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SubjectRe: SCSI Oops (was test12-pre4)
On Mon, Dec 04 2000, Borislav Deianov wrote:
> (cross-posted to linux-kernel and linux-scsi)
>
> Hi,
>
> The SCSI oops I reported last week is still present in test12-pre4.
> This is on a Dell PowerEdge 6300. It has two Adaptec AIC-7890, one
> Adaptec AIC-7860, and an AMI MegaRAID controller. There's nothing on
> the 7890s, a CDROM and a tape drive on the 7890.
>
> With all of the above enabled the kernel boots with no problems.
> However, if I disable the two 7890s from the BIOS (to save 30 seconds
> of boot time), I get an oops.
>
> The decoded oops is below. Please email me directly for further
> information.
>

Could you find out exactly when this broke?


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