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Hi, I deleted a zfs snapshot because it was as big as the original zfs. After the snapshot was removed, all the data in the original zfs is gone. How this happened? Can I restore the snapshot? Please help. Thanks a lot! (5 Replies)
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I accidently deleted the files from linux machine. How to restore back the files. (1 Reply)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
When I am deleleting some file that time I am moving that file to backup
directory and when I say restore then its showing me the backupdirectory
path and file with index..Ex..if i delete 3 files then restore will shoe me:
:1:/backup/somedeletedfile10... (2 Replies)
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if i delete a file from /home/san/abc.cpp in linux/unix
and i want to restore it back
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Can someone help me out as to how to recover a deleted folder?
the user id which deleted the folder is known, the approx time is known.
Its urgent, plz help (2 Replies)
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I have a tape with some information that I got
to restore, the tape was made with the fbackup
command in a hp box.
My question is that I have to restore in a Ibm
box, how can I do this ?
Thanks in advance (1 Reply)
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I am trying to do a restore on a backup tape (DDS2) and am having a little trouble. For one, I dont know how the tape was made, whether is was tar, cpio, dump..etc. Anyone know how to restore a tape without knowing the format of the backup? (5 Replies)
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I am a relatively new linux user.would like to know how to undo a deleted file (2 Replies)
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I have been restoring from tape some old data. I have done quite a few tapes and have had no problems until now.
The command I am running is "dd if=/dev/rmt/1hbn bs=1024 | tar -pBxF - ".
This is the second tape have have come up with the error "Not enough space". This tape has a couple of... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: mtoombs
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Hi. I have been having problems with restoring from a tape backup. I use the following cpio command:
find / -print | cpio -ouvB > /dev/rStp0
After running this cpio command, the screen will display all files, but when I try to read or restore the tape I get the following error:
Tape input... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: cstovall