Jeff King wrote
> At the point you see that message, git has received the whole contents
> from the remote side and written them to disk. It's then trying to read
> back the data it just wrote to do some checks on it. However, your
> filesystem has reported a low-level I/O error, which may indicate a
> disk problem or filesystem corruption.

Thanks for your reply.



Jeff King wrote
> Is it possible that your disk is dying?

maybe! I tried it out on my old laptop.
/Sunny






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