dd_rescue - Fault tolerant "dd" utility for rescuing data from bad media
ddrescue is a utility similar to the system utility "dd" which copies data from a file or block device to another. ddrescue does however not abort on errors in the input file. This makes it suitable for rescuing data from media with errors, e.g. a disk with bad sectors. This package includes dd_rhelp, a wrapper script facilitating data recovery.
|dd_rescue-1.99.8-1.fc26.src [243 KiB]||
by Lawrence R. Rogers (2017-12-03):
* Release 1.99.8-1 Version 1.99.8 brings compatibility with OpenSSL-1.1. Trouble was that the EVP interface has significantly changed. Thanks got to Marcus Meissner for contributing the patch. I used the opportunity to structure the AES plugins a bit better; also the test_aes program now uses CPU detection and can thus be used in the check target.
|dd_rescue-1.99.5-1.fc26.src [239 KiB]||
by Lawrence R. Rogers (2016-12-29):
* Release 1.99.5-1 Version 1.99.5 (2016-12-29) Version 1.99.5 has two compiler fixes and a better estimation (and thus better progress reporting) of the transfer length. It also has a new ratecontrol feature, allowing to throttle the speed with which data gets copied. Version 1.99.4 (2016-08-25) Version 1.99.4 has a couple of fixes on top of 1.99: A memory corruption was resolved when using fmt_int() improperly, which was the case when a list of bad blocks was written out with -b. Thanks to Marc Thomas for reporting and debugging. A segfault with the graph with reverse direction copies was also fixed as well as improved flexibility to compile ddr_crypt plugin with incomplete support for new insns.