This is working for me very well. I have printk's out around
where it would normally bail and it's saved itself twice now
over what's been so far a 26 hour burn in. It failed anywhere
between 9 to 20 hours before without the patch. It
seems to be reseting the SCSI bus totally. In your case
with a CD burner this still may not help you since the
laser may lose it's tracking. I have a similar issue
with my LX at home and what was causing that particular
behvaior was a marginal toshiba SCSI CD-ROM on an entirely
seperate SCSI bus.
Michael Stroucken wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Michael Stroucken wrote:
> > http://uwsg.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/0104.0/0308.html
> Actually, I just saw that Alan Cox has taken this patch and
> incorporated it into his. I guess it is blessed now :), but it is somewhat
> disheartening that it took 3 months for this bugfix to start its way into
> the official kernel source.
> "I'm not just a server, but I'm also a client." Debian GNU/Linux
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