On 19-Feb 05:12, Samium Gromoff wrote:
> " Alan Cox wrote:"
> > > > Thats an esd bug. ESD tries to use ridiculously small fragment sizes
> > > >=20
> > > Wait, wait, but my ISA Vibra 16 generates 20+ times less interrupts=
, with the
> > > _same_ esd!=20
> > Yes. It has diff fragment limits
> So the point is we should fix esd, not the solo-1 driver, i presume?
> (esd_fixed -> irq_load_fixed -> disk_io_is_back)... sounds ok
> regards, Samium Gromoff
It would be EOT, but there don't seem to _be_ any esd developers. I'd take a
look but my C skills max out at about "hello world", and there wouldn't be
anyone to make a new release (google couldn't find a esd homepage at least).
Maybe the gnome/ximian folks are taking bug reports/fixes in their packages.
Who knows? This has come up several times with nary a peep from a esd
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