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    Have you checked the reiserfs for unfixed errors?

    Code:
    ~# reiserfsck --check /dev/sdN
    If that raises an error 6 again, you could try to fix the fs by:

    Code:
    ~# reiserfsck --fix-fixable /dev/sdN
    It would be a good idea to not throw away your original disk in case something gets messed up in the filesystem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kloschüssel View Post
    Have you checked the reiserfs for unfixed errors?

    Code:
    ~# reiserfsck --check /dev/sdN
    If that raises an error 6 again, you could try to fix the fs by:

    Code:
    ~# reiserfsck --fix-fixable /dev/sdN
    It would be a good idea to not throw away your original disk in case something gets messed up in the filesystem.

    It found no errors.

    Code:
    ###########
    reiserfsck --check started at Fri Sep 28 14:52:04 2012
    ###########
    Replaying journal: Done.
    Reiserfs journal '/dev/sdd1' in blocks [18..8211]: 0 transactions replayed
    Checking internal tree.. finished                   
    Comparing bitmaps..finished
    Checking Semantic tree:
    finished                                                                       
    No corruptions found
    There are on the filesystem:
    	Leaves 10614
    	Internal nodes 67
    	Directories 3791
    	Other files 48306
    	Data block pointers 219853 (1 of them are zero)
    	Safe links 0
    ###########
    reiserfsck finished at Fri Sep 28 14:52:13 2012
    ###########

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    Ok, so the filesystem is not corrupt. This would look to me as if there is only one option left:

    You're trying to mount something that is not what it claims to be. Install the the cloned hard disk into the barracuda box, then plug in a live linux and check if all the above in there. It may be that barracuda does not handle the drive in the way that you expect it to.

    Good luck!

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