> It seems the logfile was not correctly saved. Did the computer crash at the wrong moment?
No, as I said, I had stopped ddrescue with ctrl-C
> Is the disc full? (A logfile with more than a million lines is quite big).
No, it still has over 50 GB free.
> You may try to fix the logfile with a text editor. Try removing the last line if it is incomplete.
It's not the last line. wc -l says the log file has 1329069 lines.
Here's an excerpt around the problem line:
0xB1A5EA400 0x00010000 +
0xB1A5FA400 0x00000400 -
0xB1A5FA800 0x00010000 +
0xB1A60AC00 0x00010000 +
0xB1A61AC00 0x00000400 -
0xB1A61B000 0x00010000 +
I think line 1186563 is the one with 0xB0060A800 (at least that's what nano says).
Is there a safe way to fix it?
> It does not have an option to read backwards because it automatically reads backwards when needed.
Some "manual override" would be useful sometimes.