should be in theory be possible to recover an old version of the file. Unfortunately googling didn't ...
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Tools or scripts to transfer files of a specific criteria to a USB drive

The company I work for has a 'company wide' share that is mapped on all of our machines. Over the years this has grown into the terrabytes and now lucky me has been tasked with bringing this back ...
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licence file for extra logins on ancient Unix (CLIX) system

I'm helping to sort out an ancient Intergraph 6800 machine at work, running CLIX, a proprietary Unix. Binning the system is not an option. It is a certified safety-critical system that would cost ...
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Windows Azure Blob Storage Data Migration

I would like to back up the files I currently have in Azure Blob Storage and move them elsewhere. The problem is that pulling them one by one would take me several weeks, even within the same ...
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Please help recovering lost volume group

After a reboot, the volume group on my server completely disappeared. [root@dal01 log]# vgdisplay No volume groups found [root@dal01 /]# lvdisplay No volume groups found [root@dal01 ~]# pvdisplay ...
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innodb recovery from .ibd files

My website has crashed a few days ago. The hosting company says some innodb database crashed. They sent a MySql data folder. I tried to restore the database, but phpmyadmin is only showing MyISAM ...
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Automatic Incremental Off-Site Backups

I'm running a Linux server where incremental backups (ideally daily) are required. I want things to remain fast, but for the backups to be reliable. I'll be using Apache and a MySQL database, what's ...
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Qnap TS-410 deleted folder by accident anyway to recover data (raid 5 / ext4)?

I am not in a very good situation at the moment, and bit stressed! I have a Qnap nas (TS-410), this operates on a Marvell 6281 800MHz CPU, while I SSH'ed into the Nas box, I deleted the wrong folder ...
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How to recover XFS file system with “superblock read failed”

I have a disk from a Buffalo LinkStation that has an XFS partition on it that I cannot mount. Plugging the disk into an SATA->USB caddy on an Ubuntu box. I get the following: $ sudo fdisk -l ...
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Can anybody recommend a good data recovery strategy?

So lets say you've failed at preventing a drive failure, and also, you've failed to make a backup of said drive. Push has come to shove and now you need a way to recover you're precious data. Has ...
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How to recover outlook emails

It has happened many times in my organization that some people have left in not really good terms. So when you go to check their computers you find that they normally delete their emails, sometimes ...
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How can I recover an ext4 filesystem corrupted after a fsck?

I have an ext4 filesystem on luks over software raid5. The filesystem was operating "just fine" for several years when I was beginning to run out of space. I had a 9T volume on 6x2T drives. I began ...
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How can I recover files from a disk with crc errors?

Details: Windows 7 32-bit 2.5" laptop disk with two partitions (A & B). When mounted via USB, files on partition B can be accessed fine. Partition A was working intermittently, but is no longer ...
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RAID1 - Possible to recover failed drives?

PowerEdge 1850 has two physical hard drives, configured as RAID1. Accessing via DRAC 4/I I can see that both drives indicate Failed & Offline. However, the DRAC log indicates that both drives ...
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restore mysql from ibdata/frm files

A hard disk failure has left me trying to restore mysql from copy of "data" folder I had dumps of "most" content but am missing some Data folder has idbdata1 / log files / folders of .frm files So, ...
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Need help recovering files after mounting new volume

So I used the guide in this answer to mount a new volume to /var/www: Allowing apache to access multiple volumes under AWS However, after doing it, my /var/www appears to have been cleaned out. I ...
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Access Server 2003 formatted HDD from W7 installation

I have a server problem, not sure what the best approach may be. The scenario is this: OS: Server 2003 The OS was on dedicated IDE drive; there are 2x1TB SATA drives which were in a Windows software ...
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How to Recover from a RAID 5EE with a Bad Stripe?

I am familiar with swapping out drives when a drive in a RAID fails. However, I have never lost data before. My Adaptec controller is reporting that the RAID 5EE logical device has bad stripes. I ...
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Recovering emails from a dead exchange database

We recently had an outage on our DC - one disk out of a 4 disk raid array failed and it ran in degraded mode for about 3 weeks before we were able to replace the disk. By the last day before it got ...
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What if Areca 1212 Raid card fails?

So I have a basic server: i5, 4GB ram, Areca 1212 Raid card, 1x sata 40GB HDD (for OS) connected to motherboard sata, 4x 2TB HDDs all configured into RAID5 (for /home data) connected to Areca Raid ...
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DD broke my whole partition - boot failed: not a bootable disk . Any way to recover it?

Im kind of freaking out here, if anyone can help me please help me... This happened to a Windows 2012 KVM virtual machine. I had a very important database running in it, if I could only recover that ...
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Reverse losetup?

Often people take an image of a hard dive with dd, for example, and then mount the partitions within using kpartx or losetup. It's a common way to make the partitions on an image file mountable and ...
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Recover mdadm RAID 10 array: listing all as spares

I'm a bad person and haven't backed up my RAID elsewhere. I now have a RAID10 array that won't assemble, and I'm hopeful I can save it. Here's the details: I have five hard drives set up as RAID10 ...
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Recovering RAID5 array after zeroing wrong superblock

I have a raid5 array on 4 disks, sda1, sdb1, sdd1 and sde1. sdd1 was removed but is a healthy drive. While attempting to re-add it, I accidentally zeroed out the superblock for sdb1. sdb1's data is ...
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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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Recover RAID 5 data after created new array instead of re-using

Folks please help - I am a newb with a major headache at hand (perfect storm situation). I have a 3 1tb hdd on my ubuntu 11.04 configured as software raid 5. The data had been copied weekly onto ...
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Almost All Xenserver Logical Volumes Disappeared - Recovery?

We had a hard disc crash of one of two hard discs in a software raid with a LVM on top. The server is running Citrix xenserver. On the hard disk which is still intact, the volume group gets detected ...
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data lost with RAID5 on proliant DL360 when drives fail

For some reason the Array Controller on my Proliant DL360 G6 couldn't recognize 2 of the 6 750GB drives I am running in a RAID 5 configuration with VMware ESXi 5.1. When I rebooted the server I chose ...
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Taking an image of a failing boot drive

Ok, so my Ubuntu 12.10 install seems to have gone slightly sideways. It currently boots from a Compactflash card that I was planning on replacing soon, but as luck would have it it's gone down now. ...
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RAID Recovery after Firmware issue

This may be a duplicate but I think the situation is different. We were having problems with a HP MSA2000 SAN, speaking to support they suggested that we upgraded the firmware to the latest version ...
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MySQL data recovery (innoDB) - missing .frm files but intact ibdata

A recent server fiasco left me with a by-all-appearances intact ibdata file but only half of my .frm-containing directories. I've copied all of this to a fresh mysql install, and have successfully ...
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Is there way to read sectors from SATA drive without ECC correction?

I know, there was such possibility like that in old ATA standards: "READ LONG" command produced LBA sector + ECC payload. sg_read_long supports in in linux, but the command is obsolete for quite a ...
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Can memcache invoke a script to reload itself after startup on Ubuntu?

Since memcache stores everything in ram, it will lose its store after a node recovers from failure. Does memcache offer a hook to invoke a script after it starts up? We want that script to do ...
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How to mount parition in from a working driver in RAID1

One of hard drives in array is dead, I'm unsure if it's raid0 or raid1, what I'm trying to achieve is mount the working drive and make a backup of what's left. If I mount /dev/md127 then I can see ...
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Hard drive errors: probably 2 bad sectors and nothing is working

All started with bsod from WindowsXP: unmountable boot volume. Then I tried ubuntu and Palimpsest. SMART status was OK (2 bad sectors), but all test failed on "reading system" (I don't know if I ...
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mdadm and RAID-5 recovery

I am encountering some problems with my RAID-5 array, using mdadm and Debian. First of all, I lost a drive (completely, it is not even recognized by the BIOS), then I replaced it with a new one; ...
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Recover a deleted partition by mistake (FAT32)

I deleted by mistake a FAT32 (I think it was fat32) partition in a external drive, searching I got through this post: ...