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Ext3 disks are not recognized.

It happened in Hero DSL with 3.7.2 Beta and earlier software as well.

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{
    "media": {
        "Media1": {
            "usb": {
                "port": 2,
                "version": "2.00"
            },
            "state": "ACTIVE",
            "manufacturer": "Kingston",
            "product": "DataTraveler 2.0",
            "serial": "5B651E00029F",
            "size": "1031798784",
            "partition": [
                {
                    "uuid": "9e1f4c42-b45a-d701-9003-4c42b45ad701",
                    "label": "Keenetic_OPKG",
                    "fstype": "ext4",
                    "state": "MOUNTED",
                    "total": "961764352",
                    "free": "861008896"
                }
            ]
        },
        "Media0": {
            "usb": {
                "port": 1,
                "version": "3.00"
            },
            "state": "ACTIVE",
            "manufacturer": "Intenso",
            "product": "External USB 3.0",
            "serial": "20201108102D9",
            "size": "5000981078016",
            "partition": [
                {
                    "uuid": "f3cff6b6-fe95-d701-0085-f6b6fe95d701",
                    "label": "Keenetic_DATA",
                    "fstype": "ext4",
                    "state": "MOUNTED",
                    "total": "4688046686208",
                    "free": "4050643341312"
                }
            ]
        },
        "Media3": {
            "usb": {
                "port": 2,
                "version": "2.00"
            },
            "state": "ACTIVE",
            "manufacturer": "TOSHIBA",
            "product": "TransMemory",
            "serial": "001CC0C60D71E810542F0368",
            "size": "3926949888",
            "partition": [
                {
                    "uuid": "6c9b90db-fea3-d701-6080-90dbfea3d701",
                    "label": "Keenetic_TEMP",
                    "fstype": "ext2",
                    "state": "MOUNTED",
                    "total": "3026038784",
                    "free": "3026011136"
                },
                {
                    "uuid": "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000",
                    "label": "",
                    "fstype": "swap",
                    "state": "MOUNTED",
                    "total": "801107968",
                    "free": "801107968"
                }
            ]
        },
        "Media4": {
            "usb": {
                "port": 2,
                "version": "2.00"
            },
            "state": "ACTIVE",
            "manufacturer": "TOSHIBA ",
            "product": "TransMemory     ",
            "serial": "001D92AD6BE2C96093800AAA",
            "size": "4005527552"
        },
        "Media5": {
            "usb": {
                "port": 2,
                "version": "2.00"
            },
            "state": "ACTIVE",
            "manufacturer": "TOSHIBA",
            "product": "TransMemory",
            "serial": "001CC0C440A7EBB0541E0772",
            "size": "3926949888",
            "partition": [
                {
                    "uuid": "A2E1-A5A0",
                    "label": "NO NAME",
                    "fstype": "vfat",
                    "state": "MOUNTED",
                    "total": "3913998336",
                    "free": "3912933376"
                }
            ]
        },
        "Media6": {
            "usb": {
                "port": 2,
                "version": "2.00"
            },
            "state": "ACTIVE",
            "manufacturer": "Kingston",
            "product": "DataTraveler G3 ",
            "serial": "00187D1174B1EB30700080CB",
            "size": "8006074368",
            "partition": [
                {
                    "uuid": "D498B20898B1E8DE",
                    "label": "en-ru_WinSer2012R2x64_u",
                    "fstype": "ntfs",
                    "state": "MOUNTED",
                    "total": "8005021696",
                    "free": "2493157376"
                }
            ]
        }
    },
    "prompt": "(config)"
}

 

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13 hours ago, yerebakan said:
On 9/28/2021 at 9:41 PM, Le ecureuil said:

Your logs clearly states that you have TWO partitions with the same label "TEMP". Do you really have them?

This question point the same issue which I informed. 

 

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10 hours ago, Le ecureuil said:

Handling of two partitions having the same label was fixed and will be available in the next release.

Good news 💙🤞 But my problem description was other previous message which it is quoted below.

On 9/30/2021 at 7:40 PM, yerebakan said:

This question point the same issue which I informed. 

No. I am using only one partition which name is TEMP. This usb have 2 partition ext3(temp) and ext4(swap)

 

That's the issue. When the partition is lost, just delete this partition label in smb settings and reboot. Everything should work. 

 

 

 

Why is partition lost? When checking partition, no such issue. 

I will record a video if it will be happen again.

 

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1 hour ago, Le ecureuil said:

It's hard to say, but I personally will bet on hardware issues in "usb-port/usb-cable/usb-drive" chain.

Logs of disconnections are greatly welcome, so we can properly handle incorrect drive disappearing from USB bus.

It is very rare that my OPKG disk in the same hub is not visible after restarting the modem. Very rare though. In this case, I just have to unplug the usb and plug it back in.

But in case of lost partition, re-mounting it doesn't work. I need to remove /tmp/3947347kdfdnf path from SMB.

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3 hours ago, Le ecureuil said:

It's hard to say, but I personally will bet on hardware issues in "usb-port/usb-cable/usb-drive" chain.

Logs of disconnections are greatly welcome, so we can properly handle incorrect drive disappearing from USB bus.

 

1 hour ago, yerebakan said:

It is very rare that my OPKG disk in the same hub is not visible after restarting the modem. Very rare though. In this case, I just have to unplug the usb and plug it back in.

But in case of lost partition, re-mounting it doesn't work. I need to remove /tmp/3947347kdfdnf path from SMB.

Wow!
I've realized now. The disc was gone again at around 6 in the morning. I/O failure hub or disk? I think this recording is what you want to tell me. But on the same hub, the OPKG disk continues to work without any problems.

10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:31	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: reset high-speed USB device number 10 using xhci-mtk 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:31	10.101.0.1	kern	err	kernel	usb 1-2.4: device descriptor read/64, error -71 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:32	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: reset high-speed USB device number 10 using xhci-mtk 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:32	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	usb 1-2.4: Device not responding to setup address. 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:33	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: reset high-speed USB device number 10 using xhci-mtk 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:33	10.101.0.1	kern	err	kernel	usb 1-2.4: device descriptor read/all, error -71 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: reset high-speed USB device number 10 using xhci-mtk 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: device firmware changed 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: USB disconnect, device number 10 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] tag#0 UNKNOWN(0x2003) Result: hostbyte=0x01 driverbyte=0x00 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	err	kernel	Aborting journal on device sdc1-8. 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	err	kernel	JBD2: Error -5 detected when updating journal superblock for sdc1-8. 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] tag#0 CDB: opcode=0x2a 2a 00 00 03 4e 58 00 00 08 00 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	err	kernel	blk_update_request: I/O error, dev sdc, sector 216664 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	EXT4-fs warning (device sdc1): ext4_end_bio:307: I/O error -5 writing to inode 13 (offset 0 size 0 starting block 27084) 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	err	kernel	Buffer I/O error on device sdc1, logical block 26827 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	crit	kernel	EXT4-fs error (device sdc1) in ext4_writepages:2810: IO failure 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	EXT4-fs warning (device sdc1): ext4_end_bio:307: I/O error -5 writing to inode 13 (offset 0 size 0 starting block 27084) 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	err	kernel	Buffer I/O error on device sdc1, logical block 26827 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Stopping disk 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Start/Stop Unit failed: Result: hostbyte=0x01 driverbyte=0x00 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: new high-speed USB device number 11 using xhci-mtk 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Core::FileSystem::Repository: unregistering "29bf1f34-afcb-4e89-b976-0e9033e236fe:" filesystem...  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: New USB device found, idVendor=0930, idProduct=6544 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: Product: TransMemory      
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: Manufacturer: TOSHIBA  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb 1-2.4: SerialNumber: 001D92AD6BE2C96093800AAA 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	usb-storage 1-2.4:1.0: USB Mass Storage device detected 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	scsi host3: usb-storage 1-2.4:1.0 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Ntce::Database: cleared classification data.  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	crit	kernel	EXT4-fs error (device sdc1): ext4_journal_check_start:56: Detected aborted journal 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	crit	kernel	EXT4-fs (sdc1): Remounting filesystem read-only 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	------------[ cut here ]------------ 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	WARNING: CPU: 3 PID: 15846 at fs/fs-writeback.c:2197 __mark_inode_dirty+0x264/0x284 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	bdi-block not registered 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	Modules linked in: eip93_cryptoapi(O) nf_nat_sip nf_conntrack_sip fastvpn(PO) xhci_mtk xhci_hcd nf_nat_ftp nf_conntrack_ftp zram ntc(PO) ensoc_dsl(PO) ensoc_dmt(PO) ensoc_flt(O) nnfm(O) mt7615_ap(PO) ubifs ubi ensoc_eth(PO) nacct(PO) rndis_host qcserial cdc_ether huawei_cdc_ncm asix qmi_wwan option cdc_ncm ccm usb_wwan usbextras(O) gcm seqiv authenc exfat(O) nls_utf8 esp4 zstd kalmia cp210x thfsplus(O) nf_nat_rtsp(O) nls_cp1251 cypress_m8 ax88179_178a usb_storage cdc_acm l2tp_ppp usblp dm9601 sd_mod sr_mod nls_cp437 sierra sg usbnet ext4 tfat(PO) zstd_decompress xfrm_user deflate nls_cp866 chacha20poly1305 echainiv tntfs(PO) af_key pl2303 jffs2 cdc_wdm ghash_generic r8152 l2tp_core rtl8150 zstd_compress aead ftdi_sio ch341 usbserial nf_nat_pptp nf_nat_h323 usbcore nf_conntrack_pptp wireguard 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	 xfrm_interface crc32c_generic libphy cdrom tunnel6 resetnds(PO) hmac des_generic mtdoops_proc(O) ansi_cprng ctr jitterentropy_rng gf128mul nf_conntrack_h323 xt_esp chacha_generic zlib_deflate jbd2 nls_base ip6_udp_tunnel poly1305_generic xxhash sch_cake(O) nf_conntrack_proto_gre phr(PO) mbcache nf_conntrack_rtsp(O) xt_policy ndm_storage dummy ip_gre zlib_inflate crc16 loop xfrm4_mode_tunnel md5 scsi_mod udp_tunnel crypto_null xfrm4_mode_transport cbc tsmb(PO) drbg usb_common sit nf_nat_proto_gre xfrm_algo xfrm4_tunnel 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	CPU: 3 PID: 15846 Comm: syslog-ng Tainted: P           O    4.9-ndm-5 #2 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	Stack : 00000000 00000000 80528152 00000048 00000048 80528150 8045d2c0 00000009 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	        80444f38 830d6f8c 804b4e83 80523ecc 00000895 00000000 77bfeb18 77c05000 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	        77c05000 8008de54 00000000 0000000a 80528152 00000000 8044ae28 8aef7c2c 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	        8044d404 8008b048 00000895 00000000 00000003 00003de6 8aef7c2c 80444f38 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	        00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	        ... 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	Call Trace: 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<f3332257>] show_stack+0x2c/0x88 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<8a339aee>] dump_stack+0x9c/0xd4 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<8c645cd5>] __warn+0xe0/0x114 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<04186378>] warn_slowpath_fmt+0x34/0x40 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<0a9ce964>] __mark_inode_dirty+0x264/0x284 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<91040a7c>] generic_update_time+0xa4/0x104 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<0cafa713>] file_update_time+0xc0/0x130 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<75c39b06>] __generic_file_write_iter+0xb8/0x280 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<674566b3>] ext4_llseek+0xb6c/0xf9c [ext4] 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	[<13864622>] ep_scan_ready_list.constprop.0+0x98/0x21c 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	10.101.0.1	kern	warning	kernel	---[ end trace a57548a6aa657f34 ]--- 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	Keenetic-0615	syslog	err	syslog-ng[917]	I/O error occurred while writing; fd='5', error='Read-only file system (30)' 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:34	Keenetic-0615	syslog	notice	syslog-ng[917]	Suspending write operation because of an I/O error; fd='5', time_reopen='60' 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	ndm (15856): drop_caches: 3 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	user	err	ndm	Core::FileSystem::Native: unable to disable swap: no device found.  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Storage::Manager: "Media2": unregistered partition "29bf1f34-afcb-4e89-b976-0e9033e236fe:".  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Storage::Manager: "Media2": removed partition "29bf1f34-afcb-4e89-b976-0e9033e236fe:".  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Core::FileSystem::Repository: unregistering "144c8094-b6cc-4e2c-b39d-a5fe18b4948c:" filesystem...  

10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	scsi 3:0:0:0: Direct-Access     TOSHIBA  TransMemory      1.00 PQ: 0 ANSI: 2 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 3:0:0:0: Attached scsi generic sg2 type 0 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 3:0:0:0: [sdd] 7823296 512-byte logical blocks: (4.01 GB/3.73 GiB) 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 3:0:0:0: [sdd] Write Protect is off 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 3:0:0:0: [sdd] Mode Sense: 65 44 09 30 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 3:0:0:0: [sdd] No Caching mode page found 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 3:0:0:0: [sdd] Assuming drive cache: write through 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:35	10.101.0.1	kern	info	kernel	sd 3:0:0:0: [sdd] Attached SCSI removable disk 
  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	err	ndm	Core::FileSystem::Native: failed to unmount "/tmp/mnt/144c8094-b6cc-4e2c-b39d-a5fe18b4948c": device or resource busy.  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	err	ndm	Storage::Partition: failed to unmount.  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Storage::Manager: "Media2": unregistered partition "144c8094-b6cc-4e2c-b39d-a5fe18b4948c:".  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	err	ndm	Core::FileSystem::Native: failed to unmount "/tmp/mnt/144c8094-b6cc-4e2c-b39d-a5fe18b4948c": device or resource busy.  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	crit	ndm	FileSystem::Directory: system failed [0xcffd00ec], unable to remove "/tmp/mnt/144c8094-b6cc-4e2c-b39d-a5fe18b4948c": device or resource busy.  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Storage::Manager: "Media2": removed partition "144c8094-b6cc-4e2c-b39d-a5fe18b4948c:".  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	crit	ndm	Storage::Manager: "Media2": a media was unsafely unplugged without ejecting.  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Storage::Manager: removed "Media2", port 2.  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Storage::Manager: "Media3": enabled a disk spin down.  
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:06:49	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Storage::Manager: created "Media3", port 2.  

10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:07:34	Keenetic-0615	syslog	notice	syslog-ng[917]	Error suspend timeout has elapsed, attempting to write again; fd='5' 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:07:34	Keenetic-0615	syslog	err	syslog-ng[917]	I/O error occurred while writing; fd='5', error='Read-only file system (30)' 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:07:34	Keenetic-0615	syslog	notice	syslog-ng[917]	Suspending write operation because of an I/O error; fd='5', time_reopen='60' 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:08:34	Keenetic-0615	syslog	notice	syslog-ng[917]	Error suspend timeout has elapsed, attempting to write again; fd='5' 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:08:34	Keenetic-0615	syslog	err	syslog-ng[917]	I/O error occurred while writing; fd='5', error='Read-only file system (30)' 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:08:34	Keenetic-0615	syslog	notice	syslog-ng[917]	Suspending write operation because of an I/O error; fd='5', time_reopen='60' 
10.101.0.1	Oct  2 06:08:46	10.101.0.1	user	info	ndm	Core::Scgi::AuthPool: cleanup: 15 -> 14.  

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opkg disk is mounted on the same hub and usb modem. @Le ecureuil

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It's definitely a hardware problem: maybe power is not enough, or connect is not so good.
BTW, having disk and modem with pingcheck on the same hub is awful decision. You disk will perform unsafe restart on each pingcheck run and it can lead to hardware damage (or software issues).

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21 minutes ago, Le ecureuil said:

It's definitely a hardware problem: maybe power is not enough, or connect is not so good.
BTW, having disk and modem with pingcheck on the same hub is awful decision. You disk will perform unsafe restart on each pingcheck run and it can lead to hardware damage (or software issues).

I am using 5v 5a adapter for usb hub.

The modem is plugged in and the switch is not active. Also, ping check is disabled in the settings.

I think it might be better to buy a new usb hub or remove the modem.

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I have not been experiencing the problems we have written above for more than 10 days. Disk / partition does not disappear when the router is turned off and on or suddenly. A new USB hub seems to have fixed the issues.

But I had a similar situation recently when I re-inserted my OPKG disk after safe removal. The disc did not appear. Looks like the xhci(?) driver isn't clearing the registers properly when ejecting disks on a hub.

 

@Le ecureuil Thanks for all.

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