Solved, was: Is it possible to recover deleted ext2 partitions??
On Fri, 21 Nov 2003 14:08:20 +0530,
"Vikas B N" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hello All,
> I finally recovered all my partitions back!
> Thanks to all who helped me! (Michael,Anita,Alvin) :)
> and to Michail Brzitwa who wrote "gpart". :)
> Thanks are also due to the guys who wrote the
> "linux partitioning how-to".
> For the benefit of others who might face the same,
> (though I hope not),
> I ran gpart and got the exact sizes of the partitions
> involved. Then used fdisk to delete the remaining one
> logical partition(swap space) and recreated all other
> logical partitions by giving the exact size reported
> by gpart. I wrote the partition table to disk, rebooted
> and mounted those partitions and voila!
> I have all the data and partitions intact now.
> Just to add, one of the partitions was a FAT32 one,
> which was also recovered!!
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