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SubjectRe: /proc/partitions hosed in 2.4.9-ac10
On Tue, Sep 18, 2001 at 10:59:32AM -0500, Tim Walberg wrote:
> On 09/18/2001 17:43 +0200, Hubert Mantel wrote:
> >>
> >> You only have one single SCSI adapter?
> >>
> >> I tried several things so far, and it seems you need the following to
> >> trigger the problem: You need at least two SCSI adapters that require
> >> different drivers (so two AHA2940s are not sufficient) and the drivers
> >> need to be loaded as modules.
> >> -o)
> I would amend that a bit - it doesn't seem to have to be only two SCSI
> drivers, because I've seen the same with a 2.4.9-ac9 system with aic7xxx
> (with sg, sd, and sr) combined with usb-storage (which also uses sd).
> Granted usb-storage is kinda pseudo-SCSI, but it's not truly a SCSI
> low level driver.
> tw

As a datapoint: I have seen this when I "scsi remove-single-device"'d a disk
from my system. After re-adding it (at the same ID/LUN etc. in this case)
/proc/partitions was OK again.

Two different Adaptec controllers driven by AIC7xxx, compiled into kernel,
no modules.


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