Data will be lost. Unfortunately, I cannot try with a newer distribution of Ubuntu, as it’s a live database cluster. We may rearrange a few things in that platform, so maybe in a few months I may have availability of one of those machines and could try this. I have been searching the Internet for hours with no luck. We were wondering if this is still an issue? If the system is safeguarded by UPS, the enabling of the hard disk cache is recommended for performance reasons. Newer versions of the driver have the option to disable MSI see http:
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To post a comment you must log in. This should not happen.!!
Fedora 12 changed to end-of-life EOL status on Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Did you check with the guys at Red Hat or with Upstream? With the “Write-back” and “Always Write-back” options the requests are cached in the controller cache and they are immediately acknowledged to the application as completed and only transferred to the hard disk later. Email me about changes to this bug report.
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All the data here is written to the controller cache so as to be available for subsequent read requests.
My guess though is that during heavy IO, the card locked up and couldn’t be recovered by the driver. In Red Hat BugzillaLuc luc-redhat-bugs wrote on We may rearrange a few things in that platform, 108 maybe in a few months I may have availability of llsi of those machines and could try this.
I have tried on Fedora 12, which gives also the same error: This bug affects 3 people. In most cases, the enabling of the hard disk cache entails an increase in throughput for write access.
Message from syslogd flanders at Nov 26 ldi If the system is safeguarded by UPS, the enabling of the hard disk cache is recommended for performance reasons. Data will be lost.
Copyright c Intel Corporation. Your name or email address: Attached you’ll find a lspci.
HBA recovery state machine,state 2 starting Once you’ve tested the upstream kernel, please remove the ‘needs- upstream- testing’ tag. This message is a reminder that Fedora 12 is nearing its end of life.
Maybe that becomes another page but probably not too useful. If you have a controller and have successfully cross flashed or done something worthy, reply back here and the list will be updated. If you find mistakes reply back. No caching during read takes place in the case of “No read lwi. I can confirm this issue has not been resolved yet in Ubuntu When the disk was busy installing things it suddenly hung with this message: We were wondering if this is still an issue?
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ZdarkplayerStux and 3 others like this. In Red Hat BugzillaDavid david-redhat-bugs wrote on Changed in linux Fedora: Possibly should have separate sections for 3ware and Areca, as they are LSI based and 3ware owned but they are not inter-operable.
Gad Maor gad-maor wrote on I have where applicable written which devices are cross flashable to other devices of the same chipset.