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    SubjectHow to change retry count of lower layer drivers
    Hi,

    Whenever the path on which an I/O is in-progress,
    goes down, sd takes a long time to detect it. As per
    my knowledge it would be 60sec * 5(no. of retries)
    plus the time taken by the lower layer driver(hba)
    to detect the failure. Is this correct ?? Is there a
    way available to reduce this "timeout/retry count"
    value without modifying sd.c

    -subodh



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