You might try the 2.4.18-14 kernel available in the XFS 1.2 prerelease,
although this will be changing much more than just your scsi driver.
A 2.4.18-17 kernel with xfs merged will probably be available from us in
the not-so-distant future.
On Tue, 2002-10-22 at 07:54, Brian Gulizia wrote:
> Hi all,
> First, let me apologize if this has been addressed.
> I am currently running a Dell 1650 witth Redhat 7.3 & SGI's XFS 1.1. The
> Kernel is 2.4.18-4SGI_XFS_1.1smp. I have an adaptec 39160 card installed
> with 2 Maxtronic Arena Raid boxes attached, 1 to each channel (arena raid box
> is simply 14 IDE hard drives connected to a scsi backplane).
> I am receiving the following error in my messages log 4 times every second,
> filling up my var rapidly:
> (scsi1:A:0:0): parity error detected in Data-in phase. SEQADDR(0x4e)
> No terminal CRC packet received.
> I've been through the archives of this list, as well as having done searches
> on groups.google.com and have tried all of the suggestions mentioned. I have
> replaced the cable and I changed the memory out on the scsi card inside the
> raid box. The next step I was going to try was replacing the 39160 card, but
> found out there was a new aic7xxx driver available, as well as a new kernel
> rpm. As I am a relative Linux newbie, I spoke with Dell and they told me to
> load the new kernel, kernel-smp-2.4.18-17.7.x.i686.rpm. The problem is that
> this kernel does not support xfs, but it did in fact stop the message from
> occuring. We then tried to integrate the new aic7xxx driver into the xfs
> kernel with no luck.
> Has anyone else run into this problem? Do you have any suggestions? Was I
> doing something wrong?
> Brian Gulizia
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