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Re: Can't mount, power failure - recoverable?



On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 3:34 PM, Skylar Burtenshaw <daninfuchs@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hey - been a few days, not meaning to pester but I wanted to make sure my
> previous message didn't slip through the cracks. If I offended, I apologize - I
> certainly didn't mean to, and my attempts at joviality can come across as
> abrasive. If you simply haven't had time to look into this yet, or it's bizarre
> enough that it's taking time to isolate, take all the time you need. Thank you.

Didn't Chris' last response basically say "use kernel 3.2 or newer,
mount the fs (possibly with -o ro), and copy the data elsewhere"? Have
you done that?

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Fajar
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