This comprehensive manual covers three areas in which system administrators must be proficient to successfully recover data: the structure and operating principles of the most popular file systems, automatic data recovery techniques, and manual recovery techniques used in cases of total data destruction. Data recovery from hard drives and optical storage in Windows, BSD, and Linux file systems is described, as are automatic recovery utilities, manual and automatic recovery of deleted files on ext2/ext3 partitions and NTFS partitions, formatted NTFS partitions and deleted UFS/FFS files, RAID data recovery, media restoration with physical damage, and data loss prevention.You entrust to hard disks the most valuable item you have a your data. ... The disk reliability is the most important criterion, other factors do not matter much ( except, perhaps, for noise). ... the hundreds of hours specified in documentation as mean time before failure (MTBF), because the manufacturer doesna#39;t take responsibility for the correctness of this value. ... ten disks that crash long before the expiration of the warranty term, even if the disk is positioned as a high-end server model.
|Title||:||Data Recovery Tips & Solutions: Windows, Linux, and BSD|
|Publisher||:||БХВ-Петербург - 2006|