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SubjectRe: Kernel v2.2.15pre5 SCSI 2940U2W with AIC7895 boot still broke(withfix).
M Sweger wrote:

> Ok! So should I just incrase the array buffer size to a power of 2: that
> is 256! and then I won't get any buffer overruns?
>
> Then the aic7xxx driver can handle my drive and those other drives.

No, that's the wrong fix. The drive is doing something perfectly legal and
the driver is failing. I went and picked up a WD drive today, so I'll see if
I can reproduce the problem and get it fixed properly.

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Doug Ledford <dledford@redhat.com> http://people.redhat.com/dledford
Please check my web site for aic7xxx updates/answers before
e-mailing me about problems

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