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SubjectRe: PROBLEM: ide-related kernel panic in 2.4.19 and 2.4.20-pre11
On 19 October 2002 22:41, Andre Hedrick wrote:
> > Nobody asked you to bypass the protection, only to sanely error out
> > when it is found. Refusing to read the disk is ok, but allowing
> > the system to crash is not.
> I thought I specified what was need to decode the issue, maybe since
> there are two multiple threads now I have lost track of which one I
> am responding. Thus I will repeat in this thread.
> True, however since I suspect the device was attempting to thwart and
> crash the system, until a trace of the sense data returns from the
> device and the re-action of the kernel to those target responses, not
> much can be done to prevent such a crash.

So how Christian Borntraeger <> can help you?

Is there any way to dump sense data and record kernel responses?
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