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Subject: Overwritten partition
From: hallexh@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Sun, 31 May 2015 00:48:05 +0200
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Hello,

I accidentally overwritten first 40GB of 36TB XFS partition. I ran
xfs_repair then, which resets the superblocks (I'm sorry i didn't copied
the output of it) and after I mounted the partition, there was no files.
Empty file system, but It should be almost 90% full.

Am I really screwed or there's a chance to recover the data somehow?

Thanks anyone for helping!
John

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