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SubjectRe: AIC + RAID1 error? (was: Re: aic7xxx errors)
> Something other made me wonder:
> I ran the machine several times with the *new* aic7xxx-driver (TCQ=32)
> and the "aic7xxx=verbose" commandline, and i noticed the following:
> At every reboot (made by "reboot", RH7.1), the machine was not able to
> stop the raid5 un-mounted the mountpoint (/home) and then
> it normaly wants to stop the raid...(you see the messages "mdrecoveryd
> got waken up...") but that did not work and after some time (30sec) the
> kernel Ooopsed. This was reproducable and only occured if booted with
> the "aic7xxx=verbose" kernel-parameter.
> The effect after reboot was, that the raid had to be resynced because
> one partition (that which always falls out) was damaged or at least
> seemed to.
> (The filesystem was clean, that was already unmounted as the oops
> occured.)
> Perhaps someone can test if this is reproducable with his machine
> too...i use kernel 2.4.3, raid is built-in, also the aic7xxx, there are
> three raid-disks (LVD, aic7xxx-controller on Mobo) in a raid5 mounted as
> /home.
Same behaviour for RAID1 and the new aic7xxx driver for me at nearly every
reboot. The old driver works just fine (2.4.9).

Andreas Steinmetz
D.O.M. Datenverarbeitung GmbH
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