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I keep trying to run e2undel but it stops the scan after this output. searching for deleted inodes on /dev/c/c: |====find_del(): Ext2 file too big in ext2_block_iterat I am running ...
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    e2undel keeps stopping


    I keep trying to run e2undel but it stops the scan after this output.

    searching for deleted inodes on /dev/c/c:
    |====find_del(): Ext2 file too big in ext2_block_iterat

    I am running the e2undel with -a option.

    Is there any way to force the e2undel to keep running once it hits the large file.

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    Version 0.82, the most recent, was produced in April 2004 - about 5 ahd a half years ago- to work on ext2. A bit old. Are you still using ext2?

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    Okay so here are some more tdetails.

    The drives were runnign ina readynas Nas.
    That uses LVm for raid managment. I was able to access and mount the volume on my ubuntu box using a promise raid card. e2undel does not work. I am currently using a program called recovery, that seems to be doing the job but not as intuative. Only issue is it does not even try to recover file names.
    It names each filedump_inode#
    while e2undel atleast tried to determine the extension for the file.

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