* I'm cross posting in the File Recovery forum, because I'm desperately trying both.
I have 3 1.5TB drives in a Linux software raid 5 array. While I was copying files from it, I started getting I/O errors and discovered the array had dropped to only one drive. There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with any of the drives, so I re-created the array fine, but the filesystem is damaged,
fdisk -l /dev/md0 : Disk /dev/md0 doesn't contain a valid partition table
When I run testdisk, it finds like a hundred random partitions of NTFS, Fat16, Fat12, all sorts of odd things. It does see what I assume is the one I want:
Linux 365921095 0 1 1098490310 1 4 5860553728
EXT4 Large file Sparse superblock Recover, 3000 GB / 2794 GiB
but that is in the "The following partitions can't be recovered:" list.
Here is the full log. https://dl.dropbox.com/u/355305/testdisk.log
Looking for any suggestions, or just a confirmation from an expert if it's really too far gone. I can't seem to wipe the drives and start over while I cling to this tiny hope of saving the data!
How to use TestDisk to recover lost partition
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