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976766976 from /dev/sdb is smaller than 976771072 from /dev/sdc. It's not an identical drive.


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There is no such thing as a default PID for any application. PID stands for Process IDentifier. Each process is given a PID (unique among the already running programs) by the operating system when it's started. A program is likely to have a different PID at each start. Concerning your problem, have you tried what the error message says? journalctl -xn ...


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Your new disk is a little over 1MB smaller than the existing one. This may be a different model (despite having the same identification, it might have been manufactured in a different factory, to slightly different specifications), or it might have a few more defective sectors noticed during the factory tests. On sdb, you have a partition sdb1 which spans ...


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From the man page install (in) [options] name|capability|rpm_file_uri... Install or update packages. The packages can be selected by their name or by a capability they provide. A capability is formed by "NAME[.ARCH][ OP EDITION]", where ARCH is an architecture code, OP is one of =, or > and EDITION is ...


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You need to tell the kernel to close the bcache device before rerunning make-bcache on the underlying device. To close a backing device: echo 1 > /sys/block/<device>/bcache/stop To close a cache device: echo 1 > /sys/block/<device>/bcache/set/unregister (See the documentation for more details.) So in your case, if you accidentally ...



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