undo rm -rf *

Celik celik.n.00 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 29 06:40:44 UTC 2013

 At some point a

> pseudo-rm is going to fail, either because the implementer didn't handle
> some corner case correctly, or because you typed rm instead of nrm, or
> because a file was removed by a program without anyone typing anything,
> and the only solution is to have a backup. So if you're going to have a
> backup anyway, what's the point?

Lets say we did a daily backup at 9:00am and deleted some files by error at
5:00 pm. Then what???

A daily backup plus some kind of control mechanism prior to rm (ls and/or
nrm) seems to solve the above mentioned scenario. Anyway that's what I've
learned from my experience.

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