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Yes. After restoring your dd image to the new larger LV you would need to "fsck -f" (to force a check on the resulting image, and ensure it is marked clean) and then "resize2fs" the LV in order for the restored image to expand and see the new space.


Did you set the Where option correctly during the restore? From the manual: before running the job, please note that the default location for restoring files is not their original locations, but rather the directory /tmp/bacula-restores


Past permissions of files are not recorded by default. Unless you had taken steps to set up some form of logging before the change happened (a variant of Is it possible to find out what program or script created a given file?), this information is not available. And even then logging would only tell you what changed, not what was there before. Even if you ...

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