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Foremost file naming - Recovery of file names from inodes

I'm hoping this is not a stupid question. (apologies if it is) I have been asked to recover some files from a corrupt Linux partition. The partition data is shot to pieces but i have been able to ...
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Ran out of inodes on NFS

I have a RHEL 6 box with an NFS mount, mounted using autofs. I copied a big folder, with a lot of small files there, and used up all of my inodes, but I still have 80% of my storage space left, this ...
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Recovering files using extundelete

I've accidentally deleted some files in my package managers's cache after an update (so I've deleted all packages that were downloade and unforunately they weren't even installed). Here's what I've ...
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Odd Inode/Ram cache drops happening in CentOS

I run a CentOS 5.7 machine (64bit) with 24GB ram and 4x SAS drives in RAID10 setup. This machine runs nginx/1.0.10, php-fpm & xcache. About a month back the RAM usage of this machine has changed. ...
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bad inodes reappear after fsck() for vps guests

I have several vps guests that were created by virt-resize. I do daily backups on the guests by creating a snapshot and rsync file contents. But some of them don't have a clean disk image. As soon as ...
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Mail queue keep growing

My server keeps running short on inodes due the mail queue getting crazy. First, I assumed I had postfix not configured properly, so I switched it off. But, it happened again, last time I did it I had ...