Re: checksum error

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I took a look at this, and I can't see how this error would ever NOT happen ( which is really strange since I used to have a via chipset that worked fine ). via.c computes a sum of the first 50 bytes ( comment says this, but it actually starts at offset 50 and goes back to zero, so it's really 51 bytes ), then compares it with the sum stored in the metadata, which is at byte 50. There is no value you could possibly have for the checksum byte that when added to the sum of the preceding bytes, would give you that same checksum, unless the sum of the first 50 bytes happened to be zero, any value at all would be valid for the checksum byte.

On 12/6/2011 12:29 PM, Heinz Mauelshagen wrote:
On 12/05/2011 02:38 PM, Bad Bod wrote:
I don't know if this is the correct place to send this, please send me
information on where I should post of this is not the right place.

dmraid version
1.0.0.rc16 (2009.09.16) shared

RAID 0, Asus M2V motherboard, via 8237, 2 * hitachi 250Gb HD

ubuntu 11.04 and fedora 15

running 'dmraid - ay' gives the following output.

ERROR: via: invalid checksum on /dev/sdb
ERROR: via: invalid checksum on /dev/sda
no raid disks

windows via v-raid tool shows no errors, array boots works fine in
windows 7. Have rebuilt array several times to ensure metadata should
not be corrupt.

attached is dd of /dev/sda with metadata. Sorry, dumped 3000 sectors
so a bit more than you need ;)

Any assistance greatly appreciated, even if this is just my setup that
is weird, I am happy to patch around it to get it working. I looked at
the via.h and could not work out where to start :(

As I said at start, if this is not the correct place then please
inform me where is, and please accept my apologies.

That's fine.
I'll try to have a look...


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