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Past few weekends,I'm worked on giis for ext4. I have tested it in Fedora 12, 64 bit. I'm looking for alpha testers (proper credits will be given in THANKS file ...
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- 02-03-2010 #1
giis for ext4
I'm looking for alpha testers (proper credits will be given in THANKS file of the project )
These are the environment I'm looking for,
or any other distro you like.
Only requirement I can think of,
2. e2fsprogs-devel package
If you have these environment and interested in testing the tool. Let me know. I hope to release it by Feb-7th 2010.
- 02-03-2010 #2
Woud a VM environment be OK?"I used to be with it, then they changed what it was.
Now what was it isn't it, and what is it is weird and scary to me.
It'll happen to you too."
The Fifth Continent
- 02-04-2010 #3
I was not sure about it ,so I have checked it with Virtual box + Ubuntu 9.04 , Yes,VM environment works too . I have installed following packages
sudo apt-get install sqlite3 libsqlite3-dev
sudo apt-get install e2fslibs-dev
So VM should work for other distros as well.
- 02-11-2010 #4
Thanks Elija, without your support , It would taken looonger time to release giis-ext4 0.1
Hello LF members,
Here it's Index of /giis , ext4 undelete tool.giis-ext4
uses ext2fs lib and sqlite,thus provides better/best performance than
giis for ext3.
giis-ext4 has less than 1000 LOC which is almost 5 times less original
than giis and giis-ext4 took just around 6 weekends (approx 15
days , 2hrs / day) thanks to ext2fs library
Feedback/comments on giis-ext4 are most welcome.
- 02-11-2010 #5
- 02-11-2010 #6
Can you give us a brief overview...it's an undelete tool you say?
It has various recover options like, get specific user files or get by file type or even by deleted date .You can check out the giis-gui recovery screencasting from here http://www.giis.co.in/giis_gui_recovery.swf for giis ext3.
Now newly released giis-ext4 supports ext4 file system Performance(time taken to update files) of giis for ext3 very poor compared to giis-ext4.