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    SubjectRe: e2b2rom_init_one(): Unable to register resource
    On Sat, Feb 17, 2007 at 11:29:19PM +0200, Dan Aloni wrote:
    | Hello,
    |
    | I'm running the x86_64 arch of Linux 2.6.20 on a Supermicro X6DH8-XG2
    | board and I got this during boot:
    |
    | [248660.950695] device id = 2440
    | [248660.950699] device id = 2480
    | [248660.950703] device id = 24c0
    | [248660.950706] device id = 24d0
    | [248660.950709] matched device = 24d0
    | [248660.950712] matched device id 24d0
    | [248660.950716] pci_read_config_byte : 4
    | [248660.950723] esb2rom: esb2rom_init_one(): Unable to register resource
    | 0xffffffffffc00000-0xffffffff - kernel bug?
    | [248660.950729] esb2rom: ioremap(ffffffffffc00000, 100400000) failed
    | [248660.956859] retVal = -19
    |
    | Looks like some kind of a 64-bit portability bug...
    |
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    | Dan Aloni
    | XIV LTD, http://www.xivstorage.com
    | da-x (at) monatomic.org, dan (at) xiv.co.il
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    Hi Dan,

    I think that is not 64-bit portability bug and the code should be
    reviewed by Lew Glendenning (who wrote it). I'm sending a copy of
    the message to Lew and hope he'll check the code ;)

    P.S. (for Lew)
    Lew, I think window->phys in esb2rom_init_one() remains in zero
    and then sets it to 0xffffffffffc00000 after

    window->phys -= 0x400000UL

    May be something wrong with word returned at pci_read_config_word()?

    Cyrill

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