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SubjectRe: New SCSI subsystem in 2.4, and scsi idle patch
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On Mon, Sep 10, 2001 at 09:33:26AM -0700, idalton@ferret.dyndns.org wrote:
> Noflushd can be useful in this case, though it needs a patch to
> include/linux/kernel_stat.h in order to work with more than one
> IDE disk. More information is at <http://noflushd.sourceforge.net>

Tweaking kernel_stat.h is no longer necessary if you're running recent ac.
Alan merged a patch that exposes significantly more devices to /proc/stat.
I haven't checked if it went into the 2.4.10 pres as well. Unfortunately, the
patch also slightly changed the meaning of some of the entries so you'll
need grab current noflushd-CVS to make it work on the second ide channel.
Still, you might prefer that to patching the kernel. :)

Regards,

Daniel.

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