I was attempting to modify the permission of my 4TB external hard drive to enable streaming to another machine via a third party app. The process was taking a long time, so I left the computer alone and came back some time later. On return, the computer had gone to sleep, and when reexamining the drive, I saw that the filesystem appeared empty, whereas before there were 2.3TB of data. On viewing the Properties menu of the disk, it said that there were 5GB of data.
Is it possible that the original data is still present, just hidden somehow? If so, how could I recover it?
I’m relatively new to ubuntu and would appreciate any help, as many of the photos on that hard drive are irreplaceable.
I don’t use Google Drive very much, but I noticed I had a couple of files in the “shared with me” section of the Google Drive web app. So I decided to remove them from view, and the only way to do that is to delete them, one by one.
Removed one file.
One removed file is still accessible by collaborators.
I don’t own any of these files. They were shared with me. So what exactly did I just remove then? I can’t possibly remove things that I don’t own? I assume that the last notification indicates that the owner can still access his own file… duh! But the question still remains, what is it that I’m removing then? Removing myself from the access list of a file I didn’t own in the first place?…
Interestingly, most of these files were things like PDF files and shared Google Maps locations, things that were shared publicly, links to which I must have clicked on at some point on different websites. So I was never really “collaborating” with any of these people, the owners of these files, so they never shared the links to these files with me directly and I was never on any kind of access list.
I did this:
- I created a Google Drive folder in Ubuntu 18.04 with FUSE filesystem over Google Drive.
- I created a folder inside Google Drive called “cloud”
- chmod 777 /home/user/GoogleDrive/cloud
edit smb.conf and put:
[cloud] comment = cloud path = /home/user/GoogleDrive/cloud public = yes read only = no writeable = yes browseable = yes valid users = nobody guest ok = yes available = yes printable = no create mask = 0777 directory mask = 0777
I do not have access to my “cloud” folder (with or without “sudo”)
0 down vote favorite I have an Exagrid with a 9 TB drive. It showing as full, but I’m only using 3 TB.
[root@RFExaGrid1 shares]# lsblk NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT sda 8:0 0 9.1T 0 disk ├─sda1 8:1 0 46.6G 0 part / ├─sda2 8:2 0 11.2G 0 part [SWAP] └─sda3 8:3 0 9T 0 part /home1 sdb 8:16 0 7.5G 0 disk └─sdb1 8:17 0 7.5G 0 part [root@RFExaGrid1 shares]#
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We are supporting SharePoint 2013 onpremises with Search topology running specifically on two servers with 20 Million items in index location.
The search index space is occupying 300 GB space in each server as we have index component running on two search servers.
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