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Flash boot i/o errors

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Getting i/o errors on boot disk! time to swap to new usb stick i guess or would there be another cause?


Dec 7 15:30:23 x kernel: print_req_error: I/O error, dev sda, sector 31128616
Dec 7 15:30:23 x kernel: print_req_error: I/O error, dev sda, sector 31128632
Dec 7 15:30:23 x kernel: print_req_error: I/O error, dev sda, sector 31128656

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Hard to say.  Are you then getting a ton of "Bread" errors?  That would imply that the drive dropped offline.  And could be an issue with flash or the port.

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Sometimes you can rectify such an issue by reformatting and recreating the flash drive.     Do you have a backup (as that will contain your key file and configuration files).    If that does not rectify the problem then it is possible the flash drive is failing.

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No other errors apart from what was in first post.

 

Sorted just put backup on new stick and transferred license all good now.

I could have tried format on original but for the sake of few quid just got a new stick to be safe.

Cheers

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