[linux-lvm] broken fs after removing disk from group
Marc des Garets
marc at ttux.net
Fri Nov 14 19:16:22 UTC 2014
I got a lot back from this file system. I only lost what was on that
dead disk and by chance there weren't much data on it, most is on the
other 2. I already know what I lost, I was lucky and it's not very
important: some GC heap dumps and some backup of phone sd card.
I made a backup of what was important now and so I'll be trying fsck. I
hope it will work because I don't feel like rebuilding my lvm and copy
everything again and lose what I consider not important.
On 11/14/2014 06:12 PM, Jack Waterworth wrote:
> If you get anything back from this file-system I would be impressed.
> Losing 200GB of a file-system isnt something small that can just be
> "made up" to restore the data. The only options I can think of would
> be to (1) restore from backup, (2) copy as much data as you can off
> onto a new location, (3) fsck. #1 is probably the best in your
> situation, however if that's not an option you should try to save as
> much data as possible (#2).
> a fsck should be able to repair the file-system back into a "good"
> state, but you'll likely lose a lot of data. Can you show us the full
> error output you're getting when you try to fsck?
> Also, keep in mind that this is an LVM mailing list... not a
> filesystem one. Perhaps you could get some help in #ext4 on the OFTC IRC.
> On 11/14/2014 03:42 AM, Marc des Garets wrote:
>> ext2fs_open2: The ext2 superblock is corrupt
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