UFS Crash and directories now missing
erich at alogreentechnologies.com
Tue May 1 23:20:37 UTC 2012
On Tuesday 01 May 2012 20:43:43 Polytropon wrote:
> On Tue, 01 May 2012 00:37:51 -0700, Edward M wrote:
> > On 04/30/2012 10:58 PM, Robert Bonomi wrote:
> > > Reading_both_ of McKusick's "Design of .." books, and the 'Unix System
> > > Admininstration Handbook', by Nemeth, et al. is a good_start_.
> > >
> > > Having a bunch of the books from O'Reilley& Assoc. (<http://www.ora.com>),
> > > especially for 'standard' tools that you need to get the most out of, is
> > > also highly recommended.
> > >
> > After realising I lack ton of knowledge, especially how the
> > internals work. I'm using this advice:-) .
> 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).
you wanted to say 'real man do not need a backup'?
> Some fs-related articles here:
This is one advantage of systems like FreeBSD. If the need arises, you can do it yourself.
> The docs that used to live in this directory now exist on the wiki:
It must be a disease.
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