Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 337661
[RHEL5] backport pata_jmicron instead of generic ide driver
Last modified: 2012-07-19 10:17:00 EDT
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
1. Boot from Installation cd
Steps to Reproduce:
1.show device as hdx.
1.show device as sdx.
1.Include patch for match class code only will also support new controller.
Justin, I'll have to check if this is possible. Changing device names
between updates isn't a good idea.
The pata_jmicron driver is almost up-to-date in RHEL-5 kernel but isn't enabled.
Are there features missing on the generic driver?
would be enough backporting pata_jmicron so newer devices (or devices not detected
by the drivers/ide/pci/generic driver) are supported by the libata version?
there's a new patch in RHEL-5 that allows disabling all drivers/ide/ drivers
on boot time:
can you give it a try on a newer RHEL-5 kernel and see if you can use the
No answer for a while, closing this bug. Feel free to reopen it if you have the