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SubjectRe: bio too big device
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After a little more digging in drivers/block/ll_rw_blk.c, it 
seems that Jens might be the best person to discuss the
following with.

Apparently I have a system that is making bio requests of a size
that exceeds the max sector size for the device? How is that
possible, and more to the point, how can I help get it fixed?

Or am I misinterpreting something?
---scott

On Tuesday 11 March 2003 08:55 pm, scott thomason wrote:
> I frequently receive this message in my syslog, apparently
> whenever there are periods of significant write activity:
>
> bio too big device ide0(3,7) (256 > 255)
> bio too big device ide1(22,6) (256 > 255)
>
> It's worth noting that on this system I have had ongoing
> trouble with system stability during write activity as well,
> using a wide variety of 2.5.x kernels, even though at the time
> of this symptom things are apparently running fine.
>
> Filesystems are all ext3 on top soft raid0 devices. This
> happens to be 2.5.64, but it has been happening for at least
> the last 5-6 versions.
>
> Ideas? Any further debugging output I can provide?
> ---scott
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