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You can use, but it's same safety as rotating rust. just because ssd has no moving parts doesn't make it invulnerable to power outage. A small caveat: depending on the model, it's possible the ssd has enough capacitors to finish transfer of any cached data to non-volatile storage, but this is never guaranteed. Of course, if the ssd has no cache, all writes ...


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Since NTFS doesn't support Linux permissions, your only option is to enable execution of all files on the partition. This must be done when you mount the partition. mkdir ntfs sudo mount -o fmask=000 /dev/sda2 ntfs


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Assuming you're on a Linux host as well (you didn't mention that). You can always try the Network Block Device (NBD) option:- sudo modprobe nbd max_part=16 sudo qemu-nbd -c /dev/nbd0 <path to your vdi file> ls -lh /dev/nbd0* <lists all the partitions on the vdi> Choose which of the partitions you want to mount (eg 1st partition), then: sudo ...


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Since the 3.6 kernel ext4 suppports metadata checksumming (you'll also need e2fsprogs 1.43+) but it's not clear just how stable this feature is. Additionally you can mount your ext4 filesystem with the journal_checksum feature but... ...it seems like at some point in the past people wanted to make this a default option but this change didn't happen due to ...


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If you are abe to boot the guest OS then I think you need to install a package which will work as a recovery tool for your file system.Remember the packege will change from Filesystem to file system.Few which i know are available at for ext4 http://extundelete.sourceforge.net/ you can also check this out ...


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I think you are mixing up two completely different and independent concepts. The large_file feature that you can see in the output of dumpe2fs means that this filesystem can hold files larger than 2 GiB, I think it is set automatically by modern kernels. It has nothing to do with the -T option of mke2fs.


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You need a ext4 driver for Windows to be able to see an ext4 partition. NTFS does not have Linux-style attributes, so any permission change is implemented as a no-op in NTFS file system module. To execute something on a NTFS partition you have 2 choices: Mount the partition with exec option, which makes all files on the partition executable. So your ...



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