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  1. ReiserFS or USB ??

    Hi all,

    I'm having some troubles with my external harddrive formated with reiserfs...

    After using for some time, it just disconnects and dmesg shows me this:

    [276439.361676] printk: 1917173 messages suppressed.
    [276439.361684] Buffer I/O error on device sdd1, logical block 74823373
    [276444.306477] printk: 1923272 messages suppressed.
    [276444.306485] Buffer I/O error on device sdd1, logical block 74823373

    Several times.
    Would this be usb trouble on reiserfs trouble ? (It looks to me usb issues).

    I'm using 2.6.25

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  2. Re: ReiserFS or USB ??

    On Mon, 12 May 2008 17:07:12 +0300
    "Felipe Balbi" wrote:

    > Hi all,
    >
    > I'm having some troubles with my external harddrive formated with reiserfs...
    >
    > After using for some time, it just disconnects and dmesg shows me this:
    >
    > [276439.361676] printk: 1917173 messages suppressed.
    > [276439.361684] Buffer I/O error on device sdd1, logical block 74823373
    > [276444.306477] printk: 1923272 messages suppressed.
    > [276444.306485] Buffer I/O error on device sdd1, logical block 74823373
    >
    > Several times.
    > Would this be usb trouble on reiserfs trouble ? (It looks to me usb issues).


    Looks like the disk has a bad sector.

    If it was a reiserfs problem, the kernel would be printing something
    along the lines of "attempt to access beyond end of device".

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