Due to what I think is a failing USB system (too little voltage perhaps)
an external USB hard drive appeared to be unmounted and remounted about
5 times in a very short period of time - maybe less than 10 seconds -
while music was playing from it, resulting in the file system getting
The disk then could not be mounted due to a bad superblock or inode.
Stupidly I did not take this very serious and ran ext3.fsck with yes to
repair as default and it completed successfully and I thought all was
well, so didn't even keep the log/details.
However, when then mounting the disk it appears empty in a file manager
(and also "ls" in terminal returns nothing). But "df" tells me that the
disk has the same amount of data as before (827GB or so).
I am aware of this info and tools:
Am I missing something really useful/crucial?
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