Backups: Beep Beep Beep

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mostly for end users. I’m decommissioning a server that is barely used. The only user left on the system, after being warned about the decommissioning informs me that the files are mostly corrupted on the system. The system is almost as old as I am and the files in question were changed roughly half a decade ago. Backups, even if they existed are long gone.

It appears that the former owner of the server converted the system to a virtual hypervisor around that time. Why the files are corrupted are beyond me. If files were across the board corrupted then the system would not be booting or giving other errors. Maybe /home was selectively corrupted? That would be very… odd.

Regardless, it’s important to not rely on saving your files on remote servers. Make certain you keep a backup. Verify your content!

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