I rebooted out FreeBSD 6.0 server today. I noticed that it froze during the shutdown, so I had to do a hard reset. After it reboot, I did an ls on one of our filesystems (250GB SATA drive). Instead of all of the files that would normally be there, all there was was a .snap folder. When I did an ls in there, the process hung. I rebooted once again, and I can get into the .snap folder just fine. Except that all of my files are still missing, and instead it appears I have one big fsck_snapshot file.
Is there any way I can recover from this and restore my files? Looking through my logs, I see a couple errors just before I did the initial reboot: Apr 19 12:12:29 pompom kernel: g_vfs_done():ad8s1d[READ(offset=114688, length=16384)]error = 6 Apr 19 12:12:29 pompom kernel: g_vfs_done():ad8s1d[READ(offset=114688, length=16384)]error = 6 Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Patrick _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"