Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 55171
installer loads wrong i2o module
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:37:48 EDT
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Description of problem:
because of a wrong mapping in the kudzu pcitable file the installer loads
the i2o_block module instead of dtp_i2o for an adaptec 2100S RAID
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
just try to install on a system with an Adaptec 2100S RAID controller
and no other disks
this is a diff -Nu patch for /usr/share/kudzu/pcitable, I'll add it as an
--- /usr/share/kudzu/pcitable Thu Sep 6 23:50:34 2001
+++ pcitable Fri Oct 26 16:59:47 2001
@@ -587,7 +587,7 @@
0x1044 0x1012 "unknown" "Distributed Tech|Domino RAID Engine"
0x1044 0xa400 "eata" "Distributed Tech|SmartCache/Raid I-IV Controller"
0x1044 0xa500 "ignore" "Distributed Tech|PCI Bridge"
-0x1044 0xa501 "i2o_block" "Distributed Tech|SmartRAID V Controller"
+0x1044 0xa501 "dpt_i2o" "Distributed Tech|SmartRAID V Controller"
0x1045 0xa0f8 "unknown" "OPTi Inc.|82C750 [Vendetta] USB Controller"
0x1045 0xc101 "unknown" "OPTi Inc.|92C264"
0x1045 0xc178 "ignore" "OPTi Inc.|92C178"
Created attachment 35201 [details]
kudzu-0.99.23-1 pcitable patch
Created attachment 35223 [details]
patch to add adaptec i2o RAID module to anaconda module-info
*** Bug 55088 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
kudzu will be fixed in 0.99.28 or later. assigning to anaconda for the
Added to module-info in CVS
Just a simple question. Can U post (or send by mail) a description how I can apply this patch?
Is there going to be any "hot fix" for this bug?
I tried making a driver update disk.. but of course
it loads the dpt_i2o that I back ported to 2.4.7-10BOOT but then
loads i2o_block over the top.. stuffing it again
I had to go and fix all the pcitable's in the install set and module.cgz's
and burn my own custom install set..
Is there no other way? I have customers whining about this all the time,
and im sure there are others who would be turned off Redhat/Linux by this bug.