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Re: [linux-lvm] I/O Error removing a file

On Mon, Feb 04, 2002 at 12:48:34PM -0600, John Moser wrote:
> I encountered what I was able to diagnose as a hardware error on one of the
> hard drives in my system.  In order to make sure my data was safe, I added
> an additional drive, and performed a pvmove of the data onto the healthy
> drive (moving all the PE's off the bad disk).  That all went fairly well
> (except for taking forever).
> However, I still have a few files which are giving me troubles.
> root vpn:/home/vpnwork# rm -R TestData2k
> rm: cannot remove `TestData2k': Input/output error


so you don't have PEs allocated on the failed drive any longer?
If so, this looks like you still have another hardware flaw (cables?)
or a bug in 2.5.
What does "fsck -f" say about your filesystem?

> Is there a way to remove these files so that I can recreate them?  I'm using
> LVM version 1.0.1-rc4, on a Linux kernel 2.5.0.
> Thanks,
> -John Moser
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