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Re: [TEKNIK] Hard disk problemer



On 2011-11-22 14:05, Jens Bang wrote:
>> Kør badblocks først og noter fejlene, eller lav redirect så listen gemmes.
>> måske er det kun en sektor der driller, og måske den kan reddes
>> ved reallokering i harddisken (sker internt).
>> Smartctl viste jo kun en fejl på en sektor, men muligvis denne var i
>> superblock....
> 
> badblocks kører endnu, men jeg har indtil videre fået dette output:
> 
> 
> $badblocks -nvs /dev/sdb
> 
> Checking for bad blocks in non-destructive read-write mode
> From block 0 to 488386583
> Checking for bad blocks (non-destructive read-write test)
> Testing with random pattern:  19.64% done, 3:29:32 elapsed
>  20.00% done, 3:33:23 elapsed
> 245749184one, 9:21:16 elapsed
> 245749208one, 9:21:48 elapsed
> 245749209one, 9:22:03 elapsed
> 245749210one, 9:22:19 elapsed
> 245749211one, 9:22:35 elapsed
>  68.86% done, 15:45:52 elapsed
> 
> 
> Jeg gætter på at det betyder at jeg skal gentage nedenstående for hver af
> de nævnte blokke. Er det korrekt? Anden kommando skal vel kun udføres,
> hvis der findes en fejl i den første kommando?
> 
> 
> $  badblocks  -v  /dev/sdb  245749184  245749184
> $  badblocks  -w  /dev/sdb  245749184  245749184


ja du kan prøve, men du anvendte foroven en non-destruktive read-write test
så jeg er ikke klar over om den lykkedes med skrivning.

prøv først at checke med smartctl om der dukkede mere info op om hvad disken
lavede da den læste de defekte sektorer. (flere unrecoverable errors?)


PS
jeg faldt over denne:
http://www.gra2.com/article.php/20041015232512624
måske det kan bruges til at finde ud af om det er en fil og hvilke(n)
der har bad sektors....




 
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