Well, the story is like this.
I tried to increase a XEN disk image, using dd and appending space to the end, then checking the filesystem and mk2fs.
This HAD data on it, some data that I`m desperately trying to recover.
Of course everything got screwed, and I`ve been trying for the past 4-5 days all sorts of recovery methods, but I think I`m doing something wrong.
Note this is a xen disk image, not a xen lv.
I tried using fdisk to find superblocks and recovering data off of it, but the boot partition is fine. The second partition is screwed and even though fsck shows :
root@blue one]# fsck /dev/loop0
fsck 1.39 (29-May-2006)
e2fsck 1.39 (29-May-2006)
/dev/loop0: clean, 11/2611200 files, 93201/5216774 blocks
When mounting this, it only shows lost+found.