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SubjectRe: Boot messages
On Tue, 2 Jul 1996, Alan Cox wrote:
> Given said computer society would probably no longer exist if it had not
> you judge. I don't see what the problem is with the copyright messages. It
> would be good to change them to all use the same format and style so we
> get for example
> eth0: NE2000 IRQ 7 I/O 0x240 Address XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX Version 1.14
> but also changing stuff like the floppy to report
> fd0: XXXXXchip IRQ n I/O xxx ....

My solution to get the necessary information as compact and neat as
possible is this:

HBA no. Boardtype Revis EATA Bus BaseIO IRQ DMA Ch ID Pr QS S/G IS
scsi0 : PM3224A v07G.0 2.0c PCI 0xff90 11 BMST 3 7 N 64 252 Y
scsi1 : PM3224A - v07G.0 2.0c PCI 0xff50 9 BMST 1 7 N 64 252 Y

The EATA-[DMA,PIO] drivers spit out exactly one line per controller
found that shows the most important configuration information.

In this case ( two RAID controllers with together 4
SCSI channels serving 3 RAID arrays.


Michael Neuffer i-Connect.Net, a Division of iConnect Corp.
mike@i-Connect.Net 14355 SW Allen Blvd., Suite 140
503.677.2900 Beaverton, OR 97008

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