|Recovering from ext4||Andy Taylor||10/20/10 2:36 PM|
Hi Carlo et al.
I'm trying to recover from an ext4 filesystem:
$ sudo ext3grep restore.img --dump-names
Running ext3grep version 0.10.2
WARNING: I don't know what EXT3_FEATURE_COMPAT_EXT_ATTR is.
WARNING: EXT3_FEATURE_INCOMPAT_RECOVER is set. This either means that
your partition is still mounted, and/or the file system is in an
ext3grep: ext3grep.cc:119: void run_program(): Assertion
`be2le(journal_super_block.s_header.h_magic) == 0xc03b3998U' failed.
I've read that this happens during some ext4 recoveries. ext3grep
looks awesome for ext3, but will it do the same for ext4? If not, is
there a way to convert from ext4 to ext3 for recovery (retaining
|Re: Recovering from ext4||Steffen Hau||10/28/10 10:41 AM|
I have a similar problem. Commenting out the asserts let ext3grep
continue but It doesn't show any deleted files in dump-names. It's
only displaying deleted directories.
I don't know wether it it hard to modify the code to fit the pieces of
EXT4. I'm hoping that Carlo is able to perform the needed changes.