Thanks for your help...
I have run the commands:
dd if=/dev/sdb3 of=/var/sdb3
chmod -r /var/sdb3 (hehe)
srtrings /var/sdb3 >> /tmp/sdb3.str
vi sdb3.str (1.1GB)
Bye and thanks again...
On Wed, Oct 02, 2002 at 04:52:03PM -0500, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> There is no simple way to recover deleted xfs files, I am afraid.
> If these were text files that were deleted, and they were not very
> fragmented, and you might be able to use dd to extract them when you
> find them.
> In general though data recovery is expensive because it's tricky and not
> something that can be explained in a short email, if it is even
> On Wed, 2002-10-02 at 13:47, bueno wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have deleted some file from a xfs partition
> > I immediately run xfs_freeze on device
> > And createa a "dd" of device...
> > Editing in a hexa editor, I saw the data that had been deleted
> > on dd file...
> > Exists a form to recovery these data ?
> > Thanks
> > Ps - sorry the english...
> > --
> > ^hal
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