I have a system with an unrecoverable
/usr partition. Terrified the drives are going bad, I've got it booted into a LiveCD environment, and I can't remember what the install architecture was, the most I have is it's CentOS 5.5.
Because of the Live environment, none of the standard methods work such as uname or checking
Here is the kernel that was used: vmlinuz-2.6.18-194.32.1.el5 Is there anything I can scan the file for to figure out if the architecture is 32 or 64 bit?
Or something else I can look at on the file system? Nothing in
/usr will work because that partition is now dead.