Now it just did it again and I see end_request: I/O error dev sda transacton ####### How could both hard drives be the same? -----Original Message----- From: Alan Cox [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Monday, August 06, 2007 12:50 PM To: For users of Fedora Cc: Jason Taylor Subject: Re: fedora 6 kernel panic issues > once in a while (once or twice a week) the machine locks ups and the > console had a bunch of I/O errors related to sba. I thought this was a sba or sda - sda is the first SCSI disk (or SATA disk) so its probably a disk problem. > hard drive problem so I put in a second drive, and booted to an Ubuntu > Live CD (I am a little more familiar with it) and used the dd command to > image the drive over to the new one. But now I am having the same > problem. While I was ssh in the machine crashed and I saw this on the > terminal > > > > kernel: journal commit I/O error It couldn't commit journal entries to the disk and update the file system. One of your disks went for a hike, the question is why ? What kernel ?