R-Linux 5.6.175721

Questions on file recovery and disk unformat using the R-Undelete program.
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R-Linux 5.6.175721

Post by R-tt Team » Wed Dec 25, 2019 12:34 pm

A new build of free R-Linux for Linux and Windows is available for download.
New features:
+ Automatic recognition and assembly of complex disk manager objects whose components are also various disk manager objects. This may be useful for data recovery from various NAS devices.
+ Get Info panel has been added to the Content pane. Detailed information about a selected file.

* Search for deleted files has been improved for the Ext2/3/4 and UFS1/UFS2 file systems.
* File enumeration speed has been increased by several dozen times for Ext2/3/4 partitions.
* Folder scan to improve folder tree reconstruction on recognized Ext2/3/4 partitions.
* Ext4fs extent reconstruction for large deleted files even if they are not in the file system journal.
* LVM processing has been improved.
* The algorithm for estimation of file recovery probability has been improved.
* Memory usage has been optimized and debugged.

- The program may have crashed while analyzing damaged Ext4FS file systems. Fixed
- The program may have crashed during performing recheck recovery chances. Fixed.
- The Find Previous Version of the File command may have worked incorrectly. Fixed.
- Sometimes mdadm RAIDs could not be automatically assembled from images. Fixed.
- The program may have frozen when one LDM disk was disconnected and the Reassemble button was clicked.
- Some small interface and cosmetic bugs have been fixed.