To be fair, RAID 1 can definitely be part of a backup solution.
If it doesn't, and if there really aren't millions of files in that directory, perhaps something like the following gives a reasonably-sized directory:.
Neither Important Nor Ground-breaking. I just don't know how to get at it, as it seems fsck has kind of removed the... As such, all the blocks holding the data got physically overwritten with garbage, and you're hosed. Treat it as such, or else the fix must become "ext4. I am running a home tape setup. I wrote a policy for mdadm for my gentoo, not fc system before the upstream one existed; it was no more complex than programming in any other language.
But if hyperthreading doesn't work, or IO ain't what you want it to be, or new features don't weld on neatly, well, you just can't carp. Posted Dec 24, 2005 12: SELinux kills multiboot Posted Dec 25, 2005 2: Tape doesn't have that exact failure mode although it has numerous novel and unique failure modes.