How to perform Data Recovery in Linux? Like UNIX, Linux is also an operating system which functions using the Kernel of a Monolithic type. The operating system is very popular among the computer users and is being installed on the large number of systems, tablets, super computers, main frames, micro computers etc. According to the survey, it has been proved that the use of Linux exceeds more than 60% as the completer global installations. The distribution of the opens USE, Ubuntu and Fedora has also played a vital role in the enhancing the popularity of this operating system. Although, the Linux operating system is well equipped with the advanced technology and the variety of new features, but still under worst case circumstances, it can lead to the accidental loss of data.
Now, what should be done under such conditions? What should be done so that you would be able to recover the whole lost data in the similar form as it was lost? Because of the large volume of users who use this operating system on the daily basis, there is a possibility that it may lead to the data loss. The trouble shooting technique may not always favor you to recover the files which were lost accidentally. So, it is preferred whether to prepare a back up copy well in advance so that it can be utilized efficaciously in the time of needs or the other and perhaps the most commonly used option is to install the data recovery software.
The errors which are most commonly encountered in the Linux operating systems are: •
A large number of the mounted file systems.
Error occurred in the file system.
Grub Error 12 or the external device may not be able to access properly.
The error 17 or in other words, the occurrence of this error leads to the error in the selected partitions, and many more.
If you have somewhat knowledge about the trouble shooting of the Linux operating system, then you must be aware of the “fsck” command. This command will provide access to the computer user to run the command in the read only as well as in the insert mode. If under some condition, the fsck command fails to run then you can use the fsck- f which will enable the command to run forcefully. In the above mentioned command the character “f” signifies the function forcefully. The Unistal data recovery software especially made for the Linux operating system is used exclusively for the lost data recovery in the Linux operating systems. This software will also offer you the step by step instructions which must be executed in order to install the software properly. The step wise instructions help in creating the user friendly interface between the software and the user. The software guarantees the recovery of data, however, the command “fsck” does not guarantee the recovery and above all it leads to the low level of data recovery which can be harmful.
Description: The Unistal's data recovery software especially made for the Linux operating system is exclusively used for the lost data recover .
The Unistal's data recovery software especially made for the Linux operating system is exclusively used for the lost data recover .