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bug#29084: parted mklabel

From: Jon Bendtsen
Subject: bug#29084: parted mklabel
Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2017 09:07:56 +0000

I have scripts that regularly do an fdisk –l and put it into a subversion repository (on another server, and I have it checked out on my desktop).


Why? Because this gives me all the information I need to make the partitions again should I need it.


I also save mdadm, lvm, smart, … and a lot other information about my disks.



Occasionally there are changes, and then I get an alert about it, usually because I resized a logical volume group, but it has also been because a disk stopped responding.



No I wont send you the scripts, because you’ll learn more by doing and implementing them yourself.





From: Maher Hamdan [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: 1. november 2017 19:42
To: 'Josep Lladonosa'
Cc: Jon Bendtsen; address@hidden
Subject: RE: bug#29084: parted mklabel


Thanks for the advice have a good day!


From: Josep Lladonosa [mailto:address@hidden]
Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2017 11:34 AM
To: Maher Hamdan <address@hidden>
Cc: Jon Bendtsen <address@hidden>; address@hidden
Subject: Re: bug#29084: parted mklabel




On 1 November 2017 at 18:13, Maher Hamdan <address@hidden> wrote:

Hi Jon

As far as the partitions one primary the other logical volumes.



Why don't you use the Testdisk tool to recover lost partitions?






On Nov 1, 2017 2:04 AM, "Jon Bendtsen" <address@hidden> wrote:

Well, how many partitions did you have on your machine before wiping the partition table on the disk?


And which kind?




From: bug-parted [mailto:bug-parted-bounces+jbendtsen=address@hidden] On Behalf Of Maher Hamdan
Sent: 31. oktober 2017 16:52
To: address@hidden
Subject: bug#29084: parted mklabel
Importance: High





I ran “parted mklabel /dev/sda”  on my redhat 6.9 server and I am in the system in rescue mode what do I need to do next?


Please help our production sever is down.







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