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SubjectRe: SCSI Broken after 2.2.10 for Adaptec 7xxx ???
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On Sun, 5 Dec 1999 20:27:13 -0500 (EST), you wrote:

>On Sun, 5 Dec 1999, George R. Kasica wrote:
>
>> Hello:
>>
>> I think something got broken after 2.2.10 in the SCSI code for the
>> Adaptec 7XXX adapters....Below is my boot up info for 2.2.10 (last one
>> that appears to work) and then 2.2.11, 2.2.12 and 2.2.13 all fail
>> similarly. They were complied with the same options using
>
>> Dec 5 09:50:55 eagle kernel: scsi : 1 host.
>> Dec 5 09:50:55 eagle kernel: Vendor: SEAGATE Model: ST32550N
>> Rev:0021
>> Dec 5 09:50:55 eagle kernel: Type: Direct-Access
>> ANSISCSI revision: 02
>> Dec 5 09:50:55 eagle kernel: Detected scsi disk sda at scsi0, channel
>
>>
>> Under 2.2.11,2.2.12 or 2.2.13 I get the following error:
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>> scsi: Aborting Command due to timeout pid 11,scsi0,channel 0,id3,lun 0
>> Testing Unit Ready 00 00 00 00 00
>>
>> and it just keeps repeating and the system will not boot.
>
>I saw the same problem with an older Seagate drive here. A Barracuda
>ST15150W just would not work on a 7890-based controller under any of
>Doug's newer drivers. If I reverted back to the driver of circa-2.2.9 (I
>think it was aic7xxx 5.1.10) it was just fine. This only occurred on a
>7890 controller. The drive's previous home was in an older box with 2940A
>controller (7880 chipset), where it worked (and continues to work) fine.
>
>Steve
>
Steve:

OK...maybe its too late here or I'm too stupid, but what do I do to
fix this??? CAn I change the driver version that runs with 2.2.11,12
or 13 and if so how? OR what are my options.....

George

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