Re: ext3 corruption
From: Duane Griffin
Date: Wed Aug 09 2006 - 20:05:52 EST
On 10/08/06, Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If it doesn't take into account own changes, then the -n command is
unable to produce even a slightly accurate resemblence of what would
happen if I did a real run.
It takes into account some of them (such as reading data from the
backup superblock if it detects corruption). Others will be irrelevent
for further operations. Many reports will be accurate, especially
fatal ones. I consider that useful, YMMV.
"I never could learn to drink that blood and call it wine" - Bob Dylan
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