Write Error Invalid Argument Ddrescue
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the So I started it up again and it looked like it was going to work but then it stopped and is just sitting there. Here's what happened: I checked the console and saw device wasn't ready. User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. http://itechnologysolutionsllc.com/write-error/write-error-invalid-argument-proc-acpi-ibm-fan.php
C# Generics - How to avoid redundant method? Why do rocket nozzles open near the end Has Trump publicly stated during what period he believed the USA to be great? I also disabled spotlight for the volume I an writing to. created by [deleted]a community for 7 yearsmessage the moderatorsMODERATORSapersonabout moderation team »678ddrescue Write error: invalid argument (self.linuxquestions)submitted 3 months ago * by processus** DISCLAIMER : I apologize in advance for the quality of the post.
for help): v Caution: The CRC for the backup partition table is invalid. The program is expecting a path to a file, but you only gave the name. creating an exact copy??? How do I yank and cycle backward through earlier killed text?
- I am halfway through a 1 TB drive and this >>> shows up. >>> > Anyone got an idea how I can "fix the problem"? >>> > >>> > ddrescue: Error
- I also disabled spotlight for the volume >> I an writing to. >> >> It does seem to have cleared but when I press "Enter" it doesn't start up >> again.
Is >> there any way to edit the log to get it to pickup again or is my best >> option to start over? Aborting write operation! It also appears to be missing the previous 7 hours plus of entries. Command (?
PS. This will allow you to continue working with your original datafile. Command (? The disk I am writing to is a 1 TB with plenty of space and it's showing up fine.
The following sums up my attempts so far (not including my fruitless foray with testdisk) gdisk (gpt fdisk) and fdisk with the following results: Code: [email protected]:~$ sudo gdisk -l /dev/sda [sudo] Consult http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-4kb-sector-disks/ for information on disk alignment. as is suggested on the rodbooks site, also, the rodbooks repair site states w.r.t. But this drive claims to have 625142448 sectors, which is enough to fit the old partition in, while the current drive is reporting 625140335 sectors, too small for the partition to
It copies data from one file or block device (hard disc, cdrom, etc) to another, trying to rescue the good parts first in case of read errors. I am halfway through a 1 TB drive and this shows > up. > > Anyone got an idea how I can "fix the problem"? > > > > ddrescue: Error If you were backing up just to have a safe copy and have copied it another drive, then yes you can delete it. for help): p Disk /dev/sda: 625140335 sectors, 298.1 GiB Logical sector size: 512 bytes Disk identifier (GUID): 4FF348B9-D041-49A6-AD98-18C15F055F2D Partition table holds up to 128 entries First usable sector is 34, last
If you find a solution to your problem by other means, please take your time to write down the steps you used to solve your problem in the original post. http://itechnologysolutionsllc.com/write-error/write-error-lba-32.php If you hover over it, it should show the full path to it, it should be something like /media/LABEL, where label is the label of your drive. Best of both worlds: your rescue file will remain intact (but to be sure, lock it), and you can play with a writable disk image, because all modifications will go into I figured the log was hosed but then I tried to unmount the drive and it wouldn't.
I have a hunch that it's because the log couldn't write and stopped. Here's what you have to do: Don't panic! This table may be corrupt.
On 6 May 2015 at 16:33, John Parr
On 7 May 2015 at 04:37, Johnwrote: > After starting over last night with an apparent incomplete log I returned > this morning to find ddrescue had actually started Looks like TimeMachine fired off. It does seem to have cleared but when I press "Enter" it doesn't start up again. It verifies, after each read error, that the input device is still returning consistent data. * The long name of option "-d" has been changed to "--idirect".
You could type the full path like you did for the img, or if it's in the current directory you can refer to it as ./logfile.txt Since the command is being how? for help): w Warning! this page My first guess would be your "invalid argument" error is caused by how you're setting the log file.
Pass 1 (forwards) > ddrescue: Write error: No space left on device > > ... Here's what's in the log: # Rescue Logfile. I'm guessing this is the problem?! we are at 6% (that's the royal we) Code: [email protected]:/home/brendan# gdisk /dev/sdd GPT fdisk (gdisk) version 0.8.4 Partition table scan: MBR: protective BSD: not present APM: not present GPT: present Found
The problem drive is no longer reporting the same number of sectors as it did when I partitioned it? I figured the log was hosed but then I tried to unmount the drive and it wouldn't. So I forced it to unmount. I did Q+Enter and then tried to startup again and got: ddrescue: Write error: Invalid argument mac:ddrescue-1.19 jn$ sudo ./ddrescue -v /dev/rdisk3s2 /Volumes/RecoveryDisk/MHD.dmg /Volumes/RecoveryDisk/MHD.log Password:xxxxxxxxxxxx ddrescue: error in logfile /Volumes/RecoveryDisk/MHD.log, line
Possibilities include a full > partition or a disconnected USB device. > > Any clues in the OS's log files? > > On 6 May 2015 at 16:33, John Parrbut if I retried often enough, it'd start working agian. EDIT: The following is wrong there isn't a resize partition option, there is a resize partition table option. (Aritsugu) b) I could brave the resize option (I just noticed) on the