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SubjectRe: fibre channel driver
On Fri, 31 Jan 2003, Venkat Raghu wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I want to know if there is any fibrechannel driver
> in linux kernel. If yes please point me to the source
> and any links to it. What about qlogic fibre channel
> driver. Is it part of linux community also, if so
> where can I get it.

I'm unsure about community drivers but...

qlogic does have driver source available on their site for the qla2200 and
qla2300 which does include fail over code. The 6.03 is
also supported under Red Hat AS2.1 and Suse 7.? or 8 by EMC, perhaps
even using RH 7.? at sometime in the near future.

I have tried it and it does work very well, although the timeout for
failover is hard coded and there may be an issue with tape drives if
failover is enabled... I'll know more about that later this coming week.

REgards
James Bourne
>
>
> Please mail me at venkatraghu2002@yahoo.com.
> Regards
> Raghu
>
>
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