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PROGRAM:

NAME


extundelete - utility to undelete files from an ext3 or ext4 partition.

SYNOPSIS


extundelete [options] device-file...

DESCRIPTION


extundelete is a utility that can recover deleted files from an ext3 or ext4 partition
extundelete uses the information stored in the partition's journal to attempt to recover a
file that has been deleted from the partition.
There is no guarantee that any particular file will be able to be undeleted, so always try
to have a good backup system in place, or at least put one in place after recovering your
files!

OPTIONS


--version
Prints the version number of extundelete.

--help Print a brief usage summary for extundelete.

Partition name
Name of the partition that has deleted files, such as /dev/sda3.
Could also be the file name of a copy of the partition, such as that made with dd.

--superblock
Prints information about the filesystem from the superblock.

--journal --superblock
Prints information about the journal from the journal's superblock.

--inode #
Prints the information from the inode number of the filesystem given, such as
"--inode 2".

--block #
Prints the contents of the block, called as "--block 9652".

--restore-file path/to/deleted/file
Attempts to restore the file which was deleted at the given filename, called as
"--restore-file dirname/filename".

--restore-inode #
Used to restore inodes by number, called as "--restore-inode 2569".
Also accepts a list of inodes separated by only commas, such as "--restore-inode
2569,5692,6925".

--restore-files filename
Restores a list of files. First, construct a list of files in the same style as
would be
used in the --restore-file option, and save it to the file "filename".
Then, this option may be used to attempt to restore those files with a single call
to extundelete.
This form also reduces redundancy from multiple calls parsing the journal multiple
times.

--restore-all
Restores all files possible to undelete to their names before deletion, when
possible. Other files are restored to a filename like "file.NNNN".

--restore-directory path/of/directory
Restores all files possible to link to specified directory to their names before
deletion, when possible.

-j journal_dev
Specifies the device that is the external journal of the file system.

-b block_number
Specifies the block number of the backup superblock to be used when opening the
file system.

-B block_size
Specifies the block size of the partition to be used when opening the file system.

--before date
Only restore files deleted before the date specified, which should be in the form
of the number of seconds since the UNIX epoch. Use a shell command like
$ date -d "Aug 1 9:02" +%s
to convert a human-readable date to the proper format. The conversion from the
number of seconds to a readable format may be found by using either of the
following:
$ date -d@1234567890
$ perl -le "print scalar localtime 1234567890"

--after date
Only restore files deleted after the date specified, which should be in the form of
the number of seconds since the UNIX epoch.
See the notes for the --before option for more information.

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