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SubjectRe: UNABLE TO BOOT WITH 2nd SCSI DRIVE
Well, I can see a problem. You say the IBM is ID 0.

The driver says it's ID 6. That means your new drive, as ID1, will become sda.

I think the jumper is wrong on your IBM.

Nik


>>> jimmy <x55k@yahoo.com> 10/19/01 05:55AM >>>
Hello Russell,

> You've given all the information for the case that
> works, but no information
> about the case that doesn't work.

That is because the server is 8000 miles away from me
(other side of the contient) and I am unable to obtain
all the error messages except the kernel panic (last).

FYI, /dev/sda had ID:0 (old drive) and new drive had
ID:1. I have tried all ID configurations but nothing
worked on 2 drive system.

> What whould be really useful is the above message
> fragment for the case
> where it doesn't boot, particularly which drives
> it's seeing and the
> order it's seeing them.

It might also be helpful to note that the following
error shows for both drives before kernel panic:

"parity error detected in Data-in phase"

So, I assume the order of drives are fine. I am
clueless.

Many thanks.

Jimmy

PS: yahoo is being rejected by your mail server.

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