Question: Undo a shell script when input file is overwritten
9 days ago by
jrj.healey ♦ 12k
jrj.healey ♦ 12k wrote:
As others have said, your data is long gone, unless:
- You have the original input data, and can simply recompute it easily enough.
- Your server/SysAdmin has configured regular snapshots, but this isn't that common, and would probably only get you to whereever you were yesterday.
There's no such thing as a
recycle bin on Unix, so when you delete stuff - you really delete stuff.
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