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=Software Enhancements Delivered by IRIX 6.5.7m=
 
=Software Enhancements Delivered by IRIX 6.5.7m=
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Support for bzero error recovery; this RAS feature prevents the kernel from panicking when a memory Multiple Bit Error (MBE) is encountered while the kernel is zeroing out a new page in the virtual memory fault handler (vfault). The kernel will now discard the page with the memory error, grab a new page, and continue its task.
 
Support for bzero error recovery; this RAS feature prevents the kernel from panicking when a memory Multiple Bit Error (MBE) is encountered while the kernel is zeroing out a new page in the virtual memory fault handler (vfault). The kernel will now discard the page with the memory error, grab a new page, and continue its task.
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Support for the 66 MHz qLogic 2200 controller. This feature provides fibre channel disk connectivity for the [[O2]] systems, for both arbitrated loops and Storage Area Networks (SANs). This capability already exists on the SGI Origin systems.
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Support for the 66 MHz qLogic 2200 controller. This feature provides fibre channel disk connectivity for the [[SGI O2]] systems, for both arbitrated loops and Storage Area Networks (SANs). This capability already exists on the SGI Origin systems.
    
Support for the FC-Tape on a Storage Area Network (fabric) using the qLogic 2200 fibre channel controller to the tpsc driver. This feature lets you attach tape drives with the fibre channel interface to the fibre channel switch and use these tape drives. For more information on the fibre channel tapes, see the tps(7M) man page.
 
Support for the FC-Tape on a Storage Area Network (fabric) using the qLogic 2200 fibre channel controller to the tpsc driver. This feature lets you attach tape drives with the fibre channel interface to the fibre channel switch and use these tape drives. For more information on the fibre channel tapes, see the tps(7M) man page.

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