[kwlug-disc] Recovering deleted files

Oksana Goertzen ogoertzen at gmail.com
Tue Aug 18 16:23:30 EDT 2009


On our NetWare servers we used to use Salvage.  On Windows 2008 we
run Undelete Server.  On Linux we use ??  It's the ?? part I was wondering
about.  There are no NTFS partitions on the Linux servers I'm referring to.
Currently they are running ReiserFS under SLES10/9.

:)  Oksana



On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 3:19 PM, unsolicited <unsolicited at swiz.ca> wrote:

> Does ntfsundelete require the ntfs partition to be mounted locally?
>
> Oksana - it could sound like you were referring to an 'undelete server'.
> No?
>
> Jason Locklin wrote, On 08/18/2009 2:42 PM:
>
>> I just recently used the ntfsundelete component of ntfsprogs to recover
>> deleted files on a Windows NTFS drive. There are other utilities for
>> Linux's native file-system ext3 (e2undel, recover). The utilities are
>> generally file-system specific, but I believe magicrescue can do some
>> file-system agnostic recovery work. Note, they are all command line
>> applications.
>>
>
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