> 
> I wanted to clear the dmesg -a output because i had this problem with 
> a IDE disk, wich give this message all over
> 
> ad0s1g: hard error reading fsbn 133851519 of 65253984-65254015 (ad0s1 bn 133851519; 
> cn 8331 tn 222 sn 18) status=59 error=40
> ad0s1g: hard error reading fsbn 133851519 of 65253984-65254015 (ad0s1 bn 133851519; 
> cn 8331 tn 222 sn 18) status=59 error=40
> ad0s1g: hard error reading fsbn 133851519 of 65253984-65254015 (ad0s1 bn 133851519; 
> cn 8331 tn 222 sn 18) status=59 error=40
> ... and so one
> 
> i mirrored the disk and change with other, and now is dificult to see 
> if that is ok...unless i clear the buffer to see if the messages keep on 

I don't understand.   Mirroring a failing disk will not stop it from failing 
or eliminate/reduce disk errors from it.   Even if it suppresses some of
the error messages, the disk would still be failing.

////jerry

> 
> by the way can i use fsck on a multi-user runing server?
> 
>   ----- Original Message ----- 
>   From: Lowell Gilbert 
>   To: Marco Gonçalves 
>   Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
>   Sent: Friday, August 29, 2003 1:58 AM
>   Subject: Re: dmesg output
> 
> 
>   =?Windows-1252?Q?Marco_Gon=E7alves?= <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 
>   > Email TemplateHow can i delete the 'dmesg -a' last output buffer
> 
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