Subject: Re: Feb. 29 kernel
To: Paul Kranenburg <>
From: Jonathan O'Brien <>
List: current-users
Date: 03/02/1996 17:34:10
On Sun, 3 Mar 1996, Paul Kranenburg wrote:

Well it's pk to the rescue once again. I just finished beating on
that drive rather mercilessly and have been unable to replicate
the problem. Sentence that drive to the quirk table!

Thank you,

> > esp0 targ 4 lun 0: <MICROP, 1588-15MBSUN0669, SN0C> SCSI1 0/direct fixed
> > The other interesting new event is I now have a disappearing
> > file problem. On sd1, whenever I add or remove files, all the other
> > files in that directory disappear. If I unmount the drive, fsck, and
> I have reason to believe that this drive contains a SCSI protocol bug.
> I'm extending the scope of this message to current-users to enquire
> about other Micropolissen of the same vintage (this one abviously has
> a Sun stamp in it) that seem to behave strangely.
> Meanwhile, try adding
>        {{T_DIRECT, T_FIXED,
>          "MICROP  ", "1588-15MBSUN0669", ""},     SDEV_AUTOSAVE},  
> to the scsi_quirk_patterns[] table in scsi/scsiconf.c.
> -pk