prints the contents of the journal. The option -p allows it to pack the
journal with other metadata into the archive.
prints the journal header.
prints the formatted nodes of the internal tree of the filesystem.
prints the formatted nodes of all used blocks of the filesystem.
prints the contents of the bitmap (slightly useful).
prints the objectid map (slightly useful).
takes the list of bad blocks stored in the internal ReiserFS tree and
translates it into an ascii list written to the specified file.
prints the specified block of the filesystem.
extracts the filesystem's metadata with debugreiserfs -p /dev/xxx |
gzip -c > xxx.gz. None of your data are packed unless a filesystem
corruption presents when the whole block having this corruption is packed.
You send us the output, and we use it to create a filesystem with the same
strucure as yours using debugreiserfs -u. When the data file is not
too large, this usually allows us to quickly reproduce and debug the
builds the ReiserFS filesystem image with gunzip -c xxx.gz |
debugreiserfs -u /dev/image of the previously packed metadata with
debugreiserfs -p. The result image is not the same as the original
filesystem, because mostly only metadata were packed with debugreiserfs
-p, but the filesystem structure is completely recreated.
When -S is not specified -p deals with blocks marked used in the
filesystem bitmap only. With this option set debugreiserfs will
work with the entire device.
When -p is in use, suppress showing the speed of progress.
Please report bugs to the ReiserFS developers
<firstname.lastname@example.org>, providing as much information as
possible--your hardware, kernel, patches, settings, all printed messages;
check the syslog file for any related information.