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Re: [Bug-ddrescue] Version 1.15-rc1 of GNU ddrescue released

From: Antonio Diaz Diaz
Subject: Re: [Bug-ddrescue] Version 1.15-rc1 of GNU ddrescue released
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2011 16:54:53 +0100
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Dennis Juhler Aagaard wrote:
I am sending the file to an HFS+ Raid over network via AFP (Appe File Protocol)
The log file is now at 449MB. So its rather large.

That logfile is enormous and could be the cause of the slow speed. I guess the number of errors in your drive is about 10 million.

As said above so i am recovering to an AFP network share. Maybe that is the 

Maybe someone in the list have experience with this.

I use the command sudo ddrescue -S -r3 /dev/diskXsX /PATH/DiskImage.dmg 

Have you tried without the '-S'?

Nope, can i stop the recovery and continoue with the same log file and dest. 
image just without the Sparse option?

Yes of course.

The odd thing is that recovery's below the 300-400Gb harddrives are very fast. 
I get depending how damaged the drives are, between 20 and 40 MB/s data 
throughput and thats recovering to an AFP network share.

Had those drives as many errors as the one you are rescuing now?


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