AW: classic aacraid 'SCSI Hang' and Dell Perc 3/Di

Pierre POMES ppomes at reservit.com
Fri Mar 11 08:14:28 CST 2005


It also does not work for me. So I stayed on a 2.4 kernel, using the 
1.1.5 aacraid driver....

Pierre

>None of both worked for us. We're giving up and developing a migration plan to replace Perc3/Di with some megaraid-based controller (Perc3/Dc?)
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>Unfortunately, these are not really expensive (~1000€). I even talked to Dell Support and Sales if we could get them for less because of the problems we suffered, but they simply neglect the problem (claiming it would not exist, try RHEL3, ...)
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>Best regards,
>Matthias
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>Von: linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com [mailto:linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com] Im Auftrag von Craig Kelley
>Gesendet: Donnerstag, 10. März 2005 18:11
>An: Brian Whitehead; linux-poweredge at dell.com
>Betreff: Re: classic aacraid 'SCSI Hang' and Dell Perc 3/Di
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>Brian Whitehead wrote: 
>Has anyone actually found a real cause and solution to this problem? 
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>Both the suggestion to disable write caching (temporary fix) and the upgrade to the new flash image to the following have worked for us.
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>Component Revisions
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>                CLI: 4.1-0 (Build #7420)
>                API: 4.1-0 (Build #7420)
>    Miniport Driver: 1.1-5 (Build #2361)
>Controller Software: 2.8-0 (Build #6092)
>    Controller BIOS: 2.8-0 (Build #6092)
>Controller Firmware: (Build #6092)
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>These are Poweredge 2650's 
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