Re: Rescuing files from a LVM partition

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Andrew Stewart wrote:
> I have two servers running FC3.  The first machine (called Orca) has died
> due to what is likely a problem on the logic board or power supply.
> Unfortunately there are some critical files that I need to rescue from the
> lone drive on Orca.  I retrieved the hd and threw it into an external
> casing, and hooked it up to my Mac.. Only to find that the drive is
> formatted with an "Linux LVM partition".  I started doing a little homework
> and now have a basic understanding of what this exactly means.
You may want to take a look at the System Rescue CD. It is a live CD
that will help you recover your data. It can handle LVM partitions
and volume groups.


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for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!

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