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Re: strange ld(4) behavior when reading off end of disk

txt.file%txtfile.eu@localhost writes:

> To find disk trouble I would prefer badblocks(8).

That does not seem to be in the NetBSD base system.   I dimly recall
something like that from long ago, perhaps bad144.

> The first command is with 1 MB blocksize the latter with 512
> byte. Have you tried running "dd if=/dev/rld0c of=/dev/null
> iseek=31166974 bs=1M"? What happens then?

No, I did not try that (or with iseek value divided by 1M/512).  
But I would expect the same behavior.

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