[mythtv-users] semiOT: minor emergency, raid array's contents deleted

James Thorpe james at tfxsoft.com
Tue Dec 8 08:26:57 UTC 2009

I used the following


over the summer when my father very nearly lost all his data.  In his 
case it was the loss of the partition table, but this software did a 
fantastic job of rebuilding it - everything was exactly where it should 
be.  It mentions ext2/3 undelete, but not specifically jfs so not sure 
if it will help in this case, but may be worth investigating.


Brian Wood wrote:
> On Monday 07 December 2009 10:37:12 am Steven Adeff wrote:
>> I found this:
>> http://www.dfsee.com/dfsee/dfsmenu-jfs.php
>> which looks to be able to undelete from jfs partitions, so I'm giving
>> it a whirl to see what it can find. it's $50(UK)(so like ~$80 us?),
>> but if the evaluation version "finds" my files and can recover them
>> it'll be a small price to pay.
> Very often that sort of thing uses freely-available tools, so I'd try to find 
> something free before paying for something like that.
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