> In fact I plugged at 1pm the Dell MD3000i and then I start getting 
> message a few time before midnight.
> I get the same message every 10 min since midnight.

It looks as there is some applications that is trying to access
sectors above what the device has. Did you look through your cronjobs
to see what is run?

> 
> NB : In the kern.log, the first volume of 21Mb isn't a real logical 
> volume. I thingk it's a communication device for Dell MD3000i that the 
> open-iscsi driver didn't support, well I guess. But I don't know if it's 
> linked to my problem.

If you are using multipath then this block device would be black-listed.

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