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    SubjectRe: Why are bad disk sectors numbered strangely, and what happens to them?
    On Mon, Oct 13, 2003 at 07:24:00PM +0900, Norman Diamond wrote:
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    > I agree, we are not sure if a read will do that. That is the reason why two
    > of my preceding questions were:
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    > How can I find out which file contains the bad sector? I would like to
    > try to recreate the file from a source of good data.

    this was gibven to me on this list by Al Viro a couple of years back.
    Worked fine for me.

    find /usr/lib -type f|sed -e 's!.*!cat & >/dev/null || echo &!'|sh

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