Boot the install CD/DVD in rescue mode and as a first step, run fsck -f against the file system from that. If that does not help to fix the issue and the file still does not exist then you will nee... [by TrevorH]
I've found a lot of hits on google for this list_del crash but the one that looked most hopeful is allegedly fixed in the exact kernel release that you are running. Based on some of the other ... [by TrevorH]
Someone tried to send me a video clip from there Iphone and they received a message that the file could not be sent because it was too large. After some further attempts, I re-confirmed the file could not be sent to my S5 nor could it be sent to another family member's Note3 (same error message). The file could only be successfully sent to other Iphones.
Something I've been noticing with my Galaxy S4 and the SD card. I'll have the phone plugged in via USB, I'll go to either delete a file or add it only to see that the deleted file will magically reappear and the files I added aren't there anymore.
This has been an on-going issue and it's really annoying.