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    Subject2048 b/s scsi M/O drive fails under 2.2.2/3/4 works with 2.2.0/1
    [1] 2048 bytes/sect scsi M/O drive fails under 2.2.2/3/4 works with
    2.2.0/1
    [2] kernels >= 2.2.2 does not seem to work with 2048 bytes/sect M/O drive
    [3] block drivers
    Problem traced to drivers/block/genhd.c (genhd from 2.2.0/1 fixes
    2.2.2/3/4)
    [4] Linux version 2.2.2 (root@insomnia.obsidian.co.za) (gcc version
    2.7.2.3) #8 Mon Mar 22 20:17:28 SAST 1999
    [5]
    [6]
    sdb1 on 1-303 (606 max)

    WRONG:
    linux-2.2.2/3/4 : mke2fs /dev/sdb1 -b 2048

    310688 inodes, 620512 blocks
    31025 blocks (5.00%) reserved for the super user
    First data block=0
    Block size=2048 (log=1)
    Fragment size=2048 (log=1)
    38 block groups
    16384 blocks per group, 16384 fragments per group
    8176 inodes per group
    Superblock backups stored on blocks:
    16384, 32768, 49152, 65536, 81920, 98304, 114688,
    131072, 147456, 163840, 180224, 196608, 212992, 229376,
    245760, 262144, 278528, 294912, 311296, 327680, 344064,
    360448, 376832, 393216, 409600, 425984, 442368, 458752,
    475136, 491520, 507904, 524288, 540672, 557056, 573440,
    589824, 606208

    CORRECT:
    linux-2.2.0/1 : mke2fs /dev/sdb1 -b 2048

    77600 inodes, 155128 blocks
    7756 blocks (5.00%) reserved for the super user
    First data block=0
    Block size=2048 (log=1)
    Fragment size=2048 (log=1)
    10 block groups
    16384 blocks per group, 16384 fragments per group
    7760 inodes per group
    Superblock backups stored on blocks:
    16384, 32768, 49152, 65536, 81920, 98304, 114688,
    131072, 147456

    I am not on the kernel mailing list, but did not know whom to send it to.
    I have not been able to narrow the problem down sufficiently yet. Can
    anyone help me??


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