dvillela at lexdocuments.com
Mon Oct 28 08:38:00 CST 2002
OK I upgraded the Kernel to 2.4.18-17.7 and things seem to be working
fine, however I get this message at startup right after the aic7xxx
module is loaded that reads: "blk: que f7ba6618, I/O limit 4095Mb (mask
0xffffffff)", this message appears 4 times (three times after detecting
my 3 scsi hard disks and 1 after detecting my cd-rom). Is this a safe
message to ignore? I tried starting my system with the old kernel image
(2.4.7-10) and the message does not appear there.
From: Matt_Domsch at Dell.com [mailto:Matt_Domsch at Dell.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2002 7:42 AM
To: knuffie at xs4all.nl; Danny Villela; linux-poweredge at dell.com
Subject: RE: kernel panic
> 2.4.9 is the latest errata for Red Hat 7.2
> You could also use 2.4.18 from Red Hat 7.3 if you want to.
2.4.18-17 was released last week for RHL 7. and 8.0. It's the 8.0
kernel + security and bug fixes.
I really like being back to one kernel stream to worry about for all my
and 8.0 boxes.
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