dd to create a imagefile of a partition of my external hdd. I used the
'conv=noerror,sync' option to skip readerrors and it did a full copy.
'sudo dd if=/dev/sdd of="/media/me/out/theimage.img" conv=noerror,sync'
Now I noticed that
fsck returns some errors on the source-disk
/dev/sdd. I had fsck repair the disk, which went well.
Now the question is: Should I make a new imagefile? Could it be that
dd missed some data due to corrupted filesystem or some such?
Or can I use fsck to fix the imagefile just like it fixed the disk?
Right now if I run fsck on the image file, it screams at me that there are issues with the filesystem...