Well, to be fair, it wasn't the system's SCSI controller after all ... the
same module is working happily now ...
The problem instead lay with the combination of SCSI and ReiserFS ... looks
like there's still some work to be done there. If anyone knows if this is a
known issue a pointer / reference would be welcome. Otherwise I'll have to
investigate somewhat further, and log it as a bug with the Reiser folk !
> -----Original Message-----
> Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 12:20 PM
> Hmm ... In an update ... having booted into single user mode ... and
> ... it seems that it's the SCSI controller is causing problems ...
>> Why it worked happily in 2.4.18 and not in 2.4.19 is now the question ...
> it's a DC390 Controller using the tmscsim Tekram driver ... (which ISTR
> isn't the mae-west ??)
>> Anyone got suggestions on how to tune down the driver a little so that
> work (even if it drops performance a little ... )
>> Be gentle it's a 64MB P133 <g>
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