Description of problem:
Inserted a microSD containing a Raspbian image
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cmdline: dumpe2fs -h /dev/sdc2
runlevel: N 5
Thread no. 1 (4 frames)
#0 e2p_is_null_uuid at uuid.c:32
#1 e2p_uuid2str at uuid.c:80
#2 e2p_list_journal_super at ljs.c:105
#3 print_inline_journal_information at dumpe2fs.c:395
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thanks for the report. Can you provide a link to the Raspbian image that you can reproduce it with ? If not available online can you please attach e2image ?
e2image -r /dev/sdc2 - | bzip2 > sdc2.e2i.bz2
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