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Re: OT: Partition table lost
From: Arkadiy Chapkis - Arc (achapkisdls.net)
Date: Sat Nov 27 2004 - 08:45:58 CST
Yes, looks like kernel sees it:
# cat /proc/partitions
8 16 194131168 sdb
8 17 194129428 sdb1
But none of the fs utilities do (e2fsck, mount, fdisk). There is ext3 filesystem on this partition, how do I get it
back? Is there a specific module(s) I should be looking to tell kernel to make the partition available to the rest of
>> Below is partial output of dmesg related to scsi.
>> SCSI device sda: drive cache: write back
>> sda: sda1 sda2
>> SCSI device sdb: drive cache: write back
>> sdb: sdb1
>So, as far as kernel is concerned, you have your partition tables
>even if you cannot find them with fdisk (where most likely you are
>trying to list wrong types). Try typing 'cat /proc/partitions'
>and see what this will show.
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