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Re: logical block out of range
In the tradition of those who respond to their own postings I performed this
experiment again, adding a count=17916240 (17916240 is the size of sd0c
according to disklabel). Since I didn't receive the error this time, I
assume the error was just a result of trying to read beyond the last logical
block. To confirm this, I tried "dd if=/dev/sd0c of=/dev/null
skip=17916240". This reproduced the error. I also tried this on an IDE
system which responded somewhat more verbosely, but less clearly.
On Wed, Jan 24, 2001 at 12:44:38PM -0500, myself wrote:
> I just found the following error in my log after doing a "dd if=/dev/rsd0c
> of=/dev/null". I am running a kernel compiled out of current.
> Jan 23 15:38:38 dejavu /bsd: sd0(ncr0:0:0): Check Condition on opcode 28
> Jan 23 15:38:38 dejavu /bsd: SENSE KEY: Illegal Request
> Jan 23 15:38:38 dejavu /bsd: ASC/ASCQ: Logical Block Address Out of Range
> Jan 23 15:38:38 dejavu /bsd: SKSV: Error in CDB, Offset 2
Anyhow, I apologize for thinking out loud on the list.
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