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SubjectRE: DPT I2O RAID and Linux I2O
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Hi,

Is this I2O implementation supporting PCI devices ?

Yesterday I post something about that, I have a CompactPCI computer with 2
computers in it. One master and one slave. The slave one, is has a non
transparent pci-to-pci bridge : DEC (INTEL) 21554, wich support I2O
messaging, I want both computer to communicate by this mean, but I cant seam
to be able to make the I2O working, I was trying on 2.2.19 ... but I will
try on 2.4.4. But is there allready a device who is doing this kind of
communication, I would like to look a some code to see how htis I2O is
working. I have looked a some docs, but I didnt find any ... I guess I will
be stuck with reading all the I2O specs from the SIG.

Thank you for your time.





> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : linux-kernel-owner@vger.kernel.org
> [mailto:linux-kernel-owner@vger.kernel.org]De la part de Alan Cox
> Envoye : April 30, 2001 9:22 PM
> A : linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org
> Objet : DPT I2O RAID and Linux I2O
>
>
> A few people have asked about the dpt_i2o driver recently. If you
> have a DPT
> I2O card please try a late 2.4.3-ac kernel. It should now work when you do
> 'modprobe i2o_scsi'
>
> After a lot of reviewing of the dpt driver I figured out what command was
> upsetting the beast and added a workaround for it. I also fixed a pile of
> bugs in the drivers that caused failed table queries to corrupt memory
> in some cases (the DPT tended to trigger these and so made the box reboot
> if you used i2oproc or i2oconfig.
>
> I'd also like to say thanks to DPT (now Adaptec) for supplying me
> with a card
> which meant that in combination with their driver I was eventually able to
> figure out the cure.
>
> More feedback from DPT i2o raid card users would be useful
>
> Alan
>
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