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SubjectSCSI errors in logs
Hello,

Running debian testing with 2.4.20 + preempt + bttv kernel patches with
1GB of RAM - high memory enabled, I get big bunches of the following in
/var/log/messages.


Mar 14 20:41:08 gandalf kernel: scsi0: Transceiver State Has Changed to
SE mode
Mar 14 20:41:08 gandalf kernel: scsi0: Transceiver State Has Changed to
LVD mode
Mar 14 20:41:08 gandalf kernel: scsi0: Transceiver State Has Changed to
SE mode
Mar 14 20:41:27 gandalf kernel: scsi0: Transceiver State Has Changed to
LVD mode

On several occasions my logs have been filled with theses messages.
Adaptec driver is compiled in the kernel, and scsi0 is unused (scsi1 is
the other channel on my adaptec 39160, scsi2 is ide-scsi). Nothing is
physically plugged in to this channel (yet!).

I'd be grateful for any ideas - is this hardware?

Thanks,

Philip

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