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Date:	Sun, 4 Mar 2007 23:41:38 +0000
From:	Alistair John Strachan <>
To:	Robert Hancock <>
Cc:	Jeff Garzik <>,
Subject: Re: CK804 SATA Errors (still got them)

On Sunday 04 March 2007 23:25, Robert Hancock wrote:
> Alistair John Strachan wrote:
> >> Can you try reverting commit 721449bf0d51213fe3abf0ac3e3561ef9ea7827a
> >> (link below) and see what effect that has?
> >>
> >>;a=commi
> >>t;h =721449bf0d51213fe3abf0ac3e3561ef9ea7827a
> >
> > Obviously, I'll let you know if it happens again, but I've reverted this
> > commit and transferred 22.5GB over 45 minutes onto a RAID5 with 4 HDs on
> > an NVIDIA sata controller, and this error hasn't appeared.
> >
> > So I'm inclined to (very unscientifically) say that this brings it back
> > to 2.6.20's level of stability.
> Interesting. Can you try un-reverting that patch, and applying this one?

Sorry for the newbie question, but is it adequate to do a:

	git reset --hard v2.6.21-rc2

To ensure a patch is "unreverted" (I reverted it with "git revert"), before 
applying your patch?

I've done so now, assuming this _will_ work. The reason I ask is that your 
diff was offset by 12 lines versus -rc2.


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