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sbp2 drive errors
Subject: sbp2 drive errors
Author: TheMartian    Posted: 2005-06-18 07:25:48    Length: 1,334 byte(s)
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this one is driving me nuts, and googling shows nothing striking

the issue is when I mount any sbp2 drive (tried several lacie D2 FW400
drives) drive, all mounts ok, and I can read/write etc from a shell
without any issues

now the strange one, fire up mc then try and copy to the same disk, or
even move files around on that disk, and I get a I/O error

nothing at all is noted in any logs, and once I exit mc all is well with
the disk, fsck shows nothing wrong (ext2 formatted)

the same is true if I try and write to the sbp2 disk via any form of
network connection

the drive is mounted on a box running gentoo sol6 2.6.7-gentoo-r11, as
does one of the machines I tried to copy from across the network. Also
tried a Mac as the source for a network copy, with no difference.

moved the drive to the other gentoo box, which made no difference,
upgraded kernels to the bleeding edge etc, also made no difference

both gentoo boxes are identical hardware:

ASUS P4C800E motherboard
Intel P4 3.2GHz Prescott
2GB Ram
4 x 400GB HDD (internal)
Nvidia 6800U
adaptec 2940UW

And yes I have tried this with HT on and off, which also made no difference

any ideas?

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Subject: sbp2 drive errors
Author: J.O. Aho    Posted: 2005-06-18 09:19:05    Length: 691 byte(s)
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TheMartian wrote:
QUOTE
this one is driving me nuts, and googling shows nothing striking

the issue is when I mount any sbp2 drive (tried several lacie D2 FW400
drives) drive, all mounts ok, and I can read/write etc from a shell
without any issues

now the strange one, fire up mc then try and copy to the same disk, or
even move files around on that disk, and I get a I/O error

What happens if you remerge mc?



  //Aho

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Subject: sbp2 drive errors
Author: TheMartian    Posted: 2005-06-18 09:45:44    Length: 752 byte(s)
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J.O. Aho wrote:
QUOTE
TheMartian wrote:

this one is driving me nuts, and googling shows nothing striking

the issue is when I mount any sbp2 drive (tried several lacie D2 FW400
drives) drive, all mounts ok, and I can read/write etc from a shell
without any issues

now the strange one, fire up mc then try and copy to the same disk, or
even move files around on that disk, and I get a I/O error


What happens if you remerge mc?



//Aho

makes no difference :-(

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Subject: sbp2 drive errors
Author: Paul Bredbury    Posted: 2005-06-18 12:33:46    Length: 748 byte(s)
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TheMartian wrote:
QUOTE
the issue is when I mount any sbp2 drive (tried several lacie D2 FW400
drives) drive, all mounts ok, and I can read/write etc from a shell
without any issues

now the strange one, fire up mc then try and copy to the same disk, or
even move files around on that disk, and I get a I/O error

Is this "slab corruption"?  Mentioned at
http://kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.6/ChangeLog-2.6.12

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