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Fedora can not copy from from external usb HDD

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copy utility failed
cp: cannot stat '/mountpount/CommuniGate/ProcessID': input/output error.

dmesg
UFS-fs warning (device sdb1) ufs_read_inode: unable to read inode 48715403

I have countless number in syslog

Note that sdb is usb hdd  with sdb1 formatted to ufs.

Thank you.
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Question by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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There are multiple UFS dialects - FreeBSD v1 v2, NetBSD v1 v2 and HE/LE , OpenBSD HE and LE
Maybe linux mis-detects and you need to specify exact version
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good point.

1) How to get exact version which is formatted on usb hdd?
Hint: I have formatted that on FreeBSD 8.3
2) specifying is like ufstype=<version>, right?
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1. UFS2 should be it...
2. yes
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