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MYD files renamed after restart - how to recover?

The disk space went full on our server. It remained like this for too long, and now mysql is completely crased. I'm getting errors like this : mysql> use mysql; Reading table information for ...
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flushed IPs by mistake on UNIX how to recover from rescue

I got a problem. OS: Linux Debian 6.0 64-Bit I used this command on my root-server: ip addr flush dev eth0 I added some month agp multiply IP's and that in a false format. The problem is since i ...
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Recovering data from MongoDB raw files

We use mongodb for our database and set the replset(two servers), but we mistakenly deleted some raw files that under /path/to/dbdata on both servers. After that, we used extundelete to get back the ...
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How to know which SSH user deleted my folder?

We have a linux server in our lab which is shared among a number of developers. Server credentials (NOT root) are known to all and they log in using SSH. Now, when I logged in today I just realized ...
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Regenerate Snapshots from .avhdx files

I'm getting used to Hyper-V and I come into this situation: I manually did a backup and a restore of a virtual machine with 1 disk and 2 snapshots. My restored machine has a .vhdx file and 2 .avhdx ...
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Revover original email from Sendmail log

I have a website the contact form has been failing silently for two weeks (Wordpress + Contact form 7). Apparently updating to Contact Form 7 made the assigned email to fail ...
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Recover data from ubuntu encrypted drive (LUKS)

I had a Host with Ubuntu 12.10 installed, and the entire harddrive was encrypted (with LUKS it appears), I remember the passphrase, but I have trouble to "open it". I am now on a beta version of ...
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VDA Disk Fail / Virtual machine corrupt

I am hoping I can get some help here. I have a server that is hosted with a very large server hosting company and today the server became unavailable. On contacting the company they said that the ...
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Recovered user and organization unit wit out Membership of Exchange Server, why?

I just recovered a user and OU back to my domain on my Windows Server 2008 R2, using these directions:http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd379509%28v=ws.10%29.aspx However once i reset the ...
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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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Centos 6 - Backup and Restore/Recover

I'm trying to test and document a backup and restore procedure for Centos 6. Here's where I'm up to, but there are a few areas where I need a bit of clarity. CentOS backup/restore documentation on the ...
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re-mount two old disk from raid0 setup to recover data

I had setup two 500gb disk in RAID0 on my server, but recently suffered a hard disk failure (saw a S.M.A.R.T error on the HDD at boot). My host has put 2 new disk in RAID-0 again (re-installed the OS) ...
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how to Recovery RAID 5 storage that deleted array by console [closed]

I have A IBM DS3400 Storage this storage deleted array by console command. My Question is how to Recover data From this storage. thank all.
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How to move SQL server install to new machine

I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 that had a unclean power down and now the whole install is broken. Before I struggle to resurrect the machine, I'd like to know if there is a way to take the installed ...
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How do I reattach to Ubuntu Server's 'do-release-upgrade' process?

I accidentally pressed Ctrl+C during Ubuntu Server's do-release-upgrade process. I'd dropped to a shell to compare a .conf file in /etc/. When I pressed Ctrl-C, it asked whether I wanted to try to ...
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Server RAID died. How would you recover data from its drives?

We have 9 machines at the moment. One of them had an electrical fault which fried the board but the drives seem ok. I'm not entirely sure how I would even attempt to recover data from it. The drives ...
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Recover Formatted My Book data? [closed]

I have a 1 Terra My Book Western Digital external hard disk ... Its USB socket got broken so I kept connecting and disconnecting it several times to make it work ... sometimes it worked and other ...
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Where does Xenserver store local VMs

My xenserver crashed a few months ago, I haven't been able to retrieve the VMs that were on it. There was nothing special about the installation, I think it was all standard. Is there a way to ...
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Accidentally overwrote file instead of appending. Is there hope?

I accidentally did this: command > ~/.bash_profile Instead of command >> ~/.bash_profile I know, I'm an idiot. Is there a way to recover the old .bash_profile file? Thanks a lot for ...
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can't recover LVM volume: Please specify a *single* volume group to restore

I'm trying to recover a deleted LVM volume but can't see to get the syntax right. Running the following command gives me a list of backed up LVM volumes: root@usaxen02:[~]$ vgcfgrestore -l ...
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Ubuntu: How to scan and reinstall lost files from installed packages?

Recently, my Ubuntu server had a disk failure, after a LiveCD & fsck.ext4, it seems many inodes are lost. Most of them should be program files of installed apt packages. Before I'm going to ...
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Recover changed files in linux

I am newby in Linux, I wonder to know is there is any chance to recover changed file to its previous state? I have had file aaa.cpio and have run the following command by mistake: cpio -iv > ...
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md3000i : recover data from healthy unplugged hard disk but with deleted configuration on the array

I have a question for an MD3000i SAN expert : We had a RAID with 2 disks on a MD3000i DELL SAN. We deleted the configuration on the storage array without the disks of this RAID configuration plugged ...
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Recovering deleted emails on IMAP server with Thunderbird

I have an IMAP mail server and use Thunderbird as my client. I didn't understand the sychronization of client-server using IMAP vs POP. My IMAP server was filling up, so I logged onto the server and ...
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Rescue *.vmdk by wrapping it in new, working *.vmdk [closed]

I have a vmdk (VMware virtual [NTFS] formatted disk) beyond repair (It's not mine, I don't know exactly what happened). I'm trying to get some files off of it using Plan B as outlined here: ...
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Backup Exec ~> Using Removal media to move to another server?

We have an old application that requires a Backup Exec 9. I have this backing up straight to tape currently. We are looking at doing a Disaster Recovery plan that would allow us to have a second site ...
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Server was hacked. Now login wont accept 'root' as username comes up invalid

On Fedora, root is coming up invalid. WHat is solution?