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SubjectRE: Alpha SCSI error on 2.4.0-test11
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Its probaly due to the semaphore changes that went in to test11 by
Richard Henderson. scsi_wait_req will grab one on entry. Did test10
work for you on Alpha?

Regards,

Torben Mathiasen

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rival, Frank
> Sent: 30. november 2000 21:37
> To: Ezolt, Phillip
> Cc: ink@jurassic.park.msu.ru; rth@twiddle.net; axp-list@redhat.com;
> Estabrook, Jay; linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org; clinux@zk3.dec.com;
> wcarr@perf.zko.dec.com
> Subject: Re: Alpha SCSI error on 2.4.0-test11
>
>
> Hi Phil,
>
> Phillip Ezolt wrote:
>
> > Hi All,
> >
> > Qlogic SCSI support seems broken on 2.4.0-test11 on a Miata
> (Digital Personal WorkStation 600au).
> >
> > When starting up, we get a machine check after initialing
> the qlogic SCSI code.
> >
> > Using the Alpha kgdb, we figured out that the code is dying
> in scsi_wait_request().
>
> Wow, I'm impressed! I didn't realize that kgdb worked on
> Alpha...Were
> you using the remote kgdb? (You can answer me offline to save
> bandwidth.) This would be a _huge_ help in trying to figure
> out why my
> Wildfire^WGS160 is crashing with the DISCONTIGMEM code that I
> stole from
> Jay and have been hacking on.
>
> Speaking of that system, it has two QLogic adapters in it
> (both 1040Bs,
> like the Miata), and they are working just fine under 2.4.0-test11
> (obviously, without my changes ;). It looks like it's probably the
> platform code that's busted. I can't remember...are those Pyxis or
> CIA? Anyway, could this have something to do with the PCI &
> PCI bridge
> work that Richard and Ivan just submitted?
>
> - Pete
>

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