leaf is going to be down through monday morning.
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Mon Jul 3 17:16:18 PDT 2006
:too bad, I have a thread library supports C++ object unwinding on leaf
:machine, it can both be used by dragonfly and freebsd, am I totally
:lost ? I should search it on my local disks now.
It may be recoverable.
Leaf is now back up with the June 1 backup restored on it.
I managed to restore a good chunk of /home from the crashed disk. A
lot of directory linkages were lost, though, and probably a lot of
data considering the number of read errors I got on the original disk
while I was making a copy of it.
I am now in the midst of copying the restored /home directories to
/build/lost+found on leaf. It will probably take a few hours to copy
them all over. However, if you don't want to wait, you can look in:
Please do not write to that filesystem, however, it's a forced mount
of an unclean disk image that has been fscked once, but is still a
Pleaes copy all the restored data that you want to keep that isn't already
in your home directory back to your home directory. I'll leave the stuff
in /build for a month or so before I delete it. Once the /mnt2 -> /build
copy is finished, I will remove /mnt2 since it is a temporary VN disk
mounted on top of an NFS-mounted disk image.
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