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Re: Bug#322205: udev: vol_id crashes on usb storage device

close 322205 -1
retitle -1 can't deal with a broken FAT file system
reassign -1 linux-2.6

On Aug 09, Erhard Schultchen <eschultchen@gmx.de> wrote:

> I'm using usbmount in conjunction with udev to mount usb devices on plug
> in. However, my digital camera does not like /sbin/vol_id. vol_id
> segfaults and the kernel reports plenty i/o errors like these:
OK, it should not segfault. Can you get a stack trace from the binary
with debugging symbols?

>  end_request: I/O error, dev sda, sector 250584
>  Buffer I/O error on device sda, logical block 250584
> From this point on, the camera isn't readable any more no matter which
> sector (same error as above) until I plug it in again. My camera is a
But this looks like the kernel reacting badly to a damaged file system,
so I'm reassigning a copy of this bug to the kernel package.


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