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I have huge number of files on folder and it's taking hours to delete. I think it will be faster if I could delete them using two process: delete from top to down and bottom to up. Is there any way for so? submitted by /u/procipher [link] [comments]

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I'm attempting to learn Linux on my own via the Linux Foundation. So far it seems pretty decent in ways of learning the basics. Are there other, more effective mediums to use? submitted by /u/Kincaid86 [link] [comments]

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I found this old (closed) thread on Ubuntu forums where OP asked whether he could read data from an unfinished ddrescue clone. One of the answers he got was ... when ddrescue makes an image it will copy bad sectors, everything, but if it doesn't complete you will have nothing, at least nothing resembling a filesystem. Is this correct? In my world (and brace yourself, I have a very limited understanding of partitions, file systems, and data storage, but I'm trying to learn), this would work fine. That is, say that you have a 100GB hard drive where you manage to copy the first 50GB. Couldn't you here just write 50GB of random data for the other half of the hard drive image, if the partition expects there to be 100GB worth of data, and then have a lot of corrupted, non-working files. Is this maybe what ddrescue does when it finnishes the whole process, and if that is the case, can you invoke it somehow after the fact? Or have I completely misunderstood how everything fits together? submitted by /u/Speldosa [link] [comments]

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