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Subjecti2o & Promise SuperTrak100
Hi,

I purchase a Promise SuperTrak100 RAID controler and
installed on a PIII dual with latest kernel 2.4.3. It didn't
work, so I searched the linux-kernel achives and found an exact
discription of my problem by David Priban on Feb. 27 2001
(http://www.uwsg.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0102.3/0037.html).
Andrew Morton and Alan Cox gave an hand. I follow hte hists
and advance a bit, and as David, now I get a bunch of I/O errors
on mounted array. After this there was a sugestion of timing problems,
but the issue ended with no solution.

Could any one help me, please!
Let me thank you in advance for any help.

I have no problem starting the i2o_block modules, I can
run a create a partition, but when I try to make a file system
I get a lot of I/O erros:

> modprobe i2o_block
> fdisk /dev/i2o/hd/disc0/disc
> mkreiserfs /dev/i2o/hd/disc0/part1

syslog:

Linux I2O PCI support (c) 1999 Red Hat Software.
I2O Core - (C) Copyright 1999 Red Hat Software
i2o: Checking for PCI I2O controllers...
i2o: I2O controller on bus 1 at 25.
i2o: PCI I2O controller at 0xFE000000 size=4194304
i2o/iop0: Installed at IRQ22
i2o: 1 I2O controller found and installed.
I2O: Event thread created as pid 1029
Activating I2O controllers...
This may take a few minutes if there are many devices
i2o/iop0: Reset rejected, trying to clear
i2o/iop0: LCT has 10 entries.
i2o/iop0: Configuration dialog desired.
Target ID 0.
Device: IxWorks
Rev: 0201
Class: Executive
Subclass: 0x0001
Flags: PM
Target ID 8.
Vendor: PROMISE TECH.
Device: I2O RAID ISM
Rev: V1.0.0
Class: Device Driver Module
Subclass: 0x0021
Flags: PM
Target ID 9.
Vendor: PROMISE TECH.
Device: I2O IDE HDM
Rev: 0.02
Class: Device Driver Module
Subclass: 0x0020
Flags: PM
Target ID 10.
Vendor: VENDOR-UNKNOWN
Device: IBM-DTLA-307060
Rev: TX8OA50C
Class: Block Device
Subclass: 0x0000
Flags: CPM
Target ID 12.
Vendor: VENDOR-UNKNOWN
Device: IBM-DTLA-307060
Rev: TX8OA50C
Class: Block Device
Subclass: 0x0000
Flags: CPM
Target ID 13.
Vendor: VENDOR-UNKNOWN
Device: IBM-DTLA-307060
Rev: TX8OA50C
Class: Block Device
Subclass: 0x0000
Flags: CPM
Target ID 14.
Vendor: VENDOR-UNKNOWN
Device: IBM-DTLA-307060
Rev: TX8OA50C
Class: Block Device
Subclass: 0x0000
Flags: CPM
Target ID 15.
Vendor: VENDOR-UNKNOWN
Device: IBM-DTLA-307060
Rev: TX8OA50C
Class: Block Device
Subclass: 0x0000
Flags: CPM
Target ID 16.
Vendor: VENDOR-UNKNOWN
Device: IBM-DTLA-307060
Rev: TX8OA50C
Class: Block Device
Subclass: 0x0000
Flags: CPM
Target ID 17.
Vendor: PROMISE TECH.
Device: I2O RAID DEVICE
Rev: V1.0.0
Class: Block Device
Subclass: 0x0000
Flags: PM
i2o/iop0: No handler for event (0x02000000)
I2O Block Storage OSM v0.9
(c) Copyright 1999, 2000 Red Hat Software.
i2o_block: registered device at major 80
i2ob: Installing tid 17 device at unit 0
Max Segments set to 12
Byte limit is 6144.
i2o/hda: Type 1- 293220Mb, 512 byte sectors.
i2o/hda: Maximum sectors/read set to 255.
i2o/hda: p1
devfs: devfs_register(disc): NULL ops, got d0c18ef0 from major table

/dev/i2o/hda error: Device is not ready
end_request: I/O error, dev 50:00 (i2o block), sector 22600

/dev/i2o/hda error: Device is not ready
end_request: I/O error, dev 50:00 (i2o block), sector 22600

(errors repeat many times)



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