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    SubjectWith Daniel Phillips Patch (was: aic7xxx with 2.4.9 on 7899P)

    Forgive the sin of replying to my own message but Daniel Phillips
    replied to a different message with a patch to somebody getting a
    similar error to mine. Here is the result:

    Aug 20 15:10:33 ps1 kernel: cation failed (gfp=0x30/1).
    Aug 20 15:10:33 ps1 kernel: __alloc_pages: 0-order allocation failed
    (gfp=0x30/1).
    Aug 20 15:10:46 ps1 last message repeated 327 times
    Aug 20 15:10:47 ps1 kernel: cation failed (gfp=0x30/1).
    Aug 20 15:10:47 ps1 kernel: __alloc_pages: 0-order allocation failed
    (gfp=0x30/1).
    Aug 20 15:10:56 ps1 last message repeated 294 times


    Sven Heinicke writes:
    >
    > It's always a blessing and a curse when people seem to be haveing
    > problems with the same drivers as you. I started looking into this
    > when I user complained about disk access time. I think this is
    > related to the running aic7xxx topics.
    >
    > From my tests, I got a Dell 4400 who's Adaptec 7899P, according to
    > bonnie++, was writing slower then some of my my IDE drives on a
    > different system. I tried Red Hat's 2.4.3-12smp kernel and got a
    > little improvement. I then built 2.4.9 and started running bonnie++
    > again and my syslog gets filled up with such errors:
    >
    > Aug 20 14:23:33 ps1 kernel: __alloc_pages: 0-order all
    > Aug 20 14:23:36 ps1 last message repeated 376 times
    > Aug 20 14:23:36 ps1 kernel: ed.
    > Aug 20 14:23:36 ps1 kernel: __alloc_pages: 0-order all
    > Aug 20 14:23:44 ps1 last message repeated 376 times
    > Aug 20 14:23:44 ps1 kernel: ed.
    > Aug 20 14:23:44 ps1 kernel: __alloc_pages: 0-order all
    > Aug 20 14:23:44 ps1 last message repeated 363 times
    >
    > With slow access time. Please request more info if you think it might
    > help.
    >
    > Sven
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