> I have to agree. I've seen it a few times when I messed up with fdisk,
> and the disk tried to seek a part of the disk that didn't exist. Could
> also be filesystem corruption, but that's more likely a symptom of a dodgy
> disk/partition table.
Well, I have fscked the partition and after that, did two dumps,
one to /dev/null, the other to backuphost:/dev/null, and both worked
The next real backup will run tonight, let's see what happens then ...
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