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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
we have "forget" the root password for 1 of our AIX machines,
how can we reset it? or recover it??
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2. Red Hat
Given a scenario, I have 2 HDD which were used on the server with software RAID. Now, the original server crashed and I have attached these 2 HDD to the new server.
Any possible chances to recover the data from any of this HDD ? I want to mount /dev/sdb3 on some folder..
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3. Red Hat
I am facing a problem of filesystem corruption,where i am trying to recover data with fsck -f <device name> ,now it restore the corrupted data in lost+found directory.Please let me know how to recover the data from lost+found directory.
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4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Using dd or similar tools to recover data from 2 damaged cdroms, I need a way to then combine the 2 files, 1 from each cd, and make a good file: this all result from finding that certain cd's tops scratch easily even when using the "proper" cd markers, hence making the file useless, however the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: saint65
5. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
First time so excuse my ignorance please.
I may not be accurately describing the issue.
I have inherited a small lab mostly SUN V120s.
We lost power and are trying to recover.
Nope no backups...
The primary issue I have is 1 box is an Oracle Server.
It has 2 36Gb harddrives.
I am able to... (3 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I can't mount root partition. I can boot GRUB but when root partition mounting step the screen show me message: init not found.
I don't want to recover linux OS, I only want to recover /root/*.* files
In windows OS I use Easy Recovery but I don't know software which recover data in linux OS.... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: littleghost