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FAILURE - WRITE_DMA status=41<READY,ERROR> error=10<NID_NOT_FOUND> LBA=12078

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Error while trying to check with fsck.

FAILURE - WRITE_DMA status=41&lt;READY,ERROR&gt; error=10&lt;NID_NOT_FOUND&gt; LBA=12078

Probably, it occurs even when system just works.

FreeBSD 8.3 on Virtual Machine.

There are a lot of such error  occurs.
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Is there flash media under the hood? It is very unhappy when you read sector that was never written.
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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There is no flash drive.
this error occurs when fsck for /dev/ad0s1a it's a virtual hard disk partition
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Go up tp [request attention] button and state your virtualisation technology and ask to add topic areas related.
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Also in my host computer /home/nn/.kde/share/dolphinrc is for reading.
When I try to change it's mod it says : read only file system.

Also, now, when I try to boot to virtual machine it says "read-only file system" and throw me to the rescue mode to the /bin/sh intepreter.

Probably, these problems have same nature.
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It means that your disk is faulty. Boot in single mode, run smartctl -a /dev/sda (where sda is your disk)
and seek replacement, then save as much data as possible.
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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gheist, here are some logs. how could I forcibly run fsck?
Is your verdict final?
smart.txt
systemd-fsck.txt
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smartctl -T long
lets meet in 6h or so...
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okay,  I will make test tomorrow, it will take 172 minutes.
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SMART indicates 4h15min...
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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I have started smartctl -t long /dev/sda
So, after a few hours. I should provide you smartctl -a , so you can look up the values and tell whether something wrong, do I get the workflow right?
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It is in last lines about diagnostic tests
either test succeeds or fails.
In first case we go fix filesystem (you can download fedora ISO to help with that
In later you go shopping...
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smartctl -a /dev/sda > /tmp/smartctl.txt

gheist, Could you explain the overall structure of smartctl report?

I see
Completed: read failure?
It doesn't sound very good.
Okay, seems to me shopping is unavoidable?
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Yessir - go shopping.
Then clone disk (dd if=/dev/old of=/dev/new bs=4k(or more) conv=notrunc,noerror)
Then boot fedora install disk, jump to command line and run fsck (some data is lost, but most will be back)

Old disk:
rewrite it with zeroes (dd if=/dev/zero) - some manufacturers cheat and reset bad sector numbers, so it makes good second hand drive for somebody else...
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