From: Wesley Darlington (wesley at domain yelsew.com)
Date: Tue 10 Sep 2002 - 11:11:58 IST
On Tue, Sep 10, 2002 at 09:17:46PM +1200, Andrew Kemmy wrote:
> The thing is the same cable, disc, adapter, and termination settings
> were used on a previous box with no errors at all.
If you are positive that this is indeed the case ("I didn't change
anything!") then perhaps some of the things that have changed are
at fault? In particular, does the new case provide sufficient cooling?
Does the new power supply provide sufficient power? Can you stay with a
known-good kernel, like 2.2.20?
The drive is, I imagine, at least a couple of years old: which means it
could be letting you know that it's not long for this world. However
it's scsi and dates from an era when five year warranties weren't all
that uncommon on scsi drives: it might still be under warranty. What
do Seagate say?
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