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SubjectRe: 2.4.3 2.4.4pre8: aic7xxx showstopper bug fails to detect sda
Matthias,
I tried pretty much the same thing, and I also tried your patch.
Unhappily when I access my zip drive using the aic7xxx driver my system
becomes pretty much unresposive, just short of locking up completely.
ie at least the emergency alt-sysrq keys still work.

I guess we'll just have to wait for Justin to come out with the real patch...

-- todd --



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> Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 01:39:56 +0200
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> On Sun, 29 Apr 2001, J . A . Magallon wrote:
>
> > > Command found on device queue
> > > aic7xxx_abort returns 8194
> >
> > I have seen blaming for this error to aic7xxx new driver prior to version
> > 6.1.11. It was included in the 2.4.3-ac series, but its has not got into
> > main 2.4.4 (there is still 6.1.5). Everything needs its time.
>
> Since the official aic7xxx site doesn't carry a patch against 2.4.4 yet
> (just 2.4.3) which has cosmetic issues when being patched, I made a
> patch against 2.4.4: I took the 2.4.3-aic7xxx-6.1.12 patch, applied to
> 2.4.4, bumped the version to read -ma1 in EXTRAVERSION, and made a new
> patch against vanilla 2.4.4, to be found at:
>
> *** WARNING BELOW ***
>
> http://mandree.home.pages.de/kernelpatches/v2.4/v2.4.4/
> 72k linux-2.4.4-aic7xxx-to-6.1.12.patch.gz
>
> Apply with patch -p1.
>
> NOTE: Do not expect this patch to last until after either Justin has a
> patch against 2.4.4 available or 2.4.5 has been released.
>
> *** WARNING *** I did not yet try to boot it, that will have to wait
> until later.
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