The Recovery Mode is the GRUB menu where one can choose to boot intoa recover environment. This Recovery mode is an approximation of a completeoperating system recovery environment, leaving out many of the finer pointsand details that are typically found in the real full operating systemrecovery environment.
Partition Recovery mode enables you to access the partition, makechanges, and save the changes. Optionally, one can backup thepartition to a file on the disk. For instance, one can change thebootable flag on the partition to enable the partition to be boubtable for GRUB loader so that one can restore the partition at a later time.
If one uses a RAID-0 system for Root partition, then one can often beable to recover the Root partition. There are two probe methods, oneusing the UUID of the array, and a second method using the array'stype. The options are RAID: 0, 1 [legacy], 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, andeternary. One can also specify the maximum size of the filesystem usedfor recovery, in MBs. If no recovery filesystem is specified, thewarranty defaults to 100%.
When one uses GRUB to recover the partitions, one can specify what ismaintain as a complete option. This includes a type of filesystemused, a mount point, contents, filesystem label, filesystem protection,and a backup file. One can also choose whether to proceed with recoveryfrom the current state of the partition or from a previously saved backup.
One can also access all files in the partition, even those that aprevious backup is not available for. One can also compare data blocksand determine if they match the backup data. Any files in the storage medium that are not present in the partition will throw a "File Not Found" error.System files, and reserved files are ignored. If one wants to restore afile, then it is possible to restore it to the original location ofthe partition, or to a different partition.
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