bug#105: [kernel] bug#105: ccio_dma kernel panic


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Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2001 17:02:34 -0600
From: Matt Taggart <taggart@carmen.fc.hp.com>
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Grant Grundler writes...

> kernel-admin@lists.parisc-linux.org wrote:
> If the mapping request is for the HD, then we might avoid the buffer
> aligment issue by forcing the file system to 4K blocks.
> This is just a workaround though.

I was able to repeat this problem on my C240, on a file system with 4k blocks.

Matt Taggart        Linux Development Lab
taggart@fc.hp.com   HP Linux Systems Operation