A way to recover deleted files (just contents) from USF2

Evan Dower evantd at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 20 07:12:09 PDT 2004

Of course there's always 'cat /dev/ad1s1f' (replacing the relevent partition 
for ad1s1f).

Evan Dower
Undergraduate, Computer Science
University of Washington
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>From: Andrey Smirnov <smir at delit.net>
>To: current at freebsd.org
>Subject: A way to recover deleted files (just contents) from USF2
>Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 14:15:55 +0400
>I deleted a lot of files from UFS2, they are very important to me... Is 
>there a way to recover their inodes with contents? (I've got a database 
>with file sizes, so if I get just file contents, it would be enough to me). 
>Something like 'lost+found' after fsck?
>ffsrecov doesn't work with UFS2, as far as I know, Sleuth Kit also...
>Any help would be appreciated!!!
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