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SubjectRe: Lock-up on boot, Kernel 2.3.18-ac2
Lech Szychowski wrote:
>
> > Now, when my computer boots, it gets to the stage of detecting my SCSI
> > card (AHA 2940 UW), detects the devices on the SCSI bus, then hangs. The
> > system still responds to CTRL-ALT-DEL, so it's not a lockup.
>
> Same here.
>
> > My system: Asus P2L-97-DS Motherboard (no on-board SCSI)
> > Dual PII - 266 MHZ
> > Adaptec AHA 2940-UW PCI SCSI Card BIOS 2.20.0 (detected fine)
> > 2 Seagate SCSI Hard Disks (both detected fine)
> > Iomega SCSI Zip Drive (detected fine)
> > Toshiba 40x SCSI CD-ROM (detected fine)
>
> Mine is ASUS P2B-DS, 2xPII-400, on-board Adaptec AIC-7890.
>
> Looks like it might be Adaptec+SMP related.
>
> --
> Leszek.
>
> -- lech7@pse.pl 2:480/33.7 - REAL programmers use INTEGERS -
> -- speaking just for myself...
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After some heavy SYSRQ-P on boot-up during the Adaptec initialization,
the driver appears to go into "__delay" just before it hangs. If Leszek
could confirm this, it would probably help some.

To clarify the situation, the driver hangs after it says "Detected 3
SCSI Disks" or somethin like that (before it detects disk geometry).

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