> Man, if I were you, I think I'd break out your disk analysis software. I see
> stuff like that, I get ready for a disk failure...
Yep, I second that - I saw those sort of errors recently on a drive that
had obviously suffered a major impact during transport. Also happens with
old drives. They usually start making a high pitched whine or scraping
noice before they finally croak.
David Carter, Internet Programming & Security "Most of the shadows
SOL BÝrs AS, Oslo. in life are caused
firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.solbors.no/ by standing in your
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