SRU Request for kernel bug 13594
thanks for bringing this up. Usually the preferred way for those things is to go
upstream and from there go to upstream stable either automatically (when the
upstream maintainer adds a cc: email@example.com to the signed-off by area) or
someone (preferably the upstream maintainer) asks via mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
But actually this all has happened already.
Author: Douglas Gilbert <email@example.com>
Date: Sun Jan 3 13:51:15 2010 -0500
skip sense logging for some ATA PASS-THROUGH cdbs
commit e7efe5932b1d3916c79326a4221693ea90a900e2 upstream.
This is just released in the 184.108.40.206 stable update which is currently under
review and will be included in the updates shortly.
On 05/20/2010 03:00 AM, Matt Bailey wrote:
> Details are here:
> In short, SMART commands are getting interpreted as drive faults,
> causing md to kick them out of arrays. Fixed in 2.6.34.
> Commit ID: 91b25002bd58f55207e4662a611a6cded4ef9834
> (may or may not be the complete fix, but bugs.kernel.org discussion
> seems to think so):
> Matt Bailey
> Senior Software Specialist
> University of Denver, UTS
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