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extundelete

 
Recover deleted files from ext3 or ext4 partitions by parsing the journal. See also date for Unix time information and umount for unmounting partitions. More information: http://extundelete.sourceforge.net.
 
  • Restore all deleted files inside partition N on device X:
     
    sudo extundelete {{/dev/sdXN}} --restore-all
     
  • Restore a file from a path relative to root (Do not start the path with /):
     
    extundelete {{/dev/sdXN}} --restore-file {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Restore a directory from a path relative to root (Do not start the path with /):
     
    extundelete {{/dev/sdXN}} --restore-directory {{path/to/directory}}
     
  • Restore all files deleted after January 1st, 2020 (in Unix time):
     
    extundelete {{/dev/sdXN}} --restore-all --after {{1577840400}}

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