On Thu, 2005-09-01 at 03:50 -0400, kalin mintchev wrote:
> hi all...
> 
> suddenly today out of nowhere this happens (log below) and now i get
> vchkpw core dumps every few minutes or so. vchkpw is authorization module
> for vpopmail...  does this mean the disk where vpopmail lives - ad2 - is
> already craping up?!....  thanks...
> 
> here is the log:
> 
> Aug 31 22:53:33 chavo /kernel: ad2: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 -
> resetting
> Aug 31 22:53:33 chavo /kernel: ata1: resetting devices .. done
> Sep  1 00:36:22 chavo /kernel: ad2: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 -
> resetting
> Sep  1 00:36:22 chavo /kernel: ata1: resetting devices .. done
> Sep  1 01:12:42 chavo /kernel: ad2: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 -
> resetting
> Sep  1 01:12:42 chavo /kernel: ata1: resetting devices .. done
> Sep  1 01:49:54 chavo /kernel: ad2: WRITE command timeout tag=0 serv=0 -
> resetting
> Sep  1 01:49:54 chavo /kernel: ata1: resetting devices .. done
> Sep  1 01:52:12 chavo /kernel: ad2: WRITE command timeout tag=0 serv=0 -
> resetting
> Sep  1 01:52:12 chavo /kernel: ata1: resetting devices ..
> Sep  1 01:52:12 chavo /kernel: ad2: removed from configuration
> Sep  1 01:52:12 chavo /kernel: ad3: removed from configuration
> Sep  1 01:52:12 chavo /kernel: done
> Sep  1 01:53:02 chavo /kernel: handle_workitem_freeblocks: block count Sep
>  1 01:54:04 chavo /kernel: handle_workitem_freeblocks: block count Sep  1
> 01:55:37 chavo last message repeated 2 times

It certainly looks that way.

Shane

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