On Mon, 1 Aug 2016 13:44:55 +0200 (CEST)
Xen <l...@xenhideout.nl> wrote:
> > git wiped the file from disk. I worked very hard on that file
> > (several days( and I really hope this can be recovered. I could not
> > find a solution on the web.
> I hope the advice that was given to you would work.
Yes, it worked.
> In general if you want to be absolutely sure that a file is
> You unplug the power cord ASAP.
I would advise against such an "take no hostages" approach: when you
unplug the power cord you might surely lose changes in other files
while trying to save the original one.
If one wants to quickly bring a Linux system down for forensic
activities on its filesystems, I'd recommend to do Alt-SysRq-s followed
Alt-SysRq-o, which would sync the filesystems and then halt the system.
Sure, it's possible that synchronizing FS buffers would re-use the
space once occupied by the deleted file but I'd call it a reasonable
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