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Re: kern/44002: 3ware 9690 (ld driver) doesn't respond after transfer big amount of data
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From: Jiri Novotny <novotny%ics.muni.cz@localhost>
Cc: kern-bug-people%NetBSD.org@localhost, gnats-admin%NetBSD.org@localhost,
Subject: Re: kern/44002: 3ware 9690 (ld driver) doesn't respond after
transfer big amount of data
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2010 11:44:39 +0100
> On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 05:15:05PM +0000, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
> > > The sreenshot pictures are at:
> > it looks like you're mounting read/write a filesystem which is not clean
> > (the "/dev/dk0: filesystem not clean, please fsck(8)").
> > please run 'fsck -y /dev/rdk0' before mounting it read/write again.
> Maybe make that fsck -f, and not -y (-y can occasionally be dangerous...)
> but in general, yeah, that panic is almost always caused by running on
> an unfscked volume.
Hmm, I don't think that it is just issue of unclean system.
To be sure I made new filesystem: newfs -O2 -s -64m dk0
I havo no data on the RAID yet, so I don't need to play with fsck.
The behavior is still the same. New screenshots are here:
> Also, if you're using wapbl and don't have this change:
> you'll probably want to pull it in. It's been pulled up to the various
> 5.x branches so "cvs update" should get it for you without any further
It is little bit issue for me. It needs kernel with vfs_wapbl.c r1.38.
I tried the change this in 5.1RC4, but it needs another file -
sys/wapbl_replay.h, O.K. I load it as well, but there were bunch of bugs when I
tried to compile
I downloaded the new 5.1, but the wapbl is the same as in 5.1RC4.
Do I need to change more wapbl files ?
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