Dear All, It looks like I'm able to recover all of the deleted files. I'm using UFS Explorer Professional Recovery, I'm working on it for more than 30 hours, its a long time but it works!
Yaaay! Laci Sent from my mobile. On 2013.09.09., at 0:36, kpn...@pobox.com wrote: > On Mon, Sep 09, 2013 at 12:03:52AM +0200, Roland Smith wrote: >> On Sun, Sep 08, 2013 at 10:46:35AM +0200, Laszlo Danielisz wrote: >>> Hi, >>> >>> By mistake I forgot to edit my crontab on my FreeBSD 8.3 after I took out >>> one of the hard drives. I had a little rsync script which I used to >>> synchronise a directory between those two hard drives, because one of the >>> hard drives were not present anymore and rsync had the --delete parameter I >>> end up deleting the whole directory, of course with precious informations. >> >> Ouch. I have a similar procedure going. But I put it in a shell-script that >> mounts the destination _and_ checks if the destination is properly mounted >> _before_ >> starting the rsync. I would suggest you do something similar in the future. >> >> Just to be clear, was the information deleted from _both_ harddisks? > > How about using UFS labels and putting the label device into the fstab > instead of the raw block device? Then if the situation happens again > the changed block device names will not matter. > > I believe "tunefs -L" will do the trick. > -- > "A method for inducing cats to exercise consists of directing a beam of > invisible light produced by a hand-held laser apparatus onto the floor ... > in the vicinity of the cat, then moving the laser ... in an irregular way > fascinating to cats,..." -- US patent 5443036, "Method of exercising a cat" _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"