SCSI error in /var/log/message - Networking

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  1. SCSI error in /var/log/message

    hi, everybody:
    I find SCSI error in /var/log/message like:

    Sep 21 06:17:22 TAS-CTC-05 kernel: SCSI error : <0 0 0 0> return code
    = 0x8000002
    Sep 21 06:17:22 TAS-CTC-05 kernel: Info fld=0x4000000 (nonstd),
    Invalid sda: sense = 72 11
    Sep 21 06:17:22 TAS-CTC-05 kernel: end_request: I/O error, dev sda,
    sector 129668183

    I cannot understand the meaning of theres lines.
    With the same machine, if OS is Linux, it cannot work, but if OS is
    Windows(Windows Server 2003), it can work(some files is demaged, but
    the OS is working normally).

    I don't kown why and how to resolve this problem.

  2. Re: SCSI error in /var/log/message

    berlinix wrote:
    > hi, everybody:
    > I find SCSI error in /var/log/message like:
    >
    > Sep 21 06:17:22 TAS-CTC-05 kernel: SCSI error : <0 0 0 0> return code
    > = 0x8000002
    > Sep 21 06:17:22 TAS-CTC-05 kernel: Info fld=0x4000000 (nonstd),
    > Invalid sda: sense = 72 11
    > Sep 21 06:17:22 TAS-CTC-05 kernel: end_request: I/O error, dev sda,
    > sector 129668183
    >
    > I cannot understand the meaning of theres lines.


    It means that the drive reported a read error at sector 129668183, i.e.
    this sector is damaged and the drive found no way or recovering from
    this error.

    > With the same machine, if OS is Linux, it cannot work, but if OS is
    > Windows(Windows Server 2003), it can work(some files is demaged, but
    > the OS is working normally).
    >
    > I don't kown why and how to resolve this problem.


    Resolution: Buy a new hard disk, copy as many files over you can get,
    and put this drive into the trash - it is broken.

    So long,
    Thomas


  3. Re: SCSI error in /var/log/message

    On Oct 6, 8:15*pm, Thomas Richter wrote:
    > berlinix wrote:
    > > hi, everybody:
    > > * I find SCSI error in /var/log/message like:

    >
    > > Sep 21 06:17:22 TAS-CTC-05 kernel: SCSI error : <0 0 0 0> return code
    > > = 0x8000002
    > > Sep 21 06:17:22 TAS-CTC-05 kernel: Info fld=0x4000000 (nonstd),
    > > Invalid sda: sense = 72 11
    > > Sep 21 06:17:22 TAS-CTC-05 kernel: end_request: I/O error, dev sda,
    > > sector 129668183

    >
    > > I cannot understand the meaning of theres lines.

    >
    > It means that the drive reported a read error at sector 129668183, i.e.
    > this sector is damaged and the drive found no way or recovering from
    > this error.
    >
    > > With the same machine, if OS is Linux, it cannot work, but if OS is
    > > Windows(Windows Server 2003), it can work(some files is demaged, but
    > > the OS is working normally).

    >
    > > I don't kown why and how to resolve this problem.

    >
    > Resolution: Buy a new hard disk, copy as many files over you can get,
    > and put this drive into the trash - it is broken.
    >
    > So long,
    > * * * * Thomas


    Thank you for your resolution!

    But as a Linux programmer, I want to know, the means of these output,
    like
    SCSI error : <0 0 0 0>
    return code = 0x8000002
    sense = 72 11

    Can you help me? Thank you so much!

  4. Re: SCSI error in /var/log/message

    Thomas Richter writes:

    >> I don't kown why and how to resolve this problem.

    >
    > Resolution: Buy a new hard disk, copy as many files over you can get,
    > and put this drive into the trash - it is broken.


    Sometimes disk repair programs like SpinRite can restore a bad disk -
    at least enough to get the data off.

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