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Old 8th July 2007, 10:22
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Default where are the "deleted inodes"?

I was reading a how-to about recovering deleted files
http://www.linux.com/base/ldp/howto/...ndeletion.html
the first step in the recovery process is to find out the deleted inodes.
I want to try it on my machine, so I first deleted some irrelevant files on my root partition and then ran debugfs, opened my root partition device node read-only, but the "lsdel" command gave me nothing.
does that mean nowadays the ext3 filesystem no longer keeps recently deleted inodes around?
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Old 9th July 2007, 16:35
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Originally Posted by baritono
does that mean nowadays the ext3 filesystem no longer keeps recently deleted inodes around?
No. But unfortunately I have no solution for your problem.
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