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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.18 floppy driver EATS floppies
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On 5 May 2002 11:17, Chris Rankin wrote:
> May 5 13:32:36 twopit kernel: floppy0: sector not found: track 0, head 0,
> sector 6, size 2 May 5 13:32:37 twopit kernel: floppy0: sector not found:
> track 0, head 0, sector 6, size 2 May 5 13:32:37 twopit kernel:
> end_request: I/O error, dev 02:00 (floppy), sector 5 May 5 13:32:37 twopit
> kernel: 2nd bread in fat_access failed

Kernel says there is a bad sector.
Did you verify that your floppy is ok?

OTOH, sector errors shouldn't lead to unkillable processes.
If they do, that's a bug.
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