On 07/07/17 19:02, Mark Millard wrote:
Michael Butler imb at protected-networks.net  wrote on
Fri Jul 7 14:45:12 UTC 2017 :

Recent builds doing a backup (dump) cause nonsensical errors in syslog:

Jul  7 00:10:24 toshi kernel:
g_vfs_done():ada0s3a[READ(offset=6050375794688, length=32768)]error = 5
Jul  7 00:10:24 toshi kernel:
g_vfs_done():ada0s3a[READ(offset=546222112768, length=32768)]error = 5
Jul  7 00:10:24 toshi kernel:

 [ snip ]

Both dump and fsck likely are using snapshots
so the issue is likely ties to ufs snapshots.
May be it has a INO64 incompleteness that
gives the huge offsets. (Wild guess.)

If your context was more typical then the issue
spans little-endian and big-endian since the
powerpc context is big-endian but most usage
is little endian.

I'm seeing this on both amd64 and i386 builds (@SVN r320760) when dump tries to build a snap-shot. These are both non-debug, non-invariant production boxes,


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