I'm still trying to figure out why my machine oopses when the disks are
pushed hard. I'm running the SCSI controller on the motherboard into an
external RAID module that has a 32MB buffer (I'll be upgrading the buffer
to 128MB tomorrow).
I'm looking through the config options for the 2.4.0-test5 kernel and I
see "Enable extra checks in new queueing code". I did not have that
option enabled on the kernels that I had been oopsing. Anyone think it'll
make a difference?
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