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I had a data folder in MySQL that has simply disappeared. Something about a compromised server and MySQL crashing. This happened a few days ago. Although there has been one reboot, nothing new has been written to the server, so I'm thinking in theory it might still be there.
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Hi, I am new to unix and I set a password for a user and now I need to recover what that password was. Is there a way, where as root, I can view what a users passwords is?
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Recovering Solaris to an alternate server
I was just wondering if anyone could give me some points on restoring a Solaris 9 backup to an alternate server. Basically, we use netbackup 6 and I was wondering what the best procedures are for doing this? What things do we need to take into... (3 Replies)
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