kris buggenhout wrote:
> Mark Hounschell wrote:
> > Seth Mos wrote:
> > >
> > > At 11:46 17-5-2001 +0200, kris buggenhout wrote:
> > > >it looks like a scsi error .. but when I do the same test on the same
> > > >drive with ext2 i get no error.
> > >
> > > ext2 probably handles bad blocks better. The XFS filesystem shuts down on
> > > error. Ext2 may stay up and note that the sector is moved and the data is
> > > ok.
> > > It might be possible that xfs could be made to respect this re allocation
> > > of a bad sector and perhaps not shut down.
> > The scsi drives "page-1 mode-select" error recovery page should be set
> > to not
> > report recovered errors. This can be changed with any decent scsi disc
> > utility
> where can I find that for linux? or do I have to install windows to only
> change that..?
Most if not all of them I've seen are in the bios of the scsi
controller. But there
is one for linux called scsiinfo. It is in this package
It came with my SuSE dis. Be sure to read the man pages CAREFULLY before
I havn't actually used this one but looks like it will do it. Again be
Misuse could cause lost data....