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    SubjectRe: NCR adaptor doesn't see devices (was: 2.5.43 aic7xxx segfault)

    Hello Davidsen , I hope the Sym-2 driver is what you are using ?
    From the dmesg output I suspect that is not the case . If there
    is only the one Symbios/LSI driver I hope it is the Sym-2
    version . Hth , JimL

    On Sat, 19 Oct 2002, davidsen wrote:
    > On Wed, 16 Oct 2002, Patrick Mansfield wrote:
    > > On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 12:41:14PM -0700, Adam Radford wrote:
    > > > I think sd_synchronize_cache() is getting called after SHT->release()
    > > > function,
    > > > which couldn't possibly be right. This causes adaptec, 3ware, etc, to
    > > > segfault
    > > > on rmmod.
    > > > See below for adaptec segfault output:
    > [ let's not ]
    > > Are you sure it is not a BUG? This looks just like what Badari reported
    > > yesterday:
    > [ more BUG output snipped ]
    > > I posted a patch to change the put_device() calls to device_unregister(),
    > > st.c got fixed in 2.5.43, these are still not fixed in 2.5.43:
    >
    > I got the same type of thing in 2.5.43, 43-mm2. Applied the patch below
    > and the BUG went away. Unfortunately the NCR still doesn't see the
    > attached devices, normally a CD and tape drive. I pulled the tape drive to
    > see if that helps, it didn't. All works just fine with 2.4.recent. dmesg
    > output attached to preserve format.
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