I didn't get many responses on this one.
Dan Stromberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> suggested using gnu tar instead
of ufsdump to do backup.
Rob McCauley <robmccau@RadOnc.Duke.EDU> and Arthur Darren Dunham
<email@example.com> both said it is not possible to skip past the
logical EOD mark with normal drives. They are right.
Thanks to them for responsding.
> We have a DLT tape containing a ufsdump of a filesystem. A couple
> megabytes had been accidentially written to the begining of the tape.
> I know it is possible to skip past the EOM and using dd to read the
> rest of the ufsdump. However, the inodes and directory information
> would presumably be gone. Does anyone know a way to reconstruct
> the files in such situation?
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