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SubjectRe: SCSI errors in logs
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> 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?

Plug a device in to it, make sure it's properly terminated, and it
should work :-).

I suspect that the SE/LVD negotiation is confused, because there are
no devices on the bus.

John.
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