The Tekram DC395/DC315 (TRM-S1040) SCSI driver is a package for PCI-SCIS cards from Tekram such as Tekram DC395, which are based on the TRM-S1040 chip. This driver was written by some Tekram folks and is now maintained by Kurt Garloff(Suse).
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release includes new exception handling, a bugfix on iA64, and a Makefile for Linux kernel 2.5.x.
Release Notes: A problem where unloading the module resulted in a double free for the DCBs, possibly triggering an Oops (or memory corruption) has been fixed. The debug trace buffer of the temporary SRB is now also initialized.
Release Notes: The interrupt handler would oops if invoked before initialisation of the driver. Even afterwards, if having more than one adapter, deadlocks could occur. The 1.38a patch (for compilation on pre-2.4.16 kernels) is included.
Release Notes: A fix for potential memory corruption by having less SRB allocated than defined useable (could only be triggered with lots of devices with tagged command queueing enabled, though), a fix for a 2.4 issue on 64GB/PAE mode (scatterlist has either valid address or page/offset), and freeing DCBs on module unload.
Release Notes: This release changes memory allocation for SG tables and debug trace buffers so as to not waste memory on alignment, and frees them on shutdown.