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How can i trace Inode structure and modify it in UNIX kernel?
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In tcsh, I mistakenly deleted some files under a dir with rm *
Is there any way by which I can recover those files (without restoring to an earlier backup point) ?
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Is there a way by which I can recover the last deleted file file from a folder.
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how is the location of inodes in the physical disk.
are they sequential like:
bootblock|superblock|inode1|inode2| ....| datablock1|datablock2|datablock3
or are they distributed among data blocks like:
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Right, a mate of mine screwed up today and deleted the entire contents of a directory and he really needs to get the files back. He's using Red Hat Enterprise Edition 4. The files were deleted using rm *. He can't remember if the hard drive was formatted using ext2 or ext3. Anybody have any idea... (0 Replies)
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i need to find all the files that r linked to the current file as i need to delete the file as well as few of its links :confused:
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I just given $rm abc.pc, I don't have backup also.
is there any way to recover?
thanks in advance
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