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SubjectRe: scsi init problem in 2.4.0-test10? [PATCH]
On Thu, Nov 02, 2000 at 06:24:47PM -0600, Elizabeth Morris-Baker wrote:
> >
> Yes, I know that is in the spec, but truly,
> some scsi devices do act this way....
> Maybe they need to read the spec :>
> I have included the START_STOP for Matthew, but
> I never see it execute with the ATLAS disks...
> A diff follows for those that want to try it..
> cheers,
> Elizabeth

Well, if I'm not all mistaken, this is the code that got removed earlier
on from the kernel because it caused some SCSI-adapters to hang on
scsi-scan?! If so, what's better: to follow the specs and penalise the
bad guys, or ignore the specs and penalise the good guys...

/David Weinehall
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