|System||running original 1.10 firmware for about 3 years now.|
|Comment||I have wanted a kernel in built driver for the SX6000 for a long time now. Was very pleased when it was available in RHEL4 and dont have to use the generic Promise driver. This used to mean a kernel rebuild every time an up2date kernel was out. I thought this had disappeared when there was finally a recognised drive in the kernel. Much to my dismay I failed this last up2date although it was reconised and installed using the orignal RHEL install. UDEV is at fault this time causing a kernel panic since the last up2date probably noth to do with the I2O drive. So keep up the good work lads|
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