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answered Can't find the location of DUMPed file system
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comment Can't find the location of DUMPed file system
I am glad to hear that. The reason "locate" could not find this file is because, locate keeps a cache/index of all files in the system. But it relies on cron to trigger this at a specified frequency. Find on the other hand checks the directory entries to search for files/dirs.
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comment LVM - Recovering from partition table corruption
Have you tried doing pvscan?
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comment Can't find the location of DUMPed file system
Have you tried find? find ./ -name "home_fs_dump"
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comment recover corrupted directory from ext3 partition
You are not doing it correctly. From inside of debugfs you cannot cd into a directory as debugfs sees that as a file with directory entry. Once you are inside debugfs, just run rdump ostani /destination/dir/. All of the contents, along with ostani directory will be restored as it is recursive in nature.
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Jan
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answered recover corrupted directory from ext3 partition
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comment In FTP, can I specify a remote directory using `~username` syntax?
Yes, of course. Test it for yourself :)
Jan
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comment Determining cause of Linux kernel panic
I would second the "Overclock is culprit" thought. MCE mostly occurs due to hardware issues. But, a segmentation fault in any module code can cause the same too. Two years back, my new i7 2600k was giving me the same MCE issue, even when I was not doing anything on the computer. When I dug a little deeper, I found the BIOS version I was using with my Intel motherboard was not properly supporting the then new processor. I updated the BIOS and the problem was gone. So I will suggest you to check on that route too.
Jan
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answered scheduling background tasks in succession
Jan
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comment In FTP, can I specify a remote directory using `~username` syntax?
By default mget runs in interactive mode i.e it will ask you if it is fine to copy over xyz file/dir and you have to respond with either y or n. To turn this feature off, prompt command needs to be executed. It toggles the Interactive Mode of FTP client.
Jan
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answered Refreshing less on the fly
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answered Determining cause of Linux kernel panic
Jan
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answered In FTP, can I specify a remote directory using `~username` syntax?
Jan
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answered How can I set a directory maximum size?
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revised Get total size of jpeg images per directory in each directory containing jpegs
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revised Get total size of jpeg images per directory in each directory containing jpegs
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