UFS Crash and directories now missing

Edward M eam1edward at gmail.com
Tue May 1 17:00:52 UTC 2012

On 05/01/2012 06:43 AM, Polytropon wrote:
> Except buying (good) books, you can also search for
> articles on the web. For example, "A Fast File System
> for UNIX" by M. K. McKusick is very interesting (at
> least it was for me when I lost all my important data).
> Some fs-related articles here:
> http://www.mckusick.com/articles.html
> They help you to understand how things work or what
> maybe makes them stop working.:-)
> Also the documentation of tools like TSK (ports/sleuthkit),
> ex TCT, is very helpful in understanding all the low-level
> details that_really_  matter when you_need_  to get your
> hands dirty in order to perform a forensic analysis or to
> recover important data. Sadly, that documentation has moved
> from local storage in/usr/local/share/doc/sleuthkit/  (where
> I've seen it the last time) to some on-line place or Wiki,
> something_I_  consider "a bad idea" especially in worst case
> considerations (i. e. no internet connection); the only
> content in README.txt,
> 	The docs that used to live in this directory now exist on the wiki:
> 	http://wiki.sleuthkit.org/
> doesn't make it any better, sorry.
    Thanks for the help...I will definitely check McKusick site and the docs
    I'm self learning UNIX/programming. so I need all the info and help 
I can get.:-)

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