> Doubt it. It looks suspiciously like the kind of errors you get when
> you've got a hard, unrecoverable error on the disk itself. Anything
> interesting in dmesg or /var/log/messages?
The logins from the backup host are logged, nothing disk related.
(kernel: svc: unknown version (3), but that's unrelated, and I have no
idea what that is).
> If you can, let badblocks run on the disk overnight and see what it
> comes up with. You don't need to unmount (or mount read-only) before
> doing badblocks - it's a read-only test.
Thanks, I'll start this now.
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