I have no backup, and my server scripts are running as production, but unfortunately CentOS removed my all files stored in /var/tmp Now my source codes are lost, but still its running as below, how ...
Recently, my HDD crashed and I had to run a fsck command. Many files were moved to the lost+found folder and I've retrieved the important ones using find and grep, but I can't find my SQL databases. ...
I was unaware of the mklost+found command until I read this question. The mklost+found command will make a new lost+found directory in the pwd. Why would you ever need to run this command? The ...
I have a NAS appliance that crashed last weekend. The IT guys apparently / maybe didn't recover it in the right way? There's about 50,000 directories in a "lost+found" directory each with a numeric ...
There is a folder at the root of Linux and Unix operating systems called /lost+found/ What is it for? Under what circumstances would I interact with it? How would I interact with it?