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Re: how cant I rebuild the superblock

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Subject: Re: how cant I rebuild the superblock
From: Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 13:05:57 -0600
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Sven Gehr wrote:
Am Mi 30.03.2005 20:20 schrieb Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>:

Sven Gehr wrote:



Ok. I have do:
dd if=/dev/sdX2 of=sdX2_header bs=16k count=1
for alle (sda2, sdb2, sdc2) devices. Next time I have od -xa with
alle
files. The output is in the attachment. I can't find XFSB in this
files?


Well, your sda2 and sdb2 files are identical, are you sure you got the
commands right? The other one is all zeros. You have one chance left
to find a real superblock out there.


I have generate the file new for sda2 and sdb2. It is in the attachment.

Those are still identical, either you have something odd going on in your scsi addressing, or you managed to clone data from one device to another, or these are actually two paths to the same disk device.

Steve


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