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Ext4fs-error ext4_find_entry after waking up from suspend

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js89
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Ext4fs-error ext4_find_entry after waking up from suspend

#1 Post by js89 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 12:36 pm

MX Linux 17.1
CPU : Intel core2Duo
Graphics card : AMD Radeon 4650 using driver: radeon

As subject reads after resuming from suspend I can't seem to run any command/program and Thunar shows no drive mounted.
Error popup with "Input/Output Error" is shown on clicking on any program in start menu.
On tty2 Ext4fs-error ext4_find_entry 1436 reading directory lblock 0 is being printed infinitely.
It seems suspend unmounts the drive but doesn't remounts them.
I have tried 4.18 kernels from MX test repo and debian backports, they don't solve this.
Anyone knows how to fix this?
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Re: Ext4fs-error ext4_find_entry after waking up from suspend

#2 Post by fehlix » Sun Oct 07, 2018 1:47 pm

Would run this command from the terminal command line
make a difference after wakup from suspense?

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sudo pm-suspend
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Re: Ext4fs-error ext4_find_entry after waking up from suspend

#3 Post by js89 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:59 am

fehlix wrote:
Sun Oct 07, 2018 1:47 pm
Would run this command from the terminal command line
make a difference after wakup from suspense?

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sudo pm-suspend
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That didn't fixed it. Same problem occured. :frown:

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