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Requested parameter file does not exist: param_file
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Error writing file /mnt/ibox505/node-2/fs14097516111/vdb.1_1.dir/vdb_f0003.file 16:40:26.357 16:40:26.357 16:40:26.357 Error: 798 INCORRECT_SIZE Vdbench determined that not enough bytes were read or written 16:40:26.357 lba: 0 16:40:26.357 xfersize: 131072 16:40:26.358 blocks_done: 0 16:40:26.358 bytes_done: 0 16:40:26.358 open_for_read: false 16:40:26.358
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Corruption in control file '/mnt/' Checksums: 11520/11478 18:28:26.314
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Error reading file Y:\dir1\vdb1_1.dir\vdb2_1.dir\vdb_f0375.file 02:49:08.889 Error: Windows System Error code: 64: ??????????? 02:49:08.889 02:49:08.889 lba: 7864320 02:49:08.889 xfersize: 524288 02:49:08.889
java.lang.RuntimeException: Requested parameter file does not exist: param_file	at Vdb.common.failure(	at Vdb.Vdb_scan.parm_error(	at Vdb.Vdb_scan.Vdb_scan_read(	at Vdb.Vdbmain.main(