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    SubjectRe: 2.2.11 Scsi TCQ Failure
    > From: "Leslie F. Donaldson" <> 
    > Hello,
    > I just thought I would send this to the kernel list
    > so people could be aware of a small problem in the
    > TCQ code in refrence to the aic7xxx driver. The code
    > now turns on TCQ by default and moves around in
    > scsi.c the location of the probeing of the harddrives.
    > Well I have Western Digital Enterprise drives
    > and this process forces the scsibus into a
    > cyclic reset. I went into scsi_obsolete.c and
    > discovered that RESET2 never got called. I also
    > tried passing in the kernel options but I think
    > the scsi.c still probes and then decides how
    > many TCQ the user wanted verses the hardware. My only solution
    > at this point was to roll out every patch that
    > 2.2.11 had in the drivers/scsi directory. I tried
    > rolling out just the aic7xxx patches but it didn't help.
    > Anybody know if anyone is working on this?
    I think I'm having the same problem with 2.2.11 that you're having.
    I've got an Adaptec 2940 with a Pinnacle Micro CD-R. On boot, it tries to
    probe for the drive and goes into an endless cycle of resetting the SCSI
    chain. I haven't had time to mess with it - my solution was just to fall
    back to 2.2.10, which worked fine - but it's another data point if you're

    2.2.12 has the same problem. When I get time, I'll try out 2.3.15
    and see what happens...

    John Campbell

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