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Fixing partition table after writing 0s to beginning

I have a sw raid10 setup like: /dev/sdX > partition /dev/sdX1 > raid md0 > lvm > fs. I'm an idiot, and wrote 4gb of 0s to /dev/md0 with dd dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/md0 bs=4k count=1000000 ...
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Recover Ubuntu Server after openvz install

The situation: I have ubuntu server. After installing openvz I had to reboot it, but it never started. I was able to boot it in recovery mode, I mounted back partitions, backed up files. I was ...
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Why is my mdadm raid-1 recovery so slow?

On a system I'm running Ubuntu 10.04. My raid-1 restore started out fast but quickly became ridiculously slow (at this rate the restore will take 150 days!): dimmer@paimon:~$ cat /proc/mdstat ...
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I just deleted “/bin”. What's the best way to recover?

I just ran (not on purpose!) rm -rf /bin. I've booted down the computer and am using Finnix to try to recover from it. I have succeeded in mounting the drive, and confirmed that, yes, the entire /bin ...
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Need help with choosing a backup solution [closed]

I need help choosing a backup solution for a server from amongst the tools that I've read about recently (rsnapshot, amanda, clonezilla, rsync, dd, duplicity, bacula...). The setup: [1] One disk ...
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657 views

Recovering Data from a Linkstation LS-WXL/R1

I've been running a Buffalo Linkstation LS-WXL/R1 in RAID1 for a few weeks. Two nights ago we had a brief power outage. Yesterday when I tried to mount the disk it couldn't be found. I logged in to ...
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Can i recover command line deleted file on ubuntu?

I have mistakenly deleted a file via while connected ssh . How i can recover that file or, if ubuntu has something like trash bin or so ?
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Is there any way to recover files in /usr/local directory on Ubuntu?

We are running Ubuntu server on VPS. Some files were removed accidentally by placing unnecessary space this command: rm -r /usr/local <directory to be deleted> I know, that in most cases this ...