On 20Sep2018 19:06, Ranjan Maitra <maitra(a)email.com> wrote:
I am sorry to return to this, but I am still struggling to find out
to how to find files that had bad blocks in my old drive.
To recap, in order to rescue a failing disk with an xfs filesystem, I used ddrescue to
copy the contents to an identically sized, but healthy disk.
The mapfile from ddrescue clearly indicated several bad sectors.
ddrescue on the new disk found no problems, but I know there are affected files (the
source disk was over 95% full), and I would like to know what those files are called.
See "man xfs_db". It looks like the "blockget -v -b block-number"
provide useful info.
Cameron Simpson <cs(a)cskk.id.au>