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[Bug 229239] Data corruption with multiple SATA devices -- believe it to be x86_64 specific! driver problem



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Summary: Data corruption with multiple SATA devices -- believe it to be x86_64 specific! driver problem


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=229239


davidbennion hotmail com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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   Fixed In Version|                            |FC7
         Resolution|INSUFFICIENT_DATA           |CURRENTRELEASE
  Status Whiteboard| bzcl34nup                  |bzcl34nup




------- Additional Comments From davidbennion hotmail com  2008-05-06 23:58 EST -------
This bug may be closed.  The issue was resolved with a fixed driver that is in
the mainline kernel, I believe it went in in 2.6.3.21 or something like that. 
It has been a long time. 

The problem was caused by an out of spec driver for the nforce chip.  You can
read about it in the kernel changelogs if you care, but this issue really is closed.

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