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Recovering from WD My Book Live update failure

sudo parted -l
sudo fuseext2 -o ro -o sync_read /dev/sdb4 ~/wd

sudo mount -a
cat /etc/fstab
//192.168.1.1/Public/WD /media/myNet cifs username=****, password=****, iocharset=utf8, sec=ntlm 0 0

rsync -azvr --progress Data/ /media/myNet/Data/

MB SEC
10m  1.0 sec
100m 10.0 sec
1000m 100.0 sec
1024m 102.4 sec

1g 1.7 min
10g 17.0 min
10g 0.28 hrs
100g 2.8 hrs
200g 5.6 hrs
500g 14.0 hrs
1000g 28.0 hrs
1500g 42.0 hrs
2000g 56.0 hrs

10361943.94 bytes/sec
10119.08588 kb/sec
9.881919804 MB/sec


http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2010/09/rsync-command-examples/
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently
http://john-hunt.com/2013/04/25/recovering-data-from-a-wd-mybook-live-2tb-3tbor-similar/



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