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SubjectRe: scsi init problem in 2.4.0-test10?
"chen, xiangping" wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I met a problem when trying to upgrade my Linux kernel to 2.4.0-test10.
> The machine is Compay AP550, dual processor, mem 512 MB, and 863 MHZ freq.
> It has two scsi host adaptors. one is AIC-7892 ultra 160/m connected to
> internal hard disk, and the other is AHA-3944 ultra scsi connected to
> an attached disk. The boot process stops after detection of the first
> scsi host, error info is:
> scsi: aborting command due to time out: pid0, scsci1, channel 0,
> id 0, lun 0, Inquiry 00 00 00 ff 00
>
im having this problem too with an quad ppro 166Mhz machine, but older
scsi-
controllers. when booting with 2.2.1[67] or 2.4.0.test[6-9] and
kernelcmdline noapic, its okay.
on my machine, an AIC-7870 as scsi0 is aborting, when booting with apic
enabled.

tnx for reading

stefan

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