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Re: [Bug-ddrescue] Feature Suggestion: Automatic Cooldown mode

From: Antonio Diaz Diaz
Subject: Re: [Bug-ddrescue] Feature Suggestion: Automatic Cooldown mode
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2014 21:55:39 +0100
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David Deutsch wrote:
That's what I was hoping! Sending you the image on a separate,
personal email with the log file next up.

Thanks. It could also be useful to have the final logfile to see where are the unrecoverable errors.

I'm not too sure about that, actually. When I tell ddrescueview to
give me the details on each block, it lists the bad sector as 512
Bytes, with about 200megs of non-trimmed data around that. Or maybe
that's what you meant?

I calculated the mean error size dividing the total error size by the number of errors and I guessed there would be large non-trimmed areas. I see in the logfile that this is true (there are many multi-megabyte non-trimmed areas). I guess many of those large non-trimmed areas will be read fast with '--try-again'.

So would I simply extend my current command to be from now on:

ddrescue -f -n -d -A /dev/sdf /dev/sde logfile

Yes, but just once as you guessed.

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