dd_rescue: Recover data from media with errors.
dd_rescue copies data from media with errors. It also supports reverse direction copying, so you can approach bad spots on your media from both directions.
The dd_rhelp tool automates this.
gnu_ddrescue has superceded the functionality for dd_rescue's primary purpose:
Copying data in presence of errors. In many scenarios, gnu_ddrescue is easier
to operate than dd_rescue with dd_rhelp.
dd_rescue is still very useful for some special features such as the splice and
sparse copies, preallocation and secure overwriting with random numbers.
The plugins to dd_rescue provide real additional value:
* hash calculation while copying, optionally even S3 multipart style
* lzo (de)compression while copying
* (de/en)crypting files while copying
dd_rescue also features optional bandwidth limitations and writing to several output files.
|dd_rescue-1.99.8.tar.bz2||0000174594 171 KB||about 2 years|
|dd_rescue-1.99.8.tar.bz2.asc||0000000811 811 Bytes||about 2 years|
|dd_rescue.changes||0000025005 24.4 KB||over 1 year|
|dd_rescue.keyring||0000090709 88.6 KB||about 3 years|
|dd_rescue.spec||0000006024 5.88 KB||over 1 year|
|ddr_1998-alg-caseindep.diff||0000004170 4.07 KB||almost 2 years|
|ddr_1998-check-nofail-noxattr.diff||0000004103 4.01 KB||almost 2 years|
|ddr_1998-ossl11-warn.diff||0000003143 3.07 KB||almost 2 years|
|ddr_1998-sysrandom.diff||0000001446 1.41 KB||almost 2 years|
|ddr_1998-testhole.diff||0000001265 1.24 KB||almost 2 years|