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comment Recovering a mdadm+lvm+ext4 partition with read error
Thanks, so there is some hope. The disk in question is (or rather was) the last one of the array, although I have another disk belonging to a different array that has a similar structure. In that case how do you suggest to repair the superblock?
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comment Recovering a mdadm+lvm+ext4 partition with read error
(Obviously?) I would have not posted the question if there would have been another mirror to use for resyncing.
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comment Running a Cron on Ubuntu Server
exit status 2 usually is ENOENT i.e. 'no such file or directory'. Cron probably wasn't able to read its file.
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comment On a Debian system, how is the 'installed-size' field of the control file used?
Thank you for the answer, but I knew already about what 'the theory' says about it. My question was more about how in practice this information is currently used.
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