Bogdan Sarandan wrote:
Hello, I want to know if there is any way to recover data from a damage lvm2 partition. The case is like this. We had a fedora core 7 server and i ran the command fsck when the disk was mounted and running. I was not able to boot the disk anymore after I typed fsck. Now that disk is in another computer running linux. I am not able to mount that partition anymore. The error is like this: rds:/ # mount /dev/sdb2 /mnt/sdb2 mount: unknown filesystem type 'LVM2_member' Can you please tell me a way to recover my data from that lvm2 type partition ? Thanks,
You need to add it to an LVM2 volume group, and then fsck the logical volume. Your best chance is to use a backup superblock (see man e2fsck) but if the fsck completed, it's probably wiped out.
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