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SubjectRe: idetape broke in 2.4.x-2.4.9-ac5 (write OK but not read) ide-scsi works in 2.4.4
> >Kernel 2.4.9-ac5 on  i686
> >then
> >ide-tape: ht0: I/O error, pc = 8, key = 5, asc = 2c, ascq = 0
> >tar: /dev/ht0: Cannot read: Input/output error
> >(writes work OK though)

> - block size: The 2.4 ide-tape driver only works reliably if you
> write data with the correct block size. If you don't write full
> blocks the last block of data may not be readable.

I fixed that some time ago, it's in current -ac
if not in Linus's tree. The bug has nothing to do
with the ASC=2c problem the original poster complained.

> - HP's not-quite ATAPI drives: Don't know about your model, but the
> HP 14(?)GB model is believed to deviate from ATAPI standards.

Colorado sucks... I think I have a bug pending about it,
did not look well yet. IIRC it was giving ASC=24, not 2c.
I'll look it up.

-- Pete
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