I'm having trouble writing a quick way to reproduce it, it seems the same problem doesn't happen if I just use loop devices. That means the minimal way to reproduce might be for you to have three separate actual partitions to use for a raid-5 test :(

I'll see if I can write the minimal steps for reproducing, assuming you create 3 small empty partitions on  your disk first.

Thanks

On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 12:34 AM, Paolo Minazzi <paolo.minazzi@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi David,
are you sure the problem is not related to FPU or MMX ?
If you are sure as you have said in your email, probably it is a new problem.
I know a little about raid.
All I know is about MMX and FPU problem.
I use raid to do all test.
To semplify our work, can you give us the MINIMAL steps to see the problem ?
Bye,
Paolo

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