On Mon, Jun 21, 2004 at 11:36:12AM +0200, Tilo Lutz wrote:
> I tried to put the files together so I can mount
> or repair it with xfs_repait but xfs_repairs always
> fails because it can't find a valid superblock.
since you only have three files it shouldn't be too bad, chances are
only one file starts in an ag boundary and will have XFSB and you seem
to have found that so try the only two remain options
> I've decrypted all three files as saved them as part1 part2 and
> part3 The First Starts with "XFSB....." so I think the start is OK.
> In part2 I can recognize some of my filecontent.
> Here are some error-messages before I run fsck.msdos:
> FAT: Filesystem panic (dev hda4)
you need to get the files of sanely, if fsck.msdos won't do it that might
be hard and/or impossible
> I think content of part2 have to be put in part1. Can xfs_repair
> tell me the first invalid block it find? This should be the place
> where I have to put part2 in.
xfs_repair will scan the fs for other sb's and things early so you
should know if you are on the right track --- if not switch the order
you really want to do this read-only initially too